FCC Relaxes Rules for Some Signal Boosters, Announces NPRM

Last week the FCC announced the biggest batch of proposed changes to its 2013 rules since their original release. While most of the changes likely won't go into effect for at least a few months, they herald meaningful updates to the commission's signal booster regulations. Summary of Announcement The document released last week actually has two components: a "Report and Order" along with a "Further...


Case Study - Scotsman Ice Systems

SureCall cell phone signal boosters and RSRF solution experts bring cellular clarity to Scotsman Ice Systems’ 90,000 sq ft Illinois headquarters.

Announcing the Otto Pylot Guide to Cell Signal Boosters

We're very excited to announce our collaboration with Otto Pylot to produce the brand new Otto Pylot Guide to Cellular Signal Boosters. If you're new to signal boosters, or if you've installed one and encountered issues, we highly recommend checking out his thorough introduction to the technology. Working with Otto Pylot has been a privilege. We've followed his writing ever since he first launched his excellent...


FCC Filings Hint at Upcoming weBoost 46033 Marine Booster Kit

A new filing made by Wilson Electronics on January 8th, 2018 shows basic details of an upcoming marine booster kit from weBoost with FCC ID number PWO460033. The FCC filing has a confidentiality request in place asking that the FCC not share photos or user manual information until the product has launched, so details on the product are scarce. weBoost's product...


Cel-Fi's GO X now available for T-Mobile

The Cel-Fi by Nextivity GO X single-carrier signal booster kit is now available for T-Mobile.

For Better Cell Signal, Buy the A1865 Model of the iPhone X

Starting at 12:01 PDT on Friday, Apple will start selling two versions of the iPhone X in the US: the A1865 version and the A1901 version. If you’re not aware that two models exist, Apple won’t give you an option of which to purchase: you’ll be issued one of the two based on which carrier you’re on. But one of...


Preparing for an oncoming natural disaster that will take out your cell phone signal?

Cell phone reception in most parts of Puerto Rico was unavailable for at least 12 days after Hurricane Maria. For those 12 days, people were completely unable to communicate with each other or the outside world. Children on the American mainland couldn’t reach their parents on the island to see if they’d survived the category 4 hurricane. Puerto Ricans couldn’t...