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Signal Boost in Natural Gas Producer's Remote Metal Siding Office

Apr 24, 2017

Signal Boost in Natural Gas Producer's Remote Metal Siding Office

zBoost Increases Signal Strength for a Natural Gas Producer's Remote Metal Siding Office Location. Case Study. A natural gas producer’s remote office location in an ATCO office type of trailer characterized by metal siding recently had zBoost YX545 installed to enhance voice and data networks in an area with a weak cellular device coverage. Customer Details. The natural gas producer with diverse remote locations that need cellular voice and data service to perform had one remote office location with extremely weak signal for cellular devices. The ATCO office trailer type of building required a cellular solution allowing them to receive...

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Active DAS vs. Passive DAS (aka. Signal Booster)

Apr 18, 2017

SureCall Industrial and Commercial Cell Phone Signal Boosters are Passive Distributed Antenna Systems (Passive DAS). What is the difference between these and Active Distributed Antenna Systems (Active DAS)? Passive DAS is a more economical alternative to Active DAS and the typical timeline is shorter than an Active DAS. Distributed Antenna Systems (AKA.: Active DAS) 250,000 square feet Cell Phone Signal Boosters (AKA.: Passive DAS) 250,000 square feet Typical cost range $375,000 to $1,000,000 $87,500 to $150,000 Typical install timeline 6 to 18 months 1 to 2 weeks How Signal Boosters (Passive DAS Systems) Work: Rising Demand For Reliable Cellular Connectivity...

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Difference between Cellular & Public Safety Band Signal Amplifiers

Mar 27, 2017

Difference between Cellular & Public Safety Band Signal Amplifiers

It is important to understand that Cellular and Public Safety Bi-Directional Amplifiers (BDAs) boost different types of signals. Know the major differences. All signal boosters or amplifiers boost a signal. However, Public Safety BDAs or Public safety signal boosters strengthen the signal to first responder’s two-way radios. On other hand, BDAs that enhance cell phone signals are typically known as Cellular Signal Boosters. Public Safety Signal Boosters. Cellular Signal Boosters. Public Safety Signal Boosters. Cell Phone Signal Boosters. Each group of BDA’s or Signal Boosters offer different solutions: Public safety band signal boosters ensure that during emergencies, firefighters and police...

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First VoLTE Certified Consumer Cell Phone Signal Booster

Mar 23, 2017

First VoLTE Certified Consumer Cell Phone Signal Booster

VoLTE stands for Voice Over LTE, meaning a protocol that transmits cellular voice calls over the new 4G LTE network which has mainly been used for fast wireless data transfers. SureCall Force 5 consumer cell phone signal booster has received the very first LTE and VoLTE certification from V-COMM, a FCC testing and certification lab for wireless service carriers. All the rest of VoLTE network boosters work just as well because they are built using same standards. Buy voLTE signal booster to improve comprehension when talking on your cell phone.SureCall Force5 is a self-contained 5-band voice, 3G, and 4G LTE cellular...

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FirstNet Ready Public Safety Signal Booster & Repeater Solution

Mar 20, 2017

FirstNet Ready Public Safety Signal Booster & Repeater Solution

Introducing the first FirstNet Public Safety Band Signal Booster for Buildings up to 80,000 Sq. Ft. Professional installation services available (see bottom). What is FirstNet? First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) as an independent authority within NTIA to provide emergency responders with the first nationwide, high-speed, broadband network dedicated to public safety. The purpose of FirstNet is to establish, operate, and maintain an interoperable public safety broadband network. To fulfill these objectives, Congress allotted $7 billion and 20 MHz of valuable radio spectrum to build the network. However, signal reception inside buildings may be very weak for wireless communications during local or...

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