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Differences in how consumer & commercial signal boosters work

Jun 26, 2017

Let us explore the differences in how consumer grade cell phone signal boosters work versus commercial grade or industrial grade cellular signal amplifiers work. How do SureCall enterprise cellphone amplifiers work? Cellphone reception is becoming a standard necessity in the 21st century workplace. Sometimes, however, the building we work in doesn’t always play by the rules. Built with proven linear design to support multiple users, SureCall cell amplifiers by Cellphone-Mate provides a family of 3G 68dB to 80dB building cellphone amplifiers and accessories to enhance any size building’s cellular needs for every carrier. Led by the 5-band Force-5 Cellphone Amplifier,...

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Wilson Pro 1050 Main & Inline Amplifier Signal Booster.

May 15, 2017

Wilson Pro 1050 Main & Inline Amplifier Signal Booster.

Wilson Pro 1050 Main and Inline Amplifier Signal Booster System (Wilson Pro 460230) is a powerful cellular amplifier designed specifically for installations with long cable runs. WilsonPro 1050 (Part number WilsonPro 460230) is perfect for installations in wide horizontal buildings, basement levels of buildings, and multi-storey structures. This is because long cable runs are often a problem causing diminishing signals farther away from the main booster unit. The reason for this is that cables cause attenuation or loss of signal (approximately 3 to 6 dB over every hundred feet of cable length). An innovative technology in the PRO1050 allows you...

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Cell Phone Signal Boosters for Building – Here’s Why You Need Them.

Oct 26, 2016

Cell Phone Signal Boosters for Building – Here’s Why You Need Them.

Did You Know This? According to the new laws on public safety enacted by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)... #1: All new buildings are required to have 95% to 100% in-building coverage for emergency communication services. Otherwise they cannot be granted permission for occupancy. #2: All buildings must have 100% cellular coverage in critical areas such as the command center, exit stairs and elevator lobbies. For the other areas in the building, a 95% coverage would be acceptable.  #3: All buildings undergoing expansion or reconstruction must have a 95% to 100% in-building coverage to be granted permission for re-occupancy. ...

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Differences between Consumer and Commercial Signal Boosters

Oct 02, 2016

What is the difference between consumer and commercial cell phone signal boosters? Which one should you choose? Let us find out... Imagine for a moment that your teen calls you panic-stricken, because another car just rear ended her and she does not know what to do. You’re in the middle of calming her down and explaining what needs to be done, but before she can tell you the location of the accident, the call drops and you cannot reconnect it. This is a consumer-level scenario portraying the terrible consequences of weak cell reception inside a home.  Imagine for a moment...

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