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Cell Phone Repeaters that Meet New FCC Regulations on Cellular Phone Signal Boosters Now Available from Harris Communications

July 15, 2013

Harris Communications’ new line of cell phone repeater boosters are in complete compliance with new FCC regulations set to go into effect in 2014.

Columbia, SC (PRWEB) July 15, 2013

Harris Communications is proud to announce that their new line of cell phone repeater boosters comply with the new FCC regulations that were announced on February 20, 2013. The new FCC regulations on signal boosters are designed to reduce interference with wireless networks. The company’s new line of cell phone repeaters enables users to take advantage of the latest technology to meet the requirements of the new FCC regulations scheduled to take effect March 1, 2014.

The new FCC regulations were designed to take aim at limiting the amounts of interference that can sometimes occur with key networks and at times even cause interruptions with 911 calls. Harris Communications’ cellular signal repeaters are designed to efficiently eliminate interference as required by the new regulations without any effect on wireless customers. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile have all agreed to meet the new upcoming FCC requirements by 2014.

Harris Communications takes great pride in handling all aspects when it comes to implementing its new line of phone repeater equipment, from site survey to design and installation, Harris Communications takes care of it all. Harris Communications is known for its expertise in “Neutral Host” distributed antenna services (DAS), and their new line promises fewer dropped calls in addition to reduced interference with all communications through the nation’s major wireless service providers.

Harris Communications’ cell phone signal booster equipment amplifies signals from cellular towers and repeats them within particular designated ranges, providing users with remote connections to cell phone networks. Harris’ booster units find the best available signal at the location and amplify it for the immediate area, providing strong multiband signals for cellular devices within their effective radius.

Harris has provided reliable in-building wireless solutions for more than a decade, effectively servicing consumers, businesses, hospitals, universities, and other institutions, private and public. The company prides itself on delivering individualized turnkey design and installation services to meet clients’ particular needs while providing foresight into the user’s future equipment necessities. The company’s specialty product lines include signal boosters, cellular and wireless repeaters for cell phones, bi-directional antennas, and bi-directional amplifiers.

Information about Harris Communications’ full line of cell repeater equipment and services can be obtained at http://harriscommunications.net or by phone at (803) 325-1717.

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