Signal Repeater Kit for Calls/SMS & 3G - RP-G (900MHz)
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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. Some operators use 2100Mhz for 3G or GSM Voice.|
|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-G repeater is a remarkable device that amplifies voice signal @ 900MHz inside your home or small-office (2100MHz is used for voice in some rural regions of Ireland - so do a FIELD TEST to know which one you're currently on). It can cover up to 4 rooms and multiple users can simultaneously use and benefit from it. Also boosts 3G @ 900MHz, where available.
NOTE: To know what specific frequency you're on, you need to do a FIELD TEST - follow the steps for "Field Test For 3G". Yes, follow the steps on that section, even you're testing for voice frequency. You're either on 900MHz or 2100MHz, so you need to find which one.
If you're on 900MHz, then get the RP-G.
If you're on 2100MHz, then get the RP-W.
When testing, you need to be up high (eg. on your roof) to get better signal, and turn off Cellular Data temporarily from your phone's settings, since you're testing on voice signal frequency. You can turn it back on once done.
These are ComReg approved repeaters, and buying one is the best way of improving your phone's signal.
In Ireland, the three GSM Network infrastructure owning networks are; Eir Mobile, Vodafone Ireland and Three Ireland.
In case one of them is your favourite but you're on a certain area where signal is too weak for a clear and uninterrupted voice call, then the only and guaranteed solution will be to install one of StellaDoradus' GSM Mobile Phone Signal Repeater.
Order the RP-G Repeater Kit today and say good bye to choppy voice calls. This is a GSM signal booster for mobile phones. It works on all network broadcasting under the 900MHz frequency band. When using indoor, the boosted signal can cover around 4-rooms, and not only limited to a single user or phone. It's good to have this in homes where signal is too weak to go through thick walls and reach basement or attics.
Other Repeater Model
The RP-G is a single indoor-antenna model, if you want to cover more areas, rooms, building floor, then we highly recommend that you check on the RP-G-4P model. It's a repeater that boosts voice calls signal for large installations like multi-storey buildings.
Other models also available:
- SD-RP-1002-GW: GSM (Voice) + 3G
- SD-RP-1002-GD: GSM (Voice) + 4G (1800MHz)
- SD-RP-1002-LG: GSM (Voice) + 4G (800MHz)
- SD-RP-1002-GDW: GSM (Voice) + 3G + 4G (1800MHz)
- SD-RP-1002-LGW: GSM (Voice) + 3G + 4G (800MHz)
- SD-RP-1002-LGDWH: GSM (Voice) + 3G + 4G (800MHz / 1800MHz / 2600MHz)
SD-RP-1002-G: A Mobile Phone Signal Booster for GSM
- Frequency: 900Mhz (GSM+3G*).
- Manufactured in Ireland
- Legal and fully EU compliant
- Works with all Irish Mobile Operators
- Everything included for complete installation
- Coverage: ~4 rooms
- No Sim card required, no extra bills
How It Works?
The SD-RP-1002-G is ideal in providing strong and wider GSM signal coverage in your home or small office.
As long as there is signal outside your house/office, this device will work and can amplify the signal it receives and re-transmit the signal throughout your house or any target area. It can cover around 4 rooms.
For the repeater to work you must have at least 1 bar signal bar outside your house on your phone.
What's In The Box?
This product comes ask kit, in the box you'll fine the signal amplifier, two panel antennas - one for indoor (transmitter antenna) and one for outdoor (receiver antenna), cable set for connecting the antennas, power supply and user's manual.
What is GSM?
GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) is a digital mobile network that is widely used by mobile phone users in Ireland, Europe and other parts of the world.
GSM uses a variation of TDMA and is the most widely used of the three digital wireless telephony technologies: TDMA, GSM and code-division multiple access (CDMA). GSM digitizes and compresses data, then sends it down a channel with two other streams of user data, each in its own time slot. It operates at either the 900 megahertz (MHz) or 1,800 MHz frequency band.
GSM, together with other technologies, is part of the evolution of wireless mobile telecommunications that includes High-Speed Circuit-Switched Data (HSCSD), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), Enhanced Data GSM Environment (EDGE) and Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS).
What is a Mobile Phone Signal Repeater?
A mobile phone signal repeater receives a weak signal, amplifies and re-transmit the signal to a target area, using either an indoor or outdoor antenna transmitter. Often, the terms “booster” and “repeater” are used interchangeably. These two are entirely different. A booster only amplify the signal and re-transmits, while a repeater on top of signal amplification will filter the signal and bring in some interference control magic to provide better coexistence with other spectrum users.
Signal Repeater is the way to go if you want to boost your mobile phone signal. It's safe and legal, unlike those cheap Chinese-made boosters that you can fine on the Internet.
What Are the Things I Need To Know Before Buying?
Before buying your first GSM Signal Repeater Kit, make sure and take note of the signal frequency you are receiving in your area. GSM uses 900MHz frequency band, but some mobile network provider transmits their signal at 900 or 1800 MHz or both. So make sure you have taken note of the details.
You can read more info from the following pages:
Still not sure what booster to buy? Don't fret, you can contact us and we'll install a booster kit for you. We're not just a seller, we're also StellaDoradus' official signal booster installer in Ireland.
How To Install The StellaDoradus SD-RP1002-G Signal Booster Kit
To install the SD-RP1002-G booster kit, follow the simple steps below.
- Install the outdoor antenna in a place where you know you have reasonable signal, like your roof or mast.
- Run the cable down inside your house to the booster device and connect it. A 12 meter cable length should be the maximum for optimal performance.
- Attach the outdoor antenna cable the indoor panel antenna to the repeater.
- Plug in the power to the booster device.
- You're done!
There are smartphone apps available that you can use to exactly point your receiver antenna to the nearest network operator's mast.
We recommend the OpenSignal app for both iPhone and Android.
NOTE: The external receiver antenna has an LED light signal strength indicator. Please refer to the YouTube below on how to use.
The data table below is the SD-RP1002-G Repeater full technical specification.
|Frequency Bands (Mhz)||880-960MHz|
|Coverage||1000m2 (open space)|
|Number of Users||Unlimited|
|Gain||Uplink Gp > 50dB|
Downlink Gp > 60dB
|Pass Band Ripple||< 4dB|
|I/O Impedance||50 ohm/SMA female connector|
|Max Uplink/Downlink Signal Strength||17dBm / 10dBm|
|Ambient Temperature||-30°C to +70°C|
|Power Supply Input||110 - 240V AC|
|Power Supply Output||12v DC|
|Uplink Switch Off||Yes**|
|Surge Protection||connectors DC grounded, 12V DC port MOV protected|
|Nominal Gain||6.4dBi / 9.4dBi|
|3dB Beam Pattern||60° x 60°|
|Bandwidth||790-960MHz + 1710-2700MHz|
|Front to Back Ratio||> 20dB|
|Cross Pol. Discrimination||-20dB|
|Dimensions||210 x 180 x 43mm|
|Working Temperature||-40°C to +65°C|
|Power Supply Specification|
|DC Input||12V 0.5A|
|Typical Power Usage||6W|
|Mounting||4 x 5mm holes for mounting|
|Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.|
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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.