Cellular repeater for In-building coverage
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How Our Repeater Systems Work

Through high gain antennas placed on roof space or other available areas we are able to grab even the faintest of outside signals that weaken significantly when entering a building. This is done by directing our antennas towards local network provider masts. After the external signal is captured it is sent towards our repeater system via Low-Loss Coax cable. The signal entering the repeater system receives an amplification and then rebroadcasts the signal throughout a certain area.

In order to ensure that coverage is found throughout the entire building we are able to connect indoor antennas to the repeater via a cable and splitter system. Strategically placed omni antennas are installed through out building to distribute the signal equally to all desired areas.