SureCall’s Fusion2Go OTR Booster Yearn the Spotlight at CES 2023

05 Jun 2023

The presence of automotive technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has consistently been noteworthy, to the point that in recent times it has been humorously suggested that CES stood for "Car Electronics Show" instead of "Consumer Electronics Show." The 2023 edition of CES was also consistent with this trend.

Although cell phone boosters are not a novel invention, SureCall Telecommunication developed a cellular signal repeater or cell phone booster explicitly for trucks, SUVs, RVs, and off-road vehicles at CES.

The demand for cellular signal repeaters has surged recently due to the rise in the usage of mobile devices and the necessity for dependable and superior cellular signal coverage.

As per the BIS Research report, the global cellular signal repeater market is projected to reach $5.51 billion by 2032 from $1.07 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 17.73% during the forecast period 2022-2032.

According to the results of testing conducted in rural Northwest Florida, the cell phone signal booster called Fusion2Go OTR by SureCall enhanced the reception significantly.

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According to the company, the SureCall Fusion2Go OTR, worth $529, is an efficient cell phone signal amplifier that can alleviate the frustration of missed or interrupted calls by providing improved voice clarity, faster data transfer speeds, and better streaming even in areas with poor signal strength.

It is compatible with various phone brands, including 4G LTE and 5G, and supports multiple devices, such as hotspots. The device comes with a robust exterior antenna that is weather-resistant and can be permanently affixed to the outside of any large vehicle.

The Commercial Carrier Journal conducted a test on the SureCall Fusion2Go OTR signal booster in the Northwest Florida region, which is known for having an inconsistent signal strength that can range from excellent to nonexistent. Although the booster had some initial difficulties in establishing connectivity, it ultimately performed admirably by enabling uninterrupted communication amidst the trees.

Features of Fusion2Go OTR

SureCall claims that, as long as the necessary requirements are met, installing the Fusion2Go OTR is simple. Specifically, the kit includes an antenna mount that can be conveniently attached to the steel support bar of a truck's side mirror.

If a truck has a single large arm supporting the mirror, which is common in newer models from renowned manufacturers such as Freightliner and Kenworth, it will need to find an alternative mount. This also applies to other types of trucks, such as pickups, which lack a support bar for the side mirror.

SureCall provides a patch antenna that is fixed inside the vehicle using a hook-and-loop fastener. With its 12-foot cable, the antenna can be positioned almost anywhere inside the truck. Optimal signal enhancement is achieved when the antenna is placed closer to the phone. The patch antenna is linked to an amplifier, which, in turn, is connected to an external antenna.

Market Segmentation of Cellular Signal Repeater

The market for cellular signal repeaters is predominantly driven by the in-building signal repeater segment, which currently holds the largest demand share. The in-building signal repeater by application is projected to reach $4,710.1 million by 2032 from $783.4 million in 2021, as suggested by BIS Research.

The growing popularity of passenger cars, along with the increasing demand for heavy and luxury vehicles, has resulted in heightened demand for cellular signal repeaters in passenger vehicles.

This segment is relatively easier to operate compared to commercial vehicles, which has further contributed to its widespread adoption. Moreover, factors such as population growth, urbanization, and rising disposable incomes have significantly boosted passenger vehicle production.


According to Dhrubajyoti Narayan, Principal Analyst, BIS Research, “The cellular signal repeater market presents significant opportunities for growth, particularly in emerging economies where the demand for better cellular connectivity is rapidly increasing. The cellular signal repeater market is expected to grow significantly in the coming years, driven by several factors.”

In addition, the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the growing requirement for dependable wireless communication is predicted to drive the need for cellular signal repeaters in various industries, such as healthcare, transportation, and logistics.

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