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Jonathan Kramer

Monopalm

This Sprint monopalm by Chaeleon Engineering featues hidden antennas behind a radome made to look like the palm's growth pod (just below the palms).

Monopalm
Jonathan Kramer, Oct 23, 2005
City:
Palm Desert
State:
California(CA)
Location / Street Address:
Highway 74
Landmarks or cross street:
Haystack Road
Structure Type:
Other
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Yes
Antenna Use:
PCS 1900 MHz
Number of Carriers:
1
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
SPRINT PCS
    • Yankees368
      That is a great design!
    • ShoresGuy
      Indeed, it looks better than the other 2 monopoles.
    • Jay2TheRescue
      I agree. This is what a monopalm should look like.
    • larry
      Yeah very cool design. In fact Sprint has another one just like this one in Palm Desert up at Hwy 111 in one of the major shopping areas behind a Del Taco.
    • Gamer03
      I like this design better than the previous "palm" tower I just responded to. :)
    • Jonathan Kramer
      I've been waiting to lay eyes on this site for some time. I like seeing a design in place before I advise a city on whether it should be adopted by them.

      Larry, thanks for the pointer to the other site. I'm due back out in the are within the week. I'll snap a photo of that site if the light is right.

      j
    • larry
      I'm trying to remember the exact location on this one. I think it's right in between Portola and Cook on Hwy 111. I remember a Del Taco being right next to it because I stopped and ate their. It's easy to spot.
    • ShoresGuy
      Nothing beats anything natural and a good taco ;)
    • Jonathan Kramer

      Taco Bell? Natural and good taco? That's a sad statement! :loony:

      j
    • larry
      Actually it was Del Taco (even worse than Taco Bell) lol
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  • Category:
    California (CA)
    Uploaded By:
    Jonathan Kramer
    Date:
    Oct 23, 2005
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    3,679
    Comment Count:
    10
  • Antenna Types:
    Sectorized

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