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new array?

Discussion in 'Cell Tower Hunting Club' started by TWX, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. TWX

    TWX Mobile Enthusiast
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    Hey Guys,

    Long time, no talk. Been gone for too long. However, my side for all things cellular is still alive and kicking. Drove past one of my local towers (with no cell panels on it currently) and noticed something interesting.

    Hit the link below for the image (may take a few moments to completely load)

    MobileMe Gallery

    Looks to me like a new cell array for a carrier. What do you all think?

    :rolleyes:
     
  2. mmillard

    mmillard Junior Member
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    Looks to me like a DF antenna of some sort.
    Could be a variant of the tactical Adcock antenna?

    Couldn't find a good photo of one, but here's a multi-freq variety at this link:
    Poynting Antennas - Defence Products
     
  3. RadioRaiders

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    Some carriers use 6 or 8 sector antennas, becoming more common with 4G. Probably look like this when it's done:
    [​IMG]
     
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