When it comes to working out what booster you need for your building, you should work out the square metre size of the area you need to cover – you may not need cover everywhere so we can help you work this out.
Mobile signal is measured in decibel (dB) and boosters work to add to the dB of a signal, to increase its coverage in your building. Needless to say, the higher the dB gain, the wider the coverage will be.
Ofcom regulations put a limit on how much gain a single wireless booster can provide, depending on the size of the area you’re looking to cover.
The maximum limits aim to prevent potential oscillation issues with neighbouring signal towers, and avoid the ensuing negative impacts that other mobile consumers in adjacent frequency bands could experience as a result.
At Signal Solutions, we calibrate all our mobile signal boosters to reach the maximum legal gain at each level, always abiding by regulations.
In other words, our signal boosting solutions are 100% legal – unlike the majority of those you’ll see offered on the market.
And we’re able to install our mobile repeaters in any sort of building, from hospitals and hotels to office blocks and supermarkets.
If you’d like to find out more about the installation process, or get some advice about the right type of booster to rectify a signal problem in your building, just give us a call on 020 3823 7365 or send an email to email@example.com.