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Antennas That You Should Consider for Better Signals

Victor Epand

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If you have absolutely no signal at your house and have to travel a distance before you pick up a signal the prospects are grim. If you have some kind of signal outside of house then an external antenna should help you. The external antenna is the nature os signle used in cellular phones.

Televisions operate in a different frequency range than cellular phones, so hooking up to the television because you think it will improve or signal, will not improve your signal at all. Stick antennas, are of little help as well. But most of the cellular phone stores do sell regulare antennas for cellular phones.

In addition to an external antenna, an inline amplifier would strengthen your signal even more. External mount cell phone antennas can give you better strengthen indoors as well. To stay up to date with your antenna signal, you should update your cellular phone, to the most recent tower listing at least once a mouth.

But be careful to get one that works with digital phones. The old style phones that worked on analong will not work with digital phones.

There are antenna's that you can mount on the roof of your house. This, of course, would require you to be connected to the antenna. Cellular Compnaies have booster or temp sites that they use to boost the signal for events.

However, to get one of these antennas would be very expensive and I'm not too sure where you would be able to even get one.

Your best change for gaining a signal in your house will be with a Yagi antenna on the roof with a cellular amplifier in the antenna line to boost the signal.

The Yagi antenna is a directional antenna that you aim at the tower. There are two Yagi antennae for cellular. One is for the 800 MHz band and the other is for the 1900 MHz band.

In order to find out which one of this bands are in your location, you will need to contact your cell phone company. So that they can determine which one is in that location.

The Cell Zone wireless cell phone signal booster is a revolutionary, patent pending new product that greatly improves indoor cell phone coverage. There are no monthly fees, no programs to install, and no calls to the carrier to set up service. Simply put the signal antenna outdoors where there is signal, run the cable to the base unit, plug it in and instantly you have created a new cell zone! The signal booster captures the wireless signal outside, brings it inside to the antenna amplifier and enhances, or boosts, the cell phone signal in your home or office where you need it the most. The signal booster not only reduces/eliminates static and dropped calls, but it also improves battery life of your wireless phone since your cell phone uses less power when the signal is stronger. And unlike other lesser quality cell phone signal boosters out in the market, the Cell Zone works wirelessly so you do not need to plug your cell phone into the booster!

If a particular carrier uses both frequencies in your area, the website will list that carrier several times in order of the most cell sites of a particular frequency within your zip code.

Victor Epand is an expert agent for , a huge cellphone superstore featuring great prices and rebates on cellphones including Motorola , Samsung , Nokia, Audiovox, LG, RIM Blackberry, Sanyo, Sony Ericsson, and others.


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