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Re: GSM boosters?
Peter (for it is he) wrote:
> The problem is that (I assume the boosters need an outdoor aerial of
> some sort) even outdoors the signal is marginal - about 2 bars out of
> 5, on a Nokia phone.
Your outdoor antenna would be directional, so you'd have to point it in
the general direction of the base station, but it would have more gain
than the omni antenna in your handset.
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