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Topic # 6707 17-Feb-2006 13:28
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is there anyway to increase the reception of a CDMA phone that has no external arial option?



Like 3W Booster Antenna that then repeats the signal localy?

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Reply # 28681 17-Feb-2006 15:09
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This thread may answer your question about using boosters.




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Reply # 28684 17-Feb-2006 15:27
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Move closer to the serving cell

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 28685 17-Feb-2006 15:28
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Thanks, I did read this thred but though there maybe some newer info.
O-well.
(John, patchy voda coverage in the Area as well)

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Reply # 28690 17-Feb-2006 17:41
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Where are you

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  Reply # 28694 17-Feb-2006 19:02
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What sort of phone do you have? Some of them do have an engineering antenna jack - it is usually under a small rubber bung.



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  Reply # 28805 20-Feb-2006 07:58
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Its an Apache.

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  Reply # 28809 20-Feb-2006 08:07
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On the back - below and left of camera lens is a rubber bung. Take that out and there is an antenna port. Check out www.cellutronics.co.nz for antennas

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