mercredi 5 octobre 2016

A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016


A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network
Telstra's Next G network covers over 98% of the Australia population. It is a high-speed network that is currently capable of speeds of up to 21MB/s. This means that we can enjoy video calling, email, Whereis maps, News, Weather, Foxtel by mobile, data services such as high-speed internet as well as superior coverage. Unlike other 3G networks where you can get Next G reception you will have access to all Next G services such as email and all the free to browse sections on your Next G mobile phone.

 
A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016
A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016
BigPond wireless modems, Telstra Mobile Broadband modems and Next G handsets all operate on the Next G 850MHz network. The 850 MHz spectrum provides superior in building coverage .

External antennas provide significant additional coverage for Next G mobile phones. This is important if you are using your mobile phone, BigPond wireless modem or Telstra Mobile Broadband modem in rural and remote areas or along major highways.

Most antennas have a standard fitting termination either SME or FME and different mobile phones and wireless internet cards have different antenna connections. A patch lead is required to connect the mobile phone to the antennas standard fitting.

The range of Next G antennas help to maximise signal strength regardless of whether you are in your vehicle, boat or home. Our Next G antenna range incorporates different size, gain and different types of antennas, from temporary portable antenna solutions to permanent bullbar, roof mount and through windscreen options.
A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016

Generally an antenna's size is proportional to its gain and is measured in decibels, dB. The higher the gain of the antenna, the greater the signal range will be. Different gains are required for different situations as noted below:

Low gain - Metropolitan city and major regional areas (0 - 3 dB) These antennas are used to increase signal strength in good coverage areas and are portable and transmit equally in all directions. These antennas also work well in hilly areas.

Medium gain - Regional use (3 - 5 dB) Use these antennas to increase in building reception and in areas on the fringe of network coverage. These antennas transmit are omni directional i.e. they transmit equally in all directions.

High gain - Rural and Remote areas (6.5 - 7.5 dB). Used in low signal areas for home and vehicle applications. The size of our high gain antennas provides omni directional signal strength gain and significant increases in signal range.

Larger ultra high gain antennas, yagis, are also available. These are used to achieve maximum signal strength for wireless broadband modems. They are usually mounted on buildings or high on fixed structures. These antennas transmit in a fixed direction and so must be installed properly so that they are transmitting in the correct direction.

A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016
It is recommend that your antenna be installed your a car, boat or house roof as this provides height and stops the roof itself from blocking the signal. Just having an antenna outside of a home, boat or car can result in an increase of around 10 times in signal strength resulting in significantly improved performance.

Telstra has awarded several mobile phone handsets within the Next G range the blue tick. These blue tick mobile phones are recommended for rural and remote use and in areas where there is low signal strength as they provide superior reception in these areas.


A Guide to Choosing an External Antenna on Telstra's Next G Network 2016

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