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Hi all... It's been quite a while since I last posted. Been busy finishing up my doctorate in law and policy at Northeastern and many, many law...
RR: I visted something like two-dozen monopalm sites in and around Marrakesh. I also spotted them in Casablanca and Fes. The ones in Marrakesh...
Long haul microwave and local cellular above the Tichka Pass (Alt. 7,415 ft ASL). Notice the use of solar power.
This one, like many, even sports faux dates!
This site is generator powered.
I'm just back from 11 days in Morocco.
I'll be posting examples to the Gallery, but I'd like to also let you know that I'm going...
AT&T has recently rehabilitated its rather old an poorly designed site at the rest stop. The upgrade is materially better than before. I have a...
A Sprint mono-out-building on a private property in San Diego County adjacent to San Marcos.
Verizon site at a Motel 6 in Vista, California
As already mentioned, it's difficult to tell the players by their equipment alone. Now at AT&T is using Air 21 antennas, you can't...
Lookout tower with shades drawn?
Sending out the word...
Verizon Cellular Silo (the barn and house behind are real, and not part of the site). Equipment in the base of the faux silo.
Yes, it's been some six months since I last logged in.
After returning from my trip to Turkey earlier this year, I settled in to...
Turkcell's logo consists of the antennae (not antennas). Funny. Perhaps their attachment of the antennae to taxi cabs is to provide CAT service.
Turkish COW in Istanbul. Microwave backhaul. Nice design.
I have a photo of a panel affixed to a live tree located in Istanbul. It's being published in a wireless trade magazine.
A site on a Mosque Minaret. First time I've ever seen on on a Minaret. D400 in Antalya, Turkey.
In Sydney Harbour, Australia. On the Marine Services harbour control tower. BTS cabinets are at the base (two stories tall).
In Sydney Harbour, Australia. Can you spot the two panels?