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  1.    #1  
    I'm looking into a repeater for my phone, and the company says it works with all PCS wireless phones in frequency range 1850-1990 MHz.

    Does that range include the Verizon Treo 650?

    Thanks,
    Scott
  2. #2  
    Yes, Verizon's license with Sprint PCS uses the 1900MHz band, but Verizon also uses CDMA at 850MHz, so you'd be missing out on boosting that band. You want a "dual band" repeater.

    Check out this one:
    http://www.digitalantenna.com/cellamprep_DA4000MR.html
  3.    #3  
    I was looking at this one, does it look like it would work? It's gotten good reviews and has a nice price point:
    http://www.jdteck.com/jd55-pr.htm
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    That looks like an either/or situation with 850 and 1900.

    I forgot to mention something in my last post: if you will be using the repeater in only one location, call Verizon and see if you can get a tech to tell you which band is predominant in your area, or do a #*#DEBUG in a few sample spots around the location and see which band you are using. There is a good chance only one services where you are and you won't need a dual band repeater.

    Good luck.
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    I tried #*#DEBUG (#*#33284) on my Verizon phone, got "call cannot be completed as dialed". Is there another code?

    Thanks!
    Palm IIIxe --> Palm 505 --> Kyocera 6035 --> Treo 650 --> Treo 700wx
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    I'm fairly certain the majority of Verizon's network is cellular (850 MHz).
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    Weird. Maybe try ##DEBUG, but Verizon Trea should respond to #*#...
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    ##DEBUG did the trick. I'm showing CDMA 800 MHz here in my part of NJ (well within the Home area), I think this will be the predominant band.

    Thanks!
    Palm IIIxe --> Palm 505 --> Kyocera 6035 --> Treo 650 --> Treo 700wx

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