We can often see mobile phone signal amplifiers installed in many places such as tall buildings, basements, shopping malls, restaurants, karaoke saunas and massages, underground civil air defense projects, subway stations and many other places to solve these signal blind areas and weak areas. Poor problem. But do we really need to install a cell phone signal amplifier?
1. With the rapid development of my country’s economy, the requirements for mobile communication services are getting higher and higher. The rapid development of mobile communication and the rapid increase of mobile users have resulted in smaller and smaller cellular plans and smaller and smaller coverage areas of mobile phones.
2. With the rapid development of the city, the planned use area of the city is getting smaller and smaller, and the tall buildings in the city are being built higher and higher. The signal base stations on the back of these tall buildings or underground are blocked by the high-rise buildings, and the signal attenuation is serious. The mobile signal received by the mobile phone also weakens.
3. With the rapid development and renewal of the city, the decoration level of the exterior of the building has also improved. The commonly used metal steel structure, aluminum alloy structure, etc. absorb and reflect the signal, making the mobile phone users in the building unable to normally accept the outdoor Cell phone signal
4. Due to the blocking and reflection of electromagnetic wave signals by buildings, some places in closed buildings, such as shopping malls, supermarkets, KTVs, bars, underground parking lots, etc., cannot actually receive external mobile phone signals normally.
In view of the above four points, in order to make normal communication between mobile phones, normal calls and Internet access, we need to install a set of mobile phone signal amplification equipment to amplify the normal signal from the outside of the mobile phone to the place we need, and give it to the inside Staff or customer personnel bring the convenience of mobile phones.