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Dead Zone! - Signal Repeater?

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by sunny1, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. sunny1

    sunny1 New Member

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    Do signal repeaters work in a dead zone? If so - what kind, where do I purchase and have installed in Louisiana?
     
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    walkguru Wireless Guru
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    The way you phrased the question makes it hard to answer. Are you sure it's a "dead zone"? For example, your living room may be a dead zone, but perhaps your roof is not. If this is case, then a repeater would work. I suppose you can try getting a signal exactly where you want to place the repeater, e.g., on the roof, in your backyard, etc.... Get the point?
     
  4. sunny1

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    The dead zone is my whole house - yet haven't climbed to the roof - I get 1 bar 360 degrees around the house in the yard. I drive .2 miles and get coverage. People that have Cingular or Centennial service do not have a problem.
     
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    Who's your service provider? Also check out wirelessonesource.com They have a toll free # also and can probably answer your questions.
     

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