Despite the effort from all the main carriers, there are still many areas with poor signal coverage. From remote parts of the country to tunnels and subways to office spaces surrounded by tall buildings and skyscrapers. Signal interruptions and drops cause businesses money, and they complicate the lives public safety first responders. Cell phone signal
Getting a proper cell reception can be difficult at times. Since it’s not always the network provider’s fault, all fingers point towards the carrier in such circumstances. So how exactly is it that you get less network coverage at times? Well, there are a variety of factors at play when this happens. Let’s talk about a
Wilson Electronics is a company out of Utah that’s in the cell phone signal amplification business. We had a chance to speak with them after Cameron reviewed their Sleek product. We’ve tested several commercially available “signal improvement devices” and found that Wilson Electronics offers some of the best products in that category in the marketplace.
zBoost, maker of cell phone signal boosters, today announced retail availability of their zBoost-SOHO and zBoost-METRO in Best Buy locations across the country. Quoting the press release, “As seen by the Google Nexus phone, most consumers aren’t ready to buy electronics sight unseen. They still want to be able to touch and feel the products. In fact,
Even putting Antennagate aside, indoor cell reception can be a little tricky sometimes. In homes, offices, condos, townhomes, and apartments structure, metal, and other RF can often detract from your cell phone service. In fact wi-ex, the makers of the Z-Boost Soho, comissioned a survey finding that 67% of cell phone owners had signal problems
Let’s face it death grip or no death grip some of us just happen to live in areas where cell signal is bad. At my home I get a very good voice signal with Sprint however I live relatively close to a power grid, 500 yards from Camden Yards, next to a light rail station