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The bars that signal intensity of the cellular network have gone from a full bars to none or just a very few in one day and I have been at the same location for years


There may be interference in the environment that you are in. It could be a few different things like buildings or new radio towers that may interfere with the signal. I put a metal roof on my house and that had dropped my signal a few bars for the fact that the roof is reflecting the signal more than just a shingle roof would have. You can get a signal amplifier for your specific frequency of carrier. There some for your home that act like a wifi repeater inside your house that will give you a better signal. There are lots out there so make sure you get the right one. Go to a search engine like google and search for your phones brand, model # and service provider for example ( "Samsung sgh-s9875 AT&T" cell phone signal booster) put your info of your phone where the quotes are but leave the quotes out. I had put one here to give you an idea of what to look for. It may or may not work for your case.

Oct 10, 2015 | cellular Cell Phones

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Is a signal booster known by any other names?


it may also be called a cellular repeater, or wireless/cell phone repeater

Jan 29, 2013 | Radio Communications

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No network coverage solution for samsung E2230


First Option:
Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network Signal If Network Signal Problem not Solved So
Secend Option:
Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC
And Network Signal Problem will Solved
if it is there isn't much you can do on this side of the network.
Contact your phone company.

Aug 15, 2012 | Samsung Cell Phones

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No 3G signal on htc desire hd


3G depends on various factors . The basic requirement being a 3g enabled sim card .
1) Go to settings > wireless and network settings>mobile network> access point names> you need the APN from your service provider . 2) Also set the network to WCDMA/ GSM Auto .

Aug 08, 2011 | HTC Desire HD Cell Phone

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I am looking for a camera that I can hide somewhere in my house to record what is going on inside and view the recordings online either recorded or live.


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It catches network when their is strong signal but in areas that are not having strong signals it says no network coverage


Keep in mind, poor reception is not something that your service provider will fix just because you want them to. It must be justifiably cost effective for them to put up new towers, which will ultimately be criticized by cities, home owners associations, etc. Most users think there is nothing they can do to improve their cell phone reception by themselves. This is most certainly untrue, and the following will explain what you can do to ensure great mobile coverage without waiting for a new tower to magically appear.
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  1. 1Battery. Your cell phone uses a lot more power when connecting a call than when it is on standby. Often, your battery can be strong enough to attempt a call, but not strong enough to find a signal. If you find you are having signal problems, try to keep your battery charged to 2 bars or higher. Ads by Google
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  2. 2Landscape. Buildings and other large structures are very unfriendly to cell phone signal. Rather than making calls from deep inside buildings try moving outside or to a window to place your call. If you are having reception problems on the street try walking to the nearest intersection as they typically have better coverage. Cellular band radio waves do not effectively penetrate earth: if you are underground you will likely receive no signal.
  3. 3Install a cellular repeater. If you are having cell problems in one location, such as your home or office, then try installing a cellular repeater. Cell phone repeaters pick up low cell signal with an antenna, boost the signal and broadcast it over the coverage area. They typically need at least 2 bars of signal where the antenna is placed (usually outside or on the roof) but can substantially improve cell reception, as well as battery life and data download speeds. Some repeaters might need technical knowledge such as the frequency of your carrier, and only work for one service provider. For a less technical approach that improves reception on all carriers, use a dual-band cell phone repeater.
  4. 4Upgrade your antenna. A few cell phone manufacturers make a "Hi-gain" antenna for their handsets, which may be changed in-store or by the user at home. Although these won’t improve signal as much (or at all) as a repeater these antennas are relatively inexpensive and you are not confined to one location.
  5. 5Change networks. Most networks operate independently of one another, using their own frequencies and constructing their own cell phone towers. Chances are if the signal is bad with one network you can improve by switching. Most cellular networks these days allow you to transfer your phone number when you change provider.
  6. 6Hold your phone correctly. Mobile phone antennas are designed to project a signal outward, perpendicular to the long axis of the antenna. As such, mobile phones seek signals in a donut-esque shape around the antenna. Normally, when a mobile is held upright, this is not a problem. However, if you are holding your phone in a strange way, such as on its side or upside down, you will hinder the operation of the antenna. Hold your phone upright to guarantee that your phone can "see" your carrier signal.
  7. 7Host a cell site. This may take time, but where cell phone reception is inadequate property owners can host small cell sites on their properties for major wireless carriers. 3rd parties with Wireless Revenue Programs allow you to register your property to be eligible. Then when there is carrier interest in the area you'll be on the short list of places they choose from and will have optimal coverage. They may even pay your phone bill.

Aug 29, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Motorola M800 bag phone has reverted to analog... need digital


There is no setting for this. There is an analog only setting, but no way to turn digital off.
This sounds like an issue with your carrier. The digital signal may have failed and all the phone can find is analog. The m800 will always look for a digital signal first. Give your carrier a call and let them know. Dan

Jan 12, 2008 | Cell Phones

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1.9GHz for the PCS Data communications and the 800MHz Band for CDMA Voice Communications. It's likely the 800MHz repeater will function for this phone, provided it is intended as a mobile phone repeater. The data functionality (web, email, mms, etc.) may be limited still, but my guess is that if you are in an area that requires a repeater, you may have limited or no PCS data service anyhow.

-Josh

Nov 27, 2007 | Cell Phones

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