SureCall Force5 Signal Booster

Force5™ | 3G – 4G Five-Band Adjustable Cell Phone Booster Kits are designed primely for Large Buildings up to 25,000 sq ft.

SureCall’s Force5 is a self-contained, five-band, cellular signal booster. The Force5 is an alternative solution to a DAS system at a small fraction of the cost. Modular in design, each Force5 provides enhanced cellular and data reception for areas of 20-25,000 square feet with up to 100 users. The Force5 combines PCS and Cellular dual-bands with LTE and AWS frequencies for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile for a complete 2G-4G voice and data reception solution. Our three-year warranty is a testament to the quality. Following are the features that make this product stand out in the market

  • Highest 4G data rate in the industry
  • Industry’s only highly linear product line of wideband signal boosters
  • Since 2009 intro, thousands of successful installations throughout the U.S. and Canada
  • Independently reconfigurable for each band
  • Covers all U.S. Cellular and PCS bands including Verizon, AT&T and G-Block
  • Independently, digitally adjustable uplink and downlink
  • First 5-band cellular booster compliant with FCC certification standards
  • Reconfigurable in the field through software
  • Dual Embedded CPU for smarter technology
  • Eight RSSI detectors for all inputs and outputs
  • Stealth technology incorporated – uplink becomes dormant when not in use, providing green, power saving operation
  • Auto Gain Control (AGC) with AGC Pre-Warning
  • Automatic shut down
  • Lowest Out of Band Emissions (OOBEto date
  • Quality metal construction, durable and resilient
  • Offers the industry’s best three year warranty Kitting Options:
  • Force5 Omni with 1 dome antenna: SC-PolyO-72

 

 

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Universal Cradle Signal Booster
Universal Cradle Signal Booster

The zBoost Mobile1 ZB245 has the topmost cell signal amplifier for a cradle device, but it doesn’t compare to the wireless cell signal boosters. It features dual-band compatibility with 3G and 2G, but on the other hand lacks 4G compatibility. People who need to boost only one phone at a time can use this as it is an outstanding cell signal booster. The zBoost Mobile1 ZB245 performs as well as other cradle signal boosters, but it doesn’t compare to the performance of wireless cell phone boosters. Except for the lower price, very little sets it apart from other cradle signal boosters.

The zBoost Mobile1 ZB245 features a universal cradle design, which means that you place your phone into a holding device that attaches to your dashboard. This design is at its best as long as you’re the only person in your car, because only one phone can benefit from the boosted signal. Generally, wireless boosters allow you to use your phone naturally but the cradle design requires you to use the speakerphone or a Bluetooth connection with your stereo.

For a cradle signal booster, the amplifier’s 40 dB gain is excellent, and the 3 dB noise figure is among the best available. This implies that you’ll receive a strong five-bar signal in areas where you would typically only get a one-bar signal. It also increases the battery life of your cell phone because it doesn’t have to search for a signal.

But one disadvantage to the Mobile1 ZB245 is the lack of 4G compatibility, which is the most recent generation of cellular technology. 4G provides better voice quality and allows you to download data at a rate of 100 Mbps in a moving vehicle. However, national 4G coverage is still inferior to 3G and 2G coverage. In rural areas, you are more likely to find only 3G or 2G signals, so the lack of 4G compatibility is only a minor drawback.

The installation being a simple process comes with a 4-inch outside antenna with a 10-foot coax cable that connects the antenna to the cradle. The antenna is attached to the roof of the car with a magnet. The cradle acts as the inside antenna, so there’s only one coax cable to install. The only other installation step is attaching the cradle to the dashboard, which uses an adhesive.

 

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