Small Building

It is critical to note that one must measure what type of signal is available in the air above your home or building (usually 8 meters above ground level) to enable one to make a properly informed decision on which product and antenna system to install. Below are informative scenarios. There are many signal obstructions at standing level.

How can one amplify something that you do not know whether it exists or not? Hence we have qualified and authorised installers across South Africa assigned to you to complete the relevant tests to confirm which products to use.

Indoor repeaters for a small area is mainly to solve weak or no signal coverage. With open plan office areas or an open café et cetera, the signal strength from the outdoor antenna directly affects the efficiency of the indoor coverage. It’s important to choose the location of the outdoor antenna carefully on the roof for optimum performance and to isolate so that no oscillation will occur.

In order to avoid signal oscillation on the repeater, there needs to be a certain distance between the outdoor antenna and indoor antenna, i.e. a vertical distance of 6 to 8 meters or a concrete wall as an obstacle.

Large Building

It is critical to note that one must measure what type of signal is available in the air above your home or building (usually 8 meters above ground level) to enable one to make a properly informed decision on which product and antenna system to install. Below are informative scenarios. There are many signal obstructions at standing level.

How can one amplify something that you do not know whether it exists or not? Hence we have qualified and authorised installers across South Africa assigned to you to complete the relevant tests to confirm which products to use.

High-end users occupy a big proportion of the high-rise building areas, with high communication traffic. They are very sensitive to the quality of the internet and require stable signal quality and a fast data transfer speed rate. High rise buildings generally signal blind spots in the basements, the lower floors and the elevators.

With a Ping-Pong effect on the higher floors, it causes frequent switching, pilot pollution and poor call quality for the users. In some cases, although the cell phone can be used normally to call, the large density and the congestion of the base station channel, can make it difficult for your phone to connect to the base station.

According to the current status of the network, the construction of the indoor distribution system can solve the above problems effectively. The indoor coverage system is a successful solution for indoor users to improve in-building mobile communications in the weak zones. The principle of the indoor coverage system is to use the indoor antenna distribution system effectively to receive the signal of the mobile base station and then cover all areas of the building, so as to ensure the indoor region has an ideal signal coverage.