Cell Booster Installer

Making the Connection

Large Buildings

cell booster installer large buildingCell Booster Installer ( CBI ) has to "know how" to extend cellular coverage throughout a large building. The first question to ask is; why in-building cellular coverage?

In many organizations, mobile phones, smartphones, and other mobile devices are the primary means of communication for both voice and data applications.  When these devices are used inside a building, however, building materials such as concrete and steel weaken the signals. More companies are turning to in-building cellular solutions to solve these communication problems.

  • Wireless devices are the #1 means of communications today
  • Anywhere, anytime access is expected
  • Public safety and emergency response is critical
  • Gain a competitive advantage
  • Leverage wireless solutions with public relations
  • Improve employee efficiencies


What is In-Building Cellular?

An In-Building Cellular infrastructure enables the use of wireless devices, technologies, and applications within an enclosed structure.  In-Building Cellular solutions can be installed in nearly any infrastructure including sports arenas and stadiums, hospitals, campus environments, airports, tunnels, high-rise buildings, and standard office buildings. In-Building Cellular products come in all shapes and sizes and implementing the right system for the given application is crucial. The most commonly used In-Building Cellular products are cell boosters or DAS (Distributed Antenna System) solutions. They both have the same concept involved; a receive antenna, one or multiple powered amplifiers, and multiple inside antennas. The amount of cabling and cabling types vary between the cell booster and DAS solutions.


What CBI Will Do For Your In-Building Cellular System

CBI will cover you in all phases of your In-Building Cellular system. It all starts with the ever important site survey. Test measurements need to be made to ensure your getting the correct system and that system will cover the desired areas. The next step is to design a system based on the measurements. We'll take a building diagram and superimpose a design we feel will work. Then submit this with a bid. Once all parties are in agreement, we'll take care of the installation ensuring the proper codes are met and the system works properly. Once we're done with the installation, we'll take it to the next step to provide any service work to ensure the system keeps functioning properly.



Available for Large Projects in the Following States

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, West Virginia