How To Boost Mobile Signal For Better Connectivity

Consider the number of times you find yourself with one-bar signal strength on your phone. Although usually, you would expect this phenomenon to occur in more isolated locations, the fact is, it can happen virtually anywhere – even in the center of a large city. A mobile signal booster is a popular and effective way to improve indoor mobile phone reception. If like many property owners, if you, your customers or colleagues often complain about poor reception, a signal booster (otherwise known as a mobile repeater), can make a huge difference to performance.

You can purchase a mobile signal booster to be compatible with all major networks, such as EE, Vodafone, O2, and Three. Although the major networks tend to provide over 98% of UK coverage, they cannot provide an adequate signal in some of the more remote areas of the UK. Likewise, there are various other factors to consider that can hamper a signal, resulting in poor voice and 4G/3G data performance.

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The most common reason for a substandard signal is the distance from a base station or mobile phone tower. In built-up areas, there is usually a wide range of base stations available, some even overlapping to provide maximum coverage. Each network will have their own station to cover a location. However, as you move further into the countryside, base stations become less frequent. This can cause signal issues and poor mobile reception. It is certainly possible to find even no signal in some of the most remote mountainous areas of the UK.

Besides this, there are a variety of other reasons for a poor signal. If you have ever been inside a building in the middle of a city and encountered one-bar or even no signal, you will be aware how thick walls can block signals. In some areas, hills or other natural obstacles can limit signal strength. This is why a mobile signal booster is the ideal solution for improving bad indoor phone reception.

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A signal booster works much like an amplifier and consists of 4 main components: an external antenna to pick-up signal from the base station, an amplifier box to bolster the signal, a set of cables, and an indoor antenna to rebroadcast the signal. The systems are relatively easy to install within 15 minutes and require no technical know-how. Full instructions are provided and if you have only a small amount of DIY knowledge, you will be well able to successfully install the system.

Another factor to consider is the size of the property you wish to serve and the amount of people you intend to use the internal signal. If your apartment, small house or flat suffers from the poor signal, an entry-level mobile signal booster should be more than adequate. Often, these systems service properties up to 250sqm.

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However, if you need a signal booster for a larger premises, such as a commercial office or warehouse, a more powerful repeater will be required. It is worth mentioning at this point that additional indoor antennas can be purchased to expand the signal inside the property. This can be especially useful in homes or offices with numerous rooms and users.

For a reliable method to boost the signal in your premises, a mobile signal booster is almost guaranteed to vastly improve bad mobile reception. The systems are highly affordable and can be a very worthwhile investment. This is also true if you are a commercial business and want to provide your customers with better signal coverage. A wide range of signal boosters can be found on Mobile Repeater UK.

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