It can be frustrating at best dealing with a poor mobile signal and even slower Internet while attempting to get your work done.
Something as simple as a ‘missed call’ lets you know that important calls aren’t coming through to you when they need to reach you. Ugh!
More than ever, businesses need reliable mobile signal boosters for work. Businesses rely on the Internet and their mobile signals to function properly. These issues are rampant and cause serious problems for those businesses. This slows down productivity as well as profitability.
Unfortunately, thanks to modern building materials that work well to keep the elements out of an office work against mobile technology and the Internet. They prevent signals from penetrating the facility and thus give them sketchy service.
- This is what causes dead zones in most office buildings.
- Thankfully, there are some solutions to these issues that can stop the issue from being a problem ever again.
- This translates to fewer missed calls, higher productivity, and of course, increased profits.
- So, what are these solutions? Will they result in more consistency? More reliable connections? Will they work in the office space regardless of where you’re located within the facility?
- Mobile signal boosters work amazingly well to amplify the signals in nearly any facility. They ensure that you’ll have a quality, reliable signal to make your business function properly.
- Mobile signal boosters work on a commercial scale to support as many units as required. They’ll reduce missed calls and dead zones biography.
- There are several different configurations that will work for various-sized facilities with variable numbers of users. Many of them are strong enough to give a strong signal, even in an unconventional building.
How Do Mobile Signal Boosters Work?
One of the great things about mobile signal boosters is that they don’t require antennae or cabling that can be hazardous and cause people to trip and fall. Here are the six steps that are used to install them:
1. Site Survey
After a site survey, we’ll determine the best location to install the required infrastructure to ensure that your mobile booster works.
2. Donor Antenna
We’ll install a door antenna that is subtle on the top of your facility. This will work to transmit the signal and improve the reception of the signal inside your facility to the closest signal tower. Vodafone Sure Signal is used to manipulate your home broadband connection to create a 3G signal, enabling you to make calls and carry on as usual, despite poor phone reception in your area.
3. Antenna Cable Run
We’ll run the coaxial cables from the door antenna to the network unit; this is also called a repeater that is installed inside your facility. These carry the signal for your services.
4. Network Unit
We’ll install your network unit. This amplifies and conditions the off-air signal in various frequency bands as your signal source.
5. Coverage Unit Cable Runs
We’ll optimize the CAT 6 cable and connect it from the network unit to the coverage units that will be installed throughout your facility, providing coverage to all areas of the facility.
6. Coverage Units
We’ll install remote subtle units throughout the various areas of your facility to improve the signal where it’s lagging. This includes various floors, such as the underground parking area and other corners that are often overlooked. These units work to convert and amplify the mobile signal throughout the facility.
So what do you need to consider before you choose your mobile signal booster?
When it comes to choosing the best booster for your needs, you’ll need to consider the square meter size of the facility that requires coverage. We can help you to determine this size, as not all areas will require coverage.
Mobile signals are measured in decibels or dB. The boosters work to add the dB of the signal. They increase the coverage in your facility. The higher the dB, the wider the coverage location.