Cell phone signal repeater Nikrans NS-5000-Voice, 3G & 4G PRO was purposefully developed by www.cell-phone-signal-boosters.com to meet the needs of the North American subscribers in crystal clear voice connection and lightning-fast Internet. Despite the achievements in deploying the mobile network infrastructure having enabled 4G services for end users, cell signal problems have not disappeared so far. They may be caused by a number of factors such as geographical position of a building (e.g., surrounding mountains, exposure to strong winds, etc.) and hence its remoteness in regard to cell towers, the materials it is constructed with that highly interfere with the incoming signal.
Nikrans NS-5000-Voice, 3G & 4G PRO is meant to cope with the nuisance of terrible cell phone reception. The device possesses a bevy of advantages:
Best cell booster model for middle-sized apartments, offices or houses covering up to 5000 ft².
Not limited by the number of cellular devices benefiting from the amplified signal
Universal cell phone repeater compatible with all US and Canadian carriers
When there is no activity detected on any of the connected wireless gadgets, the device will switch to sleep mode, thereby conserving energy.
Better optimization of your smartphone battery. Smartphones consistently search for signals in areas with poor connectivity, hence draining battery faster than under favorable conditions of work. However, with a reliable signal, that will not be the case.
Auto Level Control function meaning that the signal gain is regulated by the cell phone repeater according to the strength of an incoming signal.
Manual Gain Control permits to adjust the input signal level for more efficient signal amplification and is designed for technical users.
All essential elements for proper functioning of the unit and signal amplification such as signal booster box, its both antennas, cables of optimal length and power supply are delivered in one package.
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