Frequently Asked Questions
Our cell phone signal boosters include an automatic shutdown feature designed to prevent noise or oscillation from your booster. When oscillation occurs and is detected in the uplink and/or downlink features of your amplifier, the power light will turn red and the appropriate warning lights will begin flashing red.
The affected side controlling a signal band will automatically shut down after 30 seconds if the problem is not resolved. Then, after 30 seconds the booster will wake back up, at which time the power light will turn green. The lights will flash again if oscillation resumes, and these 30-second cycles will continue until either the problem is resolved or 15 minutes have passed.
The booster will shut down if the problem is not resolved within 15 minutes, meaning all lights will be off except for the power light, which is red. To reset the booster simply unplug it from the power supply, then plug it back in. Increase the antenna separation to resolve oscillation.
A cell phone booster works by pulling in weak signal, boosting it, and then rebroadcasting it inside your area in need.
Most signal boosters are a three-part system:
The Outside Antenna to capture weak cell signal.
The Amplifier to boost the weak signal.
The Inside Antenna to rebroadcast the enhanced signal inside your home or car.
With "enough" poor 3G & 4G signal, cell phone boosters can absolutely rock. Read some independent reviews about our service & products.
Basically ends dropped calls, poor call quality, slow text messages, sluggish internet, and poor reception.
One-time purchase, no monthly fees.
Standard two-to-three-year warranty on most signal boosters from reputable manufacturers.
Lifetime tech support.
Absolutely. They've been certified by the FCC since 2014 for consumer and industrial use.
Unfortunately, cell phone signal boosters are not designed to work outside a confined space.
There is no evidence to support that fingerprinting technology can impose a negative effect to your health. The methods of capturing fingerprint templates are safe, and non-intrusive to the users.
Yes, in fact it enhances your privacy by providing a combination of encryption and biometrics functionality. Fingerprinting technology works by YOU ARE YOU concept, thus requiring your presence in every transaction involving yourself. Not like token such as cards and keys, fingerprint cannot be duplicated, lend, or stolen.
No. The fingerprint image is not stored using the graphic format, instead the minutiea is captured and calculated using the algorithm concept before the mathematical data is stored as uniquely yours. The fingerprint obtained from other source will not be recognized as life finger is needed for verification.
A simplex DVR only performs one task at a time. The DVR cannot playback recorded videos when it is recording, it can only do so when the recording is stopped. A duplex DVR is able to playback recorded footages without having to stop recording. Recording is uninterrupted and taking place concurrently as you playback the recorded videos.
This depends on the size of your hard drive, the number of cameras, which recording mode (on motion, on alarm, continuously, etc.), what type of video compression you are using, quality of resolution used. Please contact our technical support directly for assistance on the calculation.
Choosing the correct CCTV Camera that fits your digital surveillance requirements is very
important. Below is a simplified set of guidelines when choosing the correct CCTV camera for
a) Location: Indoor or outdoor application
b) Requirement for day and night surveillance
c) The angle of view requirement. Wide angle coverage or a narrow field of view is required.
A system which enables an authority to control access to areas and resources in a given physical facility or computer.
Yes. With gates and card entry automatic openers to the gates.
Enter code remotely (if you view via your video surveillance that it is a false alarm) via your smart phone or device.
Call the Central Monitoring Station and alert them that you have a false alarm.
Call SWA&V to verify all devices are working effectively and not faulty.
recommend you contact your wireless carrier. They may be able to track down your phone/device using the location technology built into it.
Please be aware that the GPS satellites themselves do not track anything on the ground. They are simply beacons, like lighthouses, broadcasting one-way reference signals. Therefore, the government operators of GPS cannot locate your phone/device.
GPS receivers collect signals from satellites in view. They display the user's position, velocity, and time, as needed for their marine, terrestrial, or aeronautical applications. Some display additional data, such as distance and bearing to selected waypoints or digital charts.
The vehicle device has functions to alert you of such situations. If vehicle battery power is diconnected, it will send you a SMS alert (charges applicable). If it does not receive GPS data, it will send you a SMS alert. Finally, if our Application Server does not receive data from the vehicle device, we alert you about this
Target size: Depth:
Dime to Nickel: 4 to 8 inches
Quarter to half dollar: 6 to 12 inches
Dollar to fruit jar lid: 8 to 16 inches
Other conditions affect how deep your detector goes, but those same conditions will also affect all other detector's depth. Becoming familiar with your detector and using it at the proper sweep speed are the two most important things for you to do.
Yes, it can cause a small loss of depth due to two reasons. The first reason is that the notch discriminator adds a slight amount of capacitance to the normal discriminator circuit, which slows the response somewhat. This effect can make sweep speeds more critical when it comes to finding deep targets, but if the detector is used properly, it will not cause much loss of depth at all. The other reason depth is lost, is that as a target approaches the response cutoff of the filters used, its signal strength becomes greatly diminished. Setting the bottom edge of the notch window too close to the nickel will cause some loss of depth on the nickel, and setting the top edge too close to the penny will cause some loss of depth on the penny.
As high as possible while still being able to discern the feeble "deep target" signals from the noise or sputtering signals.