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Revolutionising engineering connectivity: A comprehensive guide to cell phone repeaters

16th November 2023


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In the fast-paced world of engineering, where precision and coordination are paramount, uninterrupted cellular connectivity is a non-negotiable requirement. The engineering industry's diverse settings, from construction sites to offices, demand reliable cellular connectivity. WilsonPro cell phone repeaters are tailored to enhance connectivity in the engineering industry.

Understanding the Basics: Cell Phone Repeaters in Engineering

Engineering projects often unfold in multifaceted environments, necessitating consistent communication across various locations. Cell phone signal boosters, also known as signal repeaters or amplifiers, operate by enhancing and extending the existing cellular signals within a given area.

These cell phone signal booster systems consist of three main components:

  1. An external antenna
  2. An amplifier
  3. An internal antenna

The external antenna is typically installed on the exterior of a building or a vehicle, where it captures the weak cellular signals from nearby cell towers.

These signals are then transmitted to the amplifier, which boosts their strength. The internal antenna inside the building or vehicle then broadcasts the strengthened signals to the mobile devices within its coverage area.

Essentially, the booster acts as a bridge between the cell phone and the nearest cell tower, amplifying the signal and improving reception. This is particularly useful in areas with weak signals, such as remote locations or buildings with thick walls that can block cellular signals.

Bolton Technical Solutions for Engineering

The WilsonPro A500 provides reliable connectivity for engineering and is designed to amplify 4G LTE, 3G, and 2G signals. It is perfect for smaller engineering offices or project areas. It ensures seamless integration, robust performance and simple setup for engineering environments.

Engineered for robust cellular signal enhancement, the WilsonPro A1000 is a powerful commercial-grade booster, designed to amplify signals for engineering operations in remote locations, providing optimised performance while featuring automatic gain control and quick setup.

The weBoost Drive AM100-Pro Booster is a perfect fit for engineering vehicles operating in challenging terrains as it enables you to stay connected wherever you engineer. It enhances 4G LTE, 3G and 2G signals, ensuring on-the-move connectivity. Installation is effortless and it improves signal strength, voice quality, text messaging and internet speeds while on the go.

For large-scale engineering projects demanding extensive coverage, the WilsonPro A8000 Amplifier is the ultimate solution to amplify signals for large-scale engineering operations. With unmatched coverage for areas up to 8 000 m2, remote monitoring capabilities and reliable performance, it meets the unique needs of large-scale engineering ventures.

Engineering Excellence with Unitivity 5000

Zinwave offers an innovative distributed antenna system platform, seamlessly covering frequencies from 150 MHz to 6 GHz in a singular, comprehensive hardware layer. Ideal for engineering environments where seamless communication is paramount, Uniwave supports 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and public safety networks, offering configurations such as SISO, MIMO, and 4×4 MIMO. The Unitivity 5000, with its low band and mid band remotes, optimises space utilisation and energy efficiency, providing a sophisticated solution for enhanced coverage and connectivity within facilities. UniTransport further streamlines communication across multiple engineering buildings, ensuring efficient and reliable RF transport.

Bolton Technical's commitment to reliable connectivity in engineering is evident in its range of solutions. From small offices and project areas to engineering vehicles and large-scale operations, Bolton Technical offers turnkey solutions covering product selection, system design and integration.

For expert consultation, contact Bolton Technical at or call (JHB) 011 749 3085 or (CPT) 021 879 3057.




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