CELLARO phone boosters are a growing market that has gained popularity in the past few years moving from rural areas to urban markets.
Every so often, we get questions surrounding the ability and legal status of cell phone signal boosters. The concern is perfectly valid, especially for a device that sounds too good to be true.
If you have usable signal outside your home,but weak to no signal inside, then a cell booster will definitely improve your cell service and signal strength.
The idea of eliminating dropped phone calls, slow data speeds, and unsent text messages without needing to connect to WiFi, argue with your carrier, or switch carriers has many people questioning how cell signal boosters work.
A cell booster (also known as a signal extender, signal amplifier, or cell phone repeater) works by pulling in weak outside signal, boosting it, and rebroadcasting the boosted signal into the desired areas.
Most signal booster kits are composed of three main elements:
An External Antenna - Used to capture the weak cell phone signal.
An Amplifier - Used to boost the weak signal.
An Indoor Antenna – Used to rebroadcast the enhances signal inside your home, office, or car.
Coaxiable cables - are used to connect the top three elements; they are designed to deliver high-frequency electrical signals over distances with low signal loss.