Frequently Asked Questions About In Building Cellular Solutions
At Atlantic Technology Group, we strive to provide technological solutions for businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic region—maximizing their ROI through mobility applications, wireless devices, and lifecycle management services.
We specialize in helping business owners with:
- In Building solutions
- Cel-Fi Smart Repeaters
- Device continuity
- Staging and configuration
- Carrier provisioning
- And more!
We’ve begun answering many of your frequently asked questions here, but if you have any more questions for our wireless experts, don’t hesitate to contact us online.
How can I improve cellular reception in my office building?
For smaller office spaces, increasing cell phone signal is fairly easy with a smart repeater or wireless amplifier. Whether your building is too far from a wireless tower to get strong reception or you have dead zones throughout your office space, smart repeaters and wireless amplifiers can help maintain consistently strong cell phone reception from one room to the next.
If your office space is larger, with multiple levels or extensive square footage, you will need a more customized and advanced solution to increase the cell signal throughout the entire property.
Each of these improvements can increase work productivity and efficiency and also ensure that weak cell phone signal does not interrupt or halt your company’s processes.
What are the benefits of In Building solutions?
By installing a cellular amplifier or booster in your office building, you will experience:
- Increased voice quality on calls
- Decreased number of dropped calls
- Faster data uploads and downloads
- Longer lasting cell phone batteries
What causes poor signal strength?
Poor cellular signal in your office building can be caused by a number of factors, including:
- Carrier signal
- Dead zones
- Building layout
- Interference materials
- Number of employees
- And more
Where do cell phone signal boosters work?
Cell phone signal boosters (or amplifiers) can help office spaces and buildings of all types. When poor cellular reception interferes with employee workflow, they can be a great solution for many properties, including:
- Manufacturing plants
- Office complexes
- Schools buildings
- Campus environments
- Convention centers
- Parking garages
- Shielded Structures
- Tourism and event centers
- Health care facilities
Do In Building solutions work for all carriers?
Advanced in building solutions work for all carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. A customized and advanced solution from ATG increases the cellular signal throughout your entire building or facility. Our technicians will design and install the best system that consistently increases reception for all carriers—ensuring that your workflow is not interrupted regardless of what carrier contracts your employees have.
What is a smart repeater?
A smart repeater (also referred to as a smart signal booster or amplifier) is designed to eliminate dead zones and improve indoor mobile phone reception for 3G and 4G voice and data. They are designed to take cell phone signal from one bar to five bars in five minutes for small to medium sized office buildings.
Does a smart repeater improve signal strength for all cellular carriers?
Smart repeaters are designed to amplify signal strength for mobile devices covered by AT&T and T-Mobile. At Atlantic Technology Group, we recommend choosing a smart repeater from Cel-Fi, a leading developer of indoor coverage technology and solutions.
Can ATG help increase the cellular signal strength in my building?
Yes! Atlantic Technology Group has been improving cellular signal strength in buildings throughout the Mid-Atlantic since 2002. We have extensive experience solving In Building coverage for cellular devices and offer complete solutions, from Cel-Fi smart repeaters to complete solutions for your entire building.
If you need In Building solutions for your business or company in the Mid-Atlantic—including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington, DC, and Virginia—contact us online today!