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sad guy

@198.45.179.x

could someone tell me a good booster and antenna system 4g

Still trying decide if i'm gonna wait for bit or go 4g but if i go 4g i'll need an antenna and booster/amp. Whats a good one? The system must be entirely indoors.



sad guy

@198.45.179.x

as far as i know i would be using millenicom.


Max Signal
Premium
join:2008-03-07
Buffalo, NY
kudos:1

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reply to sad guy

said by sad guy :

Still trying decide if i'm gonna wait for bit or go 4g but if i go 4g i'll need an antenna and booster/amp. Whats a good one? The system must be entirely indoors.

No such thing , you must have an antenna outdoors as your donor antenna for a system to operate properly and also have proper antenna separation to prevent system from oscillating.


sad guy

@198.45.179.x

are their an outdoor antennas that can send the signal indoors wirelessly



sad guy

@198.45.179.x
reply to Max Signal

so getting a Wilson booster an an indoor antenna wouldn't help? Well that sucks



Jim_in_VA

join:2004-07-11
Cobbs Creek, VA
kudos:4

you put the antenna outdoors on the roof, run the cable to the Millenicom Hotspot and that's it. Why do you think a booster is needed?
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sad guy

@198.45.179.x

To boost the signal. My signal strength is around 100db


wirelessdog

join:2008-07-15
Queen Anne, MD
kudos:1
reply to sad guy

With an outdoor antenna?

With all this posting you should really register for this site.


Twohot

join:2012-12-19
USA
reply to sad guy

You need to provide more information before anyone can give you good advice on what to purchase to boost your signal.

First of all, explain why you were wanting a system that is entirely indoors or an antenna which can function wirelessly. Are you living at a location that won't allow you to install an outdoor antenna and run the cable from it to the house?

Next, do you know about how far away you are from the closest tower you'd be connecting to for 4G? Do you have direct line of sight to the tower or is there trees, hills, buildings, and other obstructions in the way? Describe the location around where your at and the type of signal you get outdoors.



Jim_in_VA

join:2004-07-11
Cobbs Creek, VA
kudos:4

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reply to sad guy

with Verizon LTE, 100 db is a decent signal. Not the same as 3G:

Better than -96dBm is a great signal
Between -97dBm and -107dBm is good
Between -108dBm and -114dBm is fair
Worse than -115dBm is poor
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sad guy

join:2013-03-11

Sorry I only have a 3g phone and didn't know 4g was rated differently. My landlord will not allow me to run wires through the wall or roof


sad guy

join:2013-03-11
reply to sad guy

Got an email from Wilson and they said they have an indoor 4g system for 1200 bucks.


wirelessdog

join:2008-07-15
Queen Anne, MD
kudos:1
reply to sad guy

Google OTARD



Jim_in_VA

join:2004-07-11
Cobbs Creek, VA
kudos:4

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reply to sad guy

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sad guy

join:2013-03-11

i thought wilson was the most trusted name in the business?


sad guy

join:2013-03-11
reply to wirelessdog

it gives me the right to put an antenna up but i honestly don't see where it gives me the right to drill holes in wall to run the wire in the house.


sad guy

join:2013-03-11
reply to sad guy

This is the product that was suggested to me. It says it needs an outdoor antenna but i was told that i could use it as a entirely indoor system.


sad guy

join:2013-03-11

sorry forgot to post the link.

We also have the AG Pro-Quint (803470, price $1,287.72)
»www.wilsonelectronics.com/store/···e:803470