The company said professional installation services include site survey, floor plan analysis, equipment, and expert up-to-code installation
Wilson Amplifiers, the independent provider of Wilson Electronics cell phone signal boosters, announced that it now provides turnkey commercial signal booster installation services across rural and urban areas in the U.S.
Available for cellular, public safety, wifi, or DAS, Wilson’s professional installation team provides a full integration service ranging from site survey, floor plan analysis, equipment, and expert up-to-code installation.
The company highlighted that the need to have strong signal inside buildings is growing due to the rising number of cellular devices, faster data speeds, and growth of public safety coverage mandates.
Wilson Amplifiers also said that commercial signal boosters improve inside 4G LTE and 3G, public safety, or Wi-Fi signals in weak signal areas such as remote areas or buildings with limited cellular or radio coverage. By amplifying the signal, critical areas are covered with reliable reception thus improving productivity and safety, the company said.
“The commercial signal booster installation service has grown exponentially along with the signal booster industry in general,” Andrew Hansen, COO at Wilson Amplifiers said. “From cellular to public safety, the demand for in-building coverage continues to be a growing demand especially as more people and devices connect online.”
Wilson Amplifiers also highlighted that the company follows the highest industry standards that comply with local jurisdictions, government, fire marshals, and IT directors.
The initial step of the installation is measuring signal frequency and bands outside the building, locating cell towers, and finding which areas are potential problem areas. With building layout and floor plans in hand, an RF or certified signal boosting technician calculates potential signal coverage, equipment, cable runs, accessories needed, and other options.
Following these initial steps, the floor plan analysis is delivered to the client and discussed in detail about coverage expectations, products, and pricing. Once everything is soft-installed, the installer or integrator will turn on the amplifier and do a full walkthrough with the floor plan analysis, accounting for dB readings before and after the installation.
The company had over 10,000,000 sq ft of coverage solutions provided in homes, businesses, and cars across the U.S.