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Provo Canyon, T-Mobile

This site is high above Highway 189 at Squaw Peak Rd.

Provo Canyon, T-Mobile
JTVOIP, Jun 14, 2006
City:
Provo Canyon
State:
Utah(UT)
Structure Type:
Monopole
Number of Carriers:
1
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
T-MOBILE
    • RJB
      Hey I have seen that one before what were you doing on top of squaw peak?? LOL
    • chuikov
      Pretty cool. This is a real wood pole with two sectors?
    • Andy
      Two sector only sites are not very uncommon in Utah canyons. The sectors just line up with the road in each direction. There are some pretty interesting setups in Ogden Canyon on wood poles and mounted on the wall/side of the canyon. Maybe I'll get a chance to take a pix of those sometime after I get a good camera.
    • JTVOIP
      I'll probably be headed up through Ogden Canyon in an upcoming week. Where should I look?
    • Andy
      Gosh...It's been a while. I know for sure that driving from Ogden into the canyon there is a site on the left side somewhere on the side of the canyon close to the water lines that run on the side. Then at some point you will come across some houses in the woods on your left side and there is an installation there(Sprint is there for sure) and at some point you will come up on a restaurant on your right- T-Mobile is there on a wood pole right along the road. I had my phone forced to Sprint on one way which made it easy in field test to look for a site once the power level got very low. I have full faith that you will find those sites and even some I've missed. :) Maybe Verizon has added some sites in the canyon as well??? Once in Huntsville, Verizon service is great and there's quite a few cellsites around Huntsville. I hope this helped.
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  • Category:
    Utah (UT)
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    JTVOIP
    Date:
    Jun 14, 2006
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