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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California217 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California91 viewsAn incomplete mock up showing the proposed DAS equipment and antennas but none of what will be visible cables interconnecting them.
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California109 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California86 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California83 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California67 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California93 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California61 views
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NextG DAS - Rancho Palos Verdes, California49 views
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NextG DAS - Encinitas, California272 views
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NextG DAS - Encinitas, California160 views
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NextG DAS - Encinitas, California172 views
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NextG DAS - Encinitas, California165 views
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Two on a Stick509 viewsSprint's BTS equipment is located in the large flush-to-grade vault. It's flush vents bracket the BTS vault. It's interesting to compare the small Sprint vents to the large Cingular vents at the same site. (See the photos of Cingular's vents near this photo in the same gallery.)
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Two on a Stick379 viewsSprint's BTS equipment is located in the large flush-to-grade vault. It's flush vents bracket the BTS vault.
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Two on a Stick315 viewsHere's a close-up of the dual antennas on this wood pole in Santa Monica, California. Sprint is on the bottom; Cingular is that mass at the top. By the way, the palm is not a camouflage element of Cingular's antennas.
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Two on a Stick254 viewsHere's a long view of this two-carrier site. If you look in the sidewalk area to the right of the pole you'll see Cingular's flush-to-grade equipment vault, and just to the left of it, Cingular's two flush-to-grade vents.
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Two on a Stick225 viewsCingular and Sprint share this wood light pole in Santa Monica, California. Cingular is on the top, and Sprint is on the arm. Both carriers use completely underground BTS equipment enclosures and flush-to-grade vent systems.
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Two on a Stick315 viewsCingular and Sprint share this wood light pole in Santa Monica, California. Cingular's antennas, pictured here, are on the top. Sprint's antennas are on an arm below the bottom of the photograph. Both carriers use completely underground BTS equipment enclosures and flush-to-grade vent systems.
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Wood You Please Support These Antennas?385 viewsUbiquitel uses wood panels to replace antennas not installed on the two-antenna mounts atop this PG&E power tower in Oakhurst, California. This site is at 2765 Powerline Road.
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Building Topper221 viewsIn Inglewood, California, this multi-sector site could have been placed BEHIND camouflage panels instead of in front! Two sectors are visible...way too visible. Carrier(s) unknown.
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A Growth on a Monopalm505 viewsYet another view of a compromised monopalm. Spectrasite's cellpalm should never have had the microwave dish or the add-on panel antennas on the tree trunk. It took an only fair design and made it terrible. Sprint and Cingular are at this site. Others may be, too.
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A Growth on a Monopalm548 viewsSpectrasite's monopalm has this very strange 6-panel growth on the tree trunk. And isn't that a stange looking, er, microwavealbe 'date' below the palms?! How sad. Inglewood, California. Cingular and Sprint are at this site.
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A Growth on a Monopalm468 viewsSpectrasite's monopalm has this very strange 6-panel growth on the tree trunk. How sad. Inglewood, California. Cingular and Sprint are at this site.
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Sprint Monopalm738 viewsSprint's monopalm in Inglewood, California. Interestingly, the FCC tower registration for this site points to a completely different address. Hummmm!
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Got Desert?340 viewsThis little Verizon 3-sector site sites atop a wood pole in Victorville, California. The BTS equipment is in the fenced area to the left, and the telco and power panels are to the right.
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The Leaning Tower of Victorville269 viewsVerizon's 3-sector wood pole is ever-so-slowly leaning over. Victorville, California.
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One Well-Placed PG&E Transmission Tower189 viewsPG&E sure scored locating this tower near the I280 freeway adjacent to Redwood City, California. Lots of carriers (4), lots of income.
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Cell Pine - North Hollywood, CA555 viewsAt a temple.
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Sprint microcell - Two Sectors511 viewsPole mounted Sprint microcell in Brentwood, California (Parkyns St.). The panel antennas should have been painted brown or green to afford some measure of camouflage. This site is near OJ's former home on Rockingham in Brentwood, California. It's a much nicer area than were he now lives in Nevada.2 comments
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It's a Gas!451 viewsCompare this photo, taken in May 2005, with the photo of the same site taken in June 2001. You'll see the replacement of the center antenna in each sector. Not nearly as clean as the original design, shown here. City of Los Angeles (Brentwood area).
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It's a Gas! (Overview)394 viewsCompare this photo, taken in May 2005, with the photo of the same site taken in June 2001. You'll see the replacement of the center antenna in each sector. Not nearly as clean as the original design. City of Los Angeles (Brentwood area).
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It's a Gas!416 viewsCompare this photo, taken in June, 2001, with the photo of the same site taken in May 2005. You'll see the original antenna in the center of each sector. Much cleaner than the replacement design. City of Los Angeles (Brentwood area).
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It's a Gas! (Overview)380 viewsCompare this photo, taken in June, 2001, with the photo of the same site taken in May 2005. You'll see the original antenna in the center of each sector. Much cleaner than the replacement design. City of Los Angeles (Brentwood area).
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Camo Site in Shopping Center379 viewsThe camo site is located in the clocktower of this shopping center.
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Utility Wood Pole Top Mount362 viewsCingular's three sector antenna system is mounted at the top of the utility pole it installed (it has a PBM pole number). The equipment cabinets are located to the right of the pole.
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Cell Sign250 viewsSpotted in Redwood City, California, this two sector cell site provides spot coverage along the US101.
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Signal from a dead tree677 viewsThis wood pole supports a cell site radome at the top. The cables are secured in metal U-channels on the side of the pole.
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Cell site, microwave mounted on wood pole803 viewsWe don't need no stinking steel tower!1 comments
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