[TriLUG] slight OT: multi-band cell booster
mpusateri at wickedtrails.com
Tue Jun 28 18:00:13 EDT 2011
From what I understand AT&T will give you a microcell if you are a customer and agree to stay with them 1 year.
On Jun 28, 2011, at 12:22 PM, Heath Roberts wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 12:40 PM, David M. <turnpike420 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My CEO has a place in Martha's Vineyard which is apparently fairly remote.
>> He has both AT&T And Verizon 3G type connectivity at his house but the
>> signals are weak. He is looking to install a booster. I presume this is
>> something you aim at the tower and it will amplify the signal locally
>> the house. He mentioned something by Wilson Electronics having a kit maybe
>> available at Radio Shack. What are your experiences with these type
>> devies? Are there any must have or must avoid boosters? What he seeks
>> should have GSM and CDMA capability to cover both providers. Suggestions
>> appreciated, thanks!
> The Wilson repeaters are pretty good for consumer devices. I don't think you
> can get them at RS, but the company does sell them directly, and there are
> multi-band models.
> Since you mentioned AT&T, if he has decent broadband, I would also (in
> addition to the repeater) consider buying one of their femtocells.
> Heath Roberts
> htroberts at gmail.com
> This message was sent to: M. Pusateri <mpusateri at wickedtrails.com>
> To unsubscribe, send a blank message to trilug-leave at trilug.org from that address.
> TriLUG mailing list : http://www.trilug.org/mailman/listinfo/trilug
> Unsubscribe or edit options on the web : http://www.trilug.org/mailman/options/trilug/mpusateri%40wickedtrails.com
> TriLUG FAQ : http://www.trilug.org/wiki/Frequently_Asked_Questions
More information about the TriLUG