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Subject: Re: cell phone reception
Date: 27 Dec 2002 20:20:48 -0600
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"Ken Taylor" wrote in
> "Dave" wrote in message
>> I have a cell phone that gets bad reception at my home and I'm going
>> it to start a business for the simplicity and fact that I don't have
>> another bill every month. How can I improve my reception. I was
>> thinking about building a large antenna for it to use at my home for
>> when I don't need to go anywhere but I don't really know how to do
>> never made an antenna before and don't even know which radio
>> frequency I should be thinking about. do you guys think this is
>> doable or practical? thanks
> Simplest way to do it would be to get yourself a car kit for the phone
> and install the aerial on your roof. The handsfree component would
> then also be useful for not sticking the handset against your ear
> every time you need to use the phone.
And mount the antennae as close to the center of the roof as you can
(presuming roofs made of metal) and away from any other antennaes you may
have (TV, UHF, Satellite, Radio)
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