O2 is one of the largest and oldest cellular service providers in the UK. There are millions of people who use O2 as their cellular carrier. But, this is unfortunate that despite having such a huge infrastructure thousands of O2 customers still struggle to get proper mobile signal. Those people facing signal issues need O2 Signal Repeater.
A signal repeater is also known as a mobile signal booster. It is a small electronic device that helps boost the weak mobile signal. A Signal booster has three main components i.e., an internal antenna, an external antenna, and an amplifier. All these three components are connected together with a coax cable. When you buy a signal booster you get all these components including the coax cable in the package that is delivered to your address.
The external antenna is placed outside the building, usually on the roof of the building. This is where this antenna can catch the existing weak signal from the nearest cellular tower. It catches the signal and sends that to the amplifier. The amplifier then boosts that signal to make it complete 5 bar stronger. The amplifier after boosting the signal sends that to the internal antenna for broadcasting.
This internal antenna is placed inside the building where boosted signal is required. The internal antenna broadcasts the boosted signal inside the building. This way the residents in the building enjoy super-strong signals.