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All in one best Cellular, HDTV, Wi-Fi signal booster makes its debut

Aug 31, 2016

All in one best Cellular, HDTV, Wi-Fi signal booster makes its debut

Why buy only a cellular booster when you can buy a cellular, Wi-Fi, and HDTV signal booster - All in one? Introducing the latest multi-functional signal boosting technology for stronger connection. Whether you want to enjoy clearer HDTV signal, surf the web faster using mobile Internet (Mi-Fi), or cable broadband (Wi-Fi), this one does it all.

The needs of an average business in boosting a signal are ever growing. From the demands of the client on the cell phone and Wi-Fi to the need to have HDTV in establishments, the prospect for needing to have several different boosters is very likely. However, this does not have to be the case. An all-in-one system may be the solution that is needed for your business. While the individual systems provide targeted areas for that specific sector, having several different units may be limiting to the strength and boost capability of your device. Here’re a few reasons why you may consider’s consumer all-in-one signal booster covering up to 20,000 sq. ft. or industrial all-in-one signal booster covering up to 80,000 sq. ft. using a singular device.

Why a multi-channel, multi-technology signal booster?

While most devices will have some form of a signal, the more the structural interference, electronic interference, and atmospheric interference, the weaker the signal will become. As the modern business must be integrated into the mobile and social media world in order to be considered a business that is up to date with the demands of the markets, having a strong signal is ideal. A signal booster helps to boost the signal and extend the life of the battery of the devices accessing the signal (through less power being used to constantly try to access the network, provider, or tower). And while a residential plug in and play device may work for a small office, businesses which exceed over 10,000 square feet will not see the results that they require. A commercial product can cover anywhere from 5001 feet up to the area of a large warehouse or sports arena. Yet, because the device is an all-in-one system, the device can be controlled from one central location and not from several stations.

The financial allocation to the all-in-one device is a bit lower.

Why buy only a cellular booster when you can buy a cellular, Wi-Fi, and HDTV booster- All-in-one? The main reason in the past may be lack of available technology (which no longer applies with our latest unit) and budget constraints. Purchasing a commercial grade cell-phone booster, wi-fi booster, and HDTV booster can quickly range in the tens of thousands of dollars. Apart from the cost of the product, a company would have to consider the install costs, the maintenance, the supportive cables and hardware to install the devices. That is no longer the case with this new innovative technology.

All-in-one systems are far less cumbersome on the wallet as the SureCall Force 7 MSRP is around $5,000. If you compare the cost of a commercial cell phone booster with typical MSRP of $2500, Wi-FI booster which can range about $500 and up, and the HDTV booster which can cost which can cost $1,058.82 for a 40 db gain 1.5 db NF low Noise High gain amplifier from 1.2 GHz to 1.4 GHz (not including the cables and other supportive hardware), and you can see that the cost can get quite high. Add to this the install costs and the finances come out well above the price of all-in-one cell phone, wi-fi, and HDTV booster kit.

SureCall Force7 all-in-one systems require one device with one set of hardware for the device and one licensed installer to get it up and going. Depending on the retailer, financing may be available for the product (we provide financing option at the checkout). 

Space considerations.

A signal booster works off of four basic components. These components are:

  • A power source.
  • An antenna.
  • Coax cable.
  • The booster.

As these components are necessary for the proper functionality of each of the devices, those which are purchasing the devices separately would need to have ample space for at least three of each. Should you require supportive hardware and software, then the space is further limited. Additionally, the space cannot be configured in such a way in which the signals would cross as this could weaken or cancel out the signal from the booster. The placement and space requirements of the device placement, specifically the antenna due to oscillation possibilities, could prove to be a bit cumbersome. 

Secondly, if multiple antennas are required for one of the devices (say for the HDTV for a large hotel or for several cell phone signal boosters for a sports arena), then the space is further limited. Keep in mind that when more devices are needed to produce a signal boost, the less apt the device will be to perform the task effectively. Furthermore, as each of the antennas require coax cables, a building can quickly become overgrown with wires and cables in order to boost the signal. Apart from this being visually unappealing, there may be building and zoning codes which limit the amount of coax cables exposed or allowed on a building. 

An all-in-one system reduces the frequency congestion.

If you think of the signals in the air and the frequencies as being on a road, the more traffic which is on the road, the more congested the frequency will be and the harder it will be for the frequency to get to its destination. However, if the road is clear, you can get higher speeds and are better equipped to get to the destination (the booster). The more components and devices which are trying to access various boosters the more opt the signal is to cross frequencies and be weakened or canceled out. Furthermore, boosters require that they are located within a certain proximity to the antenna. This limits the placement of the devices in an ideal location as there can only be a certain amount of spaces which give off a strong signal.

Does your business really need an all-in-one signal booster system?

Businesses which note that their cell phone sees a reduction in bars when within the building may need to have a booster in order to maintain the signal strength not only for themselves, but for their clients as well. 3G and 4G networks are the most popular and most commercial grade products will cater to this sector. However, you will need to check with the manufacturer of the booster to ensure the compatibility of the device to the brands and the networks available.

Wi-Fi is essential in the modern business. Those places which allow for customers to have access to Wi-Fi must have the signal consistent and maximized if they want their business to get high reviews. If the signal is weak, then the clientele is sure to note such and the business will suffer for it. Yet, it is not only for the clients but also for the business. As most electronics in a business are somewhat if not fully dependent upon access to a wi-fi network, it would only make sense that an all-in-one signal booster should be used. By integrating the device into the business not only are you encouraging your customers to use the Wi-Fi with the boosted signal, but you are optimizing your workflow by reducing the amount of time that devices are down or unable to upgrade their .net and framework due to a weak connection/signal.

HDTV is dominantly found in the commercial sector of hotels, condos, and such. However, businesses such as restaurants, pubs, and electronic sales require such. Can you imagine being a retailer of HDTVs and having a weak signal? It could be detrimental to your business if the HDTV is constantly showing a signal lost message or can’t find signal screen. Additionally, more and more movies are being developed with HD and HDX resolutions as the standard. SD quality is just not an acceptable option if your business is catering to providing video.

While the general installation may provide an ample signal for some of the features that you need, the odds are that the signal strength will not be fully optimized to handle all three areas. Either your Wi-Fi will be ideal and the cell phone signals will be weak or vice versa. The point is that only by using an all-in-one system can you gain signal strength and ensure that your commercial space is getting the highest possible signal.

In terms of space, if your business is over 5,000 square feet it is strongly advised that you use a commercial grade booster. Even businesses which are smaller than 5,000 feet but have a great deal of clients which require the three services should consider a commercial signal booster. 

How does an all-in-one system work?

All boosters work in the same way with the same basic three components. These components are the antenna, the booster, and the coax cable. There will also need to be a power source for the devices which are being used (whether that is a direct line to a power supply or a plugin). Some work better than others and others work less than ideal, but they all function in the basic manner. The booster works as follows:

  • The signal booster scans exterior of building area for any signals which are present. Most of the time there are signals which cannot be picked up indoors by the standard settings on a router, modem, cellphone or other device.
  • The signal booster “collects” these signals and picks the strongest signal.
  • The booster then reconstructs the signal using the weak signals as a sort of additive to the strongest signal. This is then sent to the antenna.
  • The antenna sends the amplified signal to your device.

Of course, it is a bit more complex than that and I am sure that the technical jargon for the process would be enough to baffle most people, but at the core of every booster is this process. While the process varies in the location. A booster can be based for Rural or for Urban boosting. There are also commercial grade boosters which cater to both setting. Ensure that you know which you’re purchasing as they function a bit differently. Rural boosters have more powerful amplifiers that provide higher dB Gain and they can draw weaker signals which are not commonly found by devices. This is due to sparse network of signal stations like cell towers in rural areas which are therefore a bit harder to establish a strong connection to begin with, due to distance and geography of hills and valleys. Urban boosters are typically designed for a more targeted area with precautions in place to tone down the power automatically when excessive signal is detected, in order to prevent overwhelming nearby signal stations like cellular towers. 

Key points of All-In-One Signal booster.

While all boosters work internally in the same method, there are several unique attributes that make the reception and the user operations better. As the SureCall Force 7 is the FIRST booster to include all of these boosters into one commercial grade product, both the internal and external components are revolutionary. It is important to highlight some of the key points and intentions of this multi channel booster kit. Such points and intentions are that:

  1. The system is a three in one system focusing on cell phone, Wi-Fi, and HDTV signal boosting
  2. The device works on various dip switches and various controls each with boosting sectors.
  3. The device works through Auto Gain Control (AGC) with control of individual bands.
  4. All 2G, 3G, 4G LTE data and voice standards are supported across USA and Canada.
  5. It uses stealth technology and meets and exceeds the FCC and Industry Canada’s specifications for signal boosters.
  6. The system works on a 7-band technology system and supports a remote monitoring system.

Because the system is on a various dip switch system, it is paramount that the buyer carefully read and understand the different functions of each sector. Support assistance can be provided if needed. The person that installs the device should also be able to test the dips and provide you with general information about the functionality of the device. For more information on the sectors and dips of the SureCall system, read the specifics about the product at its listing page.

Considerations before purchasing a commercial product.

The booster is intended to help with the amplification of the signals already present and provided by the commercial space. As such, you will need to have a network service provider which is for a 2G, 3G, or a 4G network, a subscription to an internet service provider, as well as a subscription to HDTV services. The booster is not an alternative to these services and cannot hack into a tower or network. Neither can it boost a 2G or 3G phone to 4G capabilities on its own without signal outside of the building or the man-made structure.

An antenna will be required for HDTV signal booster and is not part of the equipment. Your antenna should have been provided to you from your HDTV service provider. If you do not have an antenna from your provider, you will need to contact your current HDTV service provider and request such. While the SureCall system does provide a reduction in the amount of antennas needed for the cell phone, wi-fi, and HDTV booster to work properly, standard equipment for the operation of the devices is still required.

Commercial grade boosters must be installed by a licensed professional. Do not attempt to install this device by yourself of use a local non-licensed professional. Doing such could result in a hefty fine. Before you install your machine, check with the local building and zoning as the location and the requirements of the boosting devices allowed for commercial spaces vary from state to state. 

When purchasing a booster kit or an all-in-one system such as the new’s all-in-one booster, it is best not to integrate the product with generic parts. Generic parts may have flaws which are not compatible with the system. This could yield a weak system or damage the components of the system, especially where the coax cable is concerned. Always use the components included from the manufacturer and purchase additional components from us that are genuine, authentic, and made by the manufacturer of the boosting machine to ensure compatibility with the device.

Do you have questions about the revolutionary all-in-one device? We can help!

If you’re interested in the all-in-one system but have reservations due to concerns and questions about the product, please contact Our company is only concerned with the boosting of signals, meaning that we’re professionals in our field. Furthermore, we carry the product so we understand the functionality of the device. Any questions that you may have about any of the areas in which the booster works can be addressed. Email us or call us directly at 1 -855-846-2654.

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  • An all-in-one booster for cell calls, HDTV, and Wi-Fi sounds very useful for people. The big all-in-one deal for me though are those cell phone boosters you can use in your car and your home. Multiple-use devices are the way to go whether they boost different types of signals or you can use them in different areas (like your home and car).

    Dallas Mays on
  • I live in the woods, nice quite place, but need cell phone booster, I can get Free TV, need internet signal though, my GPS can find me, but the cell phone tower can not.

    What a three in on signal booster cost, TV, cell phone, internet?

    Many thanks, Cole Engle

    Cole Engle on
  • I wish I could say money is no object, but when it comes to purchasing a cell phone signal booster/wifi mobile booster, I want to get as much value as possible. The concept of an all-in-one booster appeals to me because I am interested in a cellular and wi-fi booster. Rather than just get a 4g signal booster, I could get the wifi too (the HDTV would just be a bonus). Price-wise, it seems better than buying them separately.

    Cary Powers on
  • It sounds like there are a lot of things that can interfere with you cell phone signal, wireless signal, and HDTV signal. I wonder if new homes are constructed to avoid some of these problems? Whatever the case, I live in an older home and there are differences in reception both for wireless and my cell phone. An all-purpose booster would be great as I wasn’t aware you could buy them. I was going to get a cell phone booster then a wireless booster. This changes a lot.

    Charlie Murdoch on
  • There’s no question this device is going to cost your business money, but it seems to be cost-effective with its many capabilities in how to boost your cell phone signal strength, Wi-Fi, and HDTV. This article does a remarkable job of explaining things in detail without boring you or confusing you. No, I don’t have a business to get one of these, but if I did, I would consider it.

    Lawrence Reynolds on

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