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How do signal boosters work?

The farther away you are from a cellular or television tower, the weaker your device’s signal will be. Likewise, obstructions like trees, hills, buildings etc. can also block your signal from reaching your device. What a signal booster does is amplify the weak signal so that it can communicate effectively with the tower.

Whether you install a signal booster in your home, office or, vehicle, there are normally 4 main components required for installation: signal booster (amplifier), inside antenna, outside antenna, and power supply. The outside antenna works by picking up the weak signal from the cell tower, which is then amplified by the booster and sent directly to your device via the inside antenna. The process is then reversed, giving your device the increased power necessary to communicate with the tower.

Are signal boosters difficult to install?

For a home or office installation, mount the outside antenna to the roof or optional window bracket and connect to the signal booster. Finally, make sure the inside antenna is connected to the amplifier to repeat the signal back to your device.

It’s important to read through your installation guide carefully prior to installing any equipment, as some hardware may not be suitable for your particular application. If physical restrictions prevent you from installing the antenna on the roof or outside your building, you can request professional assistance.

Will a signal booster add charges to my monthly cell phone bill?

No. There is no additional monthly fee, service plan, or hidden costs for using a Signal Booster.

Where should I install my signal booster?

Make sure to position the signal booster in a well-ventilated, central location of the house where it can’t be obstructed by brick walls or metal objects. Avoid placing your signal booster near microwaves, cordless phones, garage door openers, and even baby monitors. Keep in mind, the less objects in the signal’s way, the better the signal strength. To save space, you can mount the signal booster to any suitable surface or lay it flat.

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