For most people, the struggle to get a good mobile signal, particularly indoors, has existed since the invention of mobile phones. This is especially aggravating given that 85 percent of all cell phone calls are made indoors.
The ability of mobile network towers to provide continuous signal is required for successful indoor mobile coverage. Operating towers use radio frequencies to transmit phone signals (RFs). These frequencies are susceptible to being weakened by a variety of factors.
The following are the main reasons why people experience poor indoor cell phone connectivity.
It is often found that the side of the building nearest to the tower always has great signal, whereas the opposite side suffers from poor coverage.
The proximity to the mobile network mast, mountains, trees, and weather conditions all play a role in how far or well the mobile phone signal boosters work, but construction materials are the most significant impediment to indoor mobile signal coverage. Most modern buildings are built with materials that are good for the building but bad for mobile phone signal penetration. Mobile signal blockers include thick brick walls, insulation, and treated glasses, concrete, or metal.
All hope is not lost, as we have worked and continue to work tirelessly with top-tier RF (Radio Frequency Engineers) and manufacturers to provide you with a solution at an affordable price. If you have at least one bar of signal a few meters away from your property, our system can help pull it, refine it, and amplify it throughout your home or office. In terms of pricing and affordability, our boosters are designed with everyone in mind.
Our devices are simple to set up and can provide a consistent and uninterrupted voice and data connection.
It work by the Outdoor antenna which is mounted in the roof or at least on a 10m pole, pulling the available phone signal outside the property through the 10 meter cable into the Booster, the booster then process and refine this little signal and amplifies and then distributes it throughout the house indoors, through the indoor distributing antenna.