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Post subject: RF on cellphones
Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 8:23 am
Joined: Mon Aug 17,
2009 8:11 am Posts: 1
im new here,i just want to ask if there is any
rf related issue if we try to solder a tv
antenna of the cellphone. The unit itself has
its own RF Antenna and a TV antenna, were facing
an issue about TV Antenna being pulled out, if
we try to solder the TV antenna,Does the RF of
the cellphone unit affected?hope spmebody can
Post subject: Re: RF on cellphones
Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:50 pm
Joined: Wed Apr 05, 2006
7:50 am Posts: 7
Go ahead. Make sure you set up you cellphone options
for "antenna" so when you punch in the channel
number on the keypad that it knows to use the
over-the-air frequency and not the cable frequency.
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