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Old August 17th 13, 08:45 PM posted to alt.cellular.attws
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In a house in the hills there's no signal. Is it feasible to
get some sort of more-sensitive receiver/antenna/relay station?
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Old August 20th 13, 01:40 PM posted to alt.cellular.attws
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In a house in the hills there's no signal. Is it feasible to
get some sort of more-sensitive receiver/antenna/relay station?


The answer is a highly qualified 'yes'. I've done that in W NC but was
unable to duplicate the solution a mile down the road.


 




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