Anatech can custom engineer any solution to specifically address your
in-building coverage needs.
Custom solutions can be designed to cover an area as small as a few
hundred square feet or as large as a 100,000 square feet.
They can comprise of one large coverage footprint or multiple smaller
A typical solution will have a roof-mounted outside antenna (to pick up
the desired signals from the various surrounding cell sites), an
appropriately capable amplifier (mounted in a utility, electrical,
computer, or service room) to broadcast the outgoing and incoming
signals, and any number of inside antennas (generally hidden) needed to
cover the areas needing improvement.
Our systems come with a full 1 year warranty on all equipment, hardware
and calibration, tweaking & maintainance.
It is quite common, as a system breaks-in over the first month
or so, for it to require minor tweaking.
We also guarantee for 1 year, network
performance. This means, our system will work as designed, with no
adverse effects or interference on the surrounding carrier's cell sites.
Our systems are designed to maximize signal penetration and usability
without adversely affecting the various carrier's towers performance*.
We have the experience and work with various carrier's engineers and
Industry Canada, to provide an approved industry solution. We pride
ourselves knowing that every one of ours systems works as designed with
no ill effects**.
* a very important notice regarding
in-building booster systems
There are many retail packaged in-building booster products sold
through retail outlets on the market,
all of which, when not installed with the proper considerations and
engineering will cause interference and swamping issues on a carrier's
cellular tower (& network). These issues can cause problems from,
other users in the area experiencing dropped calls to completely
overpowering the tower and knocking it off-line. The FCC in the United
States has started processes to regulate in-building systems
making them enforcablely illegal to purchase directly and operate. The
FCC's regulations would mandate that only qualified
manufactures and appropriately trained providers would be allowed to
design, supply, install, and maintain these systems. As with everything
the FCC does, Canada's regulatory equivalent, Industry Canada, shortly
** Even the one where our outside antenna is mounted on a Telus
cell site, 30' below their antenna array.