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This is a T-Mobile GSM 900/UMTS 2100 site. GSM 1800 may also be present but I'm not sure.Listed as a UMTS site here: http://www.fst-gsm.de/d1-k.html

ShoresGuy, Jan 15, 2006
Outside the United States
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Attached to or on a building
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Antenna Use:
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T-Mobile Germany
    • chuikov
      I like those double-tall rooftop poles. It's an efficient use of rooftop space.
    • ShoresGuy
      Yes, I'm pretty sure it's also done to save construction and licensing costs for a second site at the same location. This is most likely why you have combined GSM 900/1800/UMTS 2100 sites for example.
    • Andy
      Interesting thoughts, Shoresguy. I wonder why carriers in the U.S. don't do this then.
    • ShoresGuy
      I would chalk it up to a different bureaucracy....:D
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    Europe (EU)
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    Jan 15, 2006
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  • Ground Level Altitude (in feet):
    Cell ID (CID) or ASR# or FCC#:
    25431-33 (GSM),13539/60/6
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