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Crown Castle tower at SR 26 & I-65. Cingular, Sprint, and TMobile use this tower.
Cingular occupies the "pillars" of the water tower while Nextel's antennas are hidden along the top of the tank. A Sprint tower is on the right...
Sprint uses two light standards to provide three sector diversity coverage above the US101 (Ventura Freeway) in the Newbury Park area of Thousand...
This is the BTS equipment vault for Sprint's dual light standard site in the Newbury Park area of Thousand Oaks, California
Sprint's sectorized antennas are atop this building on Montana Avenue.
Sprint's site in San Dimas
Sprint's antennas shine over the I-5 in San Diego County from this church site. Hey... add some windows and it could be a fire lookout station!
A standalone Sprint camo site near the La Costa resort in San Diego County (Carlsbad, CA).
An elevated water tank site in El Segundo, California. The carrier is Sprint.
If only that light wasn't in the way and I had my IS lenses at the time. Sprint PCS Lucent ModCell 4.0 cabinets on the right, antenna to the left.
Formerly just a field office but since split from the Richmond MTSO to accomodate traffic for the Norfolk-Newport News-Virginia Beach market....
Sprint's design for this monopine was marginal, at best. The inferior branch coverage and lack of bark cladding are hallmarks of a less than...
Atop high tension power lines. Three sectors, three panels each. I've revisited this site since the picture and have determined that it is Sprint PCS.
Antennas are on top of a lamp pole on the southwest corner of Crescent Park in Sandy.
T-Mobile is on the water tank. These sites can be seen from Rt. 287 near exit 55 in NJ.