With all the gadgets and gizmos that talk to each other in clients' homes, CE pros' customers rely on Wi-Fi, cellular and HDTV signals now more than ever. But sometimes, these signals don't come through as clear or crisp as we want them to, or there are certain “dead spots” littered around a home.
There are multiple things in a home that can mess with your client's signal. The materials homes are built out of, the number of devices in a home or neighborhood, and even atmospheric conditions can cause a big headache for you and your customer.
That's when the customer service calls start coming in. But what if you could boost all three of these signals at once?
A new all-in-one signal booster, the SureCall Force7 boosts cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV signals. It amplifies cellular signal over up to 80,000 square feet for 100+ simultaneous users. Its Wi-Fi router extends network coverage up to 50,000 square feet. It includes HDTV signal booster that brings locally aired HDTV television stations into building.
It is a multi-channel, all-in-one device that gives you the convenience and ease of enhancing your clients' signals without having to purchase multiple boosters. An all-in-one unit will also save you space, since you won't have multiple signal boosters all over the place.
If you're working in a larger building and only need cellular boost, use a professional rack-mounted commercial signal booster like the Wilson Pro 4000R, which would cover up to 140,000 square feet. With a professional installation, you will be able to cut down on frequency congestion by boosting signals in a specific band for your use, and you will be able to more effectively blanket a home or office with a consistent and crystal-clear signal in ways you wouldn’t have been able to otherwise.
At the end of the day, the right signal booster is going to make your clients' phone and data connection more stable, Wi-Fi Internet a lot faster, and HDTV signal come in true high definition without too much pixelation or visual breakdown.
It is all about choosing the right one.