Category: Blog
27 January 2014 - 2:05, by , in Blog, 2 comments
Cellular coverage is an absolute necessity these days. Avoiding dead zones in coverage is paramount for any business. But with all of the cellular towers dotting the landscape, it does not seem possible for any kind of lull in cellular coverage. There are however dead zones, especially when inside buildings with metal shielding, thick concrete...
27 January 2014 - 2:05, by , in Blog, Case Studies, No comments
How much of my office will the cellular repeater cover? A lot of people contact our office with this question.  It is possible to provide an answer after we get some basic information.  There are a few variables that impact every situation.
26 January 2014 - 1:34, by , in Blog, 13 comments
Some solutions can be as simple and inexpensive as placing an antenna booster. If it doesn’t work you’ve lost little. This solution could work for both your mobile and at home needs, but it will depend on how marginal your signal is and what is causing the poor reception. If you determine you need a...
25 January 2014 - 1:15, by , in Blog, No comments
Cell boosters have become an absolute necessity for many people. Buildings, hills, valleys, and proximity all can impact the strength of your cellular or wi-fi signal. It’s terribly frustrating to be in your home or office and have a weak signal that distorts the reception or drops the call. Life will be much easier with...
24 January 2014 - 1:01, by , in Blog, No comments
Cellular Repeater Solutions can be designed to suit any size facility and repeat as few or as many carriers that the building owner desires.  The outline below details how they work:
21 January 2014 - 0:19, by , in Blog, No comments
Hello! I read an article in the NYTimes a few weeks ago and have been meaning to share it with you. It focuses on the spotty coverage that accompanies the iPhone. 
19 January 2014 - 0:06, by , in Blog, 11 comments
A commercial cellular repeater or commercial cellular signal booster is a type of bi-directional amplifier (BDA) as commonly named in the wireless telecommunications industry. The device is used for boosting the cell phone reception to a designated area through the usage of an antenna for reception, an amplified signal and an internal rebroadcast antenna.
8 January 2014 - 22:20, by , in Blog, 6 comments
DAS is the acronym we use in the wireless industry for DISTRIBUTIVE ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS).
30 December 2013 - 20:06, by , in Blog, 2 comments
Radio frequency (RF) repeaters work hand in hand with the closest DAS (Distributed Antenna System) to improve the cellular coverage in an area. RF repeaters take a low power signal from a cell phone and exponentially strengthen the signal. The DAS receives signals from local transceiver stations in greater number which magnifies the signals sent...
29 December 2013 - 19:57, by , in Blog, No comments
This is not a surprise to Harris Communications! We hear about the spotty reception and dropped calls that plague our peers and friends throughout Charlotte.
An advertisement to get better in-building cell phone and emergency radio coverage.