Business and government organizations in large buildings don’t just need reliable wireless communications for emergencies and safety. Cellular communication is essential for every element of business today. Customers and staff are reliant on cellular communications for daily business operations, and clear communication is essential. The last thing that companies want is to drive customers away with poor or no cell coverage. After all, customer retention is vital to your business stability, and so is digital engagement.

Losing cellular signals in buildings has been an issue ever since handheld cellular devices came on the market. Cellular signal booster technology was developed to address the factors that cause poor cell phone reception such as the preponderance of steel, concrete, and low-emissivity glass in large venues or multiple-level buildings. They’re designed to amplify a weak outside signal and bypass any obstructions to provide a strong inside signal to an area that was originally not available.

The Fast, Cost-Effective Coverage Solution for Small & Mid-Size Properties

Installing cellular DAS solutions boost signals and ensure that all required areas of your building receive service. With these systems in place customers have a better experience, staff can conduct the business they need to, and in the worst-case scenarios, DAS systems ensure cellular calls can be made during emergencies.

Cell phone signal boosters use outside antennas to capture the signal that exists outside of the building, a signal booster that amplifies the signal’s strength, and inside antenna(s) to distribute the improved cell signal throughout the interior of the building. Cell phone boosters are used to stop dropped calls and fix weak signals in offices, condominiums, and commercial buildings up to 500,000 square feet.

Benefits of Enterprise Signal Booster Technology:

  • No carrier approval required
  • Fast deployments
  • Works with all carriers
  • Stronger cell signal – up to 32X
  • Fewer dropped calls and lost connections
  • Faster data uploads and downloads
  • Fewer no-signal ‘dead zones’
  • Improved audio clarity for voice calls