Additional antennas on towers

How can you find out if any of the antennas located on a tower are rented/leased out to other inividuals or companies besides the ones which are owned by the company who owns the tower?

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May 09, 2011
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by: Sean (Tower Genius)

Two ways... if you can see into the compound take a look at the power meters and you will see labels of the various carriers located at the site. If you can not see into the leased area just call the building inspector and ask how many electrical permits were issued for that site and to whom they were issued.

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