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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal7 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal8 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal5 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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Dana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal6 viewsDana Point DAS on a Traffic Signal
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We'll leave the Verizon Cell Site on for you.231 viewsVerizon's mono-sign site at a Motel 6 in Vista, California.
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We'll leave the Verizon Cell Site on for you.166 viewsVerizon's mono-sign site at a Motel 6 in Vista, California.
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Use a Cell Phone: Go to Jail298 viewsSpotted in Las Vegas, New Mexico
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Das da ticket!417 viewsA close up of the AT&T Wireless DAS antennas. Note several things:

First, the RF warning sign is on the rear of the antenna, where is cannot be seen by someone approaching the antenna. This is not consistent with the FCC RF safety requirements.

Second, these are dual band antennas. In the far antenna, the cellular band antenna feed is on the right; the PCS band feed is on the left.
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Sprint's COW Information Sign: Rose Bowl 2006500 viewsThis is the site information sign for Sprint's COW at the 2006 Rose Bowl Game.
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NextG RF Safety Advisory Notice439 viewsThis is NextG's RF safety advisory below the DAS node. It clearly spells out the RF safety facts and compliance for this site as it pertains to the general population walking by the site.
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Sleep Wirelessly in San Pablo, California377 viewsMetroPCS site inside the legs of a Holiday Inn Express sign. For more views of this site, visit http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/ex/1/en/hotel/spoca?_requestid=302192.

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Outback with the Signal482 viewsNextel's antennas are inside the lower portion of the sign. The GPS antenna is mounted to one of the legs of the sign. Norwalk, California, overlooking Interstate 5.
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Outback with the Signal357 viewsNextel's antennas are inside the lower portion of the sign. The GPS antenna is mounted to one of the legs of the sign. Norwalk, California, overlooking Interstate 5.
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Shelling out some signal633 viewsNextel's antennas are affixed below the gas station sign at this site in Henderson, Nevada.
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It's a sign...it's a monopole...it's a sign...it's a monopole330 viewsWhy, it's both, in Henderson, Nevada.
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Columns of Signal557 viewsThe columns at the top are built with RF transparent materials. The antennas are located inside the columns of this church. The base station equipment is located at teh lower right site. This church is located in San Juan Capistrano, California.2 comments
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Columns of Signal560 viewsThe columns at the top are built with RF transparent materials. The antennas are located inside the columns of this church. Look carefully and you'll see the seam of the RF transparent panels.2 comments
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Columns of Signal357 viewsThe columns at the top are built with RF transparent materials. The antennas are located inside the columns of this church. The base station equipment is located at teh lower right site. This church is located in San Juan Capistrano, California.
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A Sign of the T-Mobile Times434 viewsThis furniture store sign supports T-Mobile's sectorized antennas. National City, California (south of San Diego). The furniture store is out of business.
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A Sign of the T-Mobile Times333 viewsThis furniture store sign supports T-Mobile's sectorized antennas. National City, California (south of San Diego). The furniture store is out of business.
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Restful Signal208 viewsSprint's antennas are on the motel sign just out of the frame on the right side. It's BTS equipment is located in the bricked area to the left center of this photo. Notice the power panel, transfer switch, etc. on the left side of the enclosure. From the street side, this enclosure is very well designed to blend in with the buidling.
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Restful Signal209 viewsHere's a non-camo three sector Sprint site located on a motel sign post in Azusa, California.
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Super Signal From Super 8468 viewsCingular built this camo site below a sign at the Super 8 Motel in Azusa, California. For some reason the radome cover is missing, exposing the three sector antennas to public view. The BTS equipment is located on the roof of the motel, just out of sight to the left of the photo.
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Super Signal From Super 8437 viewsCingular built this camo site below a sign at the Super 8 Motel in Azusa, California. For some reason the radome cover is missing, exposing the three sector antennas to public view.
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Super Signal From Super 8347 viewsCingular built this camo site below a sign at the Super 8 Motel in Azusa, California. For some reason the radome cover is missing, exposing the three sector antennas to public view.
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313 viewsClose up of the Fountain Hills three sector site atop a traffic and light standard.
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I'll Turn Left on a Green Sector...252 viewsFountain Hills area of greater Phoenix. A three sector site atop a traffic and light standard.
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Cellular Billboard Sign217 viewsSpotted in Philadelphia.
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Cellular Billboard Sign262 viewsSpotted in Philadelphia.
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Camo Site in Shopping Center383 viewsThe camo site is located in the clocktower of this shopping center.
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Field of RF Dreams680 viewsThis shot shows the full cell sign/cell rocks site, now-completed. Rocky Peak site in Santa Susana Pass, California. Each of the rocks visible contain cell and/or PCS antennas, as does the church sign. Viewed eastbound on the Ronald Regan Freeway (SR 118) from the Simi Valley heading into the San Fernando Valley. Other photos of this site are in this gallery. Search for 'rocky'.1 comments
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Cell Sign254 viewsSpotted in Redwood City, California, this two sector cell site provides spot coverage along the US101.
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Panoramic view of the Rocky Peak Wireless Rocks and Wireless Sign1270 viewsHere are 5 of the 6 cell rocks at Rocky Peak. The cell sign is hidden behind the cell rock in the foreground. Note that cell rocks are on concrete pads.

The equipment building with the small microwave antenna belongs to Nextel. The hidden building with the larger microwave antenna belongs to AT&T Wireless. Other carriers are in fenced cages below AT&T and Nextel.

This site houses Cingular, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T Wireless, and Nextel, and serves the Ronald Regan Freeway (SR118) at the east end of the Santa Susana Pass between Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley.

Save for one of the Nextel rocks (shown in this gallery), there are no RF warning signs to alert the public to (suspected) high level RF fields around this easy-to-access site.
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Wireless Sign557 viewsThis uncompleted sign framework holds multiple antennas. Rocky Peak site in Santa Susana Pass, California.
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City Sign Cell Site717 viewsThis camouflaged site along Interstate 405 in Westminster, California was constructed by AT&T Wireless, now Cingular.
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Two very different camo cell palm trees1083 viewsNotice the striking design differences between the two cell palms One uses a light round trunk; the other a darker square trunk with a diamond cross-hatch design. Also notice the difference in palm coverage. The Time Warner Palm Desert headend self-supporting tower can been seen in the background of the enlarged photograph.
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What's that below the fans?907 viewsTake one poorly configured camouflaged cell palm tree and then abandon any desire to keep it camouflaged. How? Just add non-camo antennas bolted onto the 'trunk' below the fans as seen in this photograph. To see what this cell palm looked like before the addition of the bolt-on antennas, see "...before the mast" in this section!
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Sign of the times (1 of 2)1187 viewsThe cell site antenna is seen at the top of the outdoor advertising sign. Spotted in Connecticut.
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Sign of the times (2 of 2)842 viewsNotice how the base station equipment is mounted on the advertising sign pole mount.
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Chester, PA Cell Site384 viewsAttention KMART shoppers! Now you can show for sundries and signal at the same time!
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Microcell mounted in traffic signal light standard552 viewsThe cell antennas are pointed to cover short street segments on Ventura Blvd east and west of Laurel Canyon Blvd. San Fernando Valley, California.
   
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