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SureCall unveils residential 4G/5G cell booster

03 September 2021
The Fusion4Home Max signal booster that improves signal strength inside homes and buildings. Source: SureCall

SureCall has introduced a cellular signal booster for added coverage of signals inside residential buildings.

Called Fusion4Home Max, the booster is designed for use in rural and suburban homes and areas with partially blocked signals. The device boosts voice, text and data signals on all North American cellular networks.

The device can provide improved coverage and connectivity for multiple users on all 4G LTE and 5G cellular devices including hotspots.

The booster includes SureCall’s Extended Range Technology (ERT), which overcomes the signal loss in the outdoor cable and amplifies cell signals at the strongest point outside the building before sending it inside. The company said the booster doubles uplink transmission power to cell towers to help users stay connected, even in remote and weak signal locations.

Additional features include:

  • Improvement of data and streaming experiences on mobile devices.
  • Boosted signals mean cell users in remote areas won’t need to recharge mobile devices multiple times per day.
  • Highest system gain in its class, which provides maximum indoor coverage.

SureCall is demonstrating the signal booster at the CEDIA Expo 2021 taking place this week in Indianapolis, Indiana.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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