Expect to see more antennas mounted in church steeples and clock towers, and antennas disguised as trees as wireless carriers seek to expand their range.
Fueled by public demand for service and shaped by changes in technology and local cites’ zoning, wireless carriers have dotted the Inland Empire with antennas in hundreds of hidden and not-so-hidden locations.
The traditional cell tower perched on high ground is “not as attractive now because the shiny-coin effect has worn off,” said Jonathan Kramer, a Los Angeles-based telecommunications attorney.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
El Paso, Texas
Bidiyah, United Arab Emirates, Bidiyah, UAE
New Orleans, Louisiana
Czech Republic, Prague
Garden Grove, California
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