Tom Vagenas, SmoothTalker CEO states, “We are proud to bring to market the most sophisticated consumer mobile and building amplifiers which are invisible to the cellular networks and offer the best performance and functionality in the marketplace today.”
Aurora, Ontario. (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
SmoothTalker released today a new line of wireless mobile and building cellular signal boosters featuring propriety STEALTH TECH technology that makes their boosters invisible to the networks. This is in response to the new regulations recently released by the FCC. These new amps are called BRB and BRM Pro Series Wireless Amplifiers and come in 50, 53, 58, 62, 68dB for mobile, home, office, condo and other building applications.
Tom Vagenas, SmoothTalker CEO states, “we are proud to bring to market the most sophisticated consumer mobile and building amplifiers which are invisible to the cellular networks and offer the best performance and functionality in the marketplace today.”
STEALTH TECH® amplifiers and boosters allow a unique harmony between the mobile station and base station. They employ all the necessary safeguards which prevent any unwanted network interference. In addition SmoothTalker boosters pass all signal quality requirements as stated in the engineering standards for 2G, 3G and 4G forward and reverse signals.
This proprietary SmoothTalker technology completely addresses the issues which poor quality competing amplifiers have been causing to Networks and poor performance to the end users. Below are highlights of some of the key points where SmoothTalker STEALTH TECH® has addressed these known issues and brought to market the latest in compliant network and end user friendly cellular booster technology
- Active Gain Control
- Power Down when approaching a Cell Tower
SmoothTalker has been at the forefront of Mobile Signal Amplifiers for over 12 years and brought North America the first FCC and Industry Canada (ICAN or IC) approved digital mobile amplifier. This SmoothTalker first was instrumental in the creation of the signal booster industry, an industry which did not exist at that time. SmoothTalker continues to be the leader in quality cellular signal amplifiers and as pioneers of cellular signal boosters. SmoothTalker had foreseen the technical issues which could cause problems to the cellular networks and spent over 4 years in development to overcome the many technical challenges to create amplifiers in which STEALTH TECH® technology has been deployed. SmoothTalker is proud to bring this milestone technology to the market. Please like us and share us on Facebook
About Cellular Boosters
Cell phone boosters are radio frequency amplifiers that increase incoming (receive) signal and outgoing (transmit) cell and mobile phone signal to provide a clear reliable voice connection, reduced dropped calls and increased data speeds. They are also known as cellular phone amps, amplifiers and repeaters. Boosters can be used to increase the range of a cell phone, smartphone, datacard, aircard and other Cellular and PCS frequency band devices such as a remote alarm, vehicle tracking device and video device.
Kevin Carter, Director of Business Development at SmoothTalker states, “The cell phone signal amplification market is on a huge upswing as the customers are tied to their cellular connection for voice and data and moving away from a home line and even Wi-Fi. Our amps are great for urban homes and buildings but also perfect for the M2M market and very remote areas. They allow users to stay connected in the many locations where coverage is presently poor or even non existent.” Please like us on Facebook
SmoothTalker designs and engineers leading edge products that enhance the total cellular phone experience. SmoothTalker produces the absolute best performing signal boosters available, the largest selection of in-vehicle custom charging cradles in North America and professional grade fixed-in-vehicle hands-free kits.
The company first began developing SmoothTalker cellular products in 1995. Research and Development into digital signal boosters began in 1998, to address the needs for improved signal in remote areas. SmoothTalker was the pioneer in this technology. In December 2001 SmoothTalker received the first FCC approval for its GSM/TDMA Digital Mobile Booster. This was quickly followed with the first FCC boosters for iDEN (Nextel) and for CDMA networks. This commitment to meeting the needs of the user and the network resulted in the most advanced wireless amplifier technology on the market today “STEALTH TECH” ®.
SmoothTalker will continue the evolution of signal booster technology and keep raising the bar ever higher to meet the complicated and constantly evolving demands of present and future wireless networks and market needs.
For more information:
Contact: Kevin Carter, Director of Business Development, SmoothTalker