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Best Way to Boost 4G Signal in Low Penetration Areas

27 Feb 2019
Boosting 4G signal in low penetration areas

Penetration of mobile signal, especially data signal 3G and 4G can be weak in buildings with thick walls or mountainous areas. You may be sitting on your living room couch and using an internet connection from your phone, when suddenly the 3G or 4G signal drops.

The construction material of a building, which can be a house, place of work, or shopping mall can be one of the causes of weak signal. Or the signal reach from the cell tower may be just not reaching your area well enough.

If you continue to experience service fading in and out around a building, or when the mobile signal improves when you stand near a window, it’s likely the signal is being blocked. Or the signal is not reaching inside well enough.

StellaHome-L 4G repeater is an effective 3G, 4G, LTE signal booster that expands coverage within a building. It receives the original signal from the cell tower and produces a stronger 4G signal. This is convenient for boosting mobile signal in an office and increases mobile coverage in rooms within a building.

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The 800Mhz 4G signal

The 800Mhz band is very important in that it penetrates even thicker walls in buildings. This band is referred to as a wider coverage band. By using a repeater, it receives the weaker signal from the cell tower and converts it into the 800Mhz LTE band inside a building.

800Mhz is a lower frequency band which offers significant advantages inside buildings for high speed mobile internet. This band provides powerful penetration, meaning it passes through thick concrete walls. This solves the lack of data signals 3G, 4G, LTE in an area.

The best way to boost the 4G signal in areas with low signal coverage is to set up a 4G repeater. It solves 4G poor coverage issue once-and-for-all

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