NASA Case study of Force 5 2.0

NASA install case study of Surecall Force5 2.0

NASA has one of the best engineers and capable minds on planet earth to solve problems. But when they ran into poor cell phone signal issues on of their Satellite service capabilities Office on MD they reached out to Business development executive Joe Comizio and he immediately recognized the scale of the problem being a facility like NASA had such huge area to cover came up with Surecall FORCE 5 as the perfect solution.

“When we were briefed on their problems and asked to bid on solutions, we knew immediately that cell phone signal boosters would be the best solution for both sites,” explains Joe Comizio, Business Development Executive at DAS Worldwide.

When it comes to large area signal problems like a metal buildings or concrete buildings where the structural massiveness poses such a huge barrier for cell phone signals. The Surecall Force 5 is indeed a solid performer when it comes to boosting cell phone signal on all major carriers ATT, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and local providers. They work seamlessly to boost cell phone signal and transmit that signal down to the amplifier to amplify and then broadcast that cellular signal through out the building using internal antennas. Internal antennas spacing and location is very crucial for a holistic coverage. The location of these internal antennas that span in a number of formations inside a building can in effect dictate if there is going to be any interference issues down the line. The Surecall Force 5 also features a remote control functionality that lets you fine tune the signal strength without having to go down to the facility or building to make necessary adjustment required when the carrier alters their signal strengths on their broadcast towers. Although that is a rarity, it does occur and sends a well optimized system in array. The Force 5 2.0 has proven to solve the almighty NASA’s problem, you can be sure to solve your!