I Need to Improve My Farm’s Indoor and Outdoor Cell Phone Signal
We want to help you improve your farm’s indoor and outdoor cell phone signal.
And don’t forget, we are also here to help you purchase the perfect tractor for your farm when the time comes.
Let’s get started discussing how to improve your indoor and outdoor cell phone signal.
Cell Signal Challenge
There are multiple reasons that can cause you to get fewer “signal” bars, more dropped calls, and far lower data rates.
The following tips and strategies are not exclusive. Often you will have a combination of these challenges in your location.
Heavy Cellular Traffic
Substantial cellular traffic is common in rush hour periods. This is when people are texting, making calls home, or downloading videos.
These signals are all getting space on the same tower, and if you are already connected to a network, the chances are that you will remain connected.
However, when the current cell tower hands-off to the next cell tower, you might lose your connection.
The farther you are from a cell tower, the weaker the signal.
When your cell phone is communicating with a cell tower --- the tower will tell it, via the downlink frequency, what frequency, and power setting to use.
If your cell phone can’t hear the cell tower's instructions, it will drop your call.
Similarly, if the cell tower can’t hear that your cell phone has confirmed its instructions, via the uplink frequency, it will drop your call.
Always keep your battery optimally charged.