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+353 51 387145

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    Mobile phone networks with the best and worst reception

    29th October 2013

    Which mobile networks have the best and worst reception? That is a difficult question to answer due to the various factors that contribute to good or bad network signals. Each network for example claims to cover a certain percentage of the population, however the actual strength in each location will vary. They each provide coverage […]

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    Solutions to poor mobile phone signals in remote locations

    21st October 2013

    Poor mobile phone signals are synonymous with remote locations. Dropped calls and poor mobile reception are part of day to day life for people residing or visiting rural locations and other areas out of reach of mobile operator base stations. While this may be tolerable in some situations, this may be a problem in your […]

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    Are mobile signal boosters illegal in the UK?

    23rd September 2013

    In this article I will explain the legal situation with regard to installing a mobile signal booster in the UK. How serious is it? Are there any fines. The UK mobile regulator, Ofcom, have stated on their site that the use of a mobile signal booster can result in a fine if caught. They also state: […]

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    Cellular repeater radiation | Does a Mobile Repeater emit harmful radiation in my house?

    9th September 2013

     Cellular repeater radiation is truly tiny! This is a question that is often asked and the short answer is that a repeater outputs 50 – 100 times less power than a mobile phone. The amplifiers used in StellaDoradus repeaters are the same that are used in mobile phones. However, we do not turn it up […]

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    2G, 3G and 4G explained.

    2nd September 2013

    All these standards get a bit confusing. What do they all mean? In this article, I will explain it all for you. 1G (1981) – the first generation Back in 1981, the mobile operators needed some type of standard to let analogue mobile phones speak to each other. 1G stands for 1st generation, and it […]

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    Can my neighbour use my mobile phone repeater?

    29th August 2013

    If I have a mobile phone repeater installed in my house, can my neighbour use my mobile phone repeater, and if so, will I end up paying for his calls? No, you will not end up paying for his bills. The billing is associated with the SIM card in your phone.  Every phone has a unique SIM card.  […]

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    How to get the best from your mobile phone signal booster

    12th August 2013

    An easy description of how your mobile phone signal booster works. A mobile phone signal booster ( also called a Repeater) consists of 3 main parts,   The outdoor antenna The amplifier  The indoor antenna The outdoor antenna receives the signal from the mobile operator. This signal is passed to an amplifier via a cable. The amplifier […]

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    How can I boost mobile signal in my house

    26th July 2013

    1) Boost mobile signal for the home with internal coverage 1000m2 By far the easiest and most effective solution to boost mobile signal in your home is to install a mobile signal repeater – the StellaHome repeater kit. You don’t need to consult your mobile operator. You don’t need to call an installation team to install it for […]

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    Poor mobile phone coverage in a shopping center and a solution.

    4th July 2013

    Why is there often poor mobile phone coverage in your shopping centre? Have you noticed poor mobile phone coverage in large shopping centres in your area? The reason is, many such shopping centres are clad in steel panels, and have very few windows. Radio waves can’t penetrate steel panels. They act as a Faraday cage. Its very […]

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