The importance of using a phone signal booster
Considering the advanced progress reached in the field of mobile communication industry, unfortunately, today we still cannot fully exclude the possibility of mobile connection problems. In particular, according to modern statistics more than 30 % of mobile users in Ireland suffer from bad quality of mobile signal connection at least a few times a week. People generally complain suffering from such mobile connection problems as dropped calls, mobile signal interference, signal disconnection, low speed of mobile Internet connection and others. Nowadays, fortunately, all these problems can be resolved using a mobile phone signal booster. A mobile signal booster represents a special device, which was directly designed to address the problem of poor quality of mobile signal perception. Originally this device was developed in the USA, when after a few years of study, The Federal Communication Commission (FDC) approved the implementation of signal boosters to overcome the problem of weak mobile signal connection. Phone boosters turned to be very useful and effective devices in the USA, and soon due to their effectiveness, they became popular all over the world, and Ireland is not an exception. According to recent studies, a phone signal booster is in high demand among mobile users in the country as, unfortunately, bad quality of mobile signal connection is still possible whatever mobile network operator you use.
Generally, there exist two main factors which are able to result in poor mobile signal connection. The first one is the large distance from the neighboring cellular towers. Carriers supply mobile signal coverage throughout the network of specifically situated cell towers. Whenever your location is within one mobile signal network, your mobile phone device is supposed to automatically maintain mobile signal connection from the nearest cellular tower, and it will also automatically switch between towers. However, here there is one problem. Sometimes because of certain factors the distance between towers can be too long. So, your mobile device is likely to start losing the signal when it cannot immediately find a tower to connect with. This situation frequently leads to dropped calls and mobile signal disconnection. The other possible factor for weak mobile signal perception is obstructions. Mobile signal is able to overcome the air resistance with no interference to the quality of mobile signal. However, very frequently on its way, mobile signal passes certain objects, and this situation frequently results in signal interference. Such obstructions as mountains, high hills, some buildings, layout specifics, and even fences are able to effectively attenuate the signal. In addition, the extensive usage of energy efficient products as radiant barriers and window tinting may also be the reason of bad quality of mobile signal perception. Nowadays, phone signal booster is believed to be the most effective device to address all these factors.
Mobile boosters were introduced to elevate the quality of mobile signal connection regardless of your location. The whole system usually consists of three basic parts: outside antenna, a signal boosting amplifier, and an inside antenna. Basically every device is provided with special connecting cables. The device is very simple to install, as the installation process does not require any specific technical skills. Generally, the whole process will take you approximately 15 minutes. Every device is followed by a detailed instruction so you won’t get lost. Optimally, all you need to do is to locate the outside antenna in the area where you have a normal current mobile signal and connect it with the amplifier. The amplifier, in its turn, must be connected to the inside antenna. The principle of the system’s operation is also very simple. The outside antenna receives a current mobile signal and transfers it to the amplifier, where the signal is enhanced, later the boosted signal is transferred to the inside antenna from where the boosted signal is broadcast to certain required areas.