RFeConnect, Enhancing First Responder communication
ERRCS, DAS, WIRELESS SOLUTIONS & CELL BOOSTERS
RFeConnect is a distribution company that can service all of your project needs; including Cellular DAS & Wireless Solutions for First Responders. We carry products such as cell network boosters, wireless coverage solutions, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), and antennas to solve any communications coverage challenge you face. Our top of the line products increase productivity, improve safety, enable seamless communications, and strengthen data security. Whether you need a boosted signal at your home, office, small business, commercial building, or large scale facility, you’ll find it here.
How Can We Help?
First Responder’s communication systems are vital tools to stay in contact with each other, with their dispatcher, and with other response teams during an emergency, even in the most challenging situations.
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Connectivity Solutions for Every Need
Our wireless solutions and DAS offer reliable, flexible solutions for homes, businesses, large buildings, and other structures experiencing poor cell phone and data reception. Our high-performance cellular DAS deliver the greatest coverage in terms of distance covered, and they work with all major cell phone carriers and all generations of devices.
We offer a huge range of solutions, and we’re here to help you find the one that’s right for you. When you get in touch, we’ll go through our process from the initial site survey to expert design assistance to fast and cost-effective installation. Rely on RFeConnect and our partners for tailored and reliable cell boosting solutions from start to finish.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve answered a few of the frequently asked questions we receive about cell phone boosters and other services we offer.
How does DAS work?
Most DAS have indoor and outdoor components. An outdoor antenna captures the signal from your nearest cell phone tower, even if that tower is far away and the signal is weak. Then, it amplifies the signal and transmits it inside your home, business or other structure to an indoor antenna. Then, your cell phone signal booster broadcasts that stronger signal throughout so it’s accessible to all device types.
For what industries do you provide commercial-grade cell phone boosters?
How do I know if my building provides adequate signal for first responders?
You offer so many choices when it comes to wireless coverage solutions. How do I know which one is right for me?
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