SureCall Fusion 5s – An Ice Breaker for humdrum Home Cell Phone Signal Boosters

The SureCall Fusion5 is one the more powerful and popular solutions. But not resting on their laurels, SureCall has managed to bring that same power for big business to the home.

It’s a commercial-grade signal booster for big businesses that boosts 3G & 4G LTE signal strength. Despite all the cell towers popping up all over the country, cell signals still need to reach inside your home or office. However, building material like concrete, glass, metal and energy-efficient construction weakens cell signals. So if you’re deep inside your office building, getting good signal is a bit of a challenge. That is why there are few companies that depend on a cell phone signal booster to get better reception.

SureCall has a great reputation for providing well-built signal boosters. All their boosters are made of metal and not plastic. This helps with dissipating heat which helps internal components last much longer and avoids overheating issues. Hold a SureCall amplifier in your hands and you’ll definitely feel the robust weight and construction.

The Fusion 5s boosts talk, text, 3G and 4G LTE up to 6,000 sq ft. While some cell phone signal booster manufacturers may be generous with sq ft coverage, SureCall is the most accurate with their listings and ratings.

The booster also features adjustable gain knobs for precise dB (decibel) gain. This is a nice feature, because some signals may be stronger than others and don’t need to be boosted as much. Think of a concert and the audience members in it. If you’re in the front row and near the singer, do you need the speakers to be on full blast (unless you like not hearing for a full week)? However, if you’re in the back row, full blast would be perfect.

With adjustable gain knobs, let’s say if the Verizon signal is ok, you only need to boost it a little. If the AT&T signal is terrible, then it needs the maximum boost.

In the case of signal boosters, too much signal creates a feedback loop. In laymen’s terms, it means the inside antenna is broadcasting so strongly that the outside antenna starts to pick up signal from it instead of the cell tower. With respect to signal, this is called oscillation or feedback.

 

 

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