Cell Signal Pros offer a variety of products and installations that will maximize coverage to improve communications. We are aware that business must continue while we work within your building, our technicians will abide by your company's safety standards and are considerate of your clients, employees and equipment during the cell booster installation process. We can also offer flexible scheduling to work during your companies non-peak production times.


The first step to providing a viable and financially sound solution is a visit to the facility to document the signals available at the roof top and to consider locations for outdoor antennas.

Signals are then documented indoors in key areas and a general walk out of the facility to consider the areas to be serviced by the cell booster system. Areas are designated "critical", "desirable" & "not necessary".

These cell booster systems are scalable, and, in many deployments, we are typically doing critical areas initially and over time, additional cells are deployed as budgets and demand requires.


After the site survey, an initial design is overlaid on facility prints indicating placement of outdoor "donor" antennas, location of indoor bi-directional amplifiers, general routing of indoor cables, passive devices and indoor antennas.


After the site survey & initial design, a proposal is provided for the project and the details are reviewed and adjustments are made as required. If the proposal is accepted, final design, cable routing, and work plan are fine-tuned, and a final price and timeline are developed for the cell booster installation project.


Poor signal indoors due to extreme distances to cell towers or natural barriers like trees, ridges, adjacent structures. By installing an outdoor donor antenna/antennas in a manner to capture as much outdoor signal as possible gaining as much height a possible sometimes erecting towers up to 80' high. Additional signal can also be gained by using high gain outdoor antenna arrays.


Good signal outside, but the building material is degrading the signal. Materials such as metal siding or roofs, dense block & brick and low e glass which has metal micro-fibers embedded. This scenario allows for a more aggressive design model as there is generally very good signal available to the boosters and the coverage will be greater in terms of area and the cost per square foot will be typically lower.


A combination of the first two scenarios, low signal from towers due to distance or natural barriers such as ridges, trees or man-made structures. This scenario will require critical placement and elevation of the outdoor donor antenna, the use of super low loss cables and attention to passive & indoor antenna placement. This scenario will be the costliest solution due to the "worst case" variables that need to be overcome.