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SureCall Public Safety Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) Signal Booster Review

Sep 26, 2017

SureCall Public Safety Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) Signal Booster Review

SureCall Public Safety Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) Signal Booster Review confirms the following unique features of this Public Safety Signal Booster.

Guardian 3 QR - First Responders Public Safety Booster for 700 MHz (FirstNet Ready), 800, and SMR 900 MHz bands. This Public Safety Bi-Directional Booster is available with 2 outside Yagi or Omni antennas, and up to 10 plus indoor Dome or Panel antennae.

Unique Features:

  • Linear Design increases the number of simultaneous users to 100+ per band.
  • Provides all enhanced coverage for first responders in building first responder reception for areas of 80,000 sqare feet.
  • Additional systems can be added for required larger coverage areas.
  • Adjustable attenuation on both uplink and downlink -1dBm to -31dBm.
  • FCC Certified with Network Protection Features included.
  • 3 Years Warranty and 60 Days Money Back Guarantee. 
  • Lifetime Technical Support.
  • Requires approval of local fire safety codes and SignalBooster.com FCC Licensed contractor for installation.
  • Built-in Remote Monitoring Sentry System.*

*Unique features of the built-in remote monitoring system:

  1. An industry-first remote monitoring system whereby it enables installers or end users to monitor and adjust your public safety signal booster system from a remote computer to control Over-Powering, Oscillation, Over Attenuation, and Adjust individual links or bands.
  2. Quickly pinpoints malfunctions due to unforeseen changes such as newly installed wireless towers or repeater systems.
  3. Immediately notifies installers or end-users via email about booster failures or over powering.
  4. Also provides synchronization with amplifier remotely and conveniently using an iOS or Android mobile application for remote access to make adjustments in response to changes on location due to new deployments, developments, and construction or obstruction of wireless network towers, etc.

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5 comments

  • “Why does the signal of mobile phones fluctuate?” There are so many reasons this can happen. Your cell phone picks up a signal from a tower which can be affected by how far away the tower is, geography interfering with the signal (such as trees, hills, etc.). Then, your phone has to deal with interference from whatever structure you’re in, be it a home, mall, or office. Building materials can weaken or even block a signal (think of what happens when you’re in your basement or an elevator) which can only make things worse. Last but not least, bars are a poor way to judge your signal. Go to your phone’s settings and check your signal through there.

    D.J. Jenkins on
  • I know I’m not the only person who experiences this—why does the signal of mobile phones fluctuate? Sometimes it’s full power, others it’s just one bar.

    E. Joe Colan on
  • A BDA system design will prepare your facility so first responders won’t have any trouble communicating. While this blog doesn’t go into detail on what a BDA system is, you can find some excellent explanations elsewhere on this site. Basically, a bi-directional amplifier boosts as cell phone boosters do, allow first responders to get a strong signal to each other. It’s not only wise, but I believe it’s required by law. You might want to check your jurisdiction. Either way, it’s good to have.

    Logan H. Edwards on
  • Public safety officers and officials have enough on their hands without having to worry about getting a clear call to their colleagues. I like the way this sounds. I also like the idea of lifetime technical support. I’m sure there are updates on these products so it’s good to have a line to the people who know how they work the best.

    Noah Burroughs on
  • This was cool to learn about. I like the way it automatically checks for problems from repeaters and new cell towers. I have a couple colleagues who are first responders so I’m interested to hear what their experiences have been and what system they use. This could be a great addition for their agency.

    Morgan Matthews on

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