Archive for May, 2016

Is it possible to boost signal without an outside antenna?

Here is the most awaited answer to this frequently asked question. WeBoost, formerly Wilson Electronics, announced the release of the new WeBoost 473120 eqo cell phone signal booster, which is the first plug and play signal booster that does not require an external antenna.

The system is designed in such a way that it takes less than a minute to be set up and automatically starts boosting signal up to 1200 sq ft inside of the home or office, for up to 32x better signal. The eqo will boost all networks from all carriers (except Spring 4G LTE), so you’ll have much better voice calls and exponentially faster data speeds.

The eqo is made up of two units, one unit to sit in the window and receive the cell signal from the outside, and one unit to sit inside of the home or office and broadcast the boosted signal to the inside area. These units are connected by a thin, flexible cable to pass the signal between the two.

The WeBoost eqo adjusts automatically to the outside signal strength to create the best possible coverage inside, and thus automatically reacts to changes to the existing outside signal, by either increasing or decreasing the boosting power accordingly, so it is truly a plug and play device.

Unlike past booster systems which have had a more industrial look and feel, the WeBoost eqo signal booster has been designed from the ground up for a sleek, modern aesthetic that one would not be embarrassed to have it at home.

As always, the size of the total area of boosted signal inside is determined by the existing outside signal strength, so the stronger the initial signal in the window where you plan to locate the window unit, the larger the area of boosted signal inside. If you’d like to use an external antenna with the WeBoost eqo, there is an external antenna port, which if used, will disable the external antenna built into the window unit.

Are your Iphones too facing signal issues?

Whether it is the latest iPhone 6S or an older model like an iPhone 5 or 4, it is still possible to improve your signal in a home or workplace.
It’s inconceivably irritating to have a great smartphone like an iPhone 6S but not be able to get the most out of it because of poor coverage.
The biggest factor in iPhone signal however is often not the tower itself, but the building you are in. The cause of your bad cell signal is far more likely to be due to the construction materials used in your home or office. Cellular signals have a hard time passing through metal and concrete within the walls of your home. Many buildings also use a wire mesh in their construction that can create a Faraday cage effect. This mesh blocks external static electricity fields, meaning that cell phone signals cannot get through. If you can get iPhone signal outside your building, on the roof, or from an upstairs window, but not indoors, then the problem is likely to be building materials interfering with your signal – and a cellular repeater could fix the problem.
In this case, installing a consumer FCC-licensed signal booster can greatly improve your coverage. Signal boosters are “bi-directional amplifiers” – that means they amplify the signal being sent to and from your nearest cellphone tower.
A signal booster is a hardware device that you can install in your home, office or vehicle. Booster kits typically contain two antennas: one that communicates with the cellphone tower, and another that communicates with your phone. The outside antenna receives an outside signal and transmits it to an amplifier. The amplifier boosts the signal and rebroadcasts it inside via the inside antenna, eliminating dead coverage zones. Booster kits include antennas, amplifier and cables to connect the system.
Most cellular signal boosters on the market today support 4G LTE frequencies. The iPhone 5 was the first device to support LTE signals, so if you have a device such as an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, you don’t need an LTE-compatible booster.

Dual System – Huaptec vehicle C35W – ED

Huaptec vehicle C35W-ED dual system provides a reliable and genuine two-way cellular coverage by enhancing signal strength in any kind of vehicles where cellular reception is weak or unreliable.
The system amplifies the signal from the nearest cellular tower and retransmits it at a higher power level to the vehicle area. This manual provides a very simple installation instructions that will make the cellular booster kit set in record time.
Kit contents:

• Vehicle cell phone booster C35W-ED dual system 50 dB
• 5 dB magnetic antenna mounted on the roof of a vehicle
• Patch antenna used for interior of vehicle
• DC power adapter with 6 cable.
The kit parts should be installed at one and the same time before being connected to each
other. There are 4 steps namely outdoor antenna, booster, indoor antenna, and power supply.
Thus forth, you will need to connect the outsider/inside antenna and the power adapter to the booster.

Vehicle booster

The vehicle booster should be hidden in the corner of the car, near the power supply.
The booster is a full-duplex amplifier and it improves the signal both inside and the vehicle outside.

Outside antenna

Mount magnetic antenna. Its recommended location is about 20cm/8inch from the rear of the car.
The function of outside antenna is to receive the signal from the base station and transmit it through the feeder to booster. Being bi-directional it also transmits the signal back to the base station from the booster.

Inside antenna

Small Patch Antenna which has 2dBi gain is adopted. The proposed location is at 3/4 height of the glass which is shown in the installation graph. If your vehicle is larger, it’s recommended to install it in the place where signal is weak.
The function of the inside antenna is to transmit amplified signals to mobile phone and also back to the booster.

Power supply

Plug the system into 12V power supply, the vehicle charger can also work; the booster can be fed directly by the vehicle’s power.

Cell phones Leading to Cancer !!

There are three major reasons why people are concerned that cell phones (also known as “mobile” or “wireless” telephones) might have the potential to cause certain types of cancer or other health problems:

  • Cell phones emit radiofrequency energy (radio waves), a form of non-ionizing radiation, from their antennas. Tissues nearest to the antenna can absorb this energy.
  • The number of cell phone users has increased rapidly. As of December 2014, there were more than 327.5 million cell phone subscribers in the United States, according to the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association. This is a nearly threefold increase from the 110 million users in 2000. Globally, the number of subscriptions is estimated by the International Telecommunications Union to be 5 billion.
  • Over time, the number of cell phone calls per day, the length of each call, and the amount of time people use cell phones have increased. However, improvements in cell phone technology have only resulted in devices that have lower power outputs than earlier models.

There are certain theoretical considerations as to why the possible risk should be investigated separately in children. The reason goes this way, as their nervous systems are still developing and, therefore, more vulnerable to factors that may cause cancer. Their heads are smaller than those of adults and consequently have a greater proportional exposure to the field of radiofrequency radiation that is emitted by cell phones. And, children have the potential of accumulating more years of cell phone exposure than adults do.

Since the devices these days have a lower power supply, these gadgets get heated up early and thus this would add to the cause of increasing the risk of cancer. In order to avoid this, one can opt for WeBoost signal boosters.

 

  • The WeBoost 470102 Drive 3G-M Mobile Signal Booster Kit is the newest version of the popular Wilson 460102 Mobile 3G Signal Booster Kit. The Drive 3G-M boosts the 2G & 3G networks from all major carriers in the United States and Canada, giving you fewer dropped calls, increased call clarity and reliable 3G downloads. Unlike less powerful signal boosters, the Drive 3G-M communicates with your phone wirelessly and does not require any direct cable connection or for your phone to sit in a cradle. Also, because it is wireless, the Drive 3G-M also supports multiple phones and data devices at the same time.
  • The WeBoost 470102 Drive 3G-M’s inside coverage area will depend on your existing outside signal strength. In areas where you get a moderate existing outside signal, the Drive 3G-M will fill a normal vehicle with boosted coverage. As the outside signal gets weaker, you may have to keep your phone within about 18 inches of the inside antenna in order to take advantage of the boosted signal.
  • For added durability, the Drive 3G-M amplifier is housed in an aluminium case, which gives it added protection while located under a seat, in the trunk, or in another location within the vehicle.

 

 

C33 Car Booster – A Synonym to Seamless Phone Signal

A wired car booster is nothing but a booster that is to be connected with the mobile directly. A wired car booster is a tractional design, and looks like an old fashioned device as now most mobile phones do not get a port to connect with the car booster anymore, and people want opt to go wirelessly. Amidst these drawbacks, it is still quite useful for few applications.
A wired car booster has better performance than wireless one, thus for special applications, a wired car booster is still the best.
Broad band modem still gets the port, and the wired car booster is the most suitable one for optimal performance, especially when 3G is becoming popular and data service becomes a trend. In this particular case car booster actually turn into a home booster.
Kit includes:
1. A 12V car lighter power supply (or a power adaptor when used for ships, or at homes).
2. A car booster
3. A magnetic antenna with 3m long cable.
4. The cable with signal adaptor to connect booster with mobile phone gain, or indoor wide band antenna7dBi gain.

Dual System – Huaptec vehicle C35W – ED

Huaptec vehicle C35W-ED dual system provides a reliable and genuine two-way cellular coverage by enhancing signal strength in any kind of vehicles where cellular reception is weak or unreliable.

The system amplifies the signal from the nearest cellular tower and retransmits it at a higher power level to the vehicle area. This manual provides a very simple installation instructions that will make the cellular booster kit set in record time.

Kit contents:

  •  Vehicle cell phone booster C35W-ED dual system 50 dB
  • 5 dB magnetic antenna mounted on the roof of a vehicle
  • Patch antenna used for interior of vehicle
  • DC power adapter with 6 cable.

The kit parts should be installed at one and the same time before being connected to each

other. There are 4 steps namely outdoor antenna, booster, indoor antenna, and power supply.

Thus forth, you will need to connect the outsider/inside antenna and the power adapter to the booster.

Vehicle booster

 The vehicle booster should be hidden in the corner of the car, near the power supply.

The booster is a full-duplex amplifier and it improves the signal both inside and the vehicle outside.

Outside antenna

 Mount magnetic antenna. Its recommended location is about 20cm/8inch from the rear of the car.

The function of outside antenna is to receive the signal from the base station and transmit it through the feeder to booster. Being bi-directional it also transmits the signal back to the base station from the booster.

Inside antenna

 Small Patch Antenna which has 2dBi gain is adopted. The proposed location is at 3/4 height of the glass which is shown in the installation graph. If your vehicle is larger, it’s recommended to install it in the place where signal is weak.

The function of the inside antenna is to transmit amplified signals to mobile phone and also back to the booster.

Power supply

 Plug the system into 12V power supply, the vehicle charger can also work; the booster can be fed directly by the vehicle’s power.