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Solving Indoor Cell Phone Reception Problems


You need your wireless devices and services to work for you...anywhere. But when it comes to reliable indoor cell phone reception, your building works against you, absorbing radio signals as they pass through. Large buildings, such as warehouses, hospitals and factories, often have no cellular reception further than a few meters from the outside wall. So how do you make your laptop, cell phone, and other applications work inside?

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To make cellular work indoors, you need an In-Building Cellular System that utilizes RF equipment to distribute wireless signals throughout your facility. Seamless Cellular utilizes components from the world's most reputable In-Building Wireless Amplifier manufacturers and designs and implements systems that provide optimum efficiency.

Technology/How it Works

Step 1

A source, such as an outside Cell Tower or BTS provides the RF signal to the building through a rooftop donor antenna or wired landline connection.

Step 2

Front end equipment (cellular repeater / cellular amplifier) receives and conditions the signal for distribution throughout the building.

Step 3

The wireless signal is transported via cabling throughout the building to a network of discreet internal antennas (cellular repeater /cellular amplifier).

Step 4

The internal antennas transmit and receive strong cellular signal for use by the end user.

Cell Phone Repeater

Useful Information:

A cellular repeater, cell phone repeater, cellular amplifier, cell phone amplifier, or wireless cellular signal booster, is a type of bi-directional amplifier (BDA), a device used for boosting cell phone reception to the local area by the usage of a reception antenna, a signal amplifier and an internal rebroadcast antenna. These are similar to the cellular broadcast towers used for broadcasting by the network providers, but are much smaller, usually intended for use in buildings and large homes. Cellular amplifiers rebroadcast cellular signals inside the building. The systems usually use an external, directional antenna to collect the best cellular signal, which is then transmitted to an amplifier unit which amplifies the signal, providing significantly improved cell phone signal strength.

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