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Compo results Our competition last year to identify genuine mobile phone base stations went down well, with more than 30,000 of you having a shot at divining the antennas from the trees.

In the end it was Robert Jeffrey who scooped the coveted El Reg goodie bag, but for those who didn't manage it, here, much belatedly, are the answers...


1)

That's a mast - the clue is in the cabinet at the bottom which houses the requisite computers.


2)

That too would be a mast - again note the box at the bottom.


3)

That's a tree - and a dead one.


4)

One of those is a mast - most likely the one on the left.


5)

That's a tree - it's way too tall for a mast.


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