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  1. #16
    Bob Smith
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    Re: using the antenna during a call


    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > >

    > > I know from my experience with my 8100 that I am frequnetly raising
    > > the antenna (many times after connecting a call, completely ignoring
    > > that warning sticker on my phone). And that's not even in fringe areas.
    > > I know that on my old digital StarTac I never had to extend the antenna.

    >
    > does raising the antenna help with the call clarity, or just with

    reception?
    >

    Reception.

    Bob





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  2. #17
    Jammy
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    Re: using the antenna during a call




    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > does raising the antenna help with the call clarity, or just with

    reception?

    Reception here too!

    Jammy






  3. #18
    Stromm Sarnac
    Guest

    Re: using the antenna during a call

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
    says...
    > > >

    > > I know from my experience with my 8100 that I am frequnetly raising
    > > the antenna (many times after connecting a call, completely ignoring
    > > that warning sticker on my phone). And that's not even in fringe areas.
    > > I know that on my old digital StarTac I never had to extend the antenna.

    >
    > does raising the antenna help with the call clarity, or just with reception?
    >
    >
    >

    Well, the party line on digital is that as long as you have any amount
    of signal, your clarity will be the same.

    Truth of the matter is yes, in certain situations having the antenna
    up does equate to better clarity. It must be coincidental that the
    signal strength is better too



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