How To Boost Coverage Signal From Home: The ideal poor coverage Home Doctor
Despite the number of network towers that has been mounted and expansion of coverage areas, the problem of bad cell phone signal still persist in Nigeria, why and what is the possible solution?
The problem of bad cell phone signal that causes communication difficulty and ends in frustrated dropped calls is not unique to Nigeria alone, advance countries like USA also experience similar problem. According to the survey by American Life project, 72% of Americans go through some form of dropped calls, and about 32% experience drop calls about 3 times a week. From my investigation as to the cause of poor signal, I discovered that the problem is definitely a global issue; so this isn’t a form of disease that is peculiar to Nigerian mobile networks alone.
There is no use in discussing about a problem, what are the causes and possible solution – that is the real deal.
Causes of bad network reception
Distance form nearby cell tower:
Cell towers are strategically placed in areas selected by carriers. Ideally, when you are located or close to any of these towers, your phone will automatically connect, and as you move away, the connection will become weak as well due to the distance from the tower.
Obstacles that causes intrusion:
There are number of geographical landscapes like mountains, hills, trees, metal sliding, building materials, wire mesh, and concrete that blocks reception from the cell towers causing dropped calls and poor signal. The fact that geographical elements that obstruct the connection of cells towers are also found in other countries confirm that the problem is definitely a common occurrence. The good news is there is a solution.
Cell signal booster solution
Cell phone signal boosters, also called repeater, was developed to tackle the two causes of poor cell phone signal. A typical booster is created and designed to amplify a faint external signal and bypass any blockages to deliver a powerful inside signal to places that was previously lacking.
How does it work?
This describes how a signal booster for a building works. There are other types called the cradle booster which is created for one device at a time. For a building, the device is mounted on the roof in an area where there is no signal. The pointer is passed from the outer part of the antenna by a cable to a signal amp within the building. Once the signal gets activated, it is sent to an inside aerial where it can be distributed to places that needs reception.
If you are experiencing reception problems consistently because of your location, you can solve it by getting a booster today.