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Wave booster’s wireless signal solutions provide the products and services to address the most complex mobile challenges.

Distributed Antenna System (DAS) infrastructure, all of Waveboosters products are modulation agnostic and mobile broadband compatible, ensuring a future-ready solution.  A DAS is a network of spatially separated antennas connected by coaxial cable and fiber that provides wireless service within a building.  A DAS can be driven by a radio base station directly or off-air using a repeater or a combination of the two depending on the needs of the wireless service providers (WSP) or public safety system managers.

There are two types of DAS infrastructure passive and active. In a passive DAS, coaxial cable distributes the Radio Frequency (RF) signals from a base station or repeater. Splitters are then used to divert a fraction of the RF energy along the horizontal floors of the building via coaxial cabling. An active DAS is similar to a passive system, but uses fiber-optics to move the signals long distances before going into coaxial cable for the final transmission. This type of system (often called a hybrid-fiber-coax DAS) is broadband, scalable and extremely flexible. Every DAS infrastructure used in a solution requires a signal source. Networks outdoor signal play an influential role in the DAS.

infrastructure requirements to ensure the solution matches the operator’s voice and data needs. Working closely with the WSPs is required, as they own the network.

What is a Signal Booster?

A mobile phone Signal Booster is a system, which takes mobile phone signal from one area where the signal is active, and repeats (or amplifies) it to an area where the signal is poor or nonexistent. The basic setup of a Mobile Phone repeater is to have an external antenna placed in the area that has good signal (1-5 bars). That is then connected via low (or super low) loss cable
to a Mobile Phone signal amplifier/repeater, which then amplifies the signal and transfers it to an internal antenna. The internal antenna takes the repeated signal and broadcasts it to the area, which is not receiving mobile phone signal.

Signal Booster Capabilities
A Mobile Phone repeater requires a stable signal in the area where the external antenna is placed. Ideally, this is a strong signal that it can repeat, but even a weak signal (0-2 bars) can be adequately amplified when combined with a strong amplifier. If you are able to place the external
antenna in a location, which has signal, then a Mobile Phone repeater will work even better for you.

Types of Signal Boosters

Vehicle Mobile Phone Signal Boosters:
– Vehicle Mobile Phone repeaters come in two kinds. The first kind is a cradle Mobile Phone Signal Booster (old technology and very bad performance), which combines the amplifier and internal antenna into once device and can only be used by one mobile phone at a time.

Cradle mobile
phone Signal Boosters used to be one of the most popular types of repeaters because they’re the lowest cost but they have always lacked performance. The other type of vehicle mobile phone Signal Booster has a separate amplifier and internal antenna, and can be used by multiple phones and data cards at the same time. This is the ideal mobile phone Signal Booster kit for long distance travelers, families, carpools, and more.

Home & Office Mobile Phone Repeaters
There is a line of Mobile Phone repeaters made by Waveboosters that combine the internal antenna and amplifier, but unlike the old style patch leads, can be used by multiple devices at the same time. These products are a great combination of cost and power, which is why the Mini Personal is the best selling mobile phone Signal Booster in the United Kingdom. For situations
where you need more power to cover a greater area, there are kits from Signal Booster that have.