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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yea there are high gain antennas. Here are some on a site i would recommend
The more you spend the more purchase you will get. Go for one with a high dBi. Also be aware that you may want an omni-directional one if you want the signal to be boosted in all areas
Posted on May 05, 2008
it could be the connection on the back of the reciever that could be bad. I would call sirius and see if your reciever is under warranty still, if not i can almost garauntee that your tuner antenna input is bad, if your antenna is brand new.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
The tuner is bad. The antenna miniport on your tuner has either a broken or cold solder joint and therefore will not receive. If it's under warranty, they will replace it, if not, you can buy the tuner re-built on Ebay for around 50.00 and is better than new. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
The bars show relative signal strength.
If the Motorola is on the same provider, it is the Palm smartphone that is the fault. It may just be you got a less than sensitive one. You should probably contact Palm and see if there is anything they can do short of exchanging it, otherwise exchange it and keep exchanging them until you get one that works. In mass production- these things happen.
If the Motorola is with a different carrier, that may be the difference- they are line of sight devices and the provider you have for the Palm may not have an antenna in your vicinity pointed in the correct direction for you. Which means complaining to the carrier since you know the external antenna works, but the Palm does not.
Posted on Jul 07, 2012
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