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Jonathan Kramer

Big Steel In Santa Fe, New Mexico

Multicarrier monopole near downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico

Big Steel In Santa Fe, New Mexico
Jonathan Kramer, Jul 12, 2009
Santa Fe
New Mexico(NM)
Location / Street Address:
Cerrillos Road
Landmarks or cross street:
Navajo Drive
Structure Type:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Number of Carriers:
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
Carrier on 2nd highest antenna:
Carrier on 3rd highest antenna:
    • Yankees368
      The 3rd carrier down has some serious downtilt on their panels.
    • Day5InJanuary
      ya..that is some serious downtilt..what over there?????
    • Jonathan Kramer
      You're not kidding!

    • TelcomJunkie
      Since the massive amount of downtilt has been noticed, I'll explain what's going on. Across the street from this site is both a hospital and a college and this sector has been adjusted to provide a directed signal just to there. There is also a site, about a mile and a half away, that has a sector aimed back towards this site and by down-tilting this location, they prevent some users from bouncing between these two sites, and give stronger coverage to two high-density locations.

      This location also has other radio ties, the other antennas in this picture, the ones mounted on the small tower are are the studio to transmitter link antennas for AM810, KSWV. This picture is at the studio end, and the tower is about 2 miles away.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      TJ: You are AMAZING! Dare I ask how you know all of this? -jlk
    • Yankees368
      I asked him the same question. His response:

      **taps on head**
    • TelcomJunkie
      Haha, I plead the 5th! :browani::browani: But really we'll chalk it up to a random coincidence. ;)
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    New Mexico (NM)
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    Jonathan Kramer
    Jul 12, 2009
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