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What Causes Dropped Calls for Smart Phones

As we depend more and more on cellular technology, it is important that we understand some of its limitations. If we better understand the reasons for signal fluctuation we can prepare to address these situations. Fortunately, poor signal quality can be improved. Please check out this article on RepeaterStore.com at,  https://www.repeaterstore.com/pages/what-causes-dropped-calls-for-smart-phones

The Internet of Things

In an article posted by Editor Sue Marek, FierceWireless, she writes about making LTE lighter, cheaper and slower. "The Internet of Things is often described as the connecting of everything from smartphones and tablets to cars and appliances to the cellular network so these devices can communicate with each other and improve efficiency through the automation of certain tasks. But...

On Demand Wireless Access for Retail Store VIP Customers

Tech-savvy retail store shoppers expect connectivity for their personal cell and data devices. To ensure consistent wall-to-wall wireless customer service, an upscale brand retailer contacted RepeaterStore.com The client required design and installation of wireless signal booster system. The project specified concealed antenna panels and a directive to ensure AT&T signal boost. Installation required use of Plenum rated cable for horizontal runs.     Electrical floor plans assist us with the system mapping....

Demand for In-building Wireless Systems Projected to exceed $16B by 2016

Sales of wireless signal boosters in buildings will grow more than 20% worldwide.  Customer demand is the number one driver according to Tessco.    Businesses simply can't compete effectively unless they can communicate effectively. "Companies are making real estate investments based on wireless connectivity and bandwidth," says Justin Phillips, Sr. Business Development Executive.  Another factor causing demand is expansion of the green building industry. Energy-saving...

Are carriers keeping the unlocking commitments they made to the FCC?

In December 2013, the wireless trade group CTIA wrote a letter to the Tom Wheeler and the other commissioners of the FCC announcing that all four of the major carriers had committed to adopting six voluntary measures to make unlocking cell phones easier for consumers. Earlier this week, the FCC announced that it was “proud to report that the country’s...