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Cingular solar San Diego

Cingular solar San Diego
Gman, Nov 23, 2006
San Diego near Santee
Landmarks or cross street:
SR 52
Structure Type:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Overall Height (in feet):
Antenna Use:
PCS 1900 MHz
Number of Carriers:
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
    • larry
      Yeah I've also seen all of those numbers but didn't feel like listing them all. LOL. The site near my house has '54' but was built in 2004. Many of the new sites going up are at 60, 62, or 70.
    • TelcomJunkie
      Actually built and planned are two different timeframes :D When that site was built, 54 indicated which build out budget it came from.
    • larry
      Yeah I think it was in the planning stages for a long time before it actually got built.
    • Gman
      This site has been around for several years so it is definitely an older one. I have more close ups including the Site ID/Emergency # if they are helpful.
    • larry
      Yes the emergency # on the site ID label is the one way to make a positive ID.
    • Gman
      Ok so if this is a Cingular site I find it ironic that their users still drop calls right at the top of the hill where this antenna is pointing. I wonder what's up with that.
    • TelcomJunkie
      Jeeeze we dragged this out into two pages :D :D :D

      Yeah, if you have a close up picture go ahead and post it. What major cross-streets is this near? How far west along 52 from Mast Blvd. is it?
    • Gman
      I tried adding the GPS coordinates I got off of Google Earth but the format was truncated. It is at 32 degrees 51' 09.78" N , 117 degrees 02' 26.66" . It is .96 miles west of the terminus of the Mast Blvd. exit as the crow flies (.99 driving distance per Google Earth). I was hesitant to post close ups separately since they are all individual ? It would be nice if one could post multiple photos of one site together.
    • larry
      I agree with your suggestion about being able to post multiple pics of the same site in one post. I'll look into that.
    • TelcomJunkie
      I've posted multiples at once, I just put the same title in each one and label them 'X of X' to note that they are grouped together. Better than nothing I guess.
    • ~W~
      It must be County Land because I know that Mission Trails Regional Park people would have a fit....:biggrin:

      52 near the 15/163? Well if you ever travel along the 52 and 5, and look up there are Faux Palm Trees, facinating....
    • Tony E!

      agreed, that one is interesting
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    California (CA)
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    Nov 23, 2006
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    approx. 60
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