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Common Misconceptions about Cell Signal Boosters

by Teddi Strassburger on November 14, 2018

AdobeStock_113982913Historically, some older models of cell signal boosters caused overloads that could take down entire cell towers, leading to connectivity issues for cell phone carriers and users. Of course, this gave cell signal boosters a bit of a bad reputation, and many people thought cell signal boosters were not worth the trouble. Now, though, technology has greatly improved, and strict FCC Guidelines have been established to ensure this does not happen again. 

Traditionally, cell carriers were solely responsible for providing strong cell service to consumers. Now, with the help of WilsonPro cell signal boosters, even areas a carrier's cell signal cannot reach can be covered. All WilsonPro cell signal boosters are FCC- and carrier-approved, and they are carrier-agnostic, meaning they boost cell signal for all carriers. Not only that, but WilsonPro also has partnerships with cell carriers to ensure their cellular amplifiers do not disrupt cell towers. 

Instead of causing issues with cell towers, as some cell signal boosters did in the past, WilsonPro cell signal boosters enable users to enjoy cell signal wherever they are. This is particularly pertinent in office buildings, hospitals and hotels, where there may be entire floors or areas with limited signal from the cell tower. WilsonPro cell signal boosters use Passive DAS technology to boost existing cellular signal into those areas where it may be weak, capturing the signal from the cell tower and amplifying it where it is needed. A passive DAS can increase signal power from the cell tower by up to 32 times, greatly enhancing the level of connectivity in the building. 

Enable the people who visit or work in your facility to easily communicate with each other and with people outside the building. The cell signal boosters of today provide consistent and strong cell service without the issues they used to be known for. WilsonPro's cell signal boosters ensure cellular connectivity in your facility. Click here to learn more about WilsonPro's solutions, and click here to contact your local Accu-Tech representative. 

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