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Verizon Juke Cell booster solution:

Discussion in 'Central US Wireless Forum' started by rarnold, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. rarnold

    rarnold New Member

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    I am new to the forum and I need some help. Thanks in advance.

    Both my wife and I have a samsung Juke, and we have really low siginal strength on our phones where we live. I opended a trouble ticket with Verizon, and they responded back with its a know trouble area, but we have no plans to build a any more towers. It is a rare when a conversation does not get dropped.

    I think if I had a booster that would help with the dropped calls. We have between one and no bars on the phone. Every once in a great while we may get two. I was looking at this product to see if it might solve my problem Dual Band YX510 PCS/CEL. Does anybody have any suggestions. Advice and input is greatly welcomed.

    Rick
     
  2. shango

    shango Junior Member
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    If you want something real thats going to work get the Cyfree or Willson repeater. They use a yagi directional antenna outside that points at the signal source and a dome antenna inside. Very effective.
    I have the cyfree operating in a resort that 36 miles form the tower and it works great. The only thing I did was added a higher gain yagi and hardline coax.
    This looks like a gimmick.
     
  3. Maximum Signal

    Maximum Signal Senior Member
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    The solution depends on the size of your residence and signal outside . Check our site we have a few different options for you and more coming out shortly.

     
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