Author: harrisadmin
10 December 2013 - 17:27, by , in Blog, No comments
Sometimes cell signal is just lost inside a building. It is no real fault of the cell provider or the phone. Sometimes the building materials just block the signal. This is where a cell booster comes in handy. A cell booster can give an additional two or three bars even deep inside a building with...
8 December 2013 - 17:12, by , in Blog, No comments
Great question! You can boost more than one cellular signal.  We prefer to conduct a site survey in order to determine the carrier readings in and outside your building to determine what solution will be the best fit.
6 December 2013 - 16:51, by , in Blog, No comments
by Pete Esposito By anticipating future growth and planning for wireless communications that grow with the organization, businesses can save money and ensure hassle-free upgrading that keeps pace with expansion. In 2009, Harris Communications installed wireless communications equipment for Riot Games, the creative company that produces League of Legends online gaming, to ensure clear cell...
3 December 2013 - 16:22, by , in Blog, No comments
We are excited to see the innovative technology coming from a US company and look forward to CommScope's continued growth and success.
1 December 2013 - 16:07, by , in FAQ, No comments
A cellular network is a radio network made up of a number of radio cells (or just cells) each served by at least one fixed-location transceiver known as a cell site or base station.
24 November 2013 - 14:56, by , in FAQ, No comments
A macrocell is a cell in a mobile phone network that provides radio coverage served by a power cellular base station (tower). Generally, macrocells provide coverage larger than microcells. The antennas for macrocells are mounted on ground-based masts, rooftops and other existing structures, at a height that provides a clear view over the surrounding buildings...
23 November 2013 - 14:46, by , in Blog, No comments
When you’ll need a cell repeater? A cell repeater is a necessity when reception is poor. Dropped calls, marginal voice quality, delayed reception of text messages or voice mails without hearing the phone ring are all annoying and potentially harmful in the case of emergencies. Cell phone usage has grown by leaps and bounds over...
18 November 2013 - 14:08, by , in Blog, No comments
Bird on a Wire…… This blog is industry related folks but not what we typically blog about at Harris Communications.  My day started with the routine cup of coffee and logging onto my computer.  I went to the local online paper this morning and I had to laugh when I read an article that talks...
26 October 2013 - 9:37, by , in Blog, No comments
The FCC on Wednesday approved new rules for cell phone boosters, giving booster makers a major win. In its order, the FCC crated new, stringent technical rules for how booster makers need to manufacture the devices. Boosters must adhere to what the FCC is calling its Network Protection Standard, which most carriers are agreeing to.
16 October 2013 - 18:09, by , in Blog, No comments
RF Engineering, also known as Radio Frequency Engineering, is a subset of electrical engineering. It applies to devices which are designed to operate in the Radio Frequency spectrum. RF Engineering is incorporated into almost everything that transmits or receives a radio wave which includes, but not limited to, Cell Phones, Wi-Fi and Public Safety Solutions....
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