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What Is Cell Signal Boosting & How Does it Work?

Cell signal boosters have three main components – an interior antenna, an amplifier, and an exterior antenna. These parts work together to amplify an existing phone signal, typically outside of enclosed office buildings or through concrete walls.

Phone signal boosting is an essential investment for any business that relies on quality cell signal to perform vital, day-to-day activities. In fact, signal boosters have proven to completely eliminate dropped calls in 500,000+ square-foot buildings, and improve cell service by up to 10x.

If you are finding that your cell signal is a weakness for your business, get in touch with Telco Data today. We are able to:

  • Consult on the best cell signal boosting solution for you
  • Design a custom cell signal boosting system
  • Install your new system to maximize its benefit to your business
  • Manage and offer support with any issues or additional needs
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How We Design Custom Cell Signal Boosters

As a major player in Austin’s structured cabling and office optimization industry, Telco Data uses a streamlined process that has shown real results for thousands of clients over the last 20 years.

After the initial on-site consultation, our team works directly with the engineering department at WilsonPro to design a cell signal boosting system that fits seamlessly within your space and provides the greatest improvement in voice and video call quality.

Cell Signal Boosting Considerations

Something to note is that cell signal boosters don’t actually create a cell signal. Rather, they simply increase the productivity of an existing signal. Because of this, a weaker external signal can sometimes result in a weaker amplified signal inside of the building.

To combat the effects of being in an area where the outside signal is already weak, Telco Data recommends using a booster that is stronger than the one recommended for the location.

Get a free quote or on-site consultation today to see how Telco Data can help you transform the efficiency of your organization with cell signal boosting.

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Cell Signal Boosting Service FAQs

What is cell phone signal boosting?

The role of a cell signal booster is to improve the phone service inside buildings. It is a fairly common issue for businesses of all sizes to experience interruptions or complete drops in signal due to the infrastructure of the space.

Cell signal boosting amplifies the signal within an office building, improving call clarity, text, and data speed. Your organization will have the peace of mind of knowing they can freely utilize and rely on all of the systems and technologies you have invested in.

The cost of a cell signal boosting system depends on a variety of factors, namely:

  • The size of your building
  • The strength of the existing signal
  • The strength of the booster that is needed
  • Any other optimizations needed

If you’d like a more accurate cost assessment, get in touch with Telco Data today for a free quote.

As the name suggests, cell signal boosters do not create a signal – they simply boost an existing one.