Re: Booster for poor reception areas
- From: "Peter Pan" <pponvistaNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 05:05:41 -0400
"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:fvydnd0Q7e85u1nXnZ2dnUVZ_vxi4p2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Peter Pan wrote:"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:RsWdnd8FRcT711_XnZ2dnUVZ_rCdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxGeorge wrote:Jordan wrote:I have a sales person that lives in a bad reception area, however
needs some Internet access. There is no cable, DSL, and satellite is
way to expensive and has really bad Terms of Service and a PIA to set
They already have the Verizon UM175 usb modem and the UM150 (Trying
both out). We were thinking of trying one of the many boosters that
we have seen on the market, but don't know which ones are the good
ones or even if any are good. Does anyone have any recommendations on
Hard without any details. What is the current performance and why do you think you need a "booster"?
What details do you need? I think the first line of the OP's message
supplies the necessary details.
The "booster" he is talking about would have a directional antenna pointed a the nearest tower and a non directional antenna providing coverage in a radius of maybe 100 feet. There are such devices but I have excellent coverage and I never needed one!
that's pretty funny, you describe a repeater to a t, but boosters dont do what you mention
That's pretty funny!! You criticize my reply but do not attempt to supply a more correct answer!
Huh? Copied from the next post in this thread....
forget boosters, consider a REPEATER
boosters usually only amplify/boost in one direction, a repeater is
bidirectional and amplifies both directions (sometimes called/name a BDA =
Bi Directional Amp)
my guess is you want a link to something that has been used in a similar
check out the repeaters at www.cellantenna.com
doesn't a suggestion and a link count as attempting to provide a more correct answer?
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