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Cricket MonoPalm... antennas inside growth pod

60'0" high monopalm... Cricket also planted three 15 gallons and two 24" box eucalyptus trees for screening.

Cricket MonoPalm... antennas inside growth pod
~W~, Dec 11, 2006
San Diego
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    • Jonathan Kramer

      Excellent timing and photo! Great addition here! May I use it in my wireless lecture when I talk about monopalms?


    • ~W~
      Only if I get invited to one! J/K... Feel free to use the pictures. What are your opinions on this monopalm?
    • larry
      Nice picture! That looks like it's going to be one of those totally enclosed monopalms like the one that Sprint has out in Rancho Mirage.
    • ~W~
      I actually have more pictures of this site, but I thought this particular picture captures a lot in terms of understanding how the carrier was able to conceal the antennas.

      Yup, Cricket calls this the "Cadillac of all Palm Trees". Anyways, there are two other monopalm trees at this site, Nextel and Sprint, their facilities have the antenna brackets and pipes...
    • Andy
      Wow, great timing of this picture, like someone else mentioned. Thanks for sharing this, very interesting view inside the building process!
    • ~W~
      NP, Just sharing my experience with other fellow TOWER HUNTERS :browani:
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