Signal Repeater Kit for 3G Data & Calls/SMS – RP-W (2100MHz)
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|NOTE: In Northern Ireland, O2 and Vodafone use 900Mhz for voice while 800Mhz for 4G. EE, T-Mobile and Orange uses 1800Mhz for 2G and 4G. All operators use 2100Mhz for 3G.|
|DISCLAIMER: We do not warrant the accuracy of this data, since they are pulled from 3rd-party data provider. All data on this page is subject to change without notice.|
Kit VS. Repeater + PSU Only
|Bundle Option||Short Descripton|
|Easy Install Kit||Choose this option to get all the components needed in setting up your Signal Repeater System. Kit includes; the repeater, 1x indoor antenna, 1x outdoor antenna, coaxial cable, and power supply|
|Repeater + PSU Only||Choose this option to get the repeater and power supply only (indoor/external antenna & cable are NOT INCLUDED). Suited for DIYers and enthusiasts who knows what they're doing. Best for custom installation.|
The RP-W is a mobile phone signal booster kit for 3G data and GSM Voice networks @ 2100MHz. It comes as kit and includes the repeater device, 1 x outdoor antenna, 1 x indoor antenna, power supply and coax cables.
Owning this device will surely help in improving your mobile phone's signal reception inside your home or office. Perfect when you have little to no signal at all in basement/underground, thick walled rooms, or fully insulated walls and attic.
Note:For voice only repeaters, you need to find your frequency in order to know what voice repeater to choose. If you you're on 2100MHz, then pick this repeater. If 900MHz, then get the 900MHz repeater.
Turn off cellular data mode under your phone's settings, before doing the field test - read on the 3G section of the guide.
3G/GSM-Voice Repeater For Your Home or Small-Office
- Provides 3G signal at 2100Mhz and also Voice/SMS at 2100MHz, where available
- Manufactured in Ireland
- Legal and fully EU compliant
- Boosts all mobile operators
- Everything included for complete installation
- Coverage: ~4 rooms
- No Sim card required, no extra bills
How it Works
- The outdoor antenna installed outside your house collects the 3G signal from all operators and sends it down the cable to the 3G repeater.
- The 3G repeater then amplifies this signal and re-transmits it into the area where you want coverage.
- Mobile phones and laptops in that area then communicate with the improved 3G signal.
- 3G can be used for voice and data.
- If you can can receive at least 2 bars of 3G signal outside your house, then this repeater is a good choice for you.
Note: Mobile networks either transmit 3G at 900 or 2100Mhz.
How To Buy?
You can call us to order using this number +353 22 23440 or use the "Add to Cart" button on this page and go through the secured, easy and fast checkout process.
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How Will My Order Be Delivered?
All orders are shipped via express delivery and are normally delivered within 1-4 business days. Your order will be dispatched directly from our warehouse and you will be provided a tracking information for your order, after it is dispatched. If you have any questions on your order status, please contact us.
So, what are you waiting for? Order today and start boosting your cellphone signal at home.
If all 6 (1-6) green LEDs all lit up, the signal from the indoor antenna will be able to cover 30mx30m of open space.The omni-directional ceiling mount antenna on the other hand, is able to cover a radius of 17m.
With the omnidirectional antenna, signal passes through non-metal doors. It is not possible to pass through a solid wall. However, it will bounce off the walls and pass through the doors.
So, if you have a 2-3 storey house, with solid internal walls and a concrete ceiling between the floors, then you will need a 4-port repeater (Office Repeater). Office Style Repeters comes with 4 individually amplified internal antennas and is better suited for this type of house. It is also more suitable for offices.
However, this is only in open space. In practice, it equates to about 4 sized rooms in a typical building layout. The coverage depends on the type of walls inside your building.
Concrete or metal insulated walls will reduce the coverage, whereas plaster board walls and wide open internal spaces allow an increase in coverage.
See Reference Image Below: Building A and building B
All the walls are concrete block and the doors are wooden.
Building A: In this building, we can get away with using only one antenna. The signal will pass through the doors to the three smaller rooms.
Building B: This building has a corridor separating the rooms. To achieve maximum coverage with only one antenna, we place the antenna in the corridor as shown. Notice the reduction of signal in all the rooms. Interior concrete block walls reduce coverage significantly. If you require more reliable coverage in the rooms, you will need more antennas. More antenna would mean more antenna ports are needed. If so, the we recommend the Office Repeater in this case.