The question many people ask themselves is “How do cell amplifiers from work?” While using a cell phone, it at times gets difficult to get a proper signal while you are in some regions such as in the countryside or even when you are indoors. The barriers to proper signals coverage on your cell phone may be cause by a variety of reasons such as the brand of the cell phone, electronic interferences your phone picks or even the distance you are from your local cell tower that provides your phone with signals.

Cell Amplifiers

All these and many other barriers not mentioned above lead to lost calls, distortion and dropouts of calls from different interested callers. If sometimes you are forced to move towards the window, or even go to a valley to get a proper reception for the cell phone signal, don’t worry yourself out, you may consider getting a cell amplifier which can be purchased in your local cell phone dealer. The working of a cell amplifier requires the understanding of the basics involved in this amplifier. A cell amplifier consists of three key components which are listed below:

  • Signal booster, which is used in enhancing the power of a single signal by more than 50 decibels.
  • Internal antenna, which communicates with your cell through rebroadcasting and thus directing the signal indoors.
  • External directional antenna, which allows communication between the nearest local cell tower and the cell amplifier.

This brings us to our question of “How do cell amplifiers from work?”Well, a cell amplifier acts as a smaller version of a cell tower, which is useful in making countless repetitions to and from the original cell network or tower. The working of a cell amplifier may also be enhanced by the ability of the cell amplifier to handle numerous calls at the same time, a feature that is installed in some cell amplifiers.

Such a feature is very useful in that the cell amplifier may be used by multiple users in the same vicinity, while connecting and speaking at the same time with a clear response for all the users.

For this to happen, one needs the skills of a technician who is well versed with amplifiers and amplifier-related knowledge so as to aid in the installation of the cell amplifier.

An important factor to consider during the installation procedure of the cell amplifier is the orientation of the antenna, mostly the external one. Where it will be positioned is a key to getting proper signal strength and thus, proper antenna placement is very useful in the entire process of installation.

The working of the cell amplifier is determined by the antenna orientation and, therefore, its placement will give the strongest signal while considering the power output of the cell amplifier.

If one knows exactly where the external cell tower is, then one can position their cell amplifier in an appropriate direction that taps the signals from that same mother cell tower. This will be done through manual experimentation by you using your cell amplifier, and check where it indicates that the signal is strongest, that is where you should place it.