Here is the AT&T disclaimer for their coverage map.. (And I'm sure it's standard fare for all carriers)Should I always be in LTE? I'm on AT&T and I am fully blanketed by LTE in all directions. Why does the cellular keep switching back between 4g and lte?
Thanks.A cellular amp, sometimes referred to as a BDA (bi-directional amplifier) is a device installed in buildings, usually, with an external antenna outside and another broadcast antenna indoors, which boosts the signal of a selected frequency band.
I used one successfully for a Sprint air card for a while, and also have one at my office to boost a certain non-cellular signal in the basement.
It shouldn't hurt to ask though. Maybe they'd consider the AT&T Microcell for the office. Are there many other AT&T users in your office?Thanks.
Doesn't sound like I could set this up without my employer's permission or assistance. They have something like this for Verizon, since that's the carrier the Company uses for business phones. Unfortunately, for this situation, I'm with AT&T.