Subject: How do internal atenna boosters for cellular phones increase the reception?
Date: Thu May 3 03:41:37 2001
Posted by duke
Grade level: undergrad
School: university of houston
City: houston State/Province: tx
Area of science: Physics
Internal atenna boosters are thin metal strips that fits between the battery
and the cellular phone and claims to increase reception performance for analog
as well as digital cellular phones. It also claim to be equivilent to having a
4 foot antenna in a metal strip that is 2 inches long. How does it work and
does it help for digital phones a lot?
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