About Mobile Booster System
Frustrated with mobile signal problem…

We are here to provide Worry-free Solution to encounter mobile signal issue…

Our Solution…

Our Product…

  • Complete series: from low-range to long-range, cover single-band, duo-band and tri-band
  • Coverage: up to 50, 000m2
  • Availability: Residential, Hotel, Basement Car Park, High Rise Commercial Building / Office
  • SIRIM approved product

Important Note:
  • MCMC set a new rule in 2018, only Telco (i.e. Maxis, Digi, Celcom, U Mobile and etc.) have right to install Mobile Signal Booster system for customer. To comply with this new rule, our SIRIM / MCMC certificate for mobile signal booster was discontinued effectively from this July 2018, due to Telco complain to MCMC that many interference case happen recently.
  • The chance of MyMB booster causing interference is very low if the setting and installation is done correctly. we would continue to support our customer to further reduce the chance of interfering to telco signal.
  • Actually in most of the cases that cause interference, it could be avoided by setting the booster according to our manual and/or observe the UL/UP/ALARM LED on the booster and feedback to us in case UL/UP/ALARM LED is ON.
  • After the band reshuffling during 2017, telco upgrade and/or built new infrastructure to utilize their new allocated band, and this new infrastructure may be too near to the mobile signal booster system at your location, this may cause interference to telco signal also.
  • It is recommended to check the UL/ALARM LED  4  times per year , especially if  you notice any new telco infrastructure nearby.

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Technical References

“db” is a logarithmic ratio used to measure power.

•The normal signal ranges from roughly -60dbm to -112dbm.
• The higher the absolute number (120 is higher than 80), the lower the signal.

“ASU” is the rate at which the phone is able to update its location from the tower signals.
•It's linear and it measures roughly the same thing dbm measures.
•The higher the ASU number, the better the signal.
•Conversion: convert ASU to dbm by dBm= -113+(2*ASU)
** As summary, if you dropped half the signal strength (to -110dbm), you'd still be able to use the phone. Yet normally if the signal drops a couple of db (example @ -112dbm, and you will be experience drop call).

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