LG CDMA phone problems?

Submitted: Thursday, Jul 24, 2003 at 12:07
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Hi all, I have an old LG CDMA phone that always seems to work no matter how I treat it. I am looking to get a new phone so I can have an in-car kit and external aerial. There is an LG DM120 that would work and my experience with LG so far has been good although the menu isn't great. I keep seeing psts about the problems people have with other brands and was wondering if anyone has any problems with the newer LG's? Also what would be a good CDMA external aeriel to get?
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Reply By: macca - Thursday, Jul 24, 2003 at 17:46

Thursday, Jul 24, 2003 at 17:46
Hi CJ,
I have a Kyocera 2235 CDMA phone attached to a CD 1795 2X Antenna. As I wasn't looking for a hands free kit (The navigator handle the phone) I sourced out a patch cable to hook straight into the antenna. After a recent trip to the Flinders ranges I had comms in most places and my phone become the communbity phone. Needless to say I'm wrapped in the way the both work!
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Reply By: Dunedigger - Friday, Jul 25, 2003 at 08:34

Friday, Jul 25, 2003 at 08:34

The LG DM120 is not as good as your old (LG ?? 330W ) the early ones were great.

See if you can borrow a Kyocera and compare it in a known poor reception area. The Kyocera used to be the Qualicomm brand and was the best for frindge reception followed by my LG 330W but now has a broken display Sob . .. Sob . . .

If you want good remote stationary reception get a yaggi but for mobile reception the 1 metre long fibreglass ones are the way to go

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Reply By: cj - Friday, Jul 25, 2003 at 09:24

Friday, Jul 25, 2003 at 09:24
Mine is the LG 800. I can get a patch cable for it but I was under the impression these are not a great way to go as it can cause damage.
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