I have a question, which is really important for me. Is it really necessary to direct my AT600 GSM signal repeater outdoor antenna to mobile base station? I got an AT600 GSM repeater from AnyTone last week and haven't set it up yet. I want to set the repeater properly and correctly, so need to clarify all the possible problems during the installation. Well I don't want to disturb you in case I do something wrong. Thanks for your help in advance.
Hello! AnyTone company's glad to have an opportunity to reply to your interesting and really important question about the constituents of amplifying cell reception process. As you know cell phone network brings a lot of conveniences to our modern life and many of us can't live without it and even the missing of such a network sounds catastrophically makes us nervous and upset. We can call and receive calls everywhere we are from the friends and business partners of ours. To say more the cell phone is like 'a magic wand' in several critical situations and accidents. There are a lot of examples when calls in emergent situations saved people's life and just due to this feature we can't be indifferent to all the benefits of cellular connection.
Unfortunately, there are still places, where the quality of cell phone signal is poor and to find you 'out of the coverage' is usual. But it's not good and we have to change the situation to better by our own means with a little help of AnyTone signal repeaters. The process of improving cell phone connection begins with repeaters and ends with mobile base station. In general it looks like this: the outdoor antenna catches GSM signal from the mobile base station and delivers it to the signal repeater. The delivering is made through the connection cable (coax). After the signal is accepted by the repeater, the device amplifies it.
As you can see the process of amplifying GSM signal depends on the outdoor antenna and its direction. The inside antenna is omnidirectional and the quality of accepted signal doesn't depend on its vector. So it's important to direct outdoor antenna up to the closest mobile base station in the area you live for better connectivity or use more powerful antenna. We also suggest you to read more about the process of signal amplifying our website. You can also Contact AnyTone staff for further information. Good luck and wish you all the best!
There are a number of cellular networks in Ireland covering the whole country with mobile signal. Each network is managed by a different provider. The most common are Vodafone, O2, Three, Meteor, eMobile, Tesco Mobile.
However, they cannot assure 100% effective coverage in every corner of Ireland. In some regions you can find it impossible to make any calls, never mind get online. The key factors that affect the quality of mobile network coverage include
A home-made booster can be done using two coffee cans. To do this, you will also need an antenna connector, pigtail antenna (specific to each phone model), a soldering iron, copper wire and pliers.
Implementation in practice of modern life technical appliances shows that the life of people in such a space is unbearable because of a great number of devices, several networks and connections. Bad cellular connection, frequent disconnects and the voice in the cell phone 'out of the coverage', low battery in your iphone – are trustful friends of modern iphone users.