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Jonathan Kramer

Raising The Bar in Seattle

This co-lo site in NW Seattle features panels and omnis, as well as microwave for backhaul to a MTSO.

Raising The Bar in Seattle
Jonathan Kramer, Nov 6, 2005
City:
Seattle
State:
Washington(WA)
Structure Type:
Monopole
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
No
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
    • Yankees368
      What is that satellite dish for?
    • Jonathan Kramer

      Yankee: Sorry, I couldn't get out to explore the site. On my next trip into Seattle I'll make a point of snooping.

      j
    • Yankees368
      I've never seen a dish at a site like that.

      Also, with that giant billboard, I would hope that cingular is at that site. lol
    • Andy
      That is one tall tower to put into a residential area like that.
      Thanks for sharing this picture with us, JOnathan.
    • adgsteve
      Is that along Aurora Ave N?? Looks like it could be somewhere on Aurora between Downtown and the Zoo.
    • n7ryy
      The sat dish looks like the same kind that the paging carriers use, so perhaps there is a paging transmitter there. They use the sat dish to receive all the paging traffic and the broadcast it on either a 150, 460, or 900 MHz frequency.
    • ShoresGuy
      I'm sure the people living right next door to the tower appreciate the excellent coverage and beautiful view of the tower :D
    • adgsteve
      If I find this tower in my travels I'll try and get a peek at who is on it. Looks like the Equip Cab's are visible through the fence.
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  • Category:
    Washington (WA)
    Uploaded By:
    Jonathan Kramer
    Date:
    Nov 6, 2005
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    Comment Count:
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  • Antenna Types:
    Both

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