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Jonathan Kramer

Sprint Monorock

Sprint's monorock in Murrieta, California. Looking from the rear at the site. The open door lower left leads to the power regulation transformer. More at my own site.

Sprint Monorock
Jonathan Kramer, Jul 4, 2009
Location / Street Address:
Bundy Canyon Drive
Landmarks or cross street:
The Farm Drive
ZIP Code:
Structure Type:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
Carrier on 2nd highest antenna:
      I need to see some pictures from the other side but since the back is not really facing the public right-of-way its okay... They should of continued the rock texture in place of the chain link fence.
    • KyleAndMelissa22
      Ha ha, sneaky, hiding inside a rock, thats just too funny to me :lmao:

      I would've never though this was a cell site, great cammo!
    • larry
      Another site I haven't visited yet. This one was activated by Sprint CDMA on 11-30-2003.
    • KyleAndMelissa22
      The color matches perfectly with the desert landscape,
      and the texture of it makes you believe it's a real rock (that was hollowed out).

      I wonder if it's really made of rock, or is it more like hard plastic or metal?
      Does it even feel like rock when you touch it? hehe. :coolshade
    • TelcomJunkie
      There are a few methods used for the fake rocks, the most common being foam and fiberglass. Remember that concrete doesn't pass signal well, so even if most of it is made of concrete, the part in front of the antennas will be a RF transparent material

      As for feel, most have the texture of rock but don't feel it if you touch them. If you tap them they sound hollow.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      If you'd like to see what the insides of monorocks look like, you can visit my wireless planners galley and do a search on the term, rock. www.cellularpcs.com/gallery/

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    California (CA)
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    Jonathan Kramer
    Jul 4, 2009
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