Pro Boost

Have you been struggling with poor mobile signal across your business?

In today’s ever-changing business landscape, smooth communication and operational efficiency are pivotal to businesses and the integration of a smart cellular solution stands as a transformative breakthrough.

Pro Boost Mobile antenna diagram.

Smart cellular solutions tackle the persistent indoor challenges of dropped calls, sub-par voice quality, and sluggish data speeds caused by weak cellular signal.

Using the most advanced technologies for legally boosting mobile phone signals, we can assist in providing licence-exempt mobile repeaters, small cell technology, distributed antenna systems and private mobile networks for enterprises and public sector organisations. This includes sectors such as healthcare, energy, hospitality, manufacturing, logistics, utilities and more.

If your business is faced with mobile phone coverage issues, then we would be more than happy to take a look at this for you and to provide you with further details on how we can assist.

The first step would be for a survey to be completed to provide some indicative costings. In order to do this we would require simple floorplans of the building/area you are looking to improve mobile coverage across, along with the approximate square footage of the building/area..


Our state-of-the-art repeater system covers all four major networks, EE, VMO2, Vodafone and Three. Our system works via a high gain external antenna that connects to the strong mobile phone signal outside, which is then fed into the internal repeater known as a Network Unit. 

This is then connected to Coverage Units distributed throughout the building which amplify the signal from outside. The coverage units communicate with each other, creating a supercell within the building, no matter how large or small.

Small Cell

A small cell is a small radio access point or wireless network base station with a low radio frequency (RF) power output, footprint and range. Small cells are used to improve mobile reception in areas with a large number of users, for example city-centre offices. 

There are several types of small cell, with varying capacity and reach, covering a range of requirements from small office buildings to large, high capacity settings such as hospitals and universities.

Active DAS

A distributed antenna system (DAS) is a network of antenna nodes that are connected to a common source and used to improve cell reception within a building or area. An Active DAS will typically be used in settings that require additional capacity, for example stadiums and airports with a very large number of users. 

An Active DAS converts the radio frequency transmissions from the signal source signal so they can be distributed via an optical or ethernet cable.

Private Cellular

A Private Mobile Network utilises the same technology that is used by mobile networks, to provide a private wireless network. This private, local network looks just like WiFi, but leverages the much more secure, scalable LTE and 5G technology.

Due to the unrivalled levels of control, security and quality of service, Private LTE & 5G networks are perfect for environments that handle sensitive data and require a constant connection for mission-critical operations.