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University campuses are large sprawling areas which consist of a number of very different buildings and a variety of people, all with different communication requirements. Lecturers in the lecture halls, staff in shops and restaurants, students in accommodation, people in car parks, bars and sports facilities: All of these people and buildings require reliable voice and internet connectivity for the day to day smooth running of the university. It also ensures that students are within a safe, connected environment.  

In order to maintain their reputable name as a leading edge education facility, universities must have excellent voice and fast data services.

How to ensure excellent voice and data communications on a campus?


Ensure that every visitor to the campus can access mobile signal.​

A university campus holds many different groups of people who all need good signal, including lecturers, administration, restaurant workers, students and visitors. In the modern world it is not acceptable for them to have to use WIFI with cumbersome passwords and unreliable, slow speeds. By far the easiest solution is to enable all of these people to use their own mobile phone, allowing voice and high-speed 5G data to everyone.

Stella repeaters amplify all of the operators’ signals in Europe, the UK, Middle East and Asia. Stella repeaters amplify voice signal, as well as 5G, 4G and 3G data, allowing access to high-speed internet for everyone without the need to manage WIFI passwords.


Choose a solution that will ensure signal in all buildings for safety purposes

There are many different types of buildings on a campus and most are built from modern materials, including thick concrete walls and triple glazed windows. These materials prevent the signal from the mobile operators from entering the building. Even though most campuses are located near the centre of large cities and have excellent mobile coverage outside, inside the buildings there is no signal. It is important for health and safety as well as user experience that students and staff feel safe and connected in the buildings at all times of the day and night, whether it is in underground car parks or locker rooms. Stella repeaters capture signal from all operators outside the building and distribute this signal to all areas inside the premises via multiple antennas. It is a modular system that can accommodate any size and any number of different facilities.


Ensure the system allows access to mobile signal for payments both via mobile phone and visa terminals

The campus hosts many buildings including shops, restaurants, car parks and bars. It is essential that staff in all of these facilities can take payments speedily and efficiently, allowing customers to tap their phones to use Apple Pay and Google Pay and also accepting payment using mobile VISA terminals.

Stella repeaters amplify the mobile signal in all areas and ensure that every device that uses the mobile operator’s signal works seamlessly. The Stella Repeater System supports unlimited numbers of people, and data speeds will not lag at peak times, ensuring speedy payment receipts.


Choose a system that will allow you to protect the campus from cyber attacks.

Institutions are increasingly under threat from cyber attack. From healthcare to government to universities, it is important that a campus provides access to mobile signal without compromising security. Stella repeaters amplify voice, 5G, 4G and 3G signal, allowing everyone to work off their own mobile phone data plan without the need for management of usernames and passwords. The security, when using the mobile operators network, is far superior to anything that a local wifi provider can offer.


Choose a cost effective, environmentally friendly option.

A large campus requires a low management, low maintenance system that enables reliable mobile signal without high maintenance and management costs. Allowing staff, students to work off their own data plan hugely increases efficiency by allowing time saving apps to function. The Stella Repeater enables these apps and mobile devices to work for a relatively small initial cost and once installed, the antennas around the building do not use electricity and the repeaters use the equivalent of a light bulb to run. This makes the system energy efficient and highly cost effective.

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Pre-Installation Support

Building plans can be uploaded to the Stella Online Planning Tool to plan and troubleshoot the repeater installation layout. This helps the installer to provide more accurate quotations as only the required material is purchased, and also saves the installer time when doing the installation. 

Post Installation Management

Stella iRepeater Systems can be fully monitored online using Stella’s cloud based, remote management system. The system can be remotely monitored and calibrated, ensuring it is always performing at the optimum level.

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The Stella repeater system amplifies the frequencies from the operators. (700MHz-2600MHz). It is agnostic as to what services (3G/4G/5G) are carried over these frequencies. 

This is a big advantage to a Repeater system. You are future proofed against new services that may appear in the future.

5G has appeared in recent years, and even older model Stella repeaters which were installed many years ago, are now successfully repeating the new 5G service, no update to the hardware or software required. This is a big benefit to the customer.

The Stella iRepeaters can be remotely monitored and they automatically re-calibrate to provide optimum coverage if there are external environmental changes.

The Stella Repeater System is a modular solution and antennas can be placed in all areas where signal is needed, including underground car parks. All devices that use the cellular signal will be amplified including e-charging and pay stations.

The Stella Repeater System amplifies the signal from the operator, allowing students to work off their own data plan. If the operator can handle multiple users at the same time, then the repeater can handle this too, just as if the students were using their phones at home.