Harris Communications has introduced the new innovation of best cell phone antenna repeater which is designed to meet all specifications of new regulations set to go into effect March 1, 2014, by the Federal Communications Commission. This new line of cell phone signal amplifiers will reduce interference with the help of wireless networks across the country and will enable wireless users in order to take the advantages of Harris Communications’ technology also meets the mandates of the new FCC regulations. Harris Communications’ cellular signal repeaters for home and office are designed to meet the FCC standards which reduce and eliminating interference from wireless devices which sometimes interrupt emergency calls while delivering excellent reception and transmission with no effect on users’ wireless service. The FCC compliant cell phone repeaters will produce flawless connections with the major wireless providers.
Cell phone repeater antenna is useful
Cell phone repeaters or wireless cell phone amplifier(bi-directional amplifiers), such as Yagi antennas produced by Harris Communications, provide the most common way cell phone companies have been improving cellular coverage over the past few years. Technology refined by Harris Communications for more than 20 years have virtually eliminated calls dropped mid sentence. Their bi-directional amplifiers boosts cell phone signals by using superior internal rebroadcast antennae in conjunction with a reception antenna and a signal amplifier. These aid the cellular broadcast towers that network providers base their signals from. These new technology of cell phone repeater booster antennae are smaller and are used inside a building to improve cellular coverage inside when the walls might hinder a signal. The signal from main cellular towers sometimes is unable to get through thick concrete, which can weaken cellular coverage. Harris Communications’ advanced versions of bi-directional amplifier units allow more than one cell phone to use them at the same time, whereas the older, original equipment on the market in the past could only be used by one cell phone at a time.