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SignalBoost Boosts Cell Signals

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Sep 8, 2008, 9:38 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

A new kit from Wilson Electronics will boost cell phone signal strength in a very small area, such as a car or office. SignalBoost receives wireless signals, and then rebroadcasts them. With its larger antenna and amplifier, it can improve coverage for cell phones and laptop cards. It doesn't need to be connected to the phone or wireless modem directly. The amplifier can be powered by a USB port, cigarette lighter port, or standard outlet. It supports the 800 and 1900 MHz frequencies and can work with major U.S. wireless networks. The kit comes in different configurations and ranges in price from $260 to $280.

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Sep 8, 2008, 10:11 AM


Check out Cell Ranger at half the retail price!! I've tested CellRanger and it really works!!
The Cell Ranger only boosts the incoming signal - nothing outgoing. I haven't researched this particular Wilson product - but typically Wilson products work on both the incoming and outgoing transmissions.
Sprint's Airave by samsung does the same thing for $100 retail, and gives you unlimited callling from calls placed within range of the device for that users account

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