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All hail the mobile signal boosters

The days when mobile phones were classed as a luxury item, afforded only by the few, have long gone. They are now integral to everyday living and are replacing our wallets, our computers, our travel documents, our cameras, our alarm clocks, and are relegating landline phones to history. Colin Abrey of Nextivity explains why Ofcom’s…
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Superior technology means superior cellular coverage

Digital technology is just better In-building cellular coverage is all about distributing cellular signals to where they need to be: users. Traditional analog technology would take the cellular signal source – whether from a BTS (Base Transceiver Station), small cell, or off air – amplify the signal, and push it out over coaxial cable. Coaxial…
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New Cel-Fi GO Bundles for Use in RVs, Trucks, Marine Vessels and Buildings

New bundles available for the Americas market optimize cellular coverage Nextivity Inc. today announced that its award winning Cel-Fi GO Smart Signal Booster is now available in six new bundles to resolve cellular connectivity problems on the go, at remote locations, and inside buildings where construction materials block cellular signals. Cel-Fi GO M is the…
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Next-gen mobile signal booster launches in NZ

Cel-Fi GO is the new smart signal repeater released by Powertec Telecommunications to boost mobile coverage for people and businesses. It can provide indoor and outdoor coverage and in any location where cellular service is poor. Powertec Telecommunications managing director Raymond Smith says the solution can largely resolve frustrations with poor cellphone reception areas and…
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Brooklyn Food Hall Solves Cellular Coverage Problems

The debate continues to rage on whether cell phones should be banned in restaurants, a debate that stops at the entry to the food halls that are exploding across America. That’s because the food hall trend is fueled by millennial foodies looking for a more outside-the-box dining experience,  according to research by Cushman and Wakefield. While millennials…
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Fact Check: Cel-Fi QUATRA Active DAS Hybrid vs. Passive DAS BDAs

Many buildings have poor cellular coverage or dead zones indoors, which is an issue for occupants considering that 80% of calls are made indoors. There are many factors that inhibit cellular signals, such as the size and construction of the building, environmental obstacles, and the location of towers. The number of users on a network…
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Powertec Telecommunications Releases Cel-Fi QUATRA for Distribution

INDUSTRY DISRUPTER – Innovative Mobile Coverage Solution for Buildings Up to 46,000sqm Cel-Fi QUATRA is set to revolutionise the Australian mobile coverage industry by providing an innovative, affordable connectivity solution for ‘middleprise’ buildings.  Cel-Fi QUATRA is an Active DAS Hybrid that provides uniform, high quality mobile signal throughout a building, scalable to the size needed…
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The Age of Supercells: When the macro signal doesn’t penetrate into buildings

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for the cellular coverage holes, dropped calls, unreliable connectivity, and poor reception that plague employees and guests inside middleprise buildings (i.e., those that are up to 500,000 sq. ft.). Carriers and system integrators have all been challenged by the demands for better cellular reception in commercial buildings whether they are in…
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