Signal Booster Indoor Antennas




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1- Omni-directional dome antennas



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2- Panel antennas



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Antenna Placement

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When placing your antennas, its important to consider the distance between the outside and inside antennas. A cellular booster system works best with a greater distance between the two antennas. If they are too close together, it can create oscillation, or feedback. Feedback is when the outside antenna picks up the signal from the inside antenna, and attempts to feed it back into the system. Its like bringing a microphone too close to a speaker!
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Dont go overboard, though! While distance between the two antennas helps the system to work at its best, after a certain point, theres a trade-off in signal loss. All cables have signal loss, and the longer the cable you need to connect the antennas to the amplifier, the greater the signal loss will be.
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