The internet when combined with a smart phone opens up a world of opportunities. There aren’t things that you cannot do when you have this trusty little device in your pocket. You needn’t carry a foldable map or a compass anymore to find your way; you have your cell phone to help you out. You needn’t carry a music player, a calculator, and a diary filling up your bag to the brim. Instead, you only need to carry this sleek device that weighs a little less than 200g- no more than an adult hamster if you may say.
However, an issue arises the minute your phone loses the connection to the nearest cell tower. Your cell signal icon on the top corner of your screen looks empty and the effects of having a weak reception are immediately felt. Your phone takes longer to download and upload data, and it seems as though you can’t get anything done. Your calls sound bad and you strain to hear what the person on the other end of the line is saying.
If there is a way, a foolproof way of getting around this problem then it is using a cell phone repeater.
A cell phone booster or repeater acts as a point of contact between your phone and the nearest cell tower. Now you may ask as to why that is needed. The explanation behind that is the signal from the cell tower traverses distance which drops its strength. The reduction in strength also happens when there are obstructions such as hills, trees or man-made structures like buildings in the way. Even the construction materials of your building contribute to weakening the signal.
The cell repeater captures this weak signal and boosts it. The capturing is done by an external antenna that is kept at an elevated spot, and free from obstacles around it. The captured signals are then boosted using an amplifier, and then the boosted signals are broadcasted using an internal antenna. The boosted signals are then used by your phone or many other phones.
Most of the issue that comes with slow internet speeds and terrible voice quality are as a result of weak signal strength and using a mobile repeater helps you go past that problem. The result is a steady signal, faster net speeds and better voice quality. You can hear with crystal clear clarity what is being said on the other end of the line and most of your reception woes will be silenced.