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It's Time For the Descent Games Return

NDeans Hell Yes! (251 comments)

I loved playing Descent. We had our first LAN party back in the day with that game.

about 2 months ago
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Recommendations for Cellular Signal Repeaters?

NDeans From Direct experience: (64 comments)

Speaking from a sales and Installation experience, the JDTeck at http://www.jdteck.com/ line of Active Cellular repeters is the best bang for the buck. $695 retail will get you the JD65-XT which is a full-duplex active repeater, allowing up to 20 simultaneous calls. I have installed 3 of these units for various customers and have had excellent results.

When I call to order one they ask the Zip and carrier and will do a tower location to find the best frequency for you and send it along. It is a full kit with a flat panel antenna for 1900 (PCS) kits or a directional Yagi for other frequencies.

Keep in mind I set these up in a rural environment with distance to tower being 3-6 miles. But this sounds like it would do the trick for you.

more than 7 years ago

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