Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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Last additions - Non-Camouflaged Sites
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8 foot antenna on building374 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, CaliforniaMay 25, 2015
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8 foot antenna on building252 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, CaliforniaMay 25, 2015
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8 foot antenna on building230 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, CaliforniaMay 25, 2015
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8 foot antenna on building263 viewsA rather ugly 8' antenna stuck on the side of a building in Tarzana, CaliforniaMay 25, 2015
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8 foot antenna on building214 views8 foot antenna tarzana california buildingMay 25, 2015
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Multi-carrier Monopole Site249 viewsMulti-carrier Monopole Site in Santa Fe, New MexicoJan 04, 2015
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Just park that signal!475 viewsT-Mobile's recently upgraded parking lot site in Long Beach, California.Sep 08, 2013
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Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey416 viewsWater tank site or giant doorknob in Maryland.Jul 23, 2013
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Sprint Omni Site268 viewsTwo on an Arm legacy Sprint site in Los AngelesJul 23, 2013
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Sprint Omni Site319 viewsSprint's underground equipment vaultJul 23, 2013
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Sprint Omni Site275 viewsTwo on an Arm legacy Sprint site in Los AngelesJul 23, 2013
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Sprint Omni Site273 viewsTwo baby-vents for Sprint's equipment vault.Jul 23, 2013
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Righty Tighty Lefty Loosy372 viewsIt's either a water tank or a big door knob. Oh yes, it has antennas on it.Jul 23, 2013
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New Concept: A wireless site without antennas or base station equipment1174 viewsThis SCE tower features a three sector panel mount without panels. It also lacks any base station. Aug 25, 2012
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Sprint Monopole in Lebec, California687 viewsSite is controlled by TowerCo (soon to be SBC).Aug 25, 2012
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Power on the Tower348 viewsAn AT&T site on a SCE transmission tower in Thousand Oaks, California.Aug 25, 2012
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A Pair of Monopoles in Gorman, California328 viewsAt the northern end of Los Angeles County along I-5.Aug 25, 2012
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Guyed Tower in Cantua Creek, California262 viewsA big tower in a small town. It's guyed.Aug 25, 2012
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YMCA Monopole662 viewsA shorty monopole site at a YMCA camp in Thousand Oaks, California.Aug 25, 2012
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Rocket South of Santa Fe on I-25403 viewsOne of the worst located sites I have ever run across.Dec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Country Club318 viewsMono-Golfball ScreenDec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Country Club299 viewsMono-Golfball ScreenDec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Country Club324 viewsMono-Golfball ScreenDec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Country Club323 viewsDec 30, 2011
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Cricket in Santa Fe409 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.Dec 30, 2011
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280 viewsDec 30, 2011
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Cricket in Santa Fe285 viewsThe Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe hosts this Cricket site.Dec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe High School Light Standard280 viewsLight Standard site at Santa Fe High School (New Mexico)Dec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe High School Light Standard280 viewsLight Standard site at Santa Fe High School (New Mexico)Dec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Big Steel Lattice Tower273 viewsSanta Fe, New MexicoDec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower258 viewsSanta Fe Big Steel Guyed TowerDec 30, 2011
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Santa Fe Big Steel Guyed Tower232 viewsSanta Fe Big Steel Guyed TowerDec 30, 2011
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Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe241 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa FeDec 30, 2011
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Cricket has the Power in Santa Fe255 viewsCricket has the Power in Santa FeDec 30, 2011
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CornucopiaMicrowave Horn in Las Vegas, New Mexico260 viewsThis is a 'cornucopia' (high performance) microwave antenna at the CenturyLink Central Office in Las Vegas, New Mexico.Dec 30, 2011
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Big Steel over Las Vegas (New Mexico, that is)282 viewsThis multi-carrier tower serves much of Las Vegas, New Mexico.Dec 30, 2011
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Use a Cell Phone: Go to Jail469 viewsSpotted in Las Vegas, New MexicoDec 30, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)264 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)215 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)224 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)208 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)205 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)198 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)196 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)196 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Big Iron in New Mexico (I25 north of ABQ)203 viewsDec 11, 2011
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Sprint on a Stick in San Diego County315 viewsJan 01, 2011
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Sprint on a Stick in San Diego County279 viewsJan 01, 2011
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Federally Protected Bird's Next in Taos, NM351 viewsThis is a close-up of the federally-protected bird's next located high up an American Tower colo site in Taos, New Mexico.Jan 01, 2011
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Radio Plaza in Santa Fe, NM289 viewsThis is an updated photo of the Radio Plaza site, overlooing the historic central plaza in Sante Fe, New Mexico.Jan 01, 2011
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A Tower That Helps Birds!423 viewsThis is American Tower's "Taos Center" tower site in, ah, Taos (New Mexico). It's most unique feature is the federally protected bird's nest on the tower. Here's the sign warning against climbing without permission.Jan 01, 2011
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Tall Tower to Save Birds328 viewsAmerican Tower's Taos Central site in Taos, NM has a federally-protected bird's nest on one of the platforms. The the photos here. Search on Taos.Jan 01, 2011
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266 viewsThis is a very, very tall self-supporting lattice tower site, owned by American Tower, in Espanola, New Mexico.Jan 01, 2011
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Cell Call Box (Version 2)309 viewsHere is the current version of this cellular call box, located on Pacific Coast Highway in southern Ventura County, California. A photograph of the original design is also here at this site. Search on "Cell Call Box" to find it.Jan 01, 2011
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2,500 Years Apart280 viewsThe Acropolis above Athens has been standing for 2,500 years. The cell antennas on the rooftops, not so long.Jan 01, 2011
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Catch a Dream With This Site291 viewsLocated ajacent to the "Dreamcatcher Cinema" in Espanola, NM, this uni-pole-ish, mon-pole-ish site is owned by TowerCo.Jan 01, 2011
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Lighting the Lot363 viewsSprint's interesting little Mono-Parking-Lot-Light-Site in San Fernando, CaliforniaJun 21, 2010
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Lolipop Antenna Mount370 viewsA Lolipop antenna mount is a panel on top of a short pole. Here is on installed by Cricket Wireless in the San Diego, California market. Notice how the coaxial cables are protected within a metal tube.Apr 03, 2010
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon355 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from afar.Jan 01, 2010
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Powering Up Santa Fe333 viewsT-Mobile occupies the top of this power transmission pole near the Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Jan 01, 2010
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Tower Towers Over the Santa Fe Plaza330 viewsThis tower stands just south of the Plaza in historic Santa Fe. It's clearly visible from much of the Plaza area. So sadJan 01, 2010
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon328 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from close-up.Jan 01, 2010
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon331 viewsThis is a monster of a visible site. It stands 150 feet tall and is located on the I25 Frontage Road east of County Road 57 south of Santa Fe, NM. There is another photo in this gallery showing just how awful this site is from afar.Jan 01, 2010
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It Radiates Near Radiation453 viewsThis is a monopole owned by American Tower located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. They work on things there that are better left unspoken (absent a suitable security clearance, that it).Jan 01, 2010
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Manny, Moe and Jack303 viewsThese three lattice towers stand just off of US285 in Nambe, New Mexico. This site is a few miles north of the Santa Fe Opera House.Jan 01, 2010
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Tower Towers Over the Santa Fe Plaza348 viewsTowering over the historic Santa Fe Plaza (and just about everything else in the area), this awful pole is about as out of place as a tower can be. So sad. Thanks to Alltel for contributing to the spoiling of the historic Santa Fe Plaza area.Jan 01, 2010
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Los Alamos, New Mexico301 viewsThis is a monopole owned by Alltel, and is located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. This tower is fairly close to the airport, so that's why you see an aircraft warning light on the top. Jan 01, 2010
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A true Solar Cell486 viewsThis is a photo of AT&T's solar powered cell site just north of CA52 at Mast Road in San Diego. This site connects back to the mobile telephone switching office via a microwave antenna (behind the panel).Sep 17, 2009
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UCLA? I C LA!566 viewsVerizon's right-of-way microcell monopole site on Hilgard Avenue near Manning just to the east of UCLA. The base station equipment is located underground adjacent to the two vents.Jan 03, 2009
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NextG DAS Pole Mounted Site619 viewsA NextG distributed antenna system (DAS) site in Redondo Beach, California.Jan 03, 2009
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Santa Fe Opera406 viewsSingle carrier on a driveway light at the Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Note the BTS enclosure.Jan 03, 2009
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Take me to the Opera!409 viewsThe BTS cabinets for the multi-carrier sites (on parking lot lights) at the Santa Fe Opera in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Jan 03, 2009
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A parking lot light site at the Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, NM.452 viewsMulti-carrier sites (on parking lot lights) at the Santa Fe Opera in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Jan 03, 2009
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Take me to the Opera!364 viewsA parking lot light site at the Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, NM.Jan 03, 2009
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Take me to the Opera!353 viewsThe BTS cabinets for the multi-carrier sites (on parking lot lights) at the Santa Fe Opera in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Jan 03, 2009
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Not too compliant with the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Rules592 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.Oct 31, 2008
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Wireless, with Cables478 viewsSome of the base station equipment cabinets (cellular, paging, etc.) at the upper landing of the Mt. Roberts Tramway in Juneau, AlaskaOct 31, 2008
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Wireless, with Cables470 viewsThis multicarrier site is at the upper station of the Mt. Roberts Tramway in Juneau, Alaska.Oct 31, 2008
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Ketchikan Me if you Kan357 viewsMulticarrier site in Ketchikan, AlaskaOct 31, 2008
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Wireless, with Cables347 viewsClose up of the multicarrier site at the upper station of the Mt. Roberts Tramway in Juneau, Alaska.Oct 31, 2008
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Ketchikan Me if you Kan323 viewsMulticarrier site in Ketchikan, AlaskaOct 31, 2008
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Wait 'Till We Get Our Haines Signal On You!336 viewsMulticarrier site above Haines, AlaskaOct 31, 2008
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On the Fence340 viewsSome wireless carriers mount their antennas on the outside of water tank sites atop hilltops. Oct 31, 2008
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About three hundred years apart493 viewsYes, this is big iron in Bird in Hand, Pennsylvania. Yes, it's in the middle of a field being tended by local Amish citizens. Yes, this photo captures technology spanning about 300 years. Amazing!Jun 19, 2008
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343 viewsJun 18, 2008
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Amish Area Cell Tower370 views...in Bird in Hand, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Amish country.Jun 18, 2008
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A well lit monolight brought to you by Verizon510 views...in the San Fernando Valley. A Verizon site. The base station equipment is located in one of the mall stores, which Verizon has taken over and added a new interior door.Mar 08, 2008
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California406 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.Mar 08, 2008
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California513 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.Mar 08, 2008
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CoLo Site - Escondido, California376 viewsMesa Rock Road north of Deer Creek Road, Escondido, California.Mar 08, 2008
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DAS Outboard on Power Meter435 viewsOnce more, Cingular (now AT&T) employs the cabinet-on-a-cabinet technique of placing its DAS note, here in Rolling Hills Estates, California.Jan 13, 2008
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Das da ticket!513 viewsAT&T uses a distributed antenna system (DAS) to light this site on Valley Circle in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles County). The DAS node, manufactured by Andrew Corporation, is the small box affixed to the larger power meter pedestal cabinet.Dec 02, 2007
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Das da ticket!501 viewsAT&T uses a distributed antenna system (DAS) to light this site on Valley Circle in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles County). The DAS node, manufactured by Andrew Corporation, is the small box affixed to the larger power meter pedestal cabinet. Notice that the node is not directly affixed, but is held via stand-offs.Dec 02, 2007
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Das da ticket!431 viewsAT&T uses a distributed antenna system (DAS) to light this site on Valley Circle in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles County). The DAS node, manufactured by Andrew Corporation, is the small box affixed to the larger power meter pedestal cabinet.Dec 02, 2007
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Das da ticket!480 viewsAT&T uses a distributed antenna system (DAS) to light this site on Valley Circle in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles County). The DAS node, manufactured by Andrew Corporation, is the small box affixed to the larger power meter pedestal cabinet.Dec 02, 2007
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Das da ticket!579 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.
Dec 02, 2007
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Das da ticket!543 viewsAT&T uses a distributed antenna system (DAS) to light this site on Valley Circle in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles County). The DAS node, manufactured by Andrew Corporation, is the small box affixed to the larger power meter pedestal cabinet.Dec 02, 2007
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Awful AT&T Antennas662 viewsThis rather awful antenna site, from AT&T wireless, is located at 10239 1/2 Vassar in Canoga Park, California. The dual band antennas use tower mounted amplifiers to enhance weak signal reception.Dec 02, 2007
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Awful AT&T Antennas560 viewsThis rather awful antenna site, from AT&T wireless, is located at 10239 1/2 Vassar in Canoga Park, California. The dual band antennas use tower mounted amplifiers to enhance weak signal reception.Dec 02, 2007
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CellSign Updated497 viewsThis AT&T wireless site has been modified since the last time we photographed it. Search for "Pico" to find the original site configuration. Originally, this was a single band site; now this is a dual band site. The boxes adjacent to the amplifiers are called "tower mounted amplifiers" (TMAs).Dec 02, 2007
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CellSign Updated407 viewsThis AT&T wireless site has been modified since the last time we photographed it. Search for "Pico" to find the original site configuration. Originally, this was a single band site; now this is a dual band site. The boxes adjacent to the amplifiers are called "tower mounted amplifiers" (TMAs).Dec 02, 2007
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Yerba Buena Island Site Serving the Oakland Bay Bridge486 viewsFrom July, 2001: This multicarrier site is pumping RF along the upper and lower spans of the Oakland Bay Bridge. Located on Yerba Buena Island (on the south side of the spans), this is an interesting configuration, employing "tip-to-tip" construction.

June 2008: This site no long exists. It has been removed to make way for construction of the new Bay Bridge connection to Yerba Buena Island. -jlk
Nov 22, 2007
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Desert Storm!607 viewsVerizon's "Desert Storm" light standard site in Irvine, California.Nov 18, 2007
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Tumwater Reservoir, Tumwater, Washington450 viewsNear the Tumwater Airport. Note the airport rotating aerodrome beacon on top of the tank. Nov 18, 2007
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Tumwater Reservoir, Tumwater, Washington393 viewsNear the Tumwater Airport.Nov 18, 2007
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Unipole in Lacey, Washington492 viewsA T-Mobile unipole site in Lacey, Washington at the King Oscar Motel. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=kings+car+motel+lacey+washington&sll=33.857997,-118.283083&sspn=0.000873,0.002701&ie=UTF8&cd=1&ll=47.061194,-122.766165&spn=0,354.468384&t=h&z=8&iwloc=A&layer=c&cbll=47.061194,-122.766165&panoid=dqNvyTifCTgz-nLk-Ftupw&cbp=12,3.8848713226988707,,0,-6.115048506611214Nov 18, 2007
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Sign me up!532 viewsSprint's site, at the intersection of I-405 and I110 in Gardena, California, is built atop a commercial enterprise sign. See: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=gardena,ca&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=29.025693,55.107422&ie=UTF8&ll=33.857997,-118.283083&spn=0.000873,0.002701&t=h&z=19&iwloc=addr&layer=c&cbll=33.857997,-118.283083&panoid=cnzdeipYOjdDXyBwyMclfQ&cbp=12,307.77006332815694,,0,-20.14375050524673Nov 18, 2007
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Big Iron CoLo in Lacey Washington479 viewsNextel and AT&T Wireless share this tower in Lacey, Washington. Notice the climbing space through the bottom platform.Nov 18, 2007
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Big Iron CoLo in Lacey Washington396 viewsNextel and AT&T Wireless share this tower in Lacey, WashingtonNov 18, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node550 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node771 viewsNextG's DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. The DAS equipment manufacturer is Andrew Corporation. This DAS node is a member of Andrew's ION ("Intelligent Optical Network") line of products. The cover at the top of the DAS housing covers a cooling fan.

Under SDG&E rules, this site does not consume enough power to require a power meter; merely a breaker box (located to the right of the DAS node).
Nov 17, 2007
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NextG RF Safety Advisory Notice611 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.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node504 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node407 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node406 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node398 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node446 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node368 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node371 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node477 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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NextG Distributed Antenna System Node367 viewsNextG is a wireless carrier's carrier. They provide fiber links between the BTS and the antenna site using a technology referred to as Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This is a NextG DAS node located in Encinitas, California. The carrier supported by this node is Cricket Wireless. NextG's Cricket network in San Diego County is thought to be the largest deployment of DAS in the U.S.Nov 17, 2007
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Central Sedona Arizona468 viewsThis multicarrier site is located at Fire Station 4 in Sedona, Arizona.Nov 11, 2007
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Central Sedona Arizona387 viewsLocated at Fire Station 4 in Sedona, Arizona, this multicarrier site has an attractive backdrop.Nov 11, 2007
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Grand Canyon - South Rim359 viewsThis multicarrier site is located near the Bright Angle Lodge at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona.Nov 11, 2007
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God Bless This Cell Site384 viewsLocated east of I-17 in Black Rock City, Arizona, this multicarrier site has an odd shaped antenna mounted directly to the tower. A message, perhaps?Nov 11, 2007
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Blessed Be This Cell Site424 viewsAT&T's monopole at the Calvary Community Church in Phoenix sports not one; not two; but three crosses mounted at the corners of the radomes. Quite an interesting design!Nov 11, 2007
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Blessed Be This Cell Site389 viewsAT&T's monopole at the Calvary Community Church in Phoenix sports not one; not two; but three crosses mounted at the corners of the radomes. Quite an interesting design!Nov 11, 2007
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Blessed Be This Cell Site326 viewsAT&T's monopole at the Calvary Community Church in Phoenix sports not one; not two; but three crosses mounted at the corners of the radomes. Quite an interesting design!Nov 11, 2007
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Blessed Be This Cell Site346 viewsAT&T's monopole at the Calvary Community Church in Phoenix sports not one; not two; but three crosses mounted at the corners of the radomes. Quite an interesting design!Nov 11, 2007
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Steel in the Air375 viewsThis AT&T wireless site is located on Highway 64, about 12 miles south of Valle, Arizona. It's mounted on a steel power transmission pole. Note the flat panel back-haul antenna located below the panels.Nov 11, 2007
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Grand Canyon Valle Airport317 viewsAT&T's site at the Grand Canyon Valle Airport in Valle, Arizona is interesting for several reasons. First, the tower also supports and aircraft landing beacon; second, it supports the wind sock. Yes, that's a tower climber working on the site.Nov 11, 2007
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Sock-it-to-me343 viewsAT&T's site at the Grand Canyon Valle Airport in Valle, Arizona is interesting for several reasons. First, the tower also supports and aircraft landing beacon; second, it supports the wind sock. Yes, that's a tower climber working on the site.Nov 11, 2007
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Which Way is the Wind Blowing?336 viewsAT&T's site at the Grand Canyon Valle Airport in Valle, Arizona is interesting for several reasons. First, the tower also supports and aircraft landing beacon; second, it supports the wind sock. Yes, that's a tower climber working on the site.Nov 11, 2007
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394 viewsA Verizon MTSO in Stockton, California.Oct 19, 2007
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A Dam Tall Tower446 viewsThis tall tower, well, towers over Hoover Dam in Nevada and/or Arizona. I guess it depends in which state you live. This tower is on the Nevada side.Sep 14, 2006
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It's a sign...it's a monopole...it's a sign...it's a monopole496 viewsWhy, it's both, in Henderson, Nevada.Sep 14, 2006
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Flamingos Have Antennas!479 viewsI always focused on the tail feathers of Flamingos. Who knew that they had antennas, too!Sep 14, 2006
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461 viewsMar 21, 2006
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Los Angeles Cathedrial393 viewsA surface mount antenna site at the Los Angeles Cathedral. Mar 21, 2006
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436 viewsMar 21, 2006
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Lambert Ranch - Irvine, California690 viewsThis view shows the separate fences for the varioud sites. Notice that the walkway between the Nextel site (left) and the Sprint site (middle, foreground) passes right under the various panels.Mar 02, 2006
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Lambert Ranch - Irvine, California513 viewsNextel's site is to the far left. Sprint's site is in the foreground. Verizon uses the short tower in the rear-right of the photo.Mar 02, 2006
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Lambert Ranch - Irvine, California672 viewsAs of early 2006, Verizon, Nextel, and Sprint have sites here, above the Lambert sisters home. All of this property, save for the homestead and trees, is being developed. The cell site is to be relocated. Notice he ripe red yummy things in the foreground.Mar 02, 2006
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