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Jonathan Kramer

Monopine Disease

An old fav of mine is this sickly Nextel mono-something at the Caltrans Yard in West Los Angeles. Can Monopines get tree diseases? I think so.

Monopine Disease
Jonathan Kramer, May 21, 2006
Los Angeles
Landmarks or cross street:
I-10 & I-405 Interchange
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Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
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Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
    • ShoresGuy
      I have one word to describe that site: UGLY :D.
    • chuikov
      Oh man! That's terrible.

      Never should have been "stealthed" to begin with. A plain monopole works better in that environment.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      I use this site in my training lectures to explain why a monopine requires more than the word to describe the intent. "Don't Worry: We'll put in a Monopine and everyone will LOVE it!" j
    • ShoresGuy
      It makes you wonder who designs those scantily-clad things. No doubt a gardener would make short work of it :D.
    • larry
      That's one of the very first old school monopines. I remember driving by that one when my brother was still at UCLA in 1999.
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