This type of a solution is not in the PCMCIA cards for you, though. Rather, you should investigate signal repeaters, which do not connect directly to your PC but can be installed in a building, onboard ships or wherever to pull in those weak signals and channel tem to your EDGE card. Cellular repeater packages can dramatically reduce dropped signals, improve performance and speed, and let you wirelessly tap into the Internet even within the deepest darkest regions of a building. Repeaters that are designed for relatively small applications -- covering roughly 2,500 square ft. and 10 cell phones on a single floor -- are priced at about $500. More extensive packages -- extending across 50,000 sq ft, multiple floors and handing up to 75 cell phones at a time -- can set you back about $4,000. All in all, a small price to pay for wireless reliability!
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