These days, mobile phones are used for a wide variety of things other than just speaking to someone while on the move. You can access the internet, send IMs, and check your email, as well as stream music and films. One major thing that gets in the way of all this is disconnectivity, which generally stems from a frustratingly weak signal that leaves you with a frozen screen or unresponsive apps.
There is good news though; there are proven ways to improve your phone’s signal, and the best one so far is the use of a cell phone signal booster. If you’ve seen an advertisement of one, you’ve probably wondered how it works.
How Cell Phone Signal Boosters Work
Also called a signal repeater, a signal booster functions by essentially boosting signal strength. What you get at the other end is stronger reception and consequently, clearer and cleaner audio as well as uninterrupted signal. There is an aerial on the outside and one on the inside, which work together with the mobile repeater and the cable. The whole setup effectively improves the signal you have coming into your home or office.
The main problem with mobile signals is that they can be easily disrupted, and the disruption can be from something as seemingly trivial as a tall building that’s in the way. If there is one, you get weaker reception at your end, which means a patchy and unreliable signal. With a mobile signal booster you can have the readily available signal picked up and bolstered to its maximum potential, which brings down the effects of interference.
Is This Guaranteed?
Despite the process sounding so simple, a phone booster can be an indispensible tool in places where it is needed. That said, it can only work to amplify signals which already exist, which is to say it cannot actually create a signal out of thin air. If you happen to be in coverage black spot (an area which no signal is able to reach), a booster would not be of any use. This is because of the lack of a signal which could be amplified.
In order to figure out whether a signal booster would be any good in your situation, you could take your phone and try standing outside. If even a single bar or more shows up, then a signal booster would make a difference to the coverage you get on the inside of the building. If, on the other hand, there isn’t a single bar of coverage, then a booster would be practically useless.