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Improve Your Cell Phone Reception with a Cell Phone Repeater

[Posted 11/10/2013 by ]

While modern cell phone technology can offer many benefits ranging from instant communication to fast access to online information, these benefits can only be enjoyed by those with adequate cell phone reception. Unfortunately, there are many factors that can interfere with cell phone reception and make it impossible to pick up a signal or complete a call. For those struggling with dropped calls and lost signals, here is how you can improve your cellular reception with a cell phone repeater.

Common Reasons for Low Signals

Cell phone reception relies on your device being able to pick up the signals sent from broadcast towers. If you live in a rural area with few or no towers nearby, then you will consistently experience issues with your cell phone signal. Additionally, those who live or work within buildings that are either large or made from heavy materials may experience weak signals within certain areas of the building. Low signals can also be experienced by commuters as they drive through dead zone areas such as tunnels.

How a Repeater Works

Also known as a cell phone booster, a repeater works by using an antenna to access the signals sent out by broadcast towers. Due to their strength, these antennae can pick up signals in rural areas where a person’s cell phone may not. When they are located on the outside of a building, they can also pick up signals that may not usually be received due to structural blocks. Once the signal has been received, it is then sent to an amplifier where it is increased and sent throughout a building or directly to a person’s cell phone.

Selecting a Cell Phone Repeater

According to the FCC, cell phone repeaters can have many benefits for users, but only if they are properly designed and installed. Although most signal repeaters are universally compatible, you may still need to make sure the device you choose will work with your phone. Additionally, it is important to consider your intended use for the repeater. While mobile repeaters are available for commuters, most people will benefit from an in-building antenna that can boost the signal throughout the entire home or office.

If you are struggling with the frustrations that accompany lost or weak signals to your phone, then a cell phone repeater will provide you with reliable coverage. By understanding the reasons for your lack of signal reception and properly installing a cell phone repeater, you can improve your reception while enjoying enhanced communication and access to mobile technology.

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