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T-Mobile Rolling Out Extended Range LTE 600MHz

T-Mobile Rolling Out Extended Range LTE 600MHz

T-Mobile has 900+ cities live on 600MHz extended range LTE. Since purchasing Band 71, T-Mobile has been busy rolling it out to enhance their national coverage. The 600MHz (Band 71) is also targeted for Puerto Rico. The nice thing about lower frequencies like 600MHz is that they travel much farther then the 1900MHz frequency that T-Mobile also uses. This, along with the ability to penetrate building materials much better allowing for improved in-building cellular reception.T-Mobile currently […]

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Is 3G dead? It Looks Like It Is. Take a Look.

Is 3G dead? It Looks Like It Is. Take a Look.

According to droidlife on July 16th 2018, Verizon has confirmed that it will no longer activate 3G cell phones. It has been no secret that 3G is going to go, it was just a matter of when. It looks like as far as Verizon is concerned, the time is now.The Bad NewsThe bad news for the cell signal booster industry is that 3G signal boosters will be a less viable option to improve cell signal. If 3G cell phones are going away, it only makes sense that the loss of 3G signal is right behind it. If […]

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What the wireless industry is doing to keep up with mobile data demand

What the wireless industry is doing to keep up with mobile data demand

Most of us have experienced dropped calls in the middle of town or on a congested freeway. Cell towers can only handle so much traffic and when limits are reached, call are dropped and new calls cannot be made. The wireless industry is moving as fast as they can to stay ahead of the demand for mobile data.Take a look at the informative article by Kristen Beckman on www.medium.com titled "How the wireless industry is racing to keep up with insatiable mobile data demand". You may find it very inte […]

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Should I buy a new or refurbished Cell Signal Booster?

Should I buy a new or refurbished Cell Signal Booster?

weBoost cell phone signal boosters are the top selling consumer cellular amplifiers for homes. The weBoost brand has proven itself over the years and now you are ready to buy a booster for your home. The question is - Should I buy a new or refurbished unit?Powerful Signal has created a detailed article describing exactly what you will get if you purchase a refurbished weBoost cell signal booster. You may be surprised. Take a look at "What is a Refurbished Cell Phone Signal Booster?".  […]

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Top 6 reasons why Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 drop calls

Top 6 reasons why Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 drop calls

You would think the only reason smartphone calls are dropped is because you are too far from the cell tower and there is no cell signal. Wrong, there are many reasons cell phones, including the expensive iPhone X and Galaxy S9 will drop calls.The experts at Powerful Signal (www.PowerfulSignal.com) have spent the time to explain these reasons. It is interesting to know that some of the reasons for dropped calls can be easily corrected in:Your homeYour vehicleYour officeRead the complete article a […]

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weBoost Connect 4G (470103) vs. weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104)

weBoost Connect 4G (470103) vs. weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104)

Wilson Electronics is the leader in consumer home cell signal boosters and has been able to create an entire line of products to help improve cellular reception in homes. Sometimes, if you are not familiar with the technology, it is difficult to know and understand the differences between the different 4G signal booster kits available.Powerful Signal has spent the time to explain the difference between two of the most popular weBoost cell signal booster kits manufactured by Wilson Electronics; t […]

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Install Cell Phone Signal Booster in a Home

Install Cell Phone Signal Booster in a Home

Sometimes things seem harder than they really are. It just takes a bit of explaining and some examples to lend clarity to the process. There are four basic components in a home cell phone signal booster and, most of the time, these components are relatively simple to install. Powerful Signal, the company behind WilsonProWay.com, has added “How do I install a cell signal booster in my home?” to their Knowledge Base on PowerfulSignal.com. This helpful article will give you a brief, […]

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Differences between weBoost Home 4G and weBoost Connect 4G

Differences between weBoost Home 4G and weBoost Connect 4G

Sometimes technology can be very difficult to evaluate with all the names, model numbers, acronyms, etc. There can be a subtle difference in the name which cannot be readily understood. Powerful Signal has written a review outlining the differences between the weBoost Home 4G and the weBoost Connect 4G cell phone signal boosters.These two cellular amplifiers are two of Wilson Electronics more popular residential kits used to amplify 3G/4G cellular signals and improve cellular rece […]

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Wilson Antenna. New Low Profile 4G 314406 and 314407 Antenna

Wilson Antenna. New Low Profile 4G 314406 and 314407 Antenna

Wilson Electronics has added two additional in-building 4G cell phone signal booster antennas 314406 and 314407 to their product line. These low profile interior broadcast antennas are designed for both performance and aesthetics. There are many situations where antennas need to be less noticeable and fit better into the architecture of a building.Two versions of this new low profile antenna are available, the basic antenna and the basic antenna with an added reflector. The reflector h […]

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Cell Phone Signal Booster Project: Engine Parts Manufacture

Cell Phone Signal Booster Project: Engine Parts Manufacture

A Michigan engine-parts manufacturer that produces high-performance parts for racing has two separate buildings, each with an office, warehouse, and manufacturing facilities. Both buildings are constructed of metal, which is very effective at blocking cellular signals and cutting off communication to anyone inside. Powerful Signal designed a solution that included a separate 4G cell signal amplification system for each building. Both buildings had two floors, and contained offices and manuf […]

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