Signal trouble on the road
When we go out for a road trip, we get poor reception because of distance from the closest cell tower, and mountains, hills or trees can cause obstruction of signal. Communication is important especially when were away from our home. We need to check on the kids if we left them, or if an emergency call is necessary.
Fortunately, there are ways to improving cell phone reception by installing a signal booster. A signal booster will receive a weak signal, amplify it, and then broadcast the amplified signal to the area lacking. You won’t need to worry anymore!
Wilson Electronics, MobilePro, Portable Cell Phone Signal Booster
It is the World’s first vehicular cellular amplifier that can be used at home, in an office, hotel, airport, bus, train and cab. Amplifies signals to and from the Cell Site with built-in Antenna and Mini Magnet external antenna. The booster greatly reduces dropped calls and is easy to install and can be easily moved from vehicle to building.
WI-EX ZBoost Zforce YX240
Hand-free operated which reduces dropped calls and dead zones. This also features built-in port for charging, auto-shut off when your vehicle is not in use and adjustable arms to fit most phones. By getting a good signal the cell phone battery life extend.
Wilson 811214 Dual-Band Signal Boost Amplifier Kit
Designed for cars, trucks, TVs, and boats and is compatible with all phones using 824-894 MHz and 1850-1990 MHz frequencies (not iDEN, Nextel), and with all generations of CDMA, TDMA and GSM.
This plug and play signal booster is also portable, easy-to-use, and ideal for hands-free operation with a headset or Bluetooth device. Has a powerful integrated cell signal booster improves your cell phones signal strength in your car.
Signal Booster for Android
This app improves reception, cellular coverage and improve signal for better cellular coverage in most areas in areas with poor reception. What the app does is to improve cellular reception your phone is receiving. And it’s for free.
Extending cellular range for voice and data applications, the new Portable Wireless Cellular Amplifier line offers a home/office model that integrates with a laptop through USB adapter, and a mobile version that draws from an automotive 12 volt power supply and plugs into a car power connection.
This can also be used by multiple phones and users simultaneously. It is compatible with all wireless data cards and Bluetooth devices, as well as all service providers operating on 800 and 1900 MHz (AT&T, Inc., Sprint, T-Mobile, Alltel and Verizon Wireless.