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Years ago law enforcement departments such as police officers and sheriffs depended on two-way radios for their main channel of communication. Because of different terrains, building structures and remote locations, there were numerous “dead” spots - remote locations outside of signal range where officers could not communicate with central dispatch or call for backup.
Cellular telephones have changed communication significantly for law enforcement officers. Today, Police and Sheriff personal routinely rely on cell phones for critical communications and everyday operations. Like many professionals, their jobs are mobile so their voice and data tools have to be mobile too.
But even with cellular communications, there are still areas where it is difficult to pick up a signal for law enforcement officers. Weak signals and dropped calls, while frustrating for the average cell phone user, can easily be perilous for police, fire and rescue workers.
An effective means of improving cellular communications for police and other emergency services personnel is to use products that enhance cellular service.
Many law enforcement agencies use Wilson Electronics amplifiers and antennas from AlternativeWireless.com, Inc. to extend service into remote locations, inside metal buildings and trailers, in office buildings, to improve the quality of voice and data communications, and to reduce the number of dropped calls for critical communication.
- More than 600 public safety and government organizations currently use Wilson boosters.
We accept Government POs and Credit Cards.
Weak signals and dropped calls, while frustrating for the average cell phone user, can easily be perilous for police, fire and rescue workers.
We have helped hundreds of police officers, sheriffs, EMS personal, fireman, county, city, state, and federal officers. For more information see: Broadband Cellular Data Cards & Hotspots and Signal Boosters for Buildings, Signal Boosters for Vehicles, Trailers, Mobile Data Communication Units