How is the cell phone booster market adapting to the FCC regulated market?

For those who have been following us know that the cell phone carriers were not happy about the cell phone booster industry was ungoverned by them because they were doing the cell phone companies dirty work of making sure that if a customer needed cell phone signal , they got cell phone signal. The cell phone industry has one goal in mind, sell the maximum number of cell phone lines possible and utilize the installed cell phone towers to it maximum potential. They were answering the investors demand and there is nothing wrong with that, except that it left a few unlucky customers with a cell phone morphed into a paper weight inside their homes.

The cell phone booster manufactures saw there that as a problem and worth solving! Then when the cell phone companies saw this industry all by itself cropping from underneath providing a valuable service that even they realized how good it was for their own image started to embrace it. Now we have an industry regulated by the FCC that both the consumers and cell phone companies both like. However the deadline for cell phone amplifier manufactures is March 1st 2014 to get all its products the stamp of approval from the FCC. That means a complete overhaul of its manufacturing process, limits on the gain in the amplifiers, antennas and accessories.

Class A Signal Booster
This is a any signal booster that amplifies and broadcast signal in more then one specific channel and one that does not exceed for more then 75 kHz frequency.

Class B Signal Booster
These are signal booster that retransmits signal in a wide bandwidth and one that does not exceed 75 kHz frequency.

The industry is adapting doing necessary changes to conform with the new rules.

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