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Pomona flagpole

This was put up as a replacement for an old billboard mounted antenna that was taken down to develop the land for a new housing project.

Pomona flagpole
larry, Aug 18, 2006
Pomona/Claremont border
Location / Street Address:
Indian Hill Blvd.
Structure Type:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Antenna Use:
PCS 1900 MHz
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Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
    • larry
      Good thing this went up before the people started moving in to their new condos or there would have certainly been some protests! Look how close it is!
    • Jonathan Kramer
      Larry, I like these slim-line poles as compared with the poles with large radomes on top. Thanks for posting this. jlk
    • TelcomJunkie
      Yeah much better than the larger ones. That one actually looks... like a flagpole. :D
    • larry
      Those GSM carriers built a bunch of them that were big and ugly. :D Sprint has generally had better designs with their sites, especially the trees.
    • Andy
      That is really close. I'd love to stand by the window there and check my rx level on my phone. :)
    • larry
      Yeah can you imagine? It must be nice to pull in a -40 dbs.
    • Andy
      I pulled in a -22 today taking a picture of a VZW cellsite out of my car. PCS never seems to go down that far though.
    • TelcomJunkie
      There is a flagpole site down off of Imperial Hwy in La Mirada ( I want to say La Mirada Blvd, but I'm probably wrong) that the pole was just HUuuuugeeee like 3' in diameter. Looked rather scary.
    • larry
      I think I remember getting a -38 one time. But usually nothing below -40.
    • JTVOIP
      Which site was it and what street were you on?
    • Andy
      Verizon's 3300 South St. Mark's Hospital site here in Salt Lake City. I was in the parking lot right in front of the site.
    • Psychotronic
      Here's a more recent cam-phone pic of the Pomona flagpole. I'm surprised they didn't put a fence around it.

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