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Subject: Re: cell phone reception
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 10:18:39 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 10:18:39 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
Why won't you mention it ?
Are you scared ?
"cvt" wrote in message
> "Anthony Q. Bachler" wrote in
> > Someone, radio shack maybe, sells a doodad that inserts into the
> > battery compartment adn basically gives you another 18 inches of
> > antenna. I wouldnt pay more than $5 for it though, as its just 50
> > cents worth of plastic and wire.
> > --
> > The american people did to themselves
> > what Osama bin Laden could never do,
> > took away our freedoms in exchange for
> > a false sense of security.
> > "Dave" wrote in message
> > news:8-ednQK_AdhcGpajXTWcpw@comcast.com...
> >> I have a cell phone that gets bad reception at my home and I'm going
> >> to
> > use
> >> it to start a business for the simplicity and fact that I don't have
> >> to
> > pay
> >> 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
> >> better
> > reception
> >> when I don't need to go anywhere but I don't really know how to do
> >> it.
> > I've
> >> 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
> These are a gimick.
> I have been lent one to try it before... it appears to work in reception
> areas, but when ur at the edge of reception, you get lots more dropouts,
> even tho appears better reception...
> I have a theory I beleive why this would happen... but as its just a
> guess... I won't mention it.
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