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SureCall Force7 Signal Booster Offers Trifecta of Cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV

SureCall says its new all-in-one solution signal booster for poor indoor cellular and Wi-Fi reception is the first to address all three — cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV.

CI Staff

Signal booster manufacturer SureCall says its Force7 Industrial all-in-one signal amplifier is the first for large-scale commercial use, improving cellular, Wi-Fi and HDTV reception.

The Force7 Industrial builds upon SureCall’s Force5 to provide the added benefits of a signal extender, Wi-Fi booster, and HDTV capabilities, at the same price. The Force7 Industrial is available for MSRP of $4,779.

It encompasses a voice and data signal enhancement solution by employing SureCall’s patent-pending 7-band technology, which delivers PCS and cellular frequency bands, AWS, and two LTE frequencies for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.

With a maximum gain of 80dB, the Force7 Industrial services coverage to areas up to 80,000 square feet and supports over 100 simultaneous users, and offers adjustable upload and download gain for each individual frequency, making it the most customizable booster available.

More from SureCall’s press release:

“Cell signal boosters are the first step toward the new standard in how we communicate and receive information: virtually cord-free,” said Hongtao Zhan, SureCall’s CEO.

“In addition to boosting cellular data and having HDTV capabilities, the Force7 Industrial both boosts and extends Wi-Fi, answering a need we’ve heard from commercial integrators, especially for new and renovated buildings.”

… Additionally, the Force7 Industrial features a built-in Wi-Fi amplifier that improves and extends Wi-Fi coverage over a range of 50,000 square feet, and multiple indoor antennas. Users simply connect their existing router into the Force7 Industrial’s WAN port, and the booster provides an extended Wi-Fi connection in addition to the extended cellular coverage. This booster also serves as a router for new installations within the building, eliminating the need for additional hardware and installations.

For those wanting to access over-the-air (OTA) HDTV signals in their area, such as ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and PBS, the Force7 Industrial’s HDTV booster receives and amplifies all locally-aired HDTV television stations and delivers those signals for up to 35 televisions, eliminating the need for cable or satellite television. A zip code search of OTA HDTV stations is available at https://www.tablotv.com/tools/.

Like all SureCall boosters, the Force7 is covered by an industry-best three-year warranty. As an industrial booster, it requires carrier approval prior to installation by a qualified installer.

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