Tag: cellular repeaters
28 January 2014 - 2:07, by , in Blog, Comments off
Are dropped cellular phone calls leaving your tenants and residents frustrated? If this is all too familiar for you and your tenants are not satisfied with the with the performance of wireless devices in the building, Harris Communications has solutions that will be of interest to you.   We offer single and multiple carrier designs that...
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Harris Communications works with boutique hotel in historic location to design and install a commercial cellular repeater solution.
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Harris Communications implements commercial repeater solution for health care companies administrative building. Copper system with spot coverage, designed to accommodate key areas in the facility.
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Harris Communications works with a rural Energy Facility to boost cellular signal in their administrative offices.
28 January 2014 - 2:07, by , in Blog, 4 comments
Harris Communications has worked with hospitals throughout the country to eliminate dropped calls with the installation of commercial cellular repeaters.
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Harris Communications has implemented Bi-Directional Amplifier Solutions in facilities throughout the United States.
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Harris Communications recently completed the 2nd and final phase of the commercial cellular project for the Van Andel Cancer Institute.  This facility’s 2nd phase is a Leed Certified building and we extended our 1st phase multi-carrier distributed antenna system (DAS) into it adding Nextel in addition to providing  in-building coverage with Verizon and AT&T.
28 January 2014 - 2:07, by , in Blog, 1 comment
How Cellular Reception Works Cell phone reception is the strength of the connection the cell phone has to its network.  There are a variety of factors that impact cellular signal, such as proximity to a tower.  Most mobile devices use a set of bars of varying heights to display the strength of the signal where...
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A microcell is a cell in a mobile phone network served by a low power cellular base station (tower), covering a limited area such as a mall, a hotel, or a transportation hub. 
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A bi-directional amplifier (also known as a cell phone repeater or wireless cellular signal booster) is the most common way cell phone companies have been improving cellular coverage over the past few years. Nearly gone are the days when calls are dropped mid sentence. A bi-directional amplifier boosts cell phone signal by using an internal...