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Versión actual por: Benjamin ,

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this probably won't work. Antenna's need to have a specific length to receive certain frequency's. If you change the connections from the BT antenna with the GSM antenna, you might solve signal dropsdrops by touching the antenna. But you'll probably have bad reception at all times.
this probably won't work. Antenna's need to have a specific length to receive certain frequency's. If you change the connections from the BT antenna with the GSM antenna, you might solve signal dropsdrops by touching the antenna. But you'll probably have bad reception at all times.

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Editado por: Benjamin ,

Texto:

this probably won't work. Antenna's need to have a specific length to match receive certain frequency's. If you change the connections from the BT antenna with the GSM antenna, you might solve signal drops. But you'll probably have bad reception at all times.
this probably won't work. Antenna's need to have a specific length to match receive certain frequency's. If you change the connections from the BT antenna with the GSM antenna, you might solve signal drops. But you'll probably have bad reception at all times.

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Benjamin ,

Texto:

this probably won't work. Antenna's need to have a specific length to match receive certain frequency's. If you change the connections from the BT antenna with the GSM antenna, you might solve signal drops. But you'll probably have bad reception at all times.

Estatus:

open