Went cell hunting today with a point & shoot. I'm primarily interested in finding out what all these are. I've photographed several Verizon sites. All the antennas look different. Here in OKC, I understand that Verizon uses 850 ONLY. No PCS. That is primarily why I'm confused at the different antennas. First, a Verizon site. I'm guessing this is 850 only (no LTE), as it's kind of in the outskirts. They all look the same on this one.. Here's another Verizon tower with antennas that look much different. This one is supposed to be the "dominant" site at my workplace, however, we're doing the cell-site-musical chairs all of a sudden. I'm assuming it's a capacity issue. From the looks of it, there is plenty of space to add more antennas. What else is involved in adding more capacity, assuming back-haul is in place? This next one...it looks like it must be multi-carrier. The bigger antennas on the bottom row look like they might be LTE...The tower is owned by T-Mobile. Now these...these are MASSIVE panels I've seen popping up all over the place. I thought they were LTE, but then I realized they were on non-Verizon sites. The antennas are quite large with a line or "split" across the middle. and lastly...the tower I can see from my kitchen window. It's Sprint owned. The lower panels look like they might be the same as the ones I took in pic 1, so I'm guessing those are Verizon antennas. No idea about the rest. I wish there was more good info with pics out there on the types of antennas in use by the various carriers.