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Nevada (NV) Wi-Fi and Cell Phone Signal Booster Installer

Need wi-fi or cell phone signal booster installer in Nevada (NV)? Contact us for a prompt equipment and/or installation quote within your city in Nevada, USA. Nevada was acquired by United States shortly after the Mexican War in 1848. However, the state had been explored by parties such as Jedidiah Smith and Peter Ogden as early as the 1820s. Its founding fathers sought to establish a trade. Yet, the dry conditions of the state limited the ability to successfully maintain an outpost without an external source of water. Various methods were created over the years to supply water to the state, with the most famous and substantial source being the Hoover Dam built in 1936. Unfortunately, according to sources such as The Telegraph, Las Vegas’s water supply is running low with Lake Mead under half full capacity. Efforts to reduce water consumption have been effective in Las Vegas, but the problem still remains. Southern Nevada is less impacted by the dry climate than “Sin City” as the population and, quite frankly, the tourism to the lower sector is not as high. Additionally, the Colorado River supplies 90 percent of the southern region’s water supply making it a separate situation, in terms of water, from Las Vegas.

When looking at the population of Nevada, you will note that the majority of the populace is established in Reno, Carson City, and Las Vegas. Again, this is primarily due to the lack of water and to the desert terrain. While there’re cities along interstate 80 on the northern sector of the state, the majority of the cities in Nevada are located along interstate 15 at the lower edge of Nevada close to the Hoover Dam, Colorado River, and Lake Mead.

Because of the extensive rural areas of Nevada, many such locations being desert, gaining reception on a cell phone can be extremely difficult. Add to this the plateaus and various other natural barriers which block signals, and it is quite common to have “dead zones”. To decrease the frequency of these dead zones, residences and tourists to Nevada are encouraged to install a cell phone signal booster. Mobile cell phone signal boosters should be used by persons traveling to, or through Nevada. By using certain boosters, it is possible to increase the DBs rating in a cellphone up to 50 dbs (ideally you want a range of -50 for full bars). This means that even in dead zones such as inside a home or car, a cell phone has the potential to send and receive calls. To find a serviceable city near you, please reference the list below.

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Alamo Austin Baker Battle Mountain Beatty Beaverdam Bennett Springs Blue Diamond
Boulder City Bunkerville Cal-Nev-Ari Caliente Carlin Carson City Carter Springs Cold Springs
Crescent Valley Crystal Bay Dayton Denio Double Spring Dry Valley Dyer East Valley
Elko Ely Empire Enterprise Eureka Fallon Fallon Station Fernley
Fish Springs Fort McDermitt Gabbs Gardnerville Gardnerville Ranchos Genoa Gerlach Glenbrook
Golconda Golden Valley Goldfield Goodsprings Grass Valley Hawthorne Henderson Hiko
Humboldt River Ranch Imlay Incline Village Indian Hills Indian Springs Jackpot Johnson Lane Kingsbury
Kingston Lakeridge Lamoille Las Vegas Laughlin Lemmon Valley Logan Creek Lovelock
Lund McDermitt McGill Mesquite Mina Minden Moapa Town Moapa Valley
Mogul Montello Mount Charleston Mount Wilson Nellis AFB Nelson Nixon North Las Vegas
Oasis Orovada Osino Owyhee Pahrump Panaca Paradise Paradise Valley
Pioche Preston Rachel Reno Round Hill Village Ruhenstroth Ruth Sandy Valley
Schurz Searchlight Silver Peak Silver Springs Skyland Smith Valley Spanish Springs Sparks
Spring Creek Spring Valley Stagecoach Stateline Summerlin South Sun Valley Sunrise Manor Sutcliffe
Tonopah Topaz Lake Topaz Ranch Estates Ursine Valmy Verdi Virginia City Wadsworth
Walker Lake Washoe Valley Wells West Wendover Whitney Winchester Winnemucca Yerington
Zephyr Cove