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Camo Water Tank116 viewsCamo Water Tank in San Dimas, CA
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Camo Water Tank91 viewsCamo Water Tank in San Dimas, CA
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A Tank of Signal171 viewsT-Mobile's water tank cell site, which doubles as a residential community sales sign. San Diego, California. Built in 2002, you can read about this site here: http://tinyurl.com/TMO-Tank
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A Tank of Signal100 viewsT-Mobile's water tank cell site, which doubles as a residential community sales sign. San Diego, California. Built in 2002, you can read about this site here: http://tinyurl.com/TMO-Tank
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A Tank of Signal103 viewsT-Mobile's water tank cell site, which doubles as a residential community sales sign. San Diego, California. Built in 2002, you can read about this site here: http://tinyurl.com/TMO-Tank
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A Tank of Signal146 viewsT-Mobile's water tank cell site, which doubles as a residential community sales sign. San Diego, California. Built in 2002, you can read about this site here: http://tinyurl.com/TMO-Tank
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Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey222 viewsWater tank site or giant doorknob in Maryland.
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Righty Tighty Lefty Loosy169 viewsIt's either a water tank or a big door knob. Oh yes, it has antennas on it.
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This Was a Faux Water Tank1499 viewsThis is "Version 2" of the prior-existing faux water tank site (search on the term "Oxnard" to see the Version 1.0). Multiple carriers at this site, located at The Palms shopping center in Oxnard, California.
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Lots of Signals792 viewsThis multi-carrier, multi-owner site is in Mesa, Arizona. The tower registration shows Verizon as the anchor of the lattice tower. The City of Mesa has multiple sites on the top of its water tank.
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Lots of Signals576 viewsThis multi-carrier, multi-owner site is in Mesa, Arizona. The tower registration shows Verizon as the anchor of the lattice tower. The City of Mesa has multiple sites on the top of its water tank.
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Not too compliant with the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Rules366 viewsThe FCC rules require that where visitors (and even trespassers) are expected, a wireless carrier must protect those members of the general population from RF exposure exceeding the uncontrolled standard. This site does not meet that requirement due to the antennas mounted on the exterior fence of this water tank site.
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Camo Watertank Site716 viewsT-Mobile's water tank camo site in Chino Hills, California
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On the Fence186 viewsSome wireless carriers mount their antennas on the outside of water tank sites atop hilltops.
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Tumwater Reservoir, Tumwater, Washington276 viewsNear the Tumwater Airport. Note the airport rotating aerodrome beacon on top of the tank.
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Tumwater Reservoir, Tumwater, Washington229 viewsNear the Tumwater Airport.
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The Golden Signal210 views...from this water tank site in Chico, California belongs to T-Mobile.
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The Golden Signal280 viewsHere's a close-up of one of T-Mobile's sector antennas and tower-mounted amplifiers at its Chico, California water tank site.
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216 viewsThis co-lo water tank site in Olivehurst, California is shared by T-Mobile, Nextel, and Cingular. The terminated ASR for this site is 1031366 (terminated because it qualifies for delisting under the FCC's 6 meter rule).
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One of T-Mobile's sector antennas at its Chico, California water tank site. Photo taken just before sunset.185 viewsAnother view of two sectors of T-Mobile's antennas at its Chico, California water tank site. Photo taken just before sunset.
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The Golden Signal189 viewsOne of T-Mobile's sector antennas at its Chico, California water tank site. Photo taken just before sunset.
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No, the tower legs are NOT two colors...221 views...it's just the the legs on the right have so many black cables for the T-Mobile, Cingular, and Nextel antennas. Olivehurst, California.
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Sprint's Camo Water Tank in San Dimas (Overview)401 viewsThis photo provides an overview of the entire site. The faux tank is to the right. The equipment bay is just off to the left of center. The AC panel, transfer switch, and LUG connector are in the center.
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Does RF Signal Leak Out of a Signal Tank?531 viewsA view of Sprint's San Dimas, California water tank site.
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Does RF Signal Leak Out of a Signal Tank?439 viewsA view of Sprint's San Dimas, California water tank site.
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Does RF Signal Leak Out of a Signal Tank?413 viewsA view of Sprint's San Dimas, California water tank site.
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Sprint's New No Tresspassing Sign Has Teeth!626 viewsHeck, after reading this I want to turn myself into the FBI! This is posted at Sprint's water tank site in San Dimas, California.
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Power Meter, Transfer Switch, Generator Plug409 viewsSprint's water tank site in San Dimas features this power meter, transfer switch, and generator plug. Okay, it's not really featured, but it sure is part of the design.
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BTS Equipment - Sprint's Water Tank in San Dimas649 viewsA peek inside of the equipment bay of Sprint's San Dimas water tank site. The GPS antenna, painted brown, pops up above the wood cover.
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Sprint's San Dimas Water Tank - Entry Port361 viewsLooking up to the entry port of Sprint's water tank in San Dimas, California
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Cable Pulling Vault: Sprint's San Dimas Water Tank365 viewsThe cables from the BTS to the antennas pass through this pulling vault, then go up the legs of the tank to the antennas.
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Drunk Tank?533 viewsThis series of photos of an interesting Verizon faux water tank in Littlerock, California suggests that perhaps something was amiss when the tank was installed on the legs, don't you know! The microwave dish is for 'back haul' to the MTSO.1 comments
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Drunk Tank?545 viewsThis series of photos of an interesting Verizon faux water tank in Littlerock, California suggests that perhaps something was amiss when the tank was installed on the legs. Quite an interesting way to mate things.1 comments
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Drunk Tank?412 viewsYet another view of the 'drunk tank' in Littlerock, California. The BTS equipment shelter is located behind the building in the foreground.
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Drunk Tank?403 viewsVerizon's 'drunk tank' in Littlerock, California.
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Elevated Water Tank Cell Site255 viewsArtwork adorns this 4-level multi-carrier water tank site near Philadelphia.
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Water Tank497 viewsIn a shopping center in Chino Hills, California1 comments
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Water Tank474 viewsThis faux water tank houses a cell site. This site is located in Chino Hills, California. The tank was constructed to match a non-cell tank at a different location in the shopping center. Quite a nice design.

There's another photo of this site back in the gallery provided by the manufacturer, Peabody Engineering.
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It's a Barrel...It's a Tank...It's...well....a Multicarrier site474 viewsThis interesting multicarrier site has the antennas on the outside of the tank structure. Chino Hills, California. Note, the cattle at the top of the hill are real.
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Tanks for the Signal682 viewsOn the left is a legacy multi-carrier lattice tower (with microwave antenna). To the right is a newer faux water tank enclosing the antennas behind RF transparent panels shaped and textured to look like a old wood water tank. The wood work above the equipment building below and to the right of the tank hides some of the roof-mounted equipment. Near Hesperia, California.1 comments
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Camo faux water tank558 viewsCamo faux water tank at shopping center entrance. Photo courtesy of Peabody Engineering.
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Panoramic view of the KMLT work site and antenna (Waterproofing)275 viewsThis panoramic view shows the worksite, the antenna and tower, and the transmitter building with the waterproofing applied to the walls.
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Waterproofing the KMLT transmitter building292 viewsAnother view of the transmitter building and the waterproofing.
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Waterproofing the KMLT transmitter building304 viewsThe external concrete forms and braces have been removed; the outside is treated for waterproofing; and the pre-cast holes to permit conduit/cable entry are now visible.
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Faux Water Tank, plus...449 viewsAlong the I15 just at the north end of Escondido you'll find this site. It contains a camo water tank, a second carrier below (on the legs), and ground-mounted antennas to the right of the tank.
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This signal ISN'T watered down203 viewsNote the panel antennas well below the tank.
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Not much water, but lots of signal1091 viewsLocated in at a shopping center in Oxnard, California, the cell antennas are located below the faux water tank.3 comments
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"We Come In Peace!"563 viewsWater tank cell and microwave site south of Sacramento, California along I-5
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