Number of tenants

Looking at a standing steel tower is there a way to know how many tenants ( different cell companies) use the tower?

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Jun 17, 2017
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Couple of ways to tell...
by: Stephen

You may need some binoculars or a good zoom lens.

See if you can identify how many electrical meters are spinning / working inside the leased area. They are usually labeled with the carrier / tenant name.

Sometimes the equipment shelter doors are labeled, and often equipment cabinets are labeled.

Carriers antenna arrays are usually separated by 10 feet vertically but just because there are 2 racks of antennas doesn't always mean there are 2 carriers.

Another thing you can do is contact the building department and find out who has pulled electrical permits at the property.

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