You might know what a conventional cell phone signal booster does. In case you do not know, it improves the existing cellular signal and passes it to users in areas of weak reception through multiple antennae. However, there are some things regarding signal boosting solutions that not everybody is aware of. Here is a compilation of fun facts regarding products used to improve cell coverage.
It Occasionally Debuts In Mobile World Congress
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the biggest expo of all things gadgets in the world. This is a trade show that takes place once a year in Spain; and many manufacturers announce their products in it. The same goes for mobile signal boosting system makers. By making the announcements in this expo, those manufacturers could catch the attention of tech enthusiasts. This is because MWC is an event that media outlets cover, and then televise or print it. Therefore, MWC is among the best platforms to make cellular product announcements. This brings us to the next point.
BMW Once Announced Its Development
The German carmaker BMW announced ‘Vehicular Small Cell’, a femtocell project, at the 2015 Mobile World Congress. It is a technology that would give better cellular reception in BMW’s cars. The body of certain cars tends to bring about reception issues, especially in places that have bad cellular coverage. The automaker’s technology aims to deal with this particular issue.
It Can Support Countless Mobile Device Users
Almost everyone feels that a signal amplifier is useful only in tiny residences having a modest number of cell phone users. There is a technology known as ‘cradle signal booster’, which can improve the cellular reception for one device at a particular time. That said some boosters can support a maximum of 100 users simultaneously. Therefore, the latter type of booster is used to give better coverage for people in supermarkets, restaurants, shopping malls, subways, airports, and even parking lots.
It Can Reduce Electromagnetic Emission From A Mobile Device
A cell phone will seek a maximum strong reception in a place where it is weak until the device receives it. At this time, the device will spend much energy and will emit a lot. The booster set up there will add to the coverage and will offer seamless cell signal reception. Consequently, the device will start to better communicate with the signal, and it can reduce the emission from it by a maximum of 60 times.
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