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  1. New Control4 Controller Soon?

    CA- 1 Reviewed: https://www.residentialsystems.com/technology/control4-ca-1-automation-controller-reviewed Sent from my phone using Tapatalk
  2. Routers

    +1 A manufacturer doesn't get my business when they define support the way Ubiquiti does. I find it ironic that there are plenty of dealers that chuckle and chide clients that use Geek Squad but don't see some parallel with using Ubiquiti. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  3. Zigbee Mesh Strength

    At C4 training it was mentioned that outlet dimmers/switches have poor zigbee coverage while the extenders have great coverage. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  4. Wattbox WTF

    +1 Every single 600 we installed has eventually failed including the ones they said weren't part of the recall. Snap did the right thing and replaced them with 700's. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  5. Why pigtails rather than terminals?

    In tight spots these wire connectors are helpful: IdealWireConnectors
  6. Envisalink 4

    Did the same install for my sis-in-law; no integration, she's very happy with it. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  7. At one point the OP notes that the only way to make calls is via Wi-Fi. To clarify: was this how calls were always made due to poor cell coverage or has this become the go-to since the WISP service started? Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  8. Although all this cheerleading may sound nice, what's most likely is that he's installed unaltered equipment for its intended purpose that needs to abide by FCC regulations anyway. Further, to suggest that a carrier will help now, ignores the fact that they haven't been providing good coverage in this area to begin with. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  9. A cell phone booster system can take the cellular signal it receives and make it available in other areas. It cannot receive a poor cellular signal and make it better; a mistaken assumption by many that leads to disappointment. Poor signal in means poor signal out. A cellular signal assessment/survey is critical to aligning expectations with what is possible. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  10. No need for CAPS, you've made that point abundantly clear, just trying to help. If you're relying on WiFi for your mobile service then your network system is a very relevant question and its configuration is most likely the easiest way to resolve the issue. Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  11. Bummer they're not willing to work with you. What's you're network config? Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  12. https://mimosa.co/products Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  13. Has it become NECESSARY to get legal??? Most likely you can work it out with them by making some setting adjustments on both networks. A nice Android app for basic WiFi analysis is WiFi Analyzer by Kevin Yuan (there are many apps with similar/same name. Screenshot below: Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  14. As stated, cell & WiFi operate on different frequencies so no chance for interference. Most likely that's not a WiFi antenna so it's something else. Another possibility: are you relying on WiFi to make/receive calls? Sent from my smartphone using Tapatalk
  15. Best C4/4K A/V Receiver

    Tried many of the brands mentioned here and Yamaha has proven to be the most reliable. Established in 1887, started HiFi in 1954, manufactures many of the instruments artists actually create their art with... Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk