SureCall Fusion5 Five-Band Cellular Amplifier
The $1,700 Fusion5 five-band Cellular Amplifier from SureCall is an enterprise-grade solution that delivers voice and data to as many as 10 simultaneous users.

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SureCall's Fusion5 five-band Cellular Amplifier can be used with the services of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile to bolster the coverage of buildings up to 10,000 square feet.
January 23, 2013 By CI Staff

These days the way people depend on their portable devices for email, stock market updates and even the latest news from their favorite sports franchises, cell phone network coverage is much more important than in the days of old.

The Skinny: The Fremont, Calif.-based manufacturer SureCall is helping to ensure the reliability of today’s cell phone networks through its new Fusion5 five-band Cellular Amplifier.

The Specs: SureCall says the product is designed to provide electronics professionals with an enterprise-grade solution that is cost effective for their clients. The device combines dual-band PCS and cellular coverage for 2G and 3G voice and data, along with LTE and AWS coverage for AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile 4G data. The California manufacturer adds the Fusion5 supports as many as 10 simultaneous users in properties as large as 10,000 square feet.

Solutions: The Fusion5 five-band Cellular Amplifier can be used in government buildings, educational facilities, retail establishments and other commercial properties that have cell phone coverage issues.

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