- 06-29-2012, 06:02 PM #1Newbie
My townhouse is driving me crazy and acting like a poor mans fariday cage. No matter what phone I used, I get dropped calls unless I run to the glass door to recieve a stronger signal from the cell tower.
I am looking for a phone that has a large enough display, larger then the Samsung m350 phone, that can except the High speed packet access frequencies 900-1900 mhz and, has a larger battery 1,500 MAh and, a more sensitive front end receiver.
I may be better off with one of the first generation HSPA phones that may have a larger battery and a lower frequency receiver. Anytime a transmitter broadcast a lower frequency, the signal is less susceptible to be absorbed by organic mater "trees brush" and better able to penetrate structures. Yes, a older generation HSPA phone may have a slower packet download speed, but that is fine.
Worst case senario, buy a small femta cell repeater for my home.
L-tronics FCC and hamradio licensed
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- 06-29-2012, 06:14 PM #2/\/\s.Super/\/\odette
Re: From a former radio electronics tech, which phones old and new, support the HSPA 900-1900 which
Today, I called Sprint to complain about connectivity issues in my home using my HTC EVO 4G LTE.
They are sending my an Airave to boost the signal. Maybe your carrier can do the same for you