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I thought this one was interesting just due to the sheer number of antennas and dishes.
Nice! The mountain top pictures are some of the coolest ones we have.
What a hodge podge of antennas. They don't look like normal cell antennas.
Wow, this looks very unique. Do we know what carriers are on this?
I'm not able to ID any of them for sure but I think some of them are radio and TV transmissions.
From what I see here most of the it is for two way radio, the vertical antennas at least. I know the county and city have numerous two way radio systems running up there. There is also a STL link for Channel 51 (Channel 9 on most of the cable systems down there). I believe almost all of the microwave tubs up there are government related, the county, state, SGDGE, water district, etc all use Cowle's as a microwave hub.
And I'll even venture to say that those cellular looking antennas aren't for a cellular carrier but are being used by the San Diego County (Or city) trunked radio system.
I guess I'm getting pretty good because I didn't think any of them looked like normal cell antennas.
I bet u could get cancer just walking near that mess.
The tower on the right has a ton of Bogners which ive only seen used by 850 cell companys. The tower on the left has panels and the one in the middle has what we call a DB 812 omni stick.
I bet my RAD meter would go nuts up there.
Yes, I was definitely using the inverse square law and staying a distance from the fence.
Also used by the San Diego county Smartzone system :wink:
Naw, not too bad. Not like it would on Mt. Wilson.
My Nardalert would register 50% while on the approach road a few years back