Connected Learning Is the New Standard!
Powerful Signal improves cellular reception at schools and universities.
Great cell signal matters.
“Why do local schools, colleges, and universities come to Powerful Signal? School campuses today need strong, reliable cellular signal to enable education and administration. Powerful Signal will fix your building’s cell signal problem.”Kevin Taylor – President, Powerful Signal
Why Schools Come to Us.
Don’t be fooled. Many online retailers will sell you a cell signal booster kit at the lowest possible price, but they’ll overstate its performance and can’t provide knowledgeable technical support. That’s not Powerful Signal—we’ve been designing and installing cellular solutions for over 10 years, and we stand behind our work.
Our modular and scalable systems use industry-standard components, pre-approved by the FCC, to get the strongest possible voice and data cell signal at the lowest possible cost—almost always far less than fiber DAS systems.
5-Star Professional Service!
- From start to finish, Powerful Signal is your partner for a successful project. Our end-to-end process will provide a turnkey solution, and we’ll take care of you every step of the way.
- We will work quickly and efficiently with your team to provide you with an accurate, reliable quote and timeline for your project.
- We’ll create a custom design for your specific building and its unique needs. Our experienced, professional installers will implement your solution quickly and correctly.
- After your project is completed, we’ll be here for you for the life of your system and beyond, whether you need technical support, changes to your system, or additional solutions.
They Can Hear You Now.
Educators, administrators, and students use smartphones, tablets, and other cellular-connected devices for learning, collaborating, directing, and socializing. The concrete, steel, and glass in large buildings make it difficult for cellular frequencies to penetrate inside. The result in many school campuses is weak signal, spotty coverage, and dead zones—the pace of education outruns the flow of information.