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					Why do we need mobile signal boosters?
  Mobile signal coverage is affected by many factors,
  Building Construction Rural Areas and Remote Locations Large Buildings Dense
Urban Areas Interference
  Coverage varies by network and population and varies considerably across the UK,
many rural areas aren't served very well, this is because the network operators can't or
won't justify the cost of building additional mobile network base stations. More and
more of the population is using mobile communication as there primary form of
contact rather than fixed line.
  The type of building materials used in the construction of the building can greatly
affect the penetration of mobile signals. Parallel metal structures cause interference
and make difficult for mobile phone signals to penetrate. Many modern buildings
have metal structures which can result in little or no mobile signal and buildings
utilizing reinforced concrete have the same issue. Older buildings with thicker denser
walls can also cause problems for mobile signals.
  Even in densely populated areas mobile signal reception can vary considerably even
when there is adequate provision of network base stations as a result of interference
because of the density signal transmissions.
  Mobile Signal Boosters (or Mobile Repeaters) are a type of bi directional amplifier.
They are a device for used for boosting the mobile phone signal (or reception) to the
local area by using a reception antenna (e.g the External Panel Antenna), a signal
amplifier (e.g. the mobile booster) and an internal rebroadcast antenna (e.g. the
Internal Whip Antenna).
  Mobile signal boosters are similar to the network base stations that the mobile
network operators use to broadcast, but much smaller and usually intended for use in
one building or group of buildings. The Mobile Signal Booster Kits we provide use a
directional external antenna to collect the best mobile network signal. which is then
transmitted via a Coax cable to the Mobile Signal Booster, which amplifies the signal
and retransmits it locally via the internal antenna, providing vastly improved mobile
signal strength.

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