Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

Our collection of wireless sites

Image search results - "up"
P1120400.JPG
So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)133 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
P1120397.JPG
So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)116 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
P1120398.JPG
So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)94 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
P1120399.JPG
So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)94 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
P1120396.JPG
So-so Camo'ed Pop-Up Site in Los Angeles (San Fernando Valley)84 viewsThis is a so-so camo rooftop site in the San Fernando Valley portion of Los Angeles. It uses open-back pop-ups on the building to mostly hide the antennas.
P1120364.JPG
Das Mock-up in Palos Verdes Estates, California53 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
P1120365.JPG
Das Mock-up in Palos Verdes Estates, California57 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
P1120359.JPG
Das Mock-up in Palos Verdes Estates, California88 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
P1120358.JPG
Das Mock-up in Palos Verdes Estates, California54 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
P1120357.JPG
Das Mock-up in Palos Verdes Estates, California61 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
cells_culvercity_sepvlda_20120601_P1020697.jpg
Semi-Camo Chimney Site168 viewsCulver City, California faux chimney pop-up
cells_cupola_tmobile_mulhollanddr_20120515_P1020641.jpg
Cupola Site443 viewsT-Mobile's antennas are inside at the top of the cupola.
cells_espanola_nm_amtwr_99408_asr1005151_20101227_DSC_2166.jpg
104 viewsThis is a very, very tall self-supporting lattice tower site, owned by American Tower, in Espanola, New Mexico.
cells_sjc_royalstreet_31115RanViejo_20090709_DSCN1152.jpg
A Royal Treatment611 viewsThis is the rear of the building supporting Royal Street's cupola site in San Juan Capistrano, California. . The cable tray exits the roof, comes down over the roof of the walk way, down the column, and underground to the equipment enclosure cut into the hillside (left side of picture).
cells_sjc_royalstreet_31115RanViejo_20090709_DSCN1150.jpg
A Royal Treatment594 views(Close up) Royal Street (MetroPCS) constructed this very nice cupola site above an existing shopping center in San Juan Capistrano, California. If you'd like to see more about this project visit http://www.sanjuancapistrano.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=4026.
cells_sjc_royalstreet_31115RanViejo_20090709_DSCN1163.jpg
A Royal Treatment503 views(Long View) Royal Street (MetroPCS) constructed this very nice cupola site above an existing shopping center in San Juan Capistrano, California. If you'd like to see more about this project visit http://www.sanjuancapistrano.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=4026.
cells_sjc_royalstreet_31115RanViejo_20090709_DSCN1155.jpg
A Royal Treatment of a Cable Tray608 viewsHere is a close-up of the cable tray over the top of the walkway area at Royal Street's site in San Juan Capistrano, California.
cells_sjc_royalstreet_31115RanViejo_20090709_DSCN1154.jpg
A Royal Treatment535 viewsThis is the rear of the building supporting Royal Street's cupola site in San Juan Capistrano, California. . The cable tray exits the roof, comes down over the roof of the walk way, down the column, and underground to the equipment enclosure cut into the hillside (left side of picture).
cells_church_sepv_blvd_20080724_unknwncarrier_DSCN9609.jpg
Blessed be the Antennas704 viewsThe antennas at this church in Los Angeles are located adjacent to the cross in the cupola. The antennas an enclosed in the boxes. The cable tray runs over the roof.
cells_getty_200107_FLP00024.jpg
Getting ready for pulling the coax cables up the tree622 viewsThe worker prepares the coax cables for insertion into the trunk of the monopalm by laying them out flat on the ground. From here, a pull rope will be used to raise the cables into the trunk, and up to the level of the antennas.
cells_getty_200107_FLP00018.jpg
Any port in a storm583 viewsThis is a cable port near the base of the monopalm. It is used to provide an entrance/exit for the coax cables in the trunk of the tree. The 'ladder' below the port is actually a cable support. The coax cables are lashed to the ladder to provide physical support as the cables transit through the cable port.
cells_getty_200107_FLP00016.jpg
BTS cabinets during installation - Cable ladder rack678 viewsThis is a photo of the BTS (Base Telecommunications Station) cabinets during installation. Notice the cable ladder rack connecting the BTS cabinets to the trunk of the tree. The coaxial cables will be lashed to this ladder for physical support.
cells.sign.cingular.motel.azusa.I210.20051015.PA150072.jpg
Super Signal From Super 8466 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.
cells.sign.cingular.motel.azusa.I210.20051015.PA150069.jpg
Super Signal From Super 8435 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.
cells.sign.cingular.motel.azusa.I210.20051015.PA150071.jpg
Super Signal From Super 8345 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.
kmlt.20050831.ant.P1010011.jpg
KMLT Antenna and Support402 viewsThe steel pole supporting the antenna is now painted blue to help it blend into the sky background.1 comments
kmlt.20050831.ant.P1010010.jpg
KMLT Antenna and Support359 viewsThe steel pole supporting the antenna is now painted blue to help it blend into the sky background.
cells.az.scottsdale.shea.20050823.P1010083.jpg
Great Scott! (Some more)352 viewsThis close-up view shows a very stylish use of an iron sculpture to provide an interesting surround to a cell site BTS.3 comments
cells.sfo.superbay.P8160034.jpg
SFO Airport - Superbay Hanger188 viewsThe cell antennas are mounted on the roof of the Superbay hanger in the top center of the photograph.
P1010016.birdnet.closeup.jpg
Close-up of anti-Bird-bomb net over antennas432 viewsHere's a close-up photo of the net placed over the antennas to keep the birds off (and to keep them from bombing the cars below)!
DSC02646.JPG
Camo-ish on-building cell site (close-up)1243 viewsLook at how the antennas are covered with the brick-link material. Also note the color bands on the antenna cables. The color bands are used to show the service technician which cables are for transmitting, and which are receiving. The color bands also indicate additional information such as the antenna 'sector' and data transmission.
   
31 files on 1 page(s)