Posted by Admin on June 23, 2015
More and more people choose to use cellphones instead of landline phones. This means that cellphones are the primary phone being used no matter where you might be. This means that dropped calls can be a major issue. Dropped calls are often caused by low signal levels. When you have a low or poor signal strength, your call can disconnect and be dropped. This is a major issue for many cellphone users.
Do You Deal With Dropped Calls?
Dropped calls due to poor signal strength is more common than you might imagine. More than 70% of cellphone owners have to deal with dropped calls from time to time. A surprising 30% of cellphone owners complain of dropped calls more than a few times each week. This means that poor or low signal strength is a major issue. Not being able to use your cellphone is a problem that can be fixed with the help of a building booster. A building booster is specifically designed to improve signal strength for mobile devices being used within buildings.
Building boosters can be used in the home or other properties and offer better signal improvements than most vehicle boosters. This means that you shouldn’t have to deal with dropped calls when you have a building booster nearby.
There are many different types of building boosters that you can choose from. Each has different features and offers unique specifications. Here are some of the top building boosters that you can choose from:
This building booster offers max gain of 60 and 2 frequency bands. It also supports 3G and voice/text.
The Home 4G is similar to the Home 3G booster and the only main difference is that it offers 5 frequency bands and 4G LTE support in addition to the rest.
Connect 3G is a booster that offers 65 max gains and 2 frequency bands. It has 3G support and voice/text, but does not support 4G LTE. The "omni" version refers to the fact that the booster kit includes an omni-directional antenna which means it draws mobile signals from all directions and from all Carriers. The "uni" version refers to the fact that the booster kit includes an uni-directional antenna which means it draws mobile signals from only one direction whichever direction the antenna is pointed. The benefit of this type antenna is that it channels the signal into the home from much greater distances but from only a single Carrier whose tower it is pointed towards. The disadvantage is that the installation of a unidirectional antenna will require an extra step to detect the signal's direction to channel towards (see our blog post, field test mode for assistance with this aspect), and also that it will boost signal for only one Carrier inside the house. The Connect 4G is similar to the Connect 3G with the major difference being 70 max gain and 5 frequency bands. The Connect 4G also supports 4G LTE.
The Connect 3G-X booster has a max gain of 65 and 2 frequency bands, but the Connect 4G-X has a max gain of 70 and 5 frequency bands. Both support 3G and voice/text, but the Connect 4G-X also supports 4G LTE.