How Does an Office Cell Phone Booster Work?
An office cell phone booster utilizes 4 components to function:
- Cell tower
- Outdoor antenna
- Indoor dome antennas (2)
Many people are not aware of cell towers. You might drive by and look at one without even noticing what it is. Without knowing much about how cell frequencies work, we assume that poor signal can only be improved by our cell carrier. However, there are lots of factors that affect cell signal, and an office cell phone booster is the fastest, least expensive, and most effective way to improve your cellular coverage.
The outdoor antenna is placed on the roof facing the nearest cell tower, which can be easily located online. This antenna must be unobstructed as much as possible and, ideally, be placed 30 feet away from the indoor antennas.
The amplifier in your kit is plugged into a wall outlet and is also connected to the indoor and outdoor antennas via coax cables. An amplifier transfers power to both antennas and strengthens the signal it passes to the indoor antennas.
The indoor antennas are placed in a location that gets the best signal, but near the sites experiencing difficulties with cellular coverage. The amplifier passes the amplified signal to the indoor antenna, which then distributes it into your office space.