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Compare HiBoost Smart Link 4K, 10K, 15K and Watch Installation Video

Jul 31, 2019

HiBoost 4K vs. 10K vs. 15K: HiBoost Home 4K offers up to +60dB Gain - choose this if outside signal strength is good. HiBoost Home 10K offers up to +65 dB Gain - choose this if outside signal is weak (even if you don't need 10,000 sq. ft. inside coverage). HiBoost Home 15K offers up to +70 dB Gain - choose this if outside signal is very weak (even if you don't need 15,000 sq. ft. inside coverage).

The HiBoost 4K kit offers up to 4,000 sq. ft. area of boosted talk and data but that is contingent on good signal outside. Coverage can be a lot less if outside signal is weak or very weak. Similarly, HiBoost 10K and HiBoost 15K kits offer 10,000 sq. ft. and 15,000 sq. ft. coverage respectively, only if outside signal is good. Coverage will be a lot less if outside best signal strength where you can mount exterior antenna is weak or very weak.

Please keep these factors in mind and get the right kit before proceeding with installation. Try soft installation first, where you do not fix anything in place - just loosely place everything so it can be moved around to optimal position to get the best reception possible. Then only if signal boost is acceptable - fix, mount, install everything in place.

How to install the HiBoost 4K SL, HiBoost 10K SL, and HiBoost 15K SL (Smart Link) Signal Booster Video:

HiBoost 4K, 10K, 15K SmartLink Signal Boosters and Installation Instructions.

The HiBoost Smart Link series 4K, 10K, 15K cellular amplifiers are precision engineered cellphone boosters built with carrier grade components. To maximize amplifying performance and longevity, SmartLink boosters integrate true heat sink aluminum alloy chassis that dissipates heat from the unit while it is operating.

Front of the booster.

The front of the booster is equipped with LED indicators and an LCD display that allows you to see real-time signal readings. The left column displays all the frequency bands that different carriers operate on. The right column displays the power output level in decibel milliwatts. The middle two columns display the uplink and downlink gain in decibels.

Smart Link kit components.

The user manual. The booster unit. 200 or 400 LMR low-loss cables. Bluetooth Wi-Fi antenna. A slim and sleek antenna that has 7 dBi of gain. A powerful 9 dBi Gain directional antenna that can reach towers up to nine miles away. Booster mounting hardware. Indoor antenna mounting hardware. Outdoor antenna bracket. Power supply.

Installation steps.

As explained in the video, to begin the installation, download the Signal Supervisor app from Google Play or the App Store and create a new account. You may use the quick installation guide found in the Signal Supervisor app to guide you through the installation process step-by-step. Attach the small block antenna to the unit and plug in the power supply.

On the Signal Supervisor app, go to the My Device tab and select Add Device. Follow the prompts on the app to register the booster. Connect the outdoor antenna to the booster. Make sure that the connections are tightened firmly. From the roof of your building, find the best location for the outdoor antenna. Make a complete 360-degree scan of the horizon. Use the power meter tool on the app to locate the strongest signal.

Slowly pan the antenna back and forth until you see the power levels peak. Fix the antenna in place and connect it to the booster using the coaxial cable provided in the kit. Mount the indoor antenna and connect to the booster using the coaxial cable. Mount all cables to the booster and make sure the power is on. Using the app, test the signal values again to make sure that the system is operating properly.

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  • I really feel like I could install this cellular amplifier after watching this video and reading the instructions. Good job on whoever put things together because you broke it down step by step. That’s what you need with any build. If it’s a shelf or a piece of electronic equipment, you need to know where you start and where you’re headed.

    Felicity Game on
  • This looks too complicated for me. I’ll have to get some other cell phone booster, especially one that comes with someone putting it in for me. I’m at a stage in my life where I don’t need the aggravation.

    Dottie Hutson on
  • I’ve put in cable boxes, Rokus, and based on this video, I think I could install a cell phone booster. I thought the antenna might be tricky but then I remembered putting in a Sirius radio at home. This actually looks fairly easy to do.

    Byron Scurll on
  • Electronic companies have got really good at making it look easy to install their products. However, I treat these videos like I do movie trailers. A good editor can make a garbage movie look good with a well-cut trailer. On a similar note, you can take something that’s a pain to assemble and make it look easy.

    Micah F. on
  • So glad to see the heat sink fixture because some of today’s technology runs so hot. I was checking out a PlayStation 4 the other day and I was amazed at how much heat it gives off. These HiBoost products look interesting, but I’m not sure if they’re the brand I’d want to go with. The heat sink feature is appealing but I plan on shopping and comparing.

    Jeremy Anderson on

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