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Best Cell Phone Booster Guide for Motorhomes Classes A, B, C.

Motorhome Class A, B, C - Cell Phone Signal Booster Guide

If this is your first foray into the world of cell phone signal boosters for motorhomes, you're properly feeling a little unsure as to what you should be looking for. Fortunately, best motorohome or toterhome cellular amplifiers are easier to choose based on your needs and motorhome / toter home category you own. Therefore, with a little research you shouldn't have much difficulty at all in determining which motorhome mobile repeater would suit your specific purposes. While there are similarities between all signal boosters and the three classes of motorhomes available, there are also very distinct differences that define each type of cell phone booster and each class of motorhome with each of both having its own advantages and disadvantages.

Differences Between Class A, B & C Motorhomes and Suggested Boosters For Each.

The three classes of motorhomes are Class A, Class B, and Class C. The three types of boosters are: 1) In-Motion Single Device Signal Enhancer. 2) In-Motion Multiple Device Signal Enhancer. 3) Stationary Multiple Device Signal Enhancer. In this post we will define the three motorohome classes and respective wireless signal enhancers to help you make an informed decision on which cell booster would be the best fit for your needs and your class of motorhome.

If the places you go has weak cellular signals, the result will be bad voice reception or dropped calls, and data connections will be slow or intermittent.

To solve these connectivity problems, you could use a Motorhome cell phone signal booster that is designed specifically to be mounted in vehicles such as RVs. These type of cellular amplifiers also work well in motor homes and will improve your cellular reception while you're on road travelling or parked at a campground or vacation spot.

However, in this post, we will look at custom kitted cell phone signal boosters that have been redesigned with more suitable interior antennas by SignalBooster.com - Specifically for Class A, B, C Motorhomes:

Class A Motorhome.

Class A motorhomes are more like a house on wheels and are distinguishable by their large size and boxy shape. These motorhomes are built on a strong, heavy-duty frame; either a commercial bus chassis, a specially designed motor-vehicle chassis, or sometimes they are custom-made. Some of these motorhomes can be as long as 45 feet, which is why they are the preferred choice of RV full timers.

The construction of the heavy-duty frame is very similar to the big 18 wheelers you may have seen around, with the larger 22.5-inch wheels specifically designed to support their heavy loads. Unfortunately, they have a low fuel economy of just 8-10 miles per gallon, regardless of whether you use gas or diesel.

This class of motorhome is renowned for its high quality construction, luxurious amenities and roomy interior. With tons of storage space, they usually have at least two expanding slide-outs to enlarge the living area. This motorhome has a large, fully equipped kitchen, with a large bathroom. With the bunkbeds, and dining sets and sofas that convert into beds, the Class A motorhome typically sleeps 6 or 8 people, and some can even sleep 10.

If you’re just starting out, you might choose to start with a Class B or Class C motorhome, but if you go straight for the Class A you will certainly enjoy the luxury and comfort of first-class travel. However, you may need the strongest cell phone signal booster for Class A motorhomes to cover its roomy interior. Here is what we recommend:

  1. Fusion2Go MAX Panel Antenna Kit.

This latest RV cell phone signal booster with Extended Range Technology (ERT) is the most powerful currently in the market. It works with all types of cell devices such as mobile phones, tablet computers and cellular hotspots like Mi-Fi, Internet Stick, etc. for wireless connectivity. It works with all cellphone carriers in North America. It provides boosted connectivity on the move when you're travelling, or when parked for extended periods of time.

It reduces dropped and missed calls and extends battery life for multiple users simultaneously. It provides clear and consistent coverage for all cellular devices.

This kit has been designed for use in over-sized vehicles such as the Class A Motor Home. It provides 50 db 5-band signal boosting for voice and text messages, and improves data and connectivity for all mobiles and devices within the vehicle.

In rural areas, it uses its 2X higher amplification power to access faraway cellular towers better, keeping you connected further into the fringe of the network.

Class B Motorhome.

Class B motorhomes are also known as camper vans or van conversions, because they do look very much like a van. This is the smallest class of motorhome, which means they may be short on space, but they are easy to maneuver and better on fuel economy. Probably more suited to 2 people, the Class B motorhome will have a tiny kitchen, bathroom, and living room. However, on the positive side these motorhomes are more affordable, and certainly easier to tow and park than their Class A and Class C cousins.

Usually tall enough for people to stand comfortably, the Class B motorhome is the least expensive of the three classes. Because of its smaller size it is easy to drive and easy to park. And, with its compact body, there's usually no need to tow a car behind. You shouldn't have any problems parking in a driveway or any other average-size spot.

These motorhomes have little room for storage or for moving about, and usually have a wet bath, which means that the shower and toilet share the same space. So while they don't have the spaciousness and luxury of a Class A motorhome, this motorhome is well priced and is the perfect travelling mode for two people. If you are not concerned about the amount of space available for moving around, and you love the convenience of driving a smaller vehicle, then the Class B motorhome is probably the perfect RV for you.

Note: Because of its often-cramped interior, some Class B motorhomes have been designed with slide-outs to provide extra space, but you will only find this extra on the larger and more extravagant Class B+ motorhomes. Nevertheless, like Class A motor homes, cellular reception can be a problem across the country due to spotty coverage in remote areas. To combat fringe coverage, we recommend the following powerful Motorhome cell phone signal booster kit because the size of coverage space within this Class B motorhome may not be as much of an issue than pulling signal from faraway cell tower:

  1. Fusion2Go MAX Whip Antenna Kit.

This signal booster will also work while the vehicle is moving, or when it is parked at your favorite hiking or picnic spot. All cellular devices being used inside the RV, Camper, Trailer, or MotorHome will get simultaneous signal boost. It supports all cellular devices including smartphones, tablets, turbo sticks, air cards, and mobile hotspots like MiFi, Jetpack, etc.

Class C Motorhome.

Class C motorhomes are typically built on a van or truck chassis designed specifically for a motorhome. These RVs sit somewhere between a Class A and Class B motorhome. Built with a cabin chassis, they are a kind of compromise between the Class A and Class B motorhome. They are a medium-sized motorhome with an attached cab, recognizable by the overhang that extends over the cab. This overhang area is typically used as sleeping quarters, allowing extra room for a kitchen, bigger bathroom than a class B motorhome, living area and storage space.

With similar amenities as a Class A motorhome, this RV is much more budget friendly. While it has a lower fuel economy than a Class B motorhome, it is certainly much more fuel-efficient than the Class A. These motorhomes can typically sleep between 4 and 8 people. And, with this motorhome you can tow a small boat or a separate car for running around town, which is strongly advised because it can be quite challenging trying to maneuver these motorhomes around town. You would need access to a bigger parking area because it would be virtually impossible to park in a downtown area. You would use your small car for shopping and exploring while leaving the motorhome parked. Another problem can be trying to fit a Class C motorhome in a garage or even a driveway.

This RV is the perfect motorhome if you're looking for a family vacation vehicle, but you may need to look for something bigger if you're looking for something full-time. Regardless of how you ended up with a Class C Motorhome, cell phone coverage will need to be addressed if you drive to areas with poor cell signals. To overcome cellular coverage issues, we recommend the following powerful Motorhome cell phone signal booster kit combined with a desktop antenna that will give enough boost to provide signal all across this mid-range size motorhome that is categorized as Class C.

  1. Fusion2Go MAX Table-Top Antenna Kit.

This kit will also work while the vehicle is moving, or when it is parked at campground. Boost signal reception inside the vehicle with stronger connection to cell towers of all United States and Canadian wireless networks. Strong connections will result in fewer dropped or missed calls, fewer garbled conversations, and fewer Internet hang-ups, freezing, or buffering videos.

Stationary Kit Option For All Motorhome Classes A, B, C:

If you have not purchased your motorhome yet and are simply preparing to outfit it with a cell phone booster, make sure you do your research to determine which class of motorhome would best suit your purpose. Then, armed with this information you can start visiting showrooms knowing exactly what you're looking for. Then consider this last suggestion if you need absolute maximum reception power of up to 65 dB Gain (all others listed above provide max 50 dB Gain). Albeit, this kit is very inconvenient to use because this kit requires installation each time, after reaching the site where motorhome will be parked. It is called a "stationary kit" because per FCC regulations, it cannot be used while in transit. It also requires adjustment and pointing of exterior antenna to nearest cell tower each time it is installed. When ready to drive away, it must be disassembled again for reinstallation at your next destination.

  1. Connect RV 65.

This kit is the most powerful but per FCC rules and regulations, it must only be used when parked or stationary. If you need clear voice conversations, instantaneous texting, and fast mobile internet downloads and uploads while on vacation or travelling both in the USA and Canada, installing this RV cell phone signal amplifier kit will provide the signal boost needed even in weakest areas. It is a great option for getting maximum coverage power provided you're willing to put up with inconvenience of re-installing it upon reaching your destination and uninstalling it when ready to leave. Please contact us if you need more information about this, or any other cellular amplifier kit. We're here to help!