Our New, Definitive Cell Phone Signal Booster Guide

Last week, we launched our new Cell Phone Signal Booster Guide, the definitive guide to choosing and configuring the right signal booster for any application.

The signal booster guide condenses over a decade of experience selling and installing signal booster in all kinds of environments. It includes both product recommendations and a rundown of the technical knowledge necessary to install a cellular signal booster.

Having spoken to thousands of customers, we know that picking the right booster can be tricky. There are dozens of different models, each with slightly differing specifications. And it's often not easy to know which specifications matter the most, or which product options to go with. Among the questions we receive most often are:

  • Is gain the most important technical specification? Or is downlink output power more important?
  • What kind of antenna should one use - directional or omnidirectional?
  • How many indoor antennas do I need?
  • What type of indoor antenna should I use - panel or dome?
  • Do I need to buy a booster that boosts both 3G and LTE, or does only LTE matter?
  • Which booster do you recommend for my home/office/car/truck/RV?

We try to answer all these questions as thoroughly as possible in our new guide. Any user should be able to pick out and configure their kit based on the guide's information - at least, that's our hope. And of course, our team of signal experts are always available to help anyone who can't find the answers they need.

Finally, we've committed to updating the guide every month. New products are released all the time, and we want to make sure we're incorporating the latest products, so we'll be updating the guide regularly.

So if you're looking for a new signal booster check out our Cell Phone Signal Booster Guide today.


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