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2 x Indoor antenna that can boost voice & data signal for an area of 25,000 sq ft and above on all carriers.
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This award winning Force-5 amplifier system has a 72dB gain amplifier at its heart and fitted with 2 indoor antennas suitable for locations that have an office in front and warehouse in the back. We recommend this system for large multilevel or split buildings to eliminate dead zones and expand cell phone service for all 5 bands 698-746 MHz, 746-787 MHz, 824-894 MHz, 1850-1995 MHz,1710-1755/2110-2155 MHz, including AWS and LTE.
The default cable included in the kit is a 75 ft & 30 ft. For installations that require longer lengths, please contact us and we can custom fit your cable needs.
Note: The Sentry does not have to be installed for the signal booster to work properly. However this device will enable you to adjust the gain, remotely. The Sentry will alert you of any changes that happen on the cell phone tower or additional towers that gets installed in your location.
Henry L – February 17, 2014:
We had this unit installed in a new construction that we completed for a client of ours and since our factory type building was meta roofed , we had no signal what so ever. This booster kicked in our signal from 0 to 5 bars instantly and covered an area the size of football stadium. We had custom cut our cable to our requirement and installed with no assistance. Thanks you guys!
Abe Nomer – May 22, 2014:
This unit was purchased after consulting with the tech support and was recommended for our midtown facility that was having poor reception due to metal roof. The installation was pretty much like installing a television antenna outside and plug-n-play . We had trouble fine tuning the frequencies for different carriers at first and then with some assistance from technical support, it worked perfect. We have looked at other solutions like a distributed wifi solution at first and changed to this for how cost effective it was. If you want a simple no nonsense solution, then these booster systems are the way to go.
cynthiaclark – August 18, 2016:
A small experiment could be carried out to test the performance of the product. Install an antenna up above the tree line and point it towards the Verizon tower 10 miles away. Then one can go inside where previously we could barely send and receive text messages and now has amazing signal. The signal will be almost ‘too’ good, that they will have to attenuate the LTE bands to get them to function properly.
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