Special Report: Cell Phone Signal Boosters
An in-depth look at how to improve cellular communications in and around homes and commercial facilities to ensure clients' mission-critical systems stay up and running.
CE Pro is debuting a new Webzine Series that takes an in-depth look technologies integrators should add to their portfolios, if they haven’t already done so.
Part 1 of the series, presented by CE Pro and Wi-Ex, looks at cell phone signal boosters. Cellular systems are more important than ever, as consumers are dropping landlines and adding more mission-critical devices to the network – home control and monitoring systems, surveillance cameras, geo-location services, telehealth and even cloud-based services such a speech-recognition.
Integrators are equipped to improve cellular communications in and around homes and commercial facilities by using Wi-Fi boosters, which extend Wi-Fi signals into areas without additional cabling or network configuration.
Cell phone signal boosters take the outside signal and amplify it throughout an indoor area, ensuring consumers and commercial clients have reliable signal for offices, homes and even cars.
This free Webzine offers tips on how installers can identify the best technology to say goodbye to the ‘Dead Zone’ and hello to the ‘Mobile Zone’ and stay connected, entertained and organized.
Click here to view this Special Report: Cell Phone Signal Boosters
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