Disguised cell towers, like this one, often appease residents in rural areas displeased by ordinary cell towers impeding their scenic views. #telecome #LeaseAdvisors
Stealth cell tower: When a saguaro is not a saguaro
It's a modern-day dilemma: getting the convenience of good cell reception without the blight of an ugly antenna.
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A Tower to Use in Sensitive Locations | AGL (Above Ground Level)
January 26, 2017 An evolution of traditional antenna towers can help architects to select a structure that might be more compatible with its surroundings. The tower by Calzavara can accommodate as many as three mobile network operators. By Andrea Pupil A new tower design replaces more traditional tower designs where residential neighbors, business owners and visitors to businesses might object to the appearance of traditional towers. The new design offers technological and polyfunctional…
‘Old First’ steeple doubles as cell tower
Verizon delivers a Christmas gift atop L’pool’s First Presbyterian Church By Russ Tarby Contributing Writer About a week before Christmas, Liverpool’s historic First Presbyterian Church, a beautifu…