Searching for a signal booster requires from you some knowledge in signal type, coverage and other technical data. This page will help you understand everything about mobile boosters and will give you advice in finding a suitable model. Or you may simply Contact our technical specialists directly to get replies to all your questions.
A cell phone signal booster is professional amplifying equipment created for intensifying low mobile signals – GSM, 4G LTE or 3G. A standard booster set includes:
A mobile signal booster is compact, lightweight, modern and has multiple options making its usage maximally effective. Such a booster is able to improve GSM signal for phone calls, 4G LTE and 3G signals for stable mobile Internet.
Every component of a booster set has its own important functions.
In the result, the incoming and outgoing signals of your cell phone become strong and you get reliable mobile communication.
The device suits for all types of indoor locations of any dimensions: from apartments, studios and small offices to large multi-story office buildings, departments stores and supermarkets.
To choose a suitable booster, you need to know what type of signal you need to improve.
To be sure what to choose, you can contact our technical specialists who will give you proper consultation.
When transmitting mobile signals your operator uses certain radio frequencies. So while choosing a cell phone booster you should look up a model that supports the frequency of your provider. That’s why it’s important to know on which frequencies your local network operates. We have resolved this dilemma for you by creating automated Search form with the frequencies of your mobile operator. Using it you will find a suitable booster model in 3 steps only.
Coverage area shows the approximate size of the territory where you want to improve a signal. It’s measured in square meters or feet. Calculate your coverage area to find an appropriate mobile booster. For your convenience we have systematized all booster models into 4 categories:
Note that the manufacturer indicates coverage area in ideal signal reception conditions, which implies excellent outdoor signal, no obstacles, very thin internal walls or their absence, etc. In practice, most situations are definitely not ideal ones. That’s why we always recommend our clients choosing a more powerful model with larger coverage to compensate influence of all the possible obstacles.
If you feel unsure about the booster kit you need for your coverage area, contact technical specialists to get professional assistance.
For effective signal improvement it’s essential to choose the booster system basing on signal strength. Using your cell phone in regular or engineering mode (Field test mode), check signal strength outside the building. If you see at least 2-3 bars (about -90dB or closer to 0), the booster will be able to catch and intensify this signal. If your signal level is lower, it’s highly possible that you simply need a more powerful model. To find the best solution for your situation, contact our support team.
Every booster model features its power level measured in dB. Decibels measurement indicates how powerful boosters are. For small areas of about 150 m², a 10dB booster is sufficient, while for places of about 500-700 m², you will need a more powerful model with 15dB gain. The higher the gain is, the better signal amplification you will get. Check with our experts what booster model suits your needs best of all.
Every cell phone booster comes in a full kit with outside antenna already included. But in case you want to change it, note what antennas type we offer and how they differ:
Ordering a booster you get an indoor antenna that best of all suits the chosen model. However, if the building has several floors and non-standard shape, you may need an additional indoor antenna. MyAmplifiers offers the following antennas for internal use:
Coaxial cables are required to connect the booster with antennas. The cable length and type depends on a model. Each booster is supplied with cables, and you don’t need to buy them separately. Check specifications of the chosen unit to see details.
If possible, shorten the cable length to reduce signal loss. Also try not to use additional cabling; otherwise you are risking to decrease the quality of signal transmission, which will influence mobile connection.
We use only low loss coaxial cables that differ in supported frequency ranges. The full assortment is available on Accessories page.
We know how many parameters are needed for choosing an appropriate booster model, so we have made the job for you to save your time — use Search form that will help you find the best booster by your needs in 3 steps only. In case you have any questions or suggestions, contact us now!
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