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Jonathan Kramer

At&t Das Site

AT&T's DAS site (NextG) in the western San Fernando Valley. The large green box is the meter pedestal. The small box attached to the right side is the DAS node. More photos at my site.

At&t Das Site
Jonathan Kramer, Dec 30, 2007
City:
Canoga Park
State:
California(CA)
Location / Street Address:
8399 1/2 Valley Circle
Structure Type:
Other
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
No
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Number of Carriers:
1
    • TelcomJunkie
      Hey! That's a two-fer! You've got the VzW DAS node in the background too!

      I didn't know that ATT got suckered into NextG's hand... bummer for them!
    • larry
      The one's that Metro PCS is putting up are much smaller than this.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      Not really, Larry. MetroPCS uses NextG, and NextG uses the Scientific Atlanta DAS nodes (shown in the photo above).

      jlk
    • larry
      So then what are those little single micro boxes on light poles with 2 small vertical antennas sticking out of them that are going up all over Anaheim? I'll have to post a picture of them.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      Larry, the large green box in the photo is just the meter pedestal. The DAS node is attached (bolted) on the right side of the meter ped. This is an unusual installation (in fact, I've never seen a node bolted to a ped before). I suspect what's going up in Anaheim is just the DAS node.

      j
    • TelcomJunkie
      SA? Metro is using the Andrew system (Were the ION's at one time SA?)
    • Jonathan Kramer
      Sorry... my brainfart. Yes, Andrew, not SA.

      j
    • larry
      Why do I not see a large green box? :confused: But anyway I will post a picture tomorrow of the one of many small boxes that are being attached on light poles in Anaheim. It appears as though they are placing only a small box (maybe 12 or 15 inches) with two small antenna sticks of about the same heigh sticking out of the boxes. No other equipment is present below the pole. On some of these boxes there is also a very small satellite dish attached at the bottom (sort of rectangular shaped) pointing down towards the freeways.

      I also haven't seen anyone post pictures of these type yet.
    • TelcomJunkie
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  • Category:
    California (CA)
    Uploaded By:
    Jonathan Kramer
    Date:
    Dec 30, 2007
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    Comment Count:
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  • Antenna Types:
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