Photo 1. Several directional antennae on a building in North Vancouver. Note the microwave dish glistening in the sun
Photo 2. A lattice tower in North Vancouver. This is an example of cell splitting to increase capacity.
Photo 3. This is a flower tower located on a building in North Vancouver. This tower is likely attached to the Central Office by a fibre optics line.
Photo 4. A monopole built into the side of the building located in North Vancouver.
Photo 5. This is a monopole built on the flats in Richmond. The tower appears to be an analog tower.
Photo 6. Another monopole located in Richmond, being used for both cellular communication and power transmission.
Photo 7. This is another monopole located in Richmond. Note that the tower is leaning. The building located at the base of the tower houses the tower's power supply.
Photo 8. These dishes are painted a similar colour to the building on which they are mounted in order to mask their presence.
Photo 9. This is a flower tower located in Richmond. Though not seen in the picture, the tower is attached to the central office by a microwave dish.