Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster with Antenna WT-C10 850MHz
● High performing signal booster - coverage up to 2,000 square meters.
● Reliable quality with Gain 60dBi, one-year warranty
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Details of Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster with Antenna WT-C10
Packing List of Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster with Antenna WT-C10:
|850MHz Mobile Signal Repeater||1|
|Outdoor yagi antenna with 10m cable||1|
|Indoor ceiling antenna with 3m cable||1|
Installation Approaches of Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster with Antenna WT-C10:
1. Place the yagi antenna on the point where you have the best possible mobile signal available, normally the roof or exterior wall. Mount the antenna on a pole with the brackets with the antenna. IMPORTANT-Be sure not to place it close to a satellite dish or have it face downwards or upwards. A clear area with horizontal view is ideal.
2. Connect the cable to the port on the booster unit labeled with BTS and tighten it firmly. IMPORTANT-Be sure not to coil the cable or run it along sharp objects which could damage it. Avoid sharp bends and kinks.
3. Place the indoor antenna on the ceiling in the middle of the room. Connect the cable to the port on the booster unit labeled with MOBILE and tighten it firmly, IMPORTANT-The outdoor antenna and indoor antenna should be well isolated.
4. Finally, connect the power supply to the port labeled DC12V. Then connect the plug to any regular wall outlet. IMPORTANT-Be sure to supply electricity last, and disconnect the booster from power whenever you make changes to the system.
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How to Do a Site Survey
If you receive a weak signal on your phone or mobile broadband inside a building and you experience dropped calls or slow data speeds, the solution is to install a cellular signal boosting system. However, the exact equipment you'll need will greatly depend on the signal outside of your building. It's important to do a site survey to find out exactly how weak your signal is outside and the size of the area you need to cover inside. This will tell you what type of equipment will work best for you.
Before getting started, it helps to know a little bit about how cellular signal boosting systems work. In short, they're made up of an antenna that receives the signal outside, an amplifier that increases the signal strength, and an inside antenna to redistribute the amplified signal. This lets you receive a stronger signal on your phone, tablet or laptop.
Typically, to conduct a site survey, you'll use the device that you're aiming to improve the signal for. If you need to improve the signal on a phone or tablet, you'll use that device. If you need a better mobile broadband signal for your laptop, you'll connect your mobile broadband modem (or AirCard) to your laptop and you'll measure the signal strength on your laptop.
The short answer is yes. It requires taking a few simple readings, with either your phone or laptop.
To do a site survey, you need to be able to accurately measure the signal strength at various locations. While bars of signal can give you a rough measurement, it's more accurate to measure the signal in decibels or dB by Field test mode.
Decibels are expressed as a negative number, like -70 dB. The closer the number is to 0, the stronger the signal. For example, -70 dB is a stronger signal than -90 dB. If your phone or computer shows a positive number, just add a negative sign to it, so 70 would really be -70 dB.
There are two main goals when conducting a Site Survey. First, you want to find the location outside of your home or office with the strongest signal. This will often be on the roof of the building since the higher up you go, the fewer obstacles exist between you and the cell tower. The second goal is to determine what area needs to be covered inside your home or office. In some buildings, only a lower level may need a signal boost. Other buildings will require the entire inside area to receive a stronger signal.
To determine the signal strength that you have outside of your building, you'll need to take some measurements in the places that you could mount your outside antenna. Generally, you want to mount the outside antenna as high as possible so that it gets a strong signal and doesn't interfere with the inside system. Therefore, try to take a few decibel measurements on the roof of the building to get the most accurate readings.
Next, determine in square footage of the area inside where you need a stronger signal.
The first thing to check is to make sure that you have an existing signal in at least one point outside. If you didn't receive a signal in any of your outside measurements, there isn't enough signal available to amplify and a cell phone signal booster system won't work in your situation.
If your outside signal is weaker than -90 dB, we strongly recommend using a directional yagi-type(such as yagi antenna, log periodic antenna or panel antenna) outside antenna to ensure the system has a strong enough signal to cover your inside area. In general, unless you need to support multiple carriers, we always recommend using a directional antenna.
Choosing the best signal booster amplifier for your situation is more complicated. The advertised coverage area is under ideal conditions, so if you have a weaker signal, you'll get a smaller coverage area.
Q: How to know if a repeater can work well for me?
If you have 3-5 signal bars on your phone outside, then the outdoor antenna will receive an excellent signal. The repeater will amplify this and re-transmit a clean strong signal indoors.
If you can’t find a location where your phone sees 3-5 bars, but instead sees only 1 bar, the repeater will still work. However, in this case, you must use a more powerful external antenna and a lower loss cable.
If you can’t see even 1 bar, it is probably best not to buy a repeater.
Q: What frequency Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster With Antenna do I need?
A: Please contact us to find out exactly which repeater option is best for you.
Most mobile carriers broadcast their networks on either of the 900 or 1800 MHz frequency bands, or both. High-speed data networks or 3G service is broadcast on the 2100MHz band. 4G is at 850Mhz, 2600Mhz or 1800Mhz. Your repeater should match the same frequency as your mobile carrier in order to ensure compatibility. Check out the repeater search tool for information about your operators.
Q: Can I install a Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster With Antenna unit myself?
A: Yes. There is no technical expertise required to install your repeater kit. Each kit contains everything needed to improve the mobile coverage in your home/office and includes instructions that will guide you through the simple steps necessary to install your repeater.
Q: Will the Wireless Cell Phone Signal Booster With Antenna increase the RF radiation?
A: The short answer is no. There have been many tests conducted over the past years and no conclusive evidence has been found yet. However, if you are still concerned, it is worth noting the following:
A repeater installed in your home reduces your exposure to radiation from your phone by a factor of around 50. Normally a phone has to crank up its output power to get its signal up to the nearby operators mast. If you have a repeater installed in your house, then it only needs a little power to get its signal to the repeater. Since radiation power diminishes with the square of the distance, the repeater radiation itself is 50 times less that of a mobile phone.
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