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Old 05-21-2018, 09:01 PM   #1
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Residential Cell Phone Booster in a Smallish Trailer

I've been doing a lot of research on cell phone signal boosters, there are many really helpful posts here all about this popular subject. The WeBoost products seem to be the favorite choice, but I'd rather not put that much cash up for a technology that tends to change overnight. I was wondering if anyone ever tried this unit:

My concern is that this booster is designed for home use, and there's the problem of the two antennas being too close causing feedback and some unwelcome attention from your cell provider. My trailer is only 21ft, but I plan on putting the internal antenna as far forward and low as possible while the external antenna will be all the way in the back on an extendable mast about 5-6 feet above the roofline. I'm wondering if that will be sufficient spacing and will I be able to notice any feedback problems before incurring the wrath of AT&T?
Thanks as always for any advice.
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