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Despite the increasing reliance on mobile phone technology for daily work operations, many companies are still experiencing unreliable and inconsistent cell phone connectivity. Recognizing you have a connectivity problem is the first step toward finding a solution. Here are some indicators: 

Weak signal strength: This is one of the most common problems, often the result of building materials and geographical factors impeding signal penetration. 

Network congestion: In densely populated areas like urban centers or public venues during events, network congestion can overwhelm cellular networks, causing service degradation for users. 

Dead zones: Cellular signals may simply not be available in certain areas within a building or facility—especially in larger structures.  

Interference: Interference from electronic equipment, building structures, or other wireless devices can disrupt cellular connectivity, especially 5G signals. 

Frequent dropped calls: If you or your employees experience frequent dropped calls, especially in specific areas of your building, it’s a clear sign of signal issues. 

Slow data speeds: Slow internet speeds on mobile devices, despite having a data plan with adequate bandwidth, can be an indicator of poor signal strength. 

Inconsistent service: If you notice your cellular service varies significantly in different areas of your building or at different times of the day, this may be a sign of connectivity problems. 

Complaints from users: Listen to feedback from employees, customers, or visitors. Complaints about poor cellular service can point to underlying issues. 

The Solution to Connectivity Issues: Cell Phone Repeater Systems

A cell phone signal repeater or cell signal amplifier system is composed of antennas and amplifiers that receive, strengthen, and rebroadcast cellular and other radio signals on a carrier’s licensed frequencies to improve voice and data connectivity.  

In such a system, an exterior antenna identifies and aggregates off-air radio signals, which are then amplified by a cellular repeater and distributed via coax cable to indoor antennas for use by devices throughout the building. Repeater antennas can be set up on multiple floors to ensure consistent coverage throughout the building interior—for every user, wherever and whenever they need it.  

A Smart Business Investment 

Because improving cellular reception throughout your building interior will significantly improve your operations, installing a cell phone signal repeater is a wise long-term investment. You’ll not only have the connectivity capacity to handle all the things individual users expect to do with their mobile phones, but also the high-speed data transfer and edge processing capabilities that can help transform your business. 

While your connectivity needs will depend on your type of business, here are some general areas where a repeater system could improve operations: 

  • Future readiness and longevity: Technology is always evolving. But with 5G compatibility, your repeater solution can provide many years of advanced connectivity. The open design simplifies expansion and upgrades without having to replace the entire network.  
  • Increased capacity and speed: Most enterprise applications that require advanced connectivity to support more simultaneous connections. This increased capacity enables the deployment of a growing number of devices. 
  • High-speed data transfer: This isn’t just for faster internet browsing. It enables quicker cloud access, real-time data analytics, faster file transfers, and seamless video conferencing. 
  • Enhanced user experience: Users of site-specific mobile applications will benefit from real-time data transfer, from hybrid shopping to smart manufacturing. Your system may also support enhanced or hybrid experiences that require high-definition streaming for presentations, AR/VR, AI-based applications, etc.  
  • Support for emerging technologies: Advanced connectivity will support Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Think smart building management systems, security cameras, smart HVAC systems, and more. 
  • Edge computing: With data processing being done closer to where data is generated, there’s potential for real-time insights and analytics. 
  • Increased property value: Buildings with the infrastructure for advanced connectivity can demand higher rents and have a competitive edge in the real estate market. 
  • Operational efficiency: Faster connectivity can result in better performance of cloud-based platforms, leading to potential operational cost savings. 
  • Safety and security: In an emergency, reliable connectivity can be lifesaving. It can help with business continuity, enable smart security systems, and facilitate quick and effective emergency response and management.  
  • Smart building systems: Enhanced connectivity allows for better control over building utilities, leading to energy savings and sustainable operations. 
  • Remote work and global collaboration: High-speed connectivity ensures that employees can collaborate efficiently, regardless of where they’re located. 

Your Next Step 

If you’re experiencing cell phone connectivity issues and the business problems that result from poor reception, it may be time to invest in a cell phone repeater system. There’s a variety of repeater solutions to choose from, and they can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your organization based on factors such as cost, size of the building interior, number of users, business objectives, etc. The installation process is easy.  
As a pioneer in the wireless connectivity industry, WilsonPro designs and deploys cell phone signal repeater solutions for organizations of all sizes and industries. Our advanced solutions are backed by a 5-year warranty and a team of experts that understand the mission-critical nature of connectivity. We can help you find a cellular repeater system that will meet your budget and technical requirements. To learn more, contact WilsonPro today. 

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