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April 06, 2011

Cellphone-Mate Ships First and Only FCC Approved 4G/AWS Amplifier

Cellphone-Mate, a Silicon Valley-based provider of cell phone amplifiers and accessories, announced they are shipping the SureCall CM2100 62dB, which the company claims as the industry's first and only aftermarket FCC Approved 4G/AWS (Advanced Wireless Service) band bidirectional amplifier.

The amplifier products from Cellphone-Mate dramatically improve cell phone communications for businesses, homes and mobile settings, company officials said. The SureCall flagship product line of FCC-approved signal-amplifiers boosts the range and reception of almost any call and/or data.

“We are proud of keeping with our first-to-market tradition by delivering this product to the rapidly growing 4G market,” said Hongtao Zhan, Cellphone-Mate CEO, in a statement. “This is just one of many new products we are announcing in 2011 for the 4G market.  And we deliver on our promises.”

SureCall CM2100 62dB is designed for in-building use. With this launch, Cellphone-Mate further secures its position as a technology leader in the aftermarket amplifier industry, company officials said.

The SureCall CM2100 62 dB improves data and voice service for all carriers that are on the AWS band.  It is provided with features such as independently adjustable uplink and downlinks, as well as a low heat and low noise design complimented by a stylish metal casing.  

Leading U.S. carriers like T-Mobile and MetroPCS are already using SureCall CM2100 62dB.  One of the reasons AT&T acquired T-Mobile is that they intend to pair the 700 MHz spectrum with T-Mobile's AWS spectrum to cover nearly 95 percent of the U.S. population with 4G service.  

Cellphone-Mate products are available from their authorized resellers and distributors.

Earlier last year, Cellphone-Mate announced partnership with Cellular Solutions, a provider of in-building wireless solutions. This partnership covers strategic marketing, collaboration on understanding customer requirements for cellular amplifiers for future research and development, and targeted sales programs.


Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for MobilityTechzone. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Janice McDuffee


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