Harris Communications Announces Improved Cellular Reception at the Office with Cell Phone Repeaters
Oct 08, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Harris Communications announced today that they have now released the ultimate solution to improve cellular reception in office buildings.
Harris Communications is the professional solution to cellular reception concerns. Reliable cell service is vital for efficient communication in any office, and company productivity can increase with improved cell phone service. Harris Communications has expert technicians throughout the US and Canada conducting onsite analysis to engineer individual solutions for each client, and they guarantee increased reception for all network providers.
Structural materials used in the construction of large buildings, like thick concrete, can limit the capability of cell phone towers to provide adequate service inside some buildings. Harris Communications conducts site surveys to determine what factors are contributing to the lack of cell phone reception. No matter when the building was built or what construction materials were used, installing cellular repeaters, a repeater booster, and other devices can increase indoor reception.
Cell phone repeaters are used to boost the cell phone reception in a given area by amplifying the existing signal through an internal rebroadcast antenna. Technicians at Harris Communications coordinate cell phone repeaters with a bi directional antenna to harness the external cellular signal and amplify it inside the building. Phone repeaters can provide added reception for several users at the same time, which makes them suitable for commercial or home use.
Business does not need to suffer from low cell service. Harris Communications is responding to the growing demand for repeater booster service with bi-directional amplifier and cell phone repeaters. They provide on-site evaluations to clients in the US and Canada, and they have experience servicing urban and rural areas. Poor network coverage should not negatively affect business, and cellular repeaters can improve cellular signal. Cell phone repeaters not only provide improved signal strength, they can also extend the life of a cell phone battery by decreasing the power necessary to connect with low network signal. A bi-directional amplifier will improve battery life as well since it broadcasts the signal much closer to the phone.
Recent Harris Communication projects include The Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The building is set into a steep hill making it difficult to locate by cellular towers, and the building was designed in two phases, which may complicate the cellular signals and require additional placement of bi-directional amplifiers and repeater boosters. Harris Communications planned a comprehensive strategy for solving the reception problem at The Van Andel Institute. Implementing a commercial cellular repeater, technicians were able to boost the cell phone reception to the building by accurately placing a bi-directional antenna that successfully amplified the internal rebroadcast antenna. Since the walls of the building prevented the network signal from reaching cell phones, the bi-directional antenna boosts coverage inside the The Van Andel Institute, even improving cellular reception in the parts of the building that is underground.
Cell phone repeater, repeater booster, and bi directional amplifier are now available through Harris Communications at http://harriscommunications.net.
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