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What do you see once you have arrived at your subject cell site? In these days of more stealth and disguised cell sites, your goal may not be obvious. Here are some samples of existing sites.

Cactus

On a Power Pole

Monopole
Monopole


Small Cell
Small Cell


Rooftop Omni's


Rooftop



Pine Tree



Building Side



Church Steeple



Clock Tower



Wireless "Village"



Inside the Sign



Palm Tree



Air Conditioner



When you find what looks likes your cell site, look for an ID card to help determine the carrier. The carrier name might be on the electric meter. The FCC Tower ID may be searchable at fcc.gov. An "In Case of Trouble" or "Network Operations" phone number may be visible (call and see who answers). The old carrier name may be listed. Congratulations!

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