AT-NET SERVICES Designs, Installs, and Certifies Cell Phone Signal Boosters in Concord NC.
Cell Phone Signal Booster for Business | Concord NC
Commercial Signal Booster Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Difference Between a Commercial Signal Booster and a Signal Booster for Small Business?
Primarily features and power. Commercial signal boosters are designed to cover large buildings and whole complexes and plants, while the most powerful small business booster can cover a few floors of a building or a relatively large warehouse.
Commercial signal boosters are more often used in tandem with one another to cover whole buildings.
How Much Does a Complete Installation Cost?
The cost of an installation varies depending on the size of the installation, the number of amplifiers used, and the required coverage desired. To give a general idea, covering between 5,000-25,000 sq ft of commercial space could cost anywhere from $2,000 to $10,000 in equipment alone. If you have a facility larger than 25,000 sq ft, you’ll want it professionally installed, and we provide that service for less than $1 per sq ft.
Do You Install in My Area?
Yes, we install everywhere in the 48 contiguous United States, as well as Alaska and Canada.
What Variables Determine a Cell Phone Booster’s Performance?
There are five main variables that determine a booster’s performance:
Quality of outside signal
Maximum gain of the signal booster
Uplink and downlink power of the signal booster
Maximum gain of attached antennas
Quality of cables used in setup
Our experts take these factors into consideration when recommending, designing, and installing commercial signal booster systems.
Picking the Best Amplifier for Your Enterprise
Knowing the strength of your outside signal can save a lot of time and money when picking an amplifier. If you have a strong outside signal, you will be able to get more out of a signal booster system. If you have weak outside signal, you will want to prioritize system power to cover as much area as you can.
Call us at1-704-831-2500to get a system design that will take all variables into account, which can give you a clear action plan for getting the best system for what you need.
What Causes Dropped Calls and Bad Cell Reception?
There are three main variables that cause dropped calls and bad cell reception in your business.
The first is distance from a cell tower. The way to solve this is a more powerful antenna, such as an LPDA antenna, as well as a powerful booster.
The second is building material. With this, you may find yourself with strong signal outside, yet unusable signal inside. If this situation applies, you can make great use of a mid-power signal booster.
Finally, terrain. This can be tricky, but it usually means you have to hunt for good signal somewhere nearby. Usually there are pockets of usable signal in areas where terrain or trees cause signal issues. The trick is finding them, figuring out their strength, and making use of that knowledge to place your outside antenna and amplifier in the best possible location.
Our experts are available every weekday at1-704-831-2500from 8 AM to 5PM EST.
We BOOST the signal. Our favorite cell phone supplier is WilsonPro. We are certified with WilsonPro and have years of quality installations behind us. It takes more than just a great signal amplifier to make a successful installation; one has to know the beginning signal, systems loss, and predicted outcomes. All of this takes experience and a variety of products and expertise. AT-NET has everything you need to solve your cell signal issues.
Why buy form AT-NET in Concord, NC:
We are fair with our prices and we guarantee our workmanship. Since 1999, we have stood behind our work and have many thousands of satisfied customers.
We also offer Service After The Sale in Concord, NC
AT-NET has a full-service maintenance department for the ongoing post-installation support of our clients’ infrastructure.As data becomes an increasingly valuable commodity, our service department skillfully and vigilantly maintains our clients’ systems with rapid response times and in-field flexibility resulting from decades of mission-critical experience.