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  1. #1
    evadnikufesin
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    Is there a replacement antenna that could possibily improve reception
    on the i95cl when I'm in buildings, etc?




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  2. #2
    Neon Knight
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    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    evadnikufesin <[email protected]****spam.com> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Is there a replacement antenna that could possibily improve reception
    > on the i95cl when I'm in buildings, etc?


    Yes, and it could also possibly increase your penis length.



  3. #3
    evadnikufesin
    Guest

    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 20:11:32 -0600, Neon Knight <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Yes, and it could also possibly increase your penis length.


    There's one smoldering load of dickcheese in every crowd I guess..
    And in this NG it's apparently you. Thanks for letting me know.





  4. #4
    Neon Knight
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    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    evadnikufesin <[email protected]****spam.com> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > There's one smoldering load of dickcheese in every crowd I guess..
    > And in this NG it's apparently you. Thanks for letting me know.


    That's what happens when you ask a stupid question. Tell me, just how
    many of those stick on antenna boosters have you bought?



  5. #5
    evadnikufesin
    Guest

    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 06:20:29 -0600, Neon Knight <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >That's what happens when you ask a stupid question. Tell me, just how
    >many of those stick on antenna boosters have you bought?


    You mean those adhesive tape things? None.. Thanks for asking..

    Look for various electronics devices there are antennas that will
    adjust db gain. You can buy them for Linksys routers, for example. I
    was just asking if there was anything similar for the nextel phones
    that doesn't require some external car-based antenna. No need to be a
    dickwad, pal.

    Of course, perhaps you can't help it.



  6. #6
    MichiganHotBear
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    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    "evadnikufesin" <[email protected]****spam.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 06:20:29 -0600, Neon Knight <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >That's what happens when you ask a stupid question. Tell me, just how
    > >many of those stick on antenna boosters have you bought?

    >
    > You mean those adhesive tape things? None.. Thanks for asking..
    >
    > Look for various electronics devices there are antennas that will
    > adjust db gain. You can buy them for Linksys routers, for example. I
    > was just asking if there was anything similar for the nextel phones
    > that doesn't require some external car-based antenna. No need to be a
    > dickwad, pal.
    >
    > Of course, perhaps you can't help it.


    Out of all the newsgroups I occasionally visit, this one clearly has the
    most self-appointed geniuses.






  7. #7
    evadnikufesin
    Guest

    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 18:11:36 -0500, "MichiganHotBear"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Out of all the newsgroups I occasionally visit, this one clearly has the
    >most self-appointed geniuses.


    lol!

    Thanks for the tip...





  8. #8
    Al Klein
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    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 09:49:30 -0800, evadnikufesin
    <[email protected]****spam.com> said in alt.cellular.nextel:

    >Look for various electronics devices there are antennas that will
    >adjust db gain. You can buy them for Linksys routers, for example. I
    >was just asking if there was anything similar for the nextel phones
    >that doesn't require some external car-based antenna.


    Nope - no such thing. Keeping in mind that a Nextel phone runs at 1/3
    the frequency of a Linksys router (for b or g), the antenna would have
    to be 3 times as long. And it would only give you a small
    improvement.



  9. #9
    evadnikufesin
    Guest

    Re: i95cl replacement antenna?

    On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 04:16:38 GMT, Al Klein <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 09:49:30 -0800, evadnikufesin
    ><[email protected]****spam.com> said in alt.cellular.nextel:
    >
    >>Look for various electronics devices there are antennas that will
    >>adjust db gain. You can buy them for Linksys routers, for example. I
    >>was just asking if there was anything similar for the nextel phones
    >>that doesn't require some external car-based antenna.

    >
    >Nope - no such thing. Keeping in mind that a Nextel phone runs at 1/3
    >the frequency of a Linksys router (for b or g), the antenna would have
    >to be 3 times as long. And it would only give you a small
    >improvement.


    Thank, sir..!




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