Friday, May 09, 2014

Cellphone-Mate Surecall Tri-Flex 72db 3G/4G Amplifier Kits Now Available - FCC Approved

cellphonemate surecall triflex kit
In response to the recent FCC changes*, which require cellular amplifiers to meet certain criteria (including only being sold in kits) and to be registered with the cell provider, Cellphone-Mate has released new FCC-approved versions of their popular 3G/4G Tri-Flex building amplifier kits for Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. All models support voice and 3G signal for virtually all providers in North America as well as 4G LTE signal for one of the three carriers, and a variety of antenna combinations are available to suit the needs of different users. The Tri-Flex kits include all necessary components and can provide boosted signal for up to 6,000 square feet.

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 not to scale. representative graphic only (appearance of actual components may vary)
 
Features & Benefits:
  • FCC Certified for new rigid network protection standards
  • CM400 cable is certified at the optimum length to to ensure maximum performance with minimal loss
  • Built in safeguard completely eliminates interference to the cell tower
  • Approved by all major US carriers
  • Simple Plug and Play operation
  • Highest data rate in the industry
  • Independently reconfigurable for each band
  • Dual embedded CPU for smarter technology
  • Eight RSSI detectors for all inputs and outputs
  • Stealth technology incorporated – uplink becomes dormant when not in use, providing green, power saving operation
  • Supports multiple users
  • Auto Gain Control (AGC) and manually adjustable dB gain and attenuation
  • Automatic shut down
  • Supports all 2G, 3G, and 4G standards
  • Quality metal construction, durable and resilient
  • Lowest Out of Band Emissions (OOBE) to date
The new Surecall Tri-Flex kits are available now at 3Gstore at an introductory price of $689 (MSRP $1020.00). See the full specs and order the Cellphone-Mate Surecall Tri-Flex Amplifiers

*It is important to note that users of previously available amplifiers that do not meet the new FCC regulations DO NOT need to worry - all amplifiers sold before the switchover date (May 1) are “grandfathered in.”