Flare 3.0 for Better Cell Service in Rural Homes

SureCall Flare 3.0 brings better cell signals to small homes and offices in rural areas of the US.


What is the Flare 3.0?Flare-3-Signal-Booster-Home

Small homes in rural areas have a new cell phone signal booster option that can deliver even better cell service to buildings up to 3,000 square feet. The new and improved Flare 3.0 is tailor-made for small buildings that want a simple solution but may not have a cell tower right near their home. The reason Flare 3.0 works so well in these rural areas stems from two key performance advantages to uplink power and antenna gain. In fact, the Flare 3.0 has 1.5X more uplink power for the signal frequencies that cater to most rural customers than our multi-award-winning Flare model. It is also sold with a kit that uses a Yagi donor antenna to access cell signal towers at greater distances from the home.

Benefits of Flare 3.0 cell phone signal booster:

The Flare 3.0 is a newly engineered addition to the Flare product suite that gives the same great performance with a bit of added boost to better suit homes in rural areas. The Flare 3.0 offers:

  • Best signals for rural buildings up to 3,000 sq. ft.
  • Compatible with all US cell carriers
  • Improves call, text, 3G, and 4G LTE data
  • Simple two component design for easier installation
  • 24/7 US Based tech support and lifetime warranty
  • FCC approved

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Common questions about Flare 3.0:


How much area will Flare 3.0 cover?

The SureCall Flare 3.0 cell phone booster will cover up to 3,000 square feet in a home or office. The amount of area the system will cover is dependent on the internal structure of the building (fewer internal walls means a larger coverage area), the signal coming into the system (the more signal the signal booster has access to, the larger the coverage area), and the quality of the installation (more separation between the outside antenna and the Flare inside booster antenna means larger coverage area).

Will Flare 3.0 improve signals for all US cell carriers?

Yes, the Flare 3.0 cell phone signal booster can boost signals for all US carriers, so long as the carrier has a usable signal outside or very nearby to the building. Flare 3.0 is a US signal booster, which means it will improve the cell signal for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and every other US cell carrier.

What comes in the Flare 3.0 box?

Inside the Flare 3.0 package you will find all of the components you will need for a complete installation. Inside the box you will find (1) Yagi outdoor antenna with all mounting hardware, (1) Flare 3.0 signal booster with built-in inside antenna, (1) 50-fo RG-6 coaxial cable, and (1) AC power supply. In addition to these components you should have: roof access and a drill with Philips-head bit and 1/4” drill bit.

How do I install the Flare 3.0 signal booster?

Flare 3.0 is a simplified signal booster system that maintains great performance while cutting down on the actual number of components. There are two simple components that require installation – an outside antenna and the inside Flare booster with built-in antenna. Step 1, find the spot outside of your home with the strongest cell signal. Step 2, install the outside antenna in that location – this will likely be on your roof. Step 3, place the Flare booster in the area of the home that you most often use your cellular devices and connect the cable that leaves the outside antenna directly into the Flare booster. Step 4, connect the system to power and look at the lights on the front of the booster.

What do the lights mean?

The lights on the front of your Flare 3.0 cell phone signal booster will give you an indication of your booster’s performance. Here is an explanation of exactly what these lights mean:

Light Location Light Condition Indication
Top On The booster is receiving power.
Left or Right Off or Solid Yellow Working properly – no action is needed
Left Yellow Flashing Working properly – no action is needed
Left Red Flashing Booster is receiving too strong of a signal. Relocate or redirect the outside antenna in small increments until the red flashing stops.
Right Yellow Flashing The booster is preventing oscillation. Increase the amount of separation between the booster and outside antenna. Move one of these components away from the other to create add distance between the two.
Right Red/Yellow Alternately Flashing The booster is preventing oscillation. Increase the amount of separation between the booster and outside antenna. Move one of these components away from the other to create add distance between the two.

How is Flare 3.0 different from Flare?

Flare 3.0 is a new and improved version of the Flare that is tailor-made to improve cell service for homes and small buildings in rural areas that are far from the nearest cell tower or struggle with weak cell signals. To transmit and receive signals from towers further from the building, this signal booster uses a directional Yagi outside antenna to tap into cell towers further from the home. The Flare 3.0 also has 3 dB more uplink power for the signal frequencies that cater to most rural customers, which gives the system 1.5X more power to send signals back to the tower. The 1.5X more uplink power and use of the Yagi antenna make the Flare the best signal booster for small homes in rural areas of the US.

What’s the difference between the Yagi and Omni outdoor antenna?

Each of these antennas are made for specific situations. For signal boosters, both of these antennas will receive and transmit signals to and from a cell tower.

A Yagi antenna is called a directional antenna. If we could see the reception/transmission window of a Yagi antenna it would look a lot like the glow of a flashlight. Yagi antennas are best for buildings in rural areas that are far from the nearest cell tower or where there are very weak cell signals outside of the building. This comes built-in to our Flare 3.0 signal booster kit.

An omni antenna, or omni-directional outdoor antenna, reception/transmission window would look much more like a lantern’s glow that receives signals from all sides. Omni antennas are best for homes and buildings that have usable cell signals outside of the building and don’t have to cover large distances to find a strong signal. This comes standard in the Flare signal booster kit.

 

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