Mobile Devices

SureCall launches cellular ERT booster for large buildings

01 December 2022
The 5X Max signal booster will extend the range of voice, text and data signals on all 5G and 4G smartphones. Source: SureCall

SureCall has launched its first extended range technology (ERT) commercial signal booster designed to extend cellular range inside large office buildings, residential MDUs, industrial warehouses and college campuses.

Called 5X Max, the signal booster overcomes signal loss in the outdoor cable by amplifying cell signals at the strongest point outside the building before sending for amplification. SureCall said this allows for a larger indoor coverage area, max tower range and faster data speeds.

The cellular signal booster can be used to boost voice, text and data signals on all 5G and 4G LTE phones and devices from all North American carriers including Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.

Other features of the signal booster include:

  • Complete remote monitoring via mobile app to manage and adjust while off-site.
  • Integrated LCD displays booster status and information.
  • Uses SureCalls’ patented 2XP and SureIQ technologies for performance boost.
  • The indoor unit features two high-power interior antenna ports — which is like having two boosters in one housing — delivering double the gain and power over a single booster.
  • Two kitting configurations for flexibility in any building or floor plan.
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