Boosting your mobile phone signal

Mobile phones or cell phones run on radio frequencies and the network of towers receiving, transmitting, sending or redirecting the signals is known as the mobile phone network or cellular network. Mobile networks are of two types – GSM which is an acronym of Global System and CDMA which is an acronym of Code Division Multiple Access. boost-signal The differences between the two types of networks and the various frequencies used in mobile networks can be the subject of another discussion. For the purpose of an introduction to shopsignalbooster, it should suffice to state that neither of the two mobile networks is perfect.

Mobile or cellular networks have blind spots. There are regions, areas or specific places which do not receive any mobile signal at all. There are some places where the cellular signals are very weak and there are places which have strong connections or desirable signal strengths but for some reasons there are dropped calls or poor network reception. Such circumstances make use of mobile phone signal boosters a necessity if one cannot do without a strong network reception.

Mobile phone signal boosters are equipments or devices that are used to enhance the strength of the existing cellular signal. There are alternatives to using mobile networks or cellular networks, especially in areas where there is no existing network coverage but mobile phone signal boosters do not specifically deal with such instances.

Mobile phone signal boosters are typically a setup wherein you use a receptor, an amplifier and a transmitter to increase the strength or prevalence of a mobile network. In its simplest form, there are two antennas, an amplifier or amplifiers if there is such a need and wires or cables to connect the various pieces of equipment.

One antenna is usually installed at the highest point of a building or at an open space which doesn’t have any obstructions around. R4 3DS antenna is connected to an amplifier through a cable or network of cables and the amplifier is connected to another antenna in the interiors or a building or in a space where the mobile network has to be enhanced or strong signals are needed. This entire setup of multiple antennas, amplifier and cables are often referred to as repeaters and amplifiers. They are widely used as mobile phone signal boosters to avert dropped calls and to get a strong signal.