Today, church buildings old and new suffer with poor cellular signal. In modern buildings, the materials used to improve energy efficiency – window coatings, insulation, vapor barriers, etc. – adversely affect signal penetration and, combined with the steel and reinforced concrete used for structural support, can prevent cell signals from consistently reaching many indoor areas. Boosters are often the only means of bringing cellular signals indoors. Much of how the structure is built can affect signals.
With the Fusion5X 2.0 with SureCall Cloud, as long as a structure has some cell coverage outside, it’s possible to provide cell service virtually anywhere inside, including floors below ground level or outdoor areas shielded from cell towers by structures or natural obstacles.
The Fusion5X 2.0 with SureCall Cloud leads for performance by covering up to two times more coverage area than the closest competitor. With patented technology called SureIQ, it differentiates this booster by giving it the ability to prevent shutdown in strong outdoor signal environments, thereby ensuring 24/7 uptime and auto-adjusting gain ensures the booster operates at peak performance, giving users the best experience possible.
The SureCall Cloud is remote management function that gives IT directors or individuals that manage the technical aspect of the church the ability to make adjustments to the booster anywhere they are which ultimately benefits the end user. For example, if there are areas in the church that are experiencing poor signal, the IT director can use SureCall Cloud to increase the signal strength of the booster to ensure signal is reaching all areas of the church. This is important as cell towers signal output can change based on the usage of that area which in turn changes the cell signal for users.
**As a side note, the Fusion 5X can be used without SureCall Cloud and users will still experience the benefits of increased cellular signal.