Dr. Jonathan Kramer's Cell Tower Photo Gallery

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313 viewsJul 02, 2010
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Lighting the Lot362 viewsSprint's interesting little Mono-Parking-Lot-Light-Site in San Fernando, CaliforniaJun 21, 2010
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1012 viewsJun 21, 2010
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site1237 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.Jun 21, 2010
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site1038 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.Jun 21, 2010
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site869 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.Jun 21, 2010
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Outstanding T-Mobile Church Site792 viewsThis is a photograph of T-Mobile's outstanding installation in the exiting bell tower of the Piedmont Community Church in Piedmont, California. The antennas are hidden behind the faux vents. T-Mobile originally proposed a faux stained-glass design, but the City's planners wisely opted for the vent design far more in keeping with the normal look of a bell tower.Jun 21, 2010
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Yet another ____ Pole1077 viewsOnce again we have a flag pole antenna site missing an important element: The Flag! This is a Cricket site in Spring Valley, California. Notice that the GPS antenna is visible above the CMU wall enclosing the BTS cabinets; it's a bad design, and unnecessary.Apr 03, 2010
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773 viewsApr 03, 2010
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Lolipop Antenna Mount369 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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NextG DAS - Norwalk, California466 viewsCloseup of NextG Networks DAS light standard node in Norwalk, California. Note the cut-off box grated to the side of the Andrews ION fiber optic node.Apr 03, 2010
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NextG DAS - Norwalk, California388 viewsNextG flush-to-grade vault in Norwalk, California. Apr 03, 2010
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NextG DAS - Norwalk, California389 viewsNextG Networks DAS light standard site in Norwalk, California.Apr 03, 2010
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NextG DAS - Norwalk, California404 viewsNextG Networks DAS light standard site in Norwalk, California.Apr 03, 2010
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NextG DAS - Norwalk, California349 viewsNextG Networks DAS light standard site in Norwalk, California.Apr 03, 2010
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436 viewsApr 03, 2010
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374 viewsApr 03, 2010
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A Terrible Missile Rises Over the New Mexico Horizon353 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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What is, But What Could Be...860 viewsThis is a special photo of a semi-camo site in Santa Fe, New Mexico. If you click to enlarge it, you'll see a before photo (showing the visible panel antenna in the opening) and after photo simulation of how this site might have been better designed by the carrier. Sometimes it the little things that separate a ho-hum project from a wow project.Jan 01, 2010
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Powering Up Santa Fe332 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 Plaza329 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 Horizon327 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 Horizon330 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 Radiation452 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 Jack302 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 Plaza347 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 Mexico300 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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Sickly Monopine1133 viewsOff of the Old Las Vegas Highway outside of Santa Fe, this poorly designed monopine stands out like the sore thumb it is. The branch coverage, branch count, and panel antenna socks are inferior. A properly designed and executed monopine would not all the antenna stand-off arms to be seen, much less be painted a highly visible green.

By the way, in this case, Las Vegas refers to Las Vegas, New Mexico, rather than to Lost Wages, Nevada.
Jan 01, 2010
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1043 viewsSep 22, 2009
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867 viewsSep 22, 2009
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966 viewsSep 17, 2009
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765 views Sep 17, 2009
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A true Solar Cell485 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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839 viewsSep 17, 2009
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1181 viewsSep 17, 2009
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755 viewsSep 17, 2009
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So-So Sprint Monopine Close-up1196 viewsThis is a close-up of the panel array located at Sprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.Aug 26, 2009
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So-So Sprint Monopine1988 viewsSprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.Aug 26, 2009
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So-So Sprint Monopine1451 viewsSprint's monopine, located in Corona, California, is a good example of what happens when the antenna array extends past the branches. Also note the degraded and falling-off panel covers (socks). This site is now managed by TowerCo.Aug 26, 2009
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AT&T Cow in Action932 viewsPanoramic (three photos) shot of AT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. The portable generator powers the site.Aug 09, 2009
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Nextel Portable Power Generator in Action659 viewsNextel's 20KW portable generator powers this site along Santiago Canyon Road near Irvine, California right after the wildfires of October 2007.Aug 09, 2009
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AT&T Cow in Action1652 viewsAT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. The portable generator powers the site.Aug 09, 2009
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Nextel Portable Power Generator in Action656 viewsNextel's 20KW portable generator powers this site along Santiago Canyon Road near Irvine, California right after the wildfires of October 2007.Aug 09, 2009
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AT&T Cow in Action615 viewsLook up the ridge at AT&T's Cell-on-Wheels (COW) in action in the Santiago Canyon area of Orange County after the October 2007 wildfires. A portable generator powers the site.Aug 09, 2009
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903 viewsAug 09, 2009
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870 viewsAug 09, 2009
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Mono-cross998 viewsClose-up of the mono-blah-cross at a Mesa, Arizona church. Notice that the antenna cover at the top is askew. Aug 09, 2009
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Mono-cross1073 viewsTight close-up of the mono-blah-cross at a Mesa, Arizona church. Notice that the antenna cover at the top is askew. Aug 09, 2009
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GPS Antenna Directly Mounted to Cabinet908 viewsThis is a good example of how a GPS antenna can use directly mounted on top of an equipment cabinet. This type of mounting reduces the visibility of this element compared with mounting it on an extension pipe above the cabinet. This is a Verizon Wireless site at a church in Mesa, Arizona.Aug 09, 2009
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GPS Antenna Directly Mounted to Cabinet802 viewsThis is a good example of how a GPS antenna can use directly mounted on top of an equipment cabinet. This type of mounting reduces the visibility of this element compared with mounting it on an extension pipe above the cabinet. This is a Verizon Wireless site at a church in Mesa, Arizona.Aug 09, 2009
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Mono-Cross in Tempe Arizona818 viewsThis is a fairly blah mono-cross in Tempe, Arizona. Taken late morning.Aug 08, 2009
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Lots of Signals990 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.Aug 08, 2009
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I bow to Him886 viewsVerizon's mono-flagpole site in Mesa Arizona is leaning over ust a wee-bit.Aug 08, 2009
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Very Large Mono-Cross1135 viewsThe East Valley Free Will Baptist Church in Mesa, Arizona features a very large mono-cross. This site was constructed by Cingular.Aug 08, 2009
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Lots of Signals708 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.Aug 08, 2009
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Yet Another Neglected Flagpole746 viewsNotice that flags at this Cricket flagpole site in Mesa Arizona are undersized and torn. Code enforcement, anyone?Aug 08, 2009
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Very Large Mono-Cross675 viewsThe East Valley Free Will Baptist Church in Mesa, Arizona features a very large mono-cross. This site was constructed by Cingular.Aug 08, 2009
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Mono(blah)-Palm892 viewsCrown Castle's mono-palm in Mesa, Arizona hosts two carriers. The anchor carrier is Sprint; the other is unknown. A fairly poor design, made worse by the addtion of the panels below the top.Aug 08, 2009
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Mono-Cross in Tempe Arizona664 viewsThis is a fairly blah mono-cross in Tempe, Arizona. Taken mid-afternoon.Aug 08, 2009
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I bow to Him792 viewsVerizon's mono-flagpole site in Mesa Arizona is leaning over ust a wee-bit.Aug 08, 2009
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A Royal Treatment746 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).Jul 09, 2009
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A Royal Treatment733 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. Jul 09, 2009
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A Royal Treatment681 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. Jul 09, 2009
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A Royal Treatment of a Cable Tray736 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.Jul 09, 2009
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A Royal Treatment658 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).Jul 09, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted1135 viewsSprint has demonstrated that it can build very nice monorock sites. This isn't one of those good sites. Too many square edges, and not continued around the back enough to hide the edges from passersby. For an example of how Sprint does this type of design correctly search this site for "Now You Don't See It, and Now you Don't!" Jul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted841 viewsRear view of Sprint's Monorock, Interrupted in Murrieta, California.Jul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted778 viewsInside view of view of Sprint's Monorock, Interrupted in Murrieta, California. Shot from outside the torn-off door of the monorock.Jul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted921 viewsA pair of monopines in Murrieta, California. The right side monopine has a fairly decent but hardly great design and result given the lack of sufficient branch coverage; the left side monopine is very poorly designed/executed given the antennas extending out beyond the canopy of the branches.Jul 05, 2009
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772 viewsJul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted947 viewsFront view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.Jul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted773 viewsSide view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.Jul 05, 2009
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Monorock, Interrupted749 viewsSide view of Sprint's monrock highlights the poor design that has many sharp edges; is incomplete; and sports a GPS antenna sticking up above the rock. Yuck.Jul 05, 2009
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A Tower that's Really a Tower912 viewsAT&T and Sprint occupy the tower above this building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.Jul 05, 2009
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A Tower that's Really a Tower688 viewsView facing southwest of AT&T and Sprint tower site above this building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.Jul 05, 2009
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A Tower that's Really a Tower900 viewsClose up of the tower enclosing the AT&T and Sprint antennas in this tower above a building in Temecula, California. The antennas are located adjacent to the 'windows', and the equipment cabinets are hidden by the roof parapets. The name of the center is, oddly, the Tower Plaza! A very good design, indeed.Jul 05, 2009
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731 viewsJul 05, 2009
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Exhausting!717 viewsVerizon's generator at Mulligan Fun Center in Murrieta, California has its exhaust drawn off to a remote vent. This is an unusual configuration for an outdoors generator but appropriate here where the generator is located adjacent to a public area.Jul 05, 2009
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666 viewsJul 05, 2009
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584 viewsJul 05, 2009
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This site SEEMS to need Less SEAMS737 viewsSprint's camo site in Santa Fe Springs, California looks like a major patching and repainting jobs is due...or overdue.Jun 24, 2009
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Light Standards with More723 viewsNear a hospital heliport, which explains the aircraft warning lights, the Verizon site (left) and the T-Mobile site (right) feature clamp-on radomes. The Verizon site also features a microwave antenna, which is unusual for light standard sites. Anaheim, CaliforniaJun 24, 2009
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763 viewsJun 24, 2009
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615 viewsJun 24, 2009
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Dish on a Light959 viewsLocated in a community park in Anaheim California, Verizon's foreground light standard site features a back-haul microwave antenna. The background light standard is T-Mobile's. Both lights have aircraft warning beacons due to their location adjacent to a hospital heliport (far background, also with panel antennas!). Jun 24, 2009
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You want fries with that BTS?681 viewsT-Mobile's McDonald's site in Del Mar, California. The base station equipment is housed in the CMU wall extension behind the trash enclosure. There is no compelling need for the GPS antenna to extend above the CMU wall.Jun 24, 2009
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It's time for Wireless686 viewsThis tower in Anaheim, California features an RF transparent clock. Jun 24, 2009
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635 viewsJun 24, 2009
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McCell Site615 viewsT-Mobile's McDonald's site in Del Mar, California. The antennas are in the three radomes atop the parking lot light standards. The base station equipment is housed in the CMU wall extension behind the trash enclosure.Jun 24, 2009
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So, it works in orange, too!544 viewsThis is a Clearwire site near the Portland, Oregon airport (PDX). Sites near airports are sometimes required to be painted with aviation orange and while to make them more visible to pilots. Clearly seen in this photo are Clearwire's on panel-per-sector deployment for serving the customers in the area, and two backhaul microwave antennas to link this site to other site, and on to the Clearwire POP ("point of presence") connecting to the Internet. May 04, 2009
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447 views May 04, 2009
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358 views May 04, 2009
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374 views May 04, 2009
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350 views May 04, 2009
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Heavy-duty T-Mobile Unipole826 viewsMay 04, 2009
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UCLA? I C LA!565 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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Blessed be the Antennas840 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.Jan 03, 2009
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NextG DAS Pole Mounted Site618 viewsA NextG distributed antenna system (DAS) site in Redondo Beach, California.Jan 03, 2009
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Santa Fe Opera405 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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AT&T Monopine in Santa Fe, NM814 viewsAT&T's monopine site is above the 599 Bypass around Santa Fe, New Mexico (Mutt Nelson road). Note the BTS cabintes are mounted on a raised grill (good for drainage; snow, etc.).Jan 03, 2009
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AT&T Monopine in Santa Fe, NM961 viewsAT&T's monopine site is above the 599 Bypass around Santa Fe, New Mexico (Mutt Nelson road)Jan 03, 2009
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AT&T Monopine in Santa Fe, NM780 viewsAT&T's monopine site is above the 599 Bypass around Santa Fe, New Mexico (Mutt Nelson road). View from SR599.Jan 03, 2009
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Take me to the Opera!408 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.451 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!363 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!352 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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Can You Store My Signal Now?899 viewsT-Mobile's faux lighthouse antenna site in the San Fernando Valley, California.Oct 31, 2008
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Another Big Mac Site1434 viewsThe carrier has its equipment in an underground vault in the grass area of this McDonald's in Huntington Beach, California. Notice the two green vents in the background.Oct 31, 2008
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Not too compliant with the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Rules591 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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No Buns!1108 viewsT-Mobile's flagpole site at a McDonald's in Huntington Beach, California is not yet complete. This closeup shows the antenna, the tower-mounted-amplifiers, the remote tilt activators, and all the other fun stuff that makes this site play.Oct 31, 2008
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With the 'buns' in place1008 viewsT-Mobile's antennas are now covered at this McDonald's site in Huntington Beach, CaliforniaOct 31, 2008
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