Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile Quietly Pre-Approve Use of 62 Signal Booster Models

In January 2015, the FCC wrote to the four major US carriers asking them to "publicly indicate their status regarding consent for each Consumer Signal Booster" that has passed the FCC's new certification process. 62 amplifier systems in total were listed as approved, and carriers were asked to review whether those boosters are safe for use on their networks. In early...

SureCall Fusion5s Cell Phone Booster Review

This post was written by Tom Hernandez, RepeaterStore's general manager, for, describing the booster kit he has installed in his own home.

Infographic: The ROI of Mobile Productivity - Mobile Enterprise

Mobile devices were at first seen as a distraction. Now they're a key part of employee productivity. This infographic shows exactly how.

DAS Market- Distributed Antenna System

A question we commonly hear is “What does the future hold for the DAS market?” Obviously, the wireless industry in general is growing and will continue to do so. The most visible segment of that expansion is the consumer sector, including smartphones, tablets, accessories, apps, and content. The DAS industry has largely remained behind the scene and inconspicuous to the...

Another Reception Issue Resolved

At the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, faculty and staff rely heavily on their cell phones — but indoor cell coverage has been a challenge."The University of New Mexico has many older buildings made with a lot of concrete and rebar, where we were not getting reception," said facilities manager Jeff Kleeman. "We also have a lot of subterranean...

Wilson Electronics is now weBoost

Hey, who are these weBoost guys anyway?! Earlier this year, Wilson Electronics rebranded. They are now weBoost.   LAS VEGAS – Jan. 6, 2015 – Wilson Electronics, global leader in cellular signal booster sales, is now weBoost® ( The company revealed the new brand name and unveiled a new logo with its presence at 2015 International CES. The new brand...

How your phone tracks your every move

  How your phone tracks your every move To limit tracking: Turn off WiFi & Bluetooth when not in use Limit which applications can access your data Turn off phone or leave it behind when you really don't want to be tracked