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  • Multi state antenna comparison

    Some are pretty creative.
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      I have seen a few with a windmill head on them to make them more acceptable.
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        Around here most water towers do double duty as antenna platforms.
        We have a few of the fake tree towers too in areas close to developments
        where residents want the coverage but don't like the look of a bare tower.

        Reminds me of California, they like to use electricity but they don't want any
        power plants, nuclear or otherwise, in their state.
        "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

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          there is one in my area that looks like a tall palm tree.
          There is also one at a church that looks like a tall bell tower

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