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i saw it work, have you seen these?

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i recently rode along with a buddy who had a cell booster in his pickup. I was getting service where I never had before. He unplugged it from the lighter socket to prove it to me and my phone immediately went to "NO SERVICE". He got it off some wireless warehouse site.
Has anyone else been around these?
I want some feedback on different terrain before i go and order mine.
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nope not even close, this thing is wireless, all you do is get in the vehicle that the booster is in. It will boost multiple phones at the same time. It is like a mini-repeater-tower on your car.

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I couldnt wait for any feedback, i saw it work, so i ordered it!
well, i got it this AM, and let me tell you, I wouldnt let alot of people i know try to install it. If you cant install a CB, 2way, or stereo it will take some trial and error.

If the antennas arent right, or the inside receiver is too close to metal, or you place your outside antenna too close to the edge of the roof, or your extra cable is looped together instead of strung out, You will NOT see much improvement (only 1 bar).

but after 45 mins of moving things around I get 3 bars more with the booster plugged in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I drove to my known dropped call areas and talked right through them with 2-3 bars. Seeing is believing and so is Using!
A google article i found about them...
With the increased demand and use of cellular phones in today\'s consumer marketplace, Richardson has designed the Call Capture cellular signal enhancers to accommodate the usage of cellular phones in today\'s operating environment. With over 400,000 Call Capture systems already sold to automobile manufacturers, Richardson believes its new consumer based product line of cellular signal enhancers will fill a void in an untapped market.

The Call Capture cellular signal enhancer features include the following:

-- Wireless - No physical connection to phone
-- Easy do-it-yourself installation
-- Dual band (operates at both 800 and 1900 MHz)
-- Compatible with all cellular service providers
-- Increases signal strength up to 10 times
-- Reduces the number of dropped calls
-- Increases call clarity
-- Extends cellular range for voice and data
-- Compatible with Bluetooth® hands-free devices
-- Phone operates at reduced power level
-- Operates with multiple phones simultaneously
-- Meets QS9000/ISO9001 standards
-- Compatible with all wireless data cards
-- Designed and manufactured in the USA
For product availability and further information on the Call Capture cellular signal enhancer, please visit

so far this is the cheapest "authorized dealer" I can find.
I did find a place on ebay but he says "we dont accept returns" and that makes me a little leary. JMO
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Thats pretty cool. Now can we mod it on the wheelers. I know I'm not the only one who thought of it. LOL
Im going to look into one of them things cause the majority of places I ride have no service either, but then again, maybe thats why I like riding in the dead zones, lol.
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