How To Boost Your Signal Booster’s Performance?

Mobile Signal Booster
Mobile Signal Booster
Cell Phone Repeater
Cell Phone Repeater

Be it your office or your home, having a cell signal booster installed makes the equation of life all the more easier to decode. Gone are the days of the hazy and static poor voice quality so much so that you are better off sending a post instead. Gone are the days of slowed internet speeds which turn the buffering animation go on forever on your YouTube videos. Gone are the days of your calls dropping in the middle of an important conversation or meeting. All thanks to cell phone repeaters.

However even cell phone repeaters need a tweak and a turn here and there every now and then. It really beats the purpose when you look down to your phone screen and you see a dimly lit signal bar icon with a large cross painted across it. We will help you in ensuring that connectivity is not just constant but constantly done, well!

  1. The Need To Choose The Right Cell Phone Signal Booster Carrier And Frequency

These are quite easy to screw up. Make sure that the cell phone repeater you choose has the functionalities that support the phone carrier’s network frequency. For North American markets, Verizon allows both 3G & 4G connections at 800 MHz and 1900 MHz.

What this translates is that if you reside in North America, you will require a cell phone signal booster that supports both 800 MHz and 1900 MHz. This will better boost the 4G and 3G signals to and from your phone. For other markets, Verizon’s operating frequency varies from 700 MHz to 1700-2100 MHz and even a high as 2500-3000 MHz. What this means is that a cell phone signal booster that operates at 800 MHz band will do a shoddy job in the 2500-3000 MHz range.

So simply put, ensure that inquire about the frequency bands of your network providers and choose a cell phone signal booster that best compliments it; or else it would be like hitting a nail with a spoon instead of a hammer.

  1. Choosing The Right Antennas For The Job

A good signal booster company will give you the liberty of choosing a yagi or Omni-directional outdoor antenna as well as a panel or dome indoor antenna. The role of the outdoor antenna is simply to best “capture” the weak signals. Understand that, cell phone signal booster do not “create” signal. They merely “boost” the signals as the name suggest. The better the capturing of the signal the easier it is for the in-built amplifier to amplify the signal and then again broadcast it.

The yagi antenna is best used for uni-directional needs and attracts signals best from a standalone carrier. These are best used for rural settings where there is a dedicated cell tower for just your network carrier. When you live in a populated area that has many cell towers in the vicinity, then the best choice is to go for an omni-directional antenna. This is also the antenna you should go for if you have a couple of bars on the phone and you are looking to get a constant signal.

For indoor antennas, you have the choice between panel and the dome antenna. The indoor antenna is the last link in the series of events, and broadcast the boosted signal inside your office or home. The former, which is the panel interior antenna, works in a “conical” fashion. The spread of the broadcast is best if you want to boost signals in a specific section or region of the house, say a corner of a study room, or just your bedroom, or your meeting space.

If you want the signals to be uniformly broadcasted in a wide manner, then the best option is to go for a dome indoor antenna. Rooms that have high ceiling may awkwardly bounce off the signal leading to lower than expected performance.

  1. The Length Of The Cable And The Type

Make sure to not cut corners when it comes to cable quality. This is one area that many customer, choose a cheaper option leading to a sub-par performance. The inferior quality cables distort and “leak” the signal; this causes more noise and interference.

The length of the cable is another important aspect; the shorter the cable, the better. The long cables that runs over walls and rooftops, has more room to allow loss or attenuation. If under no circumstances you cannot use a shorter cable, then make sure to use an inline booster to help minimize the loss of the signal strength due to transmission.

Most cell signal booster manufacturers come with in-built inline amplifiers that continually boost the signals and help longer cable runs possible!

Keep these points in mind the next time you are down by the tech store to buy a cell phone signal booster. You will be surprised by the results you end up getting!