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The main difference between a amplifier and repeater or a complete system is one question we get asked quite often. Simply put unless you are not technically savvy, we would recommend you to choose from one of complete systems on our website. Mainly for the reasons that when we configure cell phone booster systems for small or large buildings and the vehicles, we make sure that the amplifier gain and the antenna strength match in frequency and also agree with their respective frequency.
The antennas are varied in nature, namely omni directional antenna, directional antenna, Panel antenna, dome antenna. The omni directional antenna is suited in places where the signal strength outside the building you are planning to boost signal is 2 and above (for AT&T , we recommend 3 bars) . Also, if you know that you have more then one receiving cell sites for your particular location. The idea being with multiple cell sites the omni directional antenna suits the application when you can take advantage of receiving signal from all the available cell sites since the Omni directional antenna looks and seeks signal all around the point of installation. Meaning the cell phone signal can be sort from all around the antenna installation. The draw back to omni-directional antenna is the need for a moderate signal requirement, and in places where the signal strength is not as powerful , the Yagi antennas come handy. The Yagi antenna is a high gain antenna in the sense that the Yagi is an antenna that has a way of targeting the signal that it can see and focus them into a stronger signal equivalent. For this specific reason we recommend the Yagi antenna’s in places where the signal available is week, such as a location in a valley hidden away from the cell site, crowded urban buildings surrounded by other buildings that prevent the cell phone signal to reaching the interior of the buildings where you want signal.
Yagi Antenna And Radiation Pattern
Panel antenna and Radiation Pattern
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