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We all hate having dropped calls, receiving scrambled data and hearing distorted voices. But why do we have O2 poor reception and slow O2 Internet connection in the first place? The answer is rather complicated and often involves many variables in the equation. However, it often comes down to one simple thing - your location. For example, you house may be located in a so-called 'dead-zone' - a place where O2 mobile coverage is extremely faint or there is no coverage at all. Natural obstructions such as hills or trees may also add to O2 poor signal. It is also true for neighboring buildings. Even the materials your roof and walls are made of may be the cause of a funny situation when you catch perfect signal outside your house and have O2 poor signal in the house. In the latter instance, the usage of a mobile phone signal booster for O2 carrier is extremely recommended.
A typical O2 signal booster box is just a signal repeater. And, as it name suggests, its prime objective is to improve O2 signal. It does it by collecting cellular signals, boosting and retransmitting them all over the place where it is installed. Just like a miniature copy of a cell tower: less powerful, but also less expensive. Mobile signal boosters for O2 or any other carrier work in two directions - they receive signals from cell towers and from the mobile devices in your office or home. You may want to perform O2 signal check first before buying an O2 booster box because it requires at least a weak cell signal to work with. If you live in a place where there is physically impossible to have even a faint O2 signal, the booster will not help as it will catch nothing to amplify.
Every set of O2 mobile signal booster comes with two antennas, power supply and cabling. One of the antennas should be fastened outdoor to collect and retransmit cellular signals to the nearest cell tower. The other antenna, the indoor one, is meant to rebroadcast signals all over the place it is installed in. MyAmplifiers boasts a wide range of O2 bad signal solutions, from the small O2 repeaters for cars and O2 signal boosters for homes down to the powerful O2 data boosters able to handle multiple mobile devices simultaneously. The devices can support different mobile frequencies, including, but not limited to, O2 frequency. They also are supplied with everything needed for an effortless do-it-yourself installation. O2 home mobile signal boosters are unusually simple to mount and get operational - fasten an outdoor antenna, plug the indoor antenna into the repeater, insert the plug in the outlet - voilà, you have your own little cell tower to boost O2 signal.
Your choice mostly depends on the place you consider mounting the device. All signal boosters basically fall into three categories: O2 phone boosters for cars, O2 home signal boosters for small houses and large areas. There are one-band solutions to deal with O2 signal problem only as well as multi-band devices that can be configured for almost any mobile service provider. Our company has been working on helping people deal with signal problems since 2002. Contact us and we will help you to choose the right signal booster for O2 carrier.
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Note: information on O2 frequencies is taken from public sources. MyAmplifiers.com thoroughly monitors its relevance and guarantees 97% accuracy. However, if you have any doubts concerning the compatibility of a specific booster model with O2 frequencies in your region, please, contact our managers.
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