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Differences Between SureCall Commercial Signal Boosters

Nov 06, 2020

SureCall's Commercial Product Line-up below can work great for a wide variety of applications. They include cell phone signal booster kits that can be technically used for residential, high volume residential, light commercial and full scale commercial applications.

Product Fusion Professional Fusion5s Fusion5X 2.0 Force5 2.0
MSRP $599 $850 $1,399 $3,510
Coverage Area Up to 8,000 Sq. Ft. Up to 10,000 Sq. Ft. Up to 20,000 Sq. Ft. 25,000 Sq. Ft.+
Max Uplink Power 25 dBm 22 dBm 22 dBm 22 dBm
Max Downlink Power 10 dBm 13 dBm 16 dBm 17 dBm
Max Downlink Gain 70 dBm 71 dBm 71 dBm 71 dBm
SureIQ Included Included Included Included
Sentry N/A Compatible Compatible Included
Application High Volume Residential/ light Commercial Residential / light Commercial Large Residence / Commercial Commercial

Signal Booster Performance Metrics:

  1. Uplink Power (dBm):
    1a. The maximum output power that a booster transmits from the mobile device to the cell tower.
    1b. Uplink path fails before downlink path. Higher uplink power, keeps device connected further from tower.
    1c. Higher uplink power can also trigger a higher density LTE modulation (faster data speeds).
  2. Downlink Power (dBm):
    2a. The maximum output power a booster transmits from the cell tower to the mobile device.
    2b. Maximum downlink power, directly prescribes the maximum coverage potential.
    2c. When the outside signal is strong, the maximum in-building coverage is defined by the maximum downlink power of the booster.
  3. Downlink Gain (dB):
    3a. Amount of amplification a signal is increased. Input power dBm + Gain dB = Output power dBm.
    3b. The higher the Gain, the larger the in-building coverage up-to the booster’s maximum downlink power.
    3c. System Gain = active booster gain + passive antenna gain – passive cable loss.

What is SureIQ Technology?

SureCall’s proprietary SureIQ technology gives the cell phone signal booster the ability to perform amidst the strongest uplink and downlink signals that often cause poorly designed boosters to shut-down prematurely, or fail to deliver the strongest signal when needed. Solving a common frustration for mobile users in urban areas, the SureIQ technology self-adjusts to deliver around-the-clock signal amplification in even the most challenging cellular environments.

What is SureCall Sentry?

A must-have for building owners, managers and installers, Sentry is a remote monitoring system consisting of hardware and software that provides users with tools to optimize booster performance during installation, as well as, manage while located off-site using the iPhone app, Android app, or web interface.


  • Remotely monitor and adjust booster performance, including uplink, downlink or band from off-site.
  • Optimize installation by monitoring and identifying the strongest signal strength available.
  • Easily observe the status of all deployed boosters.
  • Quickly pinpoint malfunctions due to unforeseen changes such as newly installed cell towers or repeater systems.
  • Immediately notifies you via email about booster changes and over-powering.

Example of signal booster details as observed thru Sentry:

Example of signal booster details as observed thru Sentry

Example of signal booster locations as observed thru Sentry:

Example of signal booster locations as observed thru Sentry

Do you need professional installation service for SureCall Fusion Professional, Fusion 5s, Fusion 5x, or Force 5? 

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Why SureCall &

  • Scalable Solutions.
  • SureIQ Technology.
  • 5 Band Cellular Boosters.
  • First 5G Signal Booster.
  • Best-in-Class RF performance.
  • Enterprise grade solutions.
  • Boosters with Auto Adjusting Gain.
  • Free design services (include iBwave).
  • More cost effective compared to DAS systems.
  • Boosters available that are assembled in U.S.A.

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  • I’m curious whether the pandemic is going to lead to more businesses putting in signal boosters. I think that people realize how cell phone boosters can help after they’ve used them while working from home. Maybe employers and other business owners will want to put them in their offices.

    Max Jarvis on
  • Lots of good graphics here, but I’ll leave the technical breakdowns and specifications to the experts. All I know about commercial signal boosters is more people are talking about them. I don’t know if it’s the pandemic creating a need or businesses becoming more aware of their existence thanks to marketing.

    Simon Northrup on
  • Thanks for the instant education. I always read that commercial signal boosters were not made for residences, but apparently there are exceptions. Just goes to prove that there are always exceptions. It’s always a learning experience when I read a blog. Your site has some excellent information and it’s put together nicely.

    Stewart Jamison on
  • Two things stand out here for Surecall’s commercial boosters: 1) The SureIQ technology and 2) the remote monitoring. I like the idea of a cell phone booster that can maximize the needed results so you’re getting the strongest possible signal. I also like the remote monitoring as I would think managers and business owners will like not having to run to the office to check on a signal.

    Seth G. on
  • Ever walk into a building and feel like you’re in a horror film? No cell service and you feel like you’re the only one there. It makes me feel so much secure when I go into a big building or warehouse and know I can use my cell phone if I need help. With commercial cell phone boosters so common, the world has got much more safer.

    Stan Mizniak on
  • 2020 has taught me the importance of cell phone boosters for the home. Now, I’m starting to think about how they might help at the office. I’ve been browsing through and learning about how businesses can help their office, factory, etc. run smoother with these commercial boosters. I did not know some of these models are good for larger homes too.

    Pete Jiminez on

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