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Office building with 40' pole on the roof.

chuikov, Jan 9, 2006
Location / Street Address:
4500 Crums Mill Rd.
Landmarks or cross street:
NPI office
Structure Type:
Attached to or on a building
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
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Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Number of Carriers:
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
    • ShoresGuy
      That's an unsual setup, I didn't know it was normal to expand the height of a cell site with such a structure. It just doesn't fit the profile of a rooftop site.
    • chuikov
      It's a unique situation. The township is very restrictive about allowing new structures, but permits rooftops with no additional height limit.

      There a couple of other 20' to 60' towers on rooftops in the municipality.
    • KiwiSurfer
      This sort of setup is not uncommon with sites located on Telephone Exchanges in New Zealand especially in smaller cities. Also one Vodafone site I took a pix of last year was located on top of a car-parking building with a monopole and equipment shelter occupying about 2-3 carparking spaces!

      I shall post a few pixs of the above when I come back home from holiday. I'm currently posting over a fairly expensive GPRS connection! ;-)
    • chuikov
      I'll look forward to it Kiwi.
    • Andy
      This is a very unusual setup, looking at the panels I would have guessed it to be T-Mobile, but not NEXTEL.
    • chuikov
      Me too.

      There are a bunch of T-Mobile sites around here with two 6' antennas per sector. Nextel usually has three or four 8' antennas per sector.

      This one has 4' antennas, why, I don't know. Especially since the pole can hold another carrier and large antennas are not prohibited by ordinance.
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    Pennsylvania (PA)
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