Cellular Boosting

Cellular Communication Issues

The security business is changing as rapidly as it is advancing, but with improved technology comes unintended consequences not foreseen until they are actually realized. Such is the case with security transmissions and the advanced use of cellular technology to transmit data, signals and alerts. Today, all advanced security businesses providing commercial and even residential security applications are abandoning hardwire for wireless, cellular communications. Congested space coupled with variations in cellular signals present transmission challenges. Cellular signals can also be hampered by certain building materials used in construction, like low eGlass, metal, concrete, also foliage, and cellular tower configuration with different carriers providing signal paths. The answer is installing products provided by manufacturers like SureCall, that detect, boost and correct weakened cellular signals.

What is a Cellphone Signal Booster?

Cell phone signal boosters are bi-directional amplifier (BDA), a name commonly used in the wireless telecommunications industry. These devices are used to boost cell phone reception in a local area by using a reception antenna, signal booster and an internal rebroadcast antenna. These technical applications are similar to the cellular broadcast towers used by network providers broadcasting. The units are of course much smaller and usually intended for use in one building or a common structure. Modern cellular signal boosters basically rebroadcast the cellular signals inside a building. The system uses an external directional or omni-directional antenna to seek out and collect the best cellular signal available, which is then transmitted to a booster unit that amplifies the signal. This in turn re-transmits that signal locally, which provides a significantly improved signal strength thus improving communication when its needed, 24/7. An additional advantage of using cell phone repeaters is an increase in the cell phone's battery life. This is primarily due to the lower power required to broadcast the signal to the bi-directional signal booster, due to its proximity to the phone.

ESI and SureCall- A Great Combination

ESI, Emergency Systems Inc, founded in 1978 is a commercial and high end-residential security provider that has partnered with industry leading security manufacturers that offer its customers, state-of-the-art security systems and products. ESI has agreed to represent SureCall, a nationwide leader in cellular signal booster technology based in Silicon Valley. Founded in 2001, SureCall has developed its security boost technology for a wide variety of applications include the Military, State Department functions, NASA, and other governmental entities and for major corporations like Pfizer, Hewlett Packard and other Fortune 500 companies. SureCall has been instrumental in developing new products that continually address the needs of all types of cellular and mobile broadband users and solutions providers. SureCall has built the best, in-house technical support team available and offers a 60 day, money back guarantee to back up their 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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