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Navajo Rice

The Navajo Rice location is situated just 32 miles northeast of Holbrook, Arizona and features a 249' self-supporting tower that serves US Highway 40.

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Mt. Elden

Mount Elden aka Devil's Head is a mountaintop facility with a 120 ft. self-supporting tower that overlooks Flagstaff.

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Mingus is a mountaintop facility with a 180' self-supporting tower, three miles south of the former mining town of Jerome and midway between the towns of Sedona and Prescott.

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Towers Mountain

Towers Mountain features a 100' guyed tower, located midway between Phoenix and Prescott on the Bradshaw Mountain range in the Prescott National Forest, two miles north of Crown King.

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Mt. Ord

Mount Ord's 80' self-supporting tower is located between Phoenix and Payson on the Mazatzal Mountain range in the Tonto National Forest above SR 87 (the Beeline Highway).

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Smith Peak

The Smith Peak site is located 13 miles northwest of Aguila, midway between Phoenix and Parker, Arizona.

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Shaw Butte

Shaw Butte offers the best co-location site within the metro Phoenix area. It is centrally located seven miles north of downtown, six miles south of Deer Valley Airport, eleven miles east of Arizona Cardinals' Stadium, and ten miles west of Scottsdale Airport.

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White Tank

The White Tank site has a 180' self-supporting tower, located 12 miles west of Sun City, atop the White Tank Mountain range.

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Scottsdale Airpark

Located at the Antenna Sites corporate headquarters, the Scottsdale Airpark site has a 160' self-supporting tower that services the greater Scottsdale area.

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Apache Junction

Located at the Apache Junction Fire Department, this site features 190' self-supporting tower and a concrete prefab shelter which houses a master load center with individual metering, redundant A/C units, and 8' tall, 19" equipment racks.

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Banner Baywood

Banner Baywood is a rooftop location that offers East Valley coverage with placement 96' AGL (Above Ground Level).

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Located eight miles south of Miami/Globe and 16 miles east of Superior, the Pinal site features a 150' self-supporting tower plus an emergency generator with ATS.

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The Estrella site is the tallest communication facility in central Arizona. Located eleven miles west of South Mountain, this fully self-sustained, off-grid power system has been in service for more than 40 years and features a UHF master receive system and three towers.

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The Gilbert site features 270' self-supporting tower with an air-conditioned, prefab concrete shelter which house 8' tall x 19" wide equipment racks.

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Mt. Lemmon

Mount Lemmon is a mountaintop facility with a 160' self-supporting tower that overlooks Tucson.

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Sky Harbor East

Located at 14 South 41st Place directly across the street from the new Phoenix Sky Train station which serves Sky Harbor Airport, this metropolitan Phoenix site features a 120' self-supporting tower.

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Banner Mesa

Banner Mesa is a rooftop location that offers East Valley coverage with placement 140' AGL (Above Ground Level).

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