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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Kissing Lettuce, Jun 10, 2005.

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  1. First off are signal dropouts caused by moving from one
    cell and then into another? and when you move from
    an open area to say inside a building or behind a hill or
    a 'dark spot' where there is less signal penetration....

    Would allowing you to roam between networks when the
    signal level drops below a certain point solve the problem
    and if it would why aren't the networks allowing this to
    happen? It surely wouldn't be a cost to them to allow for
    this would it?
     
  2. Rod Speed

    Rod Speed Guest

    Not usually.
    Nothing in it for them in most situations.
    Corse it does, they have to pay for the use of the other networks.
     
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