We’ve all experienced a dropped call at one point or another. So we all know how frustrating it can be to get cut off in the middle of a conversation. Yet even with cell phone networks expanding and technology constantly improving, it still happens!
That’s why it helps to get a bit of a “leg up” with the cell signal you do receive. By amplifying that connection, you’re able to get more reliable service for all of your voice, text, and data needs—especially for your important business work. After all, company calls don’t always taking place at a desk.
How Signal Boosters Work
Making sure you have a consistent cell signal all throughout your site will keep business running smoothly. Communication is key for any organization, and you don’t want people to experience dropped calls. That’s just bad for your customer service reputation. (Plus, it’s always nice to have good cell phone reception while you’re on your lunch break.)
Over the years, we’ve had a lot of success with SureCall signal boosters for our commercial clients. But the manufacturer also has options for residential and mobile options, such as cars, trucks, RVs, and boats. It’s also worth noting that SureCall was the first to market, so they hold multiple patents for their signal boosters. Moreover, these products are great because they work with all cell carriers.
1. Antenna for Building Exterior
Because we specialize in business telecommunication needs, we’ll run through how signal boosters work for commercial sites. The first step is to determine the best location on your building’s exterior for a new antenna. This should be installed wherever your existing cell signals are the best, given your circumstances. The antenna will then capture that signal and direct it to your signal booster to make it stronger.
2. SureCall Signal Booster(s)
The signal booster is obviously the “workhorse” of these setups. The important thing is to find the best solution your site’s needs. SureCall makes signal boosters for office spaces and even industrial use. Even still, especially large sites may even need two or more to ensure that you’ll have better reception all around your property.
3. Interior Antenna(s)
The right telecomm team can help you decide on the proper setup. With your signal booster solution selected, it’s time to install the interior antenna(s). As before, you may need more than one. These work to distribute the enhanced cell signal from your booster toward the key areas of your building or site.
4. Cabling Installation
Finally, your telecomm technicians will need to install the appropriate wire cabling to connect each of your new antennas to the signal booster(s). With this circuit complete, you should be all set to get a powerful signal wherever it’s been missing!
When you’ve been dealing with dropped calls and long send/receive times for text messages around your property, a signal booster can be a great long-term solution. Enhanced Telecommunications and Data can help make it happen. SureCall has options that are compatible with every major carrier service, so it’s pretty easy to find the right fit. Just visit our contact page to start the conversation!