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Why SureCall States Force 5 is the Best Cell Phone Signal Booster?

Sep 14, 2017

There are lots of choices out there for building wireless coverage enhancement but only one choice combines high performance reliability and unparalleled value. This video will make clear what makes the Force 5 from SureCall a proven solution for high capacity needs in commercial applications. SureCall has always been primarily focused on design.

Every component in the Force 5 has a purpose and intention and this concern for design is the reason that the Force 5 outperforms every signal booster on the market, not to mention that SureCall originated the technology that other booster companies now implement to provide 2G 3G and 4G frequencies and their boosters. Furthermore, no other amplifying system today contains a built-in remote monitoring system such as the SureCall Force5 2.0 does.

That being said, the primary advantages to the Force 5 over other boosters are seen here. Aluminum alloy casings, compartmentalized design, high linearity, the capacity to allow multiple simultaneous users, high quality power amplifiers and filters, as well as the singular ability to monitor the booster from a remote location. While it may seem that all signal boosters do the same thing which is provide cellular signal inside homes and buildings, all boosters are not created equal. Watch the video or read below for details.


Overview of SureCall Signal Boosters.

Compartmentalized Design.

Their compartmentalized design provides users with the best cellular reception, least oscillation, and the most power.

Separate Uplink and Downlink Lanes.

Shared lanes cause signal collisions resulting in dropped calls, poor voice and data quality and they don't support multiple users.

The Outer Casing.

Enterprise signal boosters such as Force 5 and the newer Force5 2.0 are built with aluminum alloy shells surrounding their inner workings. Aluminum is much better than pressed metal or plastic at dissipating heat. This is an important element in cell phone booster functionality and longevity.


SureCall was the first signal booster company to patent the combination of 2G, 3G and 4G technology in their cell phone boosters.

All-Carrier Technology.

SureCall was the first to market with a complete line of FCC certified and Carrier Neutral boosters.

Benefits & Advantages of Force5 & Force 5 2.0 Signal Booster Kits in Detail.

Most boosters have a heat sink integrated into the outer casing but the Force 5’s heat sinks have almost twice the surface area of other boosters. Some booster manufacturers use pressed metal as their casings. SureCall uses aluminum alloy instead of pressed metal or plastic to make sure that the components inside stay cool and undamaged by the accumulation of heat. The ability of heat conduction is much greater with aluminium than with pressed metal or plastic.

The Force 5 has a unique design feature called compartmentalized design. Inside of every booster, the components create noise as they allow electricity to pass through. This noise can be transferred to the outbound signal which can result in poor quality. The Force 5 keeps all of these components in their own separate compartments or room so to speak. Other boosters have open circuit boards instead. Think of it like an open-concept sales floor. It gets very loud because everyone is talking at the same time and everyone can hear each other, but if you have a sales office with everyone in their own separate offices, it gets much quieter. And that is compartmentalized design.

The Force 5 is the only booster on the market that is highly linear. Simply put, the same signal that goes into the system is the same as the signal that comes out of the system. This might make you think, well isn't that what all boosters do? The short answer is no. As was mentioned before, not all boosters are created equal. A lower cost solution uses chips and filters that are typically found in a cell phone.

Now, cell phones are intended to be used by a single user at a time. If you've ever been on a speakerphone with more than one person at a time on a cell phone, you know that the call quality reduces dramatically as more people join the call. But when you use a corporate speakerphone that is designed for high caller capacity, the phone calls are nice and clear. Other boosters add extra noise to the calls that come in because of the quality of their parts.

The force 5 is designed to maintain call quality with a high volume of simultaneous users. Alright, from here we can see the inside components of the Force 5 and even just from here, you can actually see the ceramic filters if you know what to look for. And so, what we're looking at are these things here. This little rectangle here, 1,2 this long one here 1, 2, 3 up top. So, those are built for more industrial applications. You also have one here toward the middle. So, let's take a real quick look at the next competing booster. And from here, you can't really tell a whole lot about the booster.

Let me you show you where the filters are. We're going to have to come in a little bit closer. And these are what are called surface acoustic wave length filters, and it's this little teeny tiny guy right here. See if I can get in focus right here. And these are what you would typically find in your everyday cell phone. So if we could take a look at these two things side by side, you can definitely tell which of these two products is more designed for industrial commercial use.

Coverage is one thing when it comes to signal boosters but capacity is a huge factor when you're considering boosters for commercial applications. This is where the Force 5 excels and others try. While other boosters use components designed for cell phones and single users, the Force 5 uses components that are designed for industrial use. It's kind of like trying to use a hammer on a screw instead of using a tool that's designed for the screw like a screwdriver.

Combined with high linearity of the booster, the Force 5 is able to allow hundreds of people to be on the phone at the same time. This feature is essential in applications expecting high traffic from simultaneous users. At its core, the Force 5 is different than other signal boosters. While other boosters use saw filters, the Force 5 has ceramic filters designed for greater capacity in traffic. Other boosters’ signal output can fluctuate significantly. This is called the ripple effect and causes calls to be garbled or wobbly. This is not a problem for the Force 5.

Coupled with its nine power amplifiers, the fluctuation in the output signal is greatly reduced in the Force 5. The final piece that truly separates the Force 5 from other booster solutions is the ability to remotely monitor the booster and receive email notifications when the alert lights are activated. You can also digitally adjust the booster instead of needing to go to the physical location to flip switches. All of these features work together to ensure the continuation of our one percent return rate. Simply put, the Force 5 offers more value for your investment.

Video's Conclusion.

Stop settling for less stop settling for empty promises from other cellular booster brands. Expect greatness from your booster system. Raise your expectations and choose the Force 5. Raise your bars with SureCall.

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  • I know that this article on the Force 5 is from 2017, but it’s still a brilliant description of what makes the product so useful. If you’re going to try and sell something that is technically involved, why wouldn’t you want to explain all its features? A signal booster can be a useful tool for homes, offices, and factories, but people should know why a particular model will help them before they purchase it over another one.
    Georgia McKellan on
  • It looks like there is considerable competition involving SureCall vs Weboost. That’s one of the reasons I enjoy reading these blogs, whether it’s SureCall booster reviews (such as the SureCall force 5 review) or technical information. This looks like an exceptional product, ranging from its superior materials to its versatility. Based on this review, I doubt if you’d need any SureCall troubleshooting for this device.

    Andy Todd Martin on
  • In today’s world, it’s hard to tell when you’re getting a quality product and when you’re getting a lot of fluff. When it comes to getting a stronger cell phone signal, it seems like any cell phone signal booster will get you some help. However, this device sounds like more of a high-end product that strives for advanced delivery capabilities thanks to superior design and superior materials. I want something that is going to make my cell phone signal strength improve and I want a high quality product. SureCall is going on my comparison list now.

    robin davies on
  • There are a lot of questions about buying a cell phone booster, but this article seems to answer them all. It also gives you the reasons why this particular model may be the right fit for you. I like the idea of the two heat sinks. You’d think more designers would work out common sense solutions like this one here.

    Michael Rickard on

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