Medium Area 4G LTE Signal Booster weBoost Connect 4G 470103 / 470103F
Medium Area 4G LTE Signal Booster weBoost Connect 4G 470103 / 470103F
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weBoost Connect 4G LTE cell phone signal booster kit for medium sized homes and offices to boost signal over up to 5,000 square feet. Connect 4G is available as two different part #'s: 470103 for USA, and 470103F for Canada. It will boost reception to all cellular devices within covered coverage spaces as long as they have subscription service with a mobile service provider meaning they have a working SIM card in the device.
USA version works for all cellular service providers in USA such as AT&T Wireless, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Canada version works for all mobile service carriers in Canada such as Rogers Wireless, Telus Mobility, Bell, and Freedom Mobile. Boost signal reception indoors inside homes, apartments, offices, buildings with stronger connection with respective network's cell tower. Strong connection means fewer missed or dropped calls, fewer incoherent conversations, fewer Internet hang-ups or freezing / buffering.
Enjoy clear voice conversations, instantaneous texting, and fast 3G + 4G LTE mobile internet downloads and uploads after installing this medium size office and house cell phone signal amplifier kit. weBoost Connect 4G kit is easy to install. It installs easily using DIY installation instructions included.
- Use within Office or Home.
- Amplifies texts, voice calls, and 4G LTE data for mobile Internet.
- Works on all service providers and their cellphones.
- Multiple users and cellular device signals boosted simultaneously.
- Maximum Gain: +65 dB.
Coverage Area up to 5000 sq. ft. depending on outside signal strength:
Outside signal strength on the roof of your office or home has a huge impact on the coverage area you can expect from a signal booster. Please note that many factors determine coverage area, so actual results may differ from the estimates given below.
- 1,000 sq. ft. with 1-2 bars (-100 dB).
- 3,500 sq. ft. with 3-4 bars (-85 dB).
- 5000 sq. ft. with 5 bars (-65 dB).
Please note that if there's absolutely no cell phone signal outside your home, building, apartment, or property - No signal booster can help produce signal inside. A Distributed Antenna System (DAS) or Small Cell Technology signal enhancing system will be required in those instances when there's no cell phone service outside.
No more poor call quality, dropped calls and slow internet with this cell phone booster/ amplifier.
weBoost's most popular 4G cell phone signal booster boosts 3G & 4G LTE signals for buildings, including offices, homes, cottages and business.
The weBoost Connect 4G enhances cell signals wirelessly for cellular devices including tablets, smartphones and Kindles. With a gain of up to +65 dB, it delivers a stronger signal, resulting in a clear connection to your cell phone.
weBoost has been solving cell phone reception problems for more than 4 decades with signal boosters that are FCC & IC certified. They improve weak signals in both the city and remote rural areas. This kit is DIY and very easy to install.
This model comes with a directional antenna which must point to a cell tower to achieve the best possible results.
- Enjoy Crystal Clear Voice Calls on Smart Phone.
- Eliminates Dropped Calls.
- Upload & Download Faster.
- SMS/ Text Delivered Quickly.
- Reliable Connection.
- Increases Coverage.
- Improves Reception.
- More Reception Antenna Bars.
- Dead Zones reduced or eliminated.
- Improves Battery Life.
Who will benefit?
If you require a reliable signal for voice & text, as well as a high-speed 4G LTE internet connection for a fair sized area, spanning up to 5000 sq. ft., this unit is for you. Note that the coverage depends on the strength of the signal outside and you will need to know the direction of the nearest cell tower to point exterior antenna to it. Say goodbye to dropped calls, echoing voices, text messages that get stuck and slow internet.
This signal booster is perfect for people that need fast up and downloads for streaming apps like Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, and other apps that are heavy on data.
weBoost 470103 (USA for Verizon Wireless, ATT Wireles, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc.) and 470103F (Canada for Bell, Rogers, Fido, Telus, Wind Mobile, etc.) Connect 4G can be used for all major US & Canadian carrier networks except iDen and WiMax. It supports 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, and AWS 1700/2100 MHz frequency spectrums.
How does it Work?
Connect 4G picks up existing weak signals with a directional (log periodic or yagi) antenna, and then amplifies it numerous times with Wilson's patented SmarTech III technology. The boosted signals easily bypass all interior and exterior obstructions in your home, office, or big area, to cover an area of up to 5000 sq. ft. Please note that coverage is dependent upon strength of external signal.
For best results, the distance between the inside and outside antennas should at least 15 meters feet horizontally or 6 meters vertically. For quick installer guide, refer to weBoost Connect 4-G Quick Installation Guide.
The Connect 4G cell phone booster Kit (Item # 470103 & 470103F) Includes:
- Connect 4G Multi-band Cell Phone Amplifier or Repeater.
- Wall Panel Antenna for Inside.
- Directional Antenna for Outside.
- Power Supply.
- 2 x 9m Low Loss RG6 Coax Cables (White).
- Installation Instructions and Manual.
Specifications of Amplifier Model Number 460020 with FCC ID PWO460020 and IC ID 4726A-460020.
|Frequency||700 MHz - Band 12/ 13/ 17, 850 MHz - Band 5, 1700/ 2100 MHz - Band 4, 1900 MHz - Band 25/ 2.|
|Maximum Gain||65 Decibels (dB)|
|Voltage / Power||110-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 8 W|
|Dimensions||16 x 11 x 3.5 cm|
|Weight||0.20 kg (amplifier only).|
|470103 (USA) UPC||811815024521|
|470103F (Canada) UPC||811815024545|
This cell phone booster kit is easy to install with all required components and installation instructions included.
Home & Office 4G LTE Signal Booster Installation Videos.
Step 1 of 6: Cellular Signal Booster Kit Pre-Assessment Video.
Step 2 of 6: Installing Outside Antenna Video.
Step 3 of 6: Running Cable Inside House/ Office Video.
Step 4 of 6: Installing Inside Antenna Video.
Step 5 of 6: Connecting Outside & Inside Antenna Cables to Signal Amplifier Video.
Step 6 of 6: Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit Installation Post-Assessment Video.
Questions & Answers
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Can you send someone to install this signal booster in our warehouse?
Yes, please follow installation link in footer to get a quote and set up a time and date to schedule an installation in your business building by a certified passive DAS cell phone signal booster installer. We only provide installer support for large warehouses and other large homes that are greater than 12,000 square feet. If yours is smaller, any electrician or someone who can run cable in conjunction with our customer support can install it. We can help guide your installer's installation process. We can also help troubleshoot the product to verify that the unit is working properly. If there's any other questions that need to be addressed, please give us a call.
Do you sell individual parts? My box fell, at least that is what I was told and busted. It also pulled the wire out of the inside antenna.
We do, however, not for the booster unit (amplifier base station) since the FCC regulates the boosters only be sold in kits. However, our boosters do have a 2-year manufacture warranty that comes with the booster when purchased. Give us a call and we can check that for you if you were to give us the serial number located underneath the barcode in the bottom of the booster.
Would there be any benefit to swap all the cables and antennas to 50 ohm ones?
Not typically, but if you wanted a lower loss cable, you could use RG11 which can connect to the Connect 4G directly since it has F-Connectors instead of the N-Connectors on 50 ohm cabling. That way you're able to use the same antennas that came with the kit and you will only need new cabling to get a better boost since there will be less loss associated with the coax.
Will the signal from my phone be boosted to the cell tower? I can receive a usable signal but the person I'm talking to can't hear me.
Yes, the booster should be able to increase connectivity to the cellular tower as well as back to the tower. It' is going to depend on your outside signal as well and how strong that is since that is going to depend on how well the booster does inside your home. You may have to be closer to the inside antenna as well to get the results that you want depending on that outside signal as well.
Is the power supply 220 volts compatible with this?
This booster is not 220V compatible as it does not have the 3 prongs. However, it can be in a standard 110V.
Is there a way to connect the We Boost directly to a cell phone service provider's router instead of using inside antenna?
It is not possible to create a reliable signal by directly connecting from the booster to the modem because the output power is too great for the model and will only shut it down. Since the booster can use all types of frequencies, the modem sees this as noise and will only make data speeds worse and could potentially damage the modem itself. We recommend only using inside antenna and placing it near the modem, that way the modem can receive the signal and allow it to be used.
Is inside antenna directional or omnidirectional? If directional, I have a 2 story house where most of the phone use is downstairs. Would it be best to mount the inside antenna on the ceiling in an upstairs closet to cover the downstairs?
Inside antenna is a directional antenna that can broadcast to a 2-3 room area depending on outside signal strength. Placing inside antenna on the 2nd floor wouldn't be the best idea since there's going to be material in between the two floors that is going to attenuate the signal (degrade the signal). Metal, wood, drywall, all of these materials bring down the signal completely (metal) or little (1/2 inch drywall). It is best to place the inside antenna where most likely the devices are used and the weakest area of the home.
Can I put antenna inside a building and grab a good signal and run several hundred feet of coaxial cable to another part of the same building to increase a signal in my office? I see the kit comes with two 30 feet cables - One goes to outside antenna and the other goes to inside flat panel antenna. what is the maximum cable length I can run and not lose signal strength?
We do not recommend putting hundreds of feet of coaxial cable on outside antenna. The Connect 4G should only have 100 feet of cabling or less, on exterior antenna. If you should need 50 or more feet, you may need to upgrade the cabling to RG-11 for best results.
I currently have a DB Pro with an amplifier for 3g. Do I have to buy new antennas or will my current antennas and amplifier work on a 4g weboost system? If so, do you have a price for just the booster? Is 4g signal outside of 115 enough?
If you were to convert to a Connect 4G, the antennas will likely work for your situation. Due to FCC regulation, however, all of our boosters do have to be sold as kits. Please reach out to us for further questions.
Hello, I live in a rural area and am surrounded by 50-60 feet trees. I have extremely limited service at my home inside & outside. If I travel about 1 mile down the road I have 4G LTE service. Would this help going through trees pointing to the tower?
The booster will work as long as there is adequate signal for the amplifier to use. The less signal there is outside, the less the coverage area will be on the inside. You may not get 4G service because it is not where the antenna is located. When we have an antenna pointed towards the tower there is better connectivity. However, trees may block that signal from coming into the booster in the best possible way. Sometimes raising external antenna higher on a pole can help bring in the signal a bit better.
I have a connect 4g-470103 hooked up currently. I would like to know if I could split signal and add another inside ant. in a different area of my building?
We don't recommend splitting to another building in most cases, due to splitter and line loss. Generally, we like to keep splitting to only the building the booster is installed in. You want to be sure that the outside signal is adequate to split.
We have our outside antenna on the roof line but was wondering if we should raise or extend it higher in order to get a better signal. If so, do you have mounts/brackets for that purpose?
We do not have extension pieces for antennas, but you can easily find them in a local hardware store. They are same as those used for TV antennas.
1800 sq. ft. house with a metal roof. The antenna is off the roof soffit outside of the inside antenna on an interior wall with about 3' horizontal and about a 5' vertical installation. Our reception is pretty good but often the caller cannot hear us.
We would like to work with you directly, so we can take readings with the unit to see what might be happening. Please reach out to us.
Can the booster be installed in the attic? Inside antenna will be installed inside the house (not attic).
We do not recommend installing the booster in the attic, due to inadequate air floor. Ideally, you would want to place the booster in a place which doesn't get above 150 degrees, or below freezing. The booster will get warm during use, and placing it in an attic may cause it to shut down, due to overheating.
I have a -105 to -110 db signal strength at apex of my house. Is this a strong enough signal to amplify? If so, what should I expect in side my house?
If this signal is on 3G, we do not recommend our products at this time. The typical cut off point for our boosters is a -105. However, if this signal is on 4G, we would like to work with you to see if we can make a recommendation. Please contact us or consider a stronger signal booster such as Connect 4g-x.
Any refurbished Connect 4G 470103 units available?
Yes, we sell refurbished kits. These kits will signify that on the serial number and will only have a one year warranty. Please search within our website search engine to find it.
Can we buy a longer cable?
Yes, you can buy longer cable, but you will want to be sure your starting signal will support the length. The longer cable you have, the more loss you can create. If you need more than 50 feet, we recommend upgrading to RG11 coaxial cable.
I work in an old concrete building. Recently, we remodelled my office and now I can't get any service. Can you make any suggestions?
We would like to work with you directly to help make the most accurate recommendation. Please reach out to us or consider purchasing signal booster based on interior coverage space you wish to have covered for good cellular reception.
I recently purchased the 4g connect for my home. Installed it and it worked great for about a day. Now it won't even power up. I have plugged it into a few different outlets and different power surge strips just to check, but still nothing. Any help with a fix?
We are sorry to see that you are experiencing trouble with your Connect 4G. Typically, the power cord will fail before the booster does. We recommend testing that cord with a voltmeter to see if a full 5V is going through the cord. Please reach out to us if that does not work to trouble shoot issue.
Where we live there's no 110 power. So we all use 12 volt power. Do you have the 12 volt power converter cable for this unit? Thank you.
We do have a cord that can be used on DC with this system - Part # 859110. Please call to place order for this part. The main reason we don't have DC cords listed for these boosters is to prevent the case of the booster being used while in motion (in a vehicle). For a recommendation and additional questions, please reach out to us.
Well, I'm not sure if I need a booster but what is the difference if I have bad signal of -100dbm to 120dbm? I would like too see if I will get any improvement on data speeds if a bought this booster?
The best way to tell how well our booster will work, is by taking readings on the 3G and 4G network outside the home. Once we know those numbers, we can help identify how well our booster should work for your situation and interior coverage space it will provide. In general, weaker the signal outside, the more powerful the booster you will need such as the Connect 4G-X which is more powerful than this Connect 4G kit.
I have a signal strength in db of anywhere from -101 to -103 showing outside my home. I was wondering if this booster would help me with this issue. I am an AT&T customer. If it doesn't help, how long can I return it and what cost will I incur? Thanks.
First, we would like to assess the signal and determine if the readings were on 3G or 4G signal. Knowing what network the readings were taken on can make a big difference. With very weak signals outside, we recommend our more powerful signal booster, the Connect 4G-X part # 471104. When you purchase through our website, we offer a 60 day money back guarantee.
I have property with a small cabin on one side and the main house on the other. We plan on putting a tower in between the 2 structures. Is it possible to have 2 indoor antennas connected? Which outdoor antenna comes with the 4 G and the 4 GX?
Thank you for reaching out to us. To better understand your situation, we recommend reaching out to us directly. Typically we recommend one system per area for best results, unless you have a strong starting signal. The outdoor antennas that come with the Connect 4G and Connect 4G-X are directional. Both have the same in specifications, but have different connectors to accommodate different cabling.
How do I find nearest cell phone tower?
Finding the tower can be tricky, as there aren't very accurate ways to find towers online. You can use a combination of test mode, and calling your carrier Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or whichever to see which direction a tower is. If you give them your address, they may be able to give the address of nearest tower located near you. For help, you can always reach out to us directly.
Greetings, I'm new to setting up a booster. We have people on a few different carriers, would we need more than 1 booster (1 for each carrier)? We have good signal outside on nearly every phone, but once you step inside the metal building, nothing at all.
Our boosters are carrier agnostic, so they are able to cover all cellular service carriers and networks, as long as there is enough starting signal. Most of the time, one external antenna will use all the carriers signals needed. The boost you will see inside, largely depends on the outside starting signal power outside your metal building.
Where is the best location to mount antenna? I have read a few places that you can mount it in an attic. Will it have the ability to go through walls, etc.?
We recommend installing exterior antenna on outside of the home, on the roof when at all possible. You can mount that external antenna in an attic, but often times there isn't enough signal to work with, or you may have trouble separating interior and exterior antennas far enough to prevent oscillation. You can also place your phone into test mode, in order to locate the best place for installing antenna.
Can additional coax cable be added between outside antenna going to the Connect 4G box or from the Connect 4G box to interior antenna? Will doing so affect the performance?
You can add coax cable to either side via connector. Any time you add coaxial cable, you do cause signal loss. However, there are ways to help alleviate the loss. We would like to work with you directly to ensure we recommend the best plan of action for your situation so you can reach out to us for help anytime.
What is the warranty? The Coax cable connector broke off on top of my 4 G signal booster kit's inside module.
We do offer a 2 year warranty on most of our products, and a 90 day warranty on accessories, generally. However, we are happy to help look into the situation to see how we can help. Please reach out to us.
How strong must the single be to make the booster work? I'm getting about -101 dBm and the booster isn't improving the single very much at all. I was hoping to boost the cell signal in our small office and the eqo isn't helping much.
Typically -105 is the cut off point for our systems. However with a -101 decibels, the booster will likely only cover a small inside coverage area. The weaker the starting signal, the smaller the inside coverage. The stronger the starting signal, the farther that signal will travel on the inside. We do also have outdoor antenna options available for the Eqo. We would like to work with you directly to see if there are any adjustments we can make to the Eqo, or if there is a more powerful booster that would best fit your needs. Please contact us.
What is the part number for power supply of this signal booster module?
The power supply part number for the Connect 4G (470103) is the 859948.
The 470103 packaging with the connect 3g, the indoor antenna, 30' cable and the outdoor antenna weights 0.455 lbs and the final dimensions are 6.5 x 4.375 x 1.375 inches? Need to confirm for international shipping quotation.
The dimensions for the 470103 kit are approximately 7.25 x 14.0 x 11.0 with an approximate max weight of 7.495. Note that we do not have international shipping options outside Canada through our website. Please feel free to reach us directly for additional questions.
Hi, I need to know the packaging measurements and weight of the 470103.
Approximate kit length is 7.25, width is 14", and height is 11 inches. The maximum weight would be 7.359 lbs. Please feel free to reach us for further questions.
Do you have a device that would work on the 50th floor of an office tower where you can't mount an external antenna? If so, how much area would it cover in an office environment?
We do have two options, which could be used in the setting you are speaking of in a skyscraper. The Eqo and Home 4G booster are solutions that allow the external or receiving antenna to be inside the building. These two are smaller solutions, able to cover up to 1-2 rooms but depends on outside/starting signal strength. The rest of our larger coverage solutions would require more antenna separation, and would benefit best from an exterior antenna.
I live in an area that is surrounded by hill and trees way above the top of the house. I'm trying to install an alarm system and they need no less than 2 1/2 bars for it to work. We're only getting 2 bars. Will a booster get the signal up enough to work?
Typically if you can make and keep calls near an external antenna, we can help boost the signal. Bars can be hard to gauge, but we would need to know how many bars are outside in order to assess whether our system would be compatible with what you need. To better assess your situation, we recommend reaching out to us directly.
Is the only difference between 470103 and 471104 the 2500 SF and cable length difference? I have a 2.5 story with approx. 1300sf, 1500sf, and 300sf from the ground up. Would the 470103 provide sufficient coverage?
The difference between the Connect 4G (470103) and the Connect 4G-X (471104) is the coverage area. The Connect 4G-X will use Wilson400, which is a better cable than the RG6 that comes with the Connect 4G. The Connect 4G-X is a higher gains booster as well. Depending on your signal outside, your home will determine which booster would be most beneficial for you. You can reach out to us to find out how to place your phone into a field test mode to read the signal outside in a numerical reading instead of the bars on the phone. Or you can read this article: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/how-to-measure-signal-strength-in-decibels-on-your-cell-phone
Will this booster improve single in wooded area in North Central, PA?
Yes, our signal boosters will help, as long as you have a little bit of signal in area you place your external antenna. We can help you diagnose and see if there is usable signal in the area. You can reach out to us or check to make sure reception is better than -105 dB. Closer the number to zero, the better the signal. For example, -100dB is better, -110dB is worse. Here're instructions to check signal power in decibels: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/how-to-measure-signal-strength-in-decibels-on-your-cell-phone
We have the Wilson DT which worked for 2 years. Then AT&T updated their cell towers and now it is not working on the data improvement. I was wondering if the connect 4g is better then the 4g home and if it will even fix our new problem?
The Connect 4G, being a stronger booster, could help provide coverage where the DT may not have been able to. However, we strongly encourage you reach out to us directly, so we can obtain signal strength readings outside, so we can assess the signal coming from the tower more accurately. These readings can often help identify if the change in booster will help solve the problem. If signal is extremely weak outside, we ideally recommend the most powerful solution with is Connect 4G-X (471104).
I am looking at the model 470103. We live in the mountains and ATT service is poor. It is spotty inside our house. I can mount the booster in the attic but do I have to put the outside antenna on the roof or can I mount it on a rafter in the attic?
We do not recommend putting the booster in an attic area. The environment for the booster will need to be in a temperature controlled area. You can place the exterior antenna in the attic, but the main concern we have is inadequate signal, or lack of separation between the internal and external antenna. When the antenna is placed outside, the roof can help act as a shield to separate antennas more effectively, and the outside signal is better than trying to utilize signal through a roof.
We live in the woods with a metal roof on our home. We were told pine trees wreak havoc with signal. With both factors (trees and roof) - Any suggestions for a stronger signal?
When we make a recommendation we like to know a couple of things. The first is your signal readings outside. We need to know if our products will be able to function in the area. We do need some signal in order to boost and broadcast through your home. Next would be the size of your home. Once we know both of these we can help you with a proper recommendation. When signal is there outside but very weak (-95 to -105), we recommend the Connect 4G-X 471104 for larger inside coverage area. If signal is medium (-85 to -95), we recommend this one (Connect 4G 470103) for not as big of a coverage within. The coverage area needed inside also needs to be factored in so feel free to contact us for assistance.
Will this help cell phone signals in metal building?
I installed my unit in a metal building for this very reason. Outside, signal was OK. When I went on the roof to install the antenna, the signal was very good. This unit took that good signal and now allows me the same signal (or close to it) inside of the metal building. I literally could not get a signal inside. Note that we weren't that remote and had good signal strength outside. Also, the exterior antenna was mounted over 20 feet high without trees to block the signal.
Does the Connect 4G model 470103 work in Mexico with Telcel carrier?
Yes, the Connect 4G will function on the Mexico TelCel frequencies. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to us.
In my office I am registering -126dBm, outside of the office I register -101 Will this product improve my cell phone reception inside the office area?
A -101 to -126 is a very weak signal. You may be reading 4G/LTE readings. These will generally show a worse signal than what is there. We can help you take some more readings and help you with a recommendation for your application. If you can find a location for your exterior antenna that is -105 or better, then we would recommend our most powerful amplifier, the Connect 4G-X 471104.
Does this device require FCC registration?
No, it is already FCC certified. You will, however, need to register the booster with your cellular provider. There is no need to register the product with the FCC.
Can the Connect4 be placed in the basement or garage with the indoor antenna on the first floor? Does it need to be maintained at a certain temp.?
The Connect 4G can be placed in a basement or a garage area. You will want to install the booster in an area that does not get below freezing and above 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
Outside antenna is mounted on pole about 10 ft up and about 30 ft from inside one. Lights are green but signal is one to two bars. Walk away from inside antenna and we have no bars. What will improve my signal?
Unfortunately we are unable to help every situation, but we would be happy to assess yours to see if there is anything we can do to optimize. Cellular boosters work like a megaphone � the stronger or louder the starting signal, the farther that signal is broadcasted, or heard. If you whisper into a megaphone, you will hear the whisper a little further than before. But if you yell into a megaphone, you will hear your voice a LOT further away. Similarly, a weak signal outside, boosted through a cellular booster, can cover a small inside area (where otherwise you would have little signal). Likewise, if your outside signal is stronger, you will get a much bigger coverage area. Please contact us directly.
Are polar plots for the antennas available, so I can align the antennas to maximize isolation?
We do have plots available, and would be happy to give those to you as well as answer any additional questions you may have. Please contact us.
Will the 470103 handle 700MHz Band 12 LTE? Manual doesn't mention Band 12, says minimum frequency is 704MHz not 698. I specifically need Band 12 (A block) - it is a new LTE band that T-Mobile uses. I am in rural area - higher LTE freqs. don't reach me.
The Connect 4G does not cover band 12, but the Connect 4G-X (471104) does.
Ext. antenna is mounted on my window on the inside and the blk. tower antenna is about 4 ft away. Box with lights is about 1 ft. from the black tower antenna. Top 2 lights are blinking green 3rd one is solid red and 4th light is blinking green. It isn't helping?
The red lights indicate oscillation or feedback between the two antennas. You will need a bit more separation between your external antenna (antenna in the window) and the black tower antenna. Here is a good article explaining oscillation or feedback and some steps you can take to alleviate the symptoms: https://www.signalbooster.com/pages/how-much-separation-is-required-between-inside-outside-antennas
The webpage mentions a window entry cable but the installation instructions don't mention it. How does it work?
The unit will come with several lengths of cable. The window entry cable acts as a flat extension cable to run through a window. The cable has two F-female ends and your standard cabling that comes with the unit will have F-male connections.
What about a building in which people are using different companies?
Our booster are not carrier specific. They will work in a building with multiple carriers including Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint, and ATT Wireless.
Exterior antenna is mounted above the roof and indoor antenna is two floors away. Three of the four lights are blinking red - only the second from the top is green. Is separation the problem? I have checked all connections.
The red lights indicate that your internal antenna and external antenna are communicating with each other. You may need a little bit more separation. If the lights are blinking you still may be getting the coverage you need.
Will this work for LTE signal boost? A few reviews out there suggest that only the 4g is boosted.
Yes, this cellular booster will cover LTE. You will need a usable LTE signal outside near your external antenna in order for it to boost the signal.
Will this one work for LTE+ (Carrier aggregation)?
Yes, the Connect 4G (470103) will be able to cover the LTE+ frequencies or 1700/2100.
How long is the cable for the Connect 4G Kit?
The Connect 4G contains two lengths of cable in the kit, two 30 ft lengths of RG6.
Can I mount outside antenna on the same mast as my satellite TV dish and internet antenna or will these cause interference? I currently can make cell calls from the roof or on my outside deck but once inside, the cell phone signal is gone.
Most of the time Satellite TV and internet should not interfere with our antennas, because they are not reading cellular frequencies. However, we recommend trying to keep at least 2-4 feet of separation between them just to be sure. This way there is no interference in signal, and that way none of the other antennas are obstructing. You are welcome to reach out to us directly so that we can go over your specific application to ensure the installation is done optimally.
In specifications of the Home 4G and the Connect 4G, in the respective installation guides show the gain figures and maximum power figures are identical for both units. I'm guessing one of the specification charts is incorrect. Can you email me specs?
Since we are held to regulations and are required to have each board certified by the FCC, these two boosters use the same board. However, these specifications do not reflect the differences in gain, or power. We are looking to update the specification pages on these booster to reflect those differences in gain between the two.
I am mounting my external antenna on an old existing, unused TV antenna pole. The post is 50 ft tall. Can I use additional coaxial cable outside? If yes, what kind of coax cable and what is the maximum length of cable I can use?
You can use additional cable, but most of the time if we have to use lengths of 50 feet or longer with the Connect 4G, we recommend upgrading to an RG-11 style cable to help keep loss down. The kit comes with RG-6. We like to keep lengths under 100 feet, but we want to know what signal is like outside before we recommend longer lengths. The FCC has regulations on cable lengths and styles we can use, but we try to keep the lengths as short as they will allow. The shortest lengths are what are provided in the kit.
Does the Connect 4G amplify Sprint 4G LTE? Product information indicates it does, but a response to a customer review stated it does not.
Currently, we are unable to help cover Sprints 4G/LTE network as they are using frequencies outside of the traditional cellular frequency range. We are able to help with their 3G and voice coverage at this time.
How to install? I lost installation instructions.
Please click on "Data Sheet / User Guide" tab above and choose "User Guide" link to view installing instructions.
What is the return policy? I would like to attempt to use the product, however I am not sure how well it will work.
When purchased through our website, we offer a 60 day money back guarantee. We always recommend reaching out to us directly first, to ensure our boosters will work for your situation before a purchase is made. It is important that there be some signal outside your place for the signal booster to amplify. Otherwise, it will not work.
I bought the Connect 4G SKU# 470103 from the 3g store. The signal is fantastic! I am getting 4G with 4 and 5 bars regularly. I am now going to install your device permanently. The problem is the cables are really short. It is 27 ft. Is this right?
We are happy to see that the signal has improved with your application. The lengths of cable that come with the Connect 4G are both 30 feet lengths of RG-6. If you need to extend the length of your cable, we recommend reaching out to us so we can help determine if you might need to upgrade cable to preserve the boosted signal. RG-11 cables offer lower signal loss so those are recommended when using longer cables.
Do I need a landline for telephone to make this work? I am using HughesNet Gen5 for internet and telephone.
You would need a landline or cell phone which works off cellular towers for this booster to work. We would not be able to help boost a Hughes Net Generation 5 network, as this runs through satellite services. Our products boost signal to cell phones and devices such as mobile network connected tablet computers, Mi-Fi or mobile hotspots, etc. that work on the networks of mobile providers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless.
My iPhone 6 just upgraded its iOS to V9 (iOS9) and now the field test function does not give the -DB numbers as it did in older version iOS8. I wanted to check my weBoost setup since I have finished my install. Any suggestions?
Here are the updated test mode steps, for the new iOS update: 1. Dial *3001#12345#* 2. Press CALL 3. Hold the power button for about 5-7 seconds until you see the "slide to power off" screen. 4. Do NOT power off the phone. 5. Hold the home button (round button at the bottom) for about 5-7 seconds. 6. It will return you to the home screen and the negative decibel reading will be at the top of your screen. If you don't want the negative number there permanently, you can dial the sequence again and just hit "back to phone" and it will return to the dots/bars again. For testing the system, we recommend taking a reading at the external antenna, and then touching the indoor antenna.
I wonder if this sig. amp. works with Mexican cell carriers like Telcel?
We are able to cover 3G frequencies for Telcel, and most Mexican cell carriers.
A question/answer section on your site states that you do not boost Sprint LTE yet your info says it does on the first page - explain. We are looking at internet service: Verizon Mifi vs. Sprint using your 4g booster.
We apologize for the discrepancy. We are not able to cover Sprints 4G/LTE or Spark network at this time. Sprint has been approved to use frequencies outside of the traditional cellular range, making it untouchable for our boosters. We are approved to help with their 3G, and voice services.
With Connect 4G Kit, what else is needed for two indoor antennas?
To split to two internal antennas, you would need: 1x 950602 (2-foot jumper), 1x 859957 (2-way splitter), 1x 311155 (Additional indoor antenna) + additional cable length of your choice for extra interior antenna. We always recommend reaching out to us directly, before any splitting occurs. There are situations where outside signal will not support indoor splitting, and will cause too much signal loss. Please ensure signal is strong enough outside at exterior antenna spot (-90 or stronger) to support add'l interior antenna. Coverage area needed inside must also be factored in.
Is interior antenna omni-directional? How should it be placed? I get a strong 4 bar 4G signal on the roof and no 4G in the house. The outdoor antenna will be 10 feet vertically above the interior antenna and 25 feet horizontal - is that enough?
Typically our systems require 20 feet of vertical, 50 feet of horizontal, or a combination of the two in coverage. It all depends on outside signal, whether you might need more or less separation. The Connect 4G indoor panel antenna has a 70/60 degree Beamwidth horizontal plane, and a 50/45 beamwidth vertical plane. Therefore, we recommend selecting a location in the center of the area where you want cellular signals improved to mount the inside antenna.
Installed 470103 yesterday. Signal outside is -80db Verizon LTE 4G at pole. Inside I'm only getting -94 with Connect 4G standing next to indoor antenna. Is this normal amount of "boost"? All lights are green on booster.
Sometimes decibels when reading LTE can be a bit hard to gauge. Since it is a time based system, the decibels may not always indicate the boost occurring. We recommend disabling LTE, or using an app that reads 3G signals as well to help compare how the booster is performing. Typically, if voice signals are weak, we can assume 4G/LTE may also be the same. You may contact us so we can go over your set up in detail, and recommend the most accurate db reading method based on your phone and carrier.
Should antenna be mounted inside window or outside in winter weather?
The booster and indoor antenna are not weatherproof, and should only be inside. However, the Wide Band Directional Antenna is designed to go outside - It is weatherproof, but you will want to weatherproof your antenna/cable connection on the outdoor antenna. Here's an article with instructions to do this: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/weatherproofing-signal-booster-cable-connections-outdoors
My older Wilson unit had the outside antenna mounted in the attic. The roof is composition shingle roof. Will the new weBoost unit antenna work equally as well with the outside antenna mounted in the attic that is facing the nearest cell tower?
In 2014, the FCC passed a low decreasing power back to the tower to our boosters. There is a chance that you could have a booster that was created prior to this decrease. Many of our boosters could still work in the setup that you have, but it is optimal to get the external antenna outside. It needs to be clear of any obstruction in most cases, new or old booster. I would recommend reaching out to us so that we can take signal strength readings with you from the attic area, to help determine if the Connect 4G would be a good fit for your situation. Here are instructions: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/how-to-measure-signal-strength-in-decibels-on-your-cell-phone
The "bottom" light is red. What does this mean?
The red light indicates oscillation. This means that internal and external antenna are too close together. We recommend stretching the indoor and outdoor antenna apart as far as possible. Once you achieve adequate separation the lights should return green. You may need to power cycle the unit, unplugging it for 30 seconds and plugging back in to re-set the unit.
Why do you recommend to use just directional antennas with 4G product? Why not the omni-directional?
The omni- directional antenna is not recommended with this kit, simply because it is not adequate when covering the 4G frequencies. Most of the time we recommend the directional antenna when you know where the signal is coming from and it's usable and steady. The omni might be recommended in areas where the signal patterns are not as stable in one direction. We always recommend reaching out to us before a booster purchase, so we can help recommend the best booster for your situation.
On the product page of your website, you state the Connect 4G 470103 can boost inside signal up to 2300 sq. ft., but on Signal Amplifiers site, it says up to 5000 square feet. So which one is correct?
We estimate the booster to be a coverage of up to 2,300 square feet. That will be most accurate. There are times we have seen more, and times we have seen less. This coverage will depend on outside signal. We strongly recommend getting signal readings outside of the area you are looking to cover. These readings will help us identify which booster would be the best fit for your situation, and how well it will perform, given the starting signal.
Can I add additional coax cable (more than that came with the kit) to more conveniently place the booster inside the house?
You can add additional coax cabling to this kit. The coaxial cables that come with the Connect 4G is standard RG-6 cable, with F- Male connectors. However, if you have to use a length 50 feet or longer, we recommend upgrading to an RG-11 style cable to prevent too much loss (making sure to keep cable lengths as short as legally allowed by the FCC). The more cable we add, the more signal loss you will experience. You are welcome to contact us to see if the cable lengths you will need will cause too much signal loss.
Why does the booster get hot? Why do I have one light flashing red?
The booster will get warm as the booster works, and the connector sites will give off heat as well. The red light indicates oscillation. The flashing indicates that the band is working at a reduced gain, to accommodate. In order to fix the red lights, you will need more separation between indoor and outdoor antennae. Once you separate the antennas farther, make sure to power cycle the unit by unplugging the booster from power, waiting 30 seconds, and plugging the booster back in to power. Once you have achieved adequate separation, the lights will return to green.
I have the SKU 470103. It is mounted on gable end of house. You have to stay within 2 feet of the booster in order to get service. Do you have one that goes through out the house; What is the SKU number?
We do have a larger home booster, Connect 4G-X (471104) which can cover a larger indoor space. However, the amount of inside coverage will greatly depend on the outside starting signal. There are applications that may require a larger booster to help compensate for the weak outside signal. However, we recommend reaching out to us, so we can obtain signal strength readings from the outside antenna location, to determine if the large home system will be a good fit for your application.
I have a zBoost WiEx. Is this unit outdated? If I buy the Weboost 4g connect can I use my existing coax cables? I get a signal outside my house of 1 to 2 bars. The unit that I have now gives me between 3 and 4 bars. Will the Weboost amplifier perform better?
There are many different WiEx models of zBoost. Therefore, in order to know if your model is discontinued, we would need to know the model name, located on a sticker on the back of the booster. The FCC regulations came about in 2014, changing many of our boosters and kit combinations. In order to compare your booster to the Connect 4G properly, I would need to know which model you have. Due to the FCC regulation, they require that all boosters be sold and installed in kit form. It is best to change out any old cable, and replace with the new kit cable lengths. To go over which model you have to compare, we recommend reaching out to us.
Can it be used for multiple carriers at the same time?
The Connect 4G, and all of our boosters are able to work for multiple carriers simultaneously, as long as there is enough usable signal at exterior antenna site for each cell service carrier.
I live in the woods and I am surround by trees. I have internet service to the house with wifi, it works but it crashes at times. I am having problems with my cell phone dropped calls and people can't hear me. Can this booster help my cell phone and wifi?
Our systems do not help with broadband WiFi at all, but we should be able to help with the cellular service and mobile hot spots, tethering, etc. Please contact us to provide information about your outdoor signal strength (a reading in Decibels, if you can), and the size of your home.
Are there any 4G Booster kits that come with an omnidirectional outside antenna?
Omni antennas are not nearly as strong with the 4G frequencies as the directional antenna is. You can view the approved antenna/cable combination that are FCC certified with each booster in the installation guide.
I live 100 miles south of Fairbanks, Alaska. Currently, I have 3g with 2 to 3 bars which is not really strong enough for MiFi but works most of time. My phone works but could be better calls without breaks in voice, etc. Can you help out with a product in this situation?
We are always happy to help determine which of our systems are best for an individual situation. The key is to know all the information that we can. I highly recommend reading the article on How to choose the best cell signal booster here: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/how-do-cell-phone-signal-boosters-work-which-one-to-buy
My home is 2500 sq. ft., will this cover my entire house?
The Connect 4G is expected to cover up to approximately 2,300 square feet. However, the inside coverage area largely depends on how weak or strong the signal is outside. If you live in very weak signal areas we will often recommend going up to the Connect 4G-X to optimize inside coverage. We recommend reaching out to us, so we can walk through signal strength readings outside the home. We can get these readings through most cell phones. Through these readings, we are able to also tell how many square feet on average, you can expect to see out of each unit.
I have Appalachian wireless service. Outside house, I have service. When I go in the house, no signal. Will this purchase help to boost reception?
Our systems are designed to boost existing signal, and transmit it within a certain area in the home. You have to have signal outside for the system to amplify, as it is not able to create signal. The coverage area that you will see with signal will greatly depend on the outside starting signal. If your signal outside is strong, you will have a larger coverage area. If your signal outside is weak, you might have a smaller coverage area. I recommend getting the signal reading from outside of the home, and touching base with us to understand what a system can provide for your individual scenario.
I have a 4 foot, 10 element Yagi-Uda antenna and a length of RG8 coax cable left over from an analog cellular phone that we used with great success before analog cellular was disabled here in Canada. Would these be compatible with the amplifier?
FCC regulations require that all boosters be sold and installed as a kit. You're able to purchase different outdoor antenna styles, but they have to be one of the approved antennas. The Connect 4G is also a 75 ohm system, and the typical Yagi that you are referring to, is usually 50 ohm. However, without knowing more about the Yagi, there is no way to tell you if it would function, just that it might not be legal.
Using Wilson Model 273201 800-1900KHz successfully with Straight Talk cell service on LG Smartphone. Does WeBoost have anything better at the present time?
The model numbers are the same across many different boosters. The Connect 4G is comparable to our DB Pro 4G model - 460103. Many of our new weboost models are comparable to the Wilson models, and only present cosmetic differences. In order to know if your booster compares with our weboost products, we would need the Serial Number, which would also provide the individual model number of the booster.
Does the 470103 have the same increase in signal strength as the 460103, all things being equal? A reviewer on Amazon said he had replaced his 460103 with a 470103 and it didn't boost as well.
The model 470103, and 460103 are the same unit internally. The differences are cosmetic, and the 460103 has gain dials. The weboost model contains automatic gain, allowing the booster to give max gain when optimal installation has been achieved.
I live in a small town with horrible cell phone service. Our house is 1500 sq. ft. what do you recommend for a booster and antenna. Would a directional antenna work better?
For a home in the 1,500 square foot range, we typically recommend the Connect 4G. However, due to the outside signal being so weak, we recommend the Connect 4G-X. Getting numeric readings of outside signal strength in decibels will tell us which booster would be a good fit for your situation, as well as what kind of inside coverage area we can expect to see with that starting signal. In most cases, the directional antenna is recommended. We are more than happy to go over the numeric readings with you, as most phones have this capability.
Will I need an lighting surge protector for this unit?
For the Connect 4G, we recommend using a 75 Ohm lightning surge protector. You will install the lightning surge protector close to the signal booster, attaching the cable from outside antenna to the surge protector. Grounding requirements do generally vary from state to state, so we recommend contacting your county electrician for more detailed grounding instructions and requirements.
Why is there one red light showing on my booster?
The red light on the booster indicates that there is cellular signal oscillation. In order to fix this light issue, we recommend getting more separation between indoor and outdoor antenna. Once adequate separation is achieved, the lights should return to green. You may need to power cycle the unit (allowing the unit to be powered down for 30 seconds), to ensure the separation has fixed the light issue.
Is there a difference between this weBoost Connect 470103 and the Wilson DT 4G 460101?
Yes, there is a difference. The Connect 4G (470103) is like the older Wilson DB Pro 4G (460103). This system is more than twice the power of the DT 4G (460101) or the Home 4G (470101).
I need to use 2 directional ants, ATT and VZ. I found on Wilson's site a "dual band combiner / duplexer". Can I use 2 directional ants with this combiner and 1 Connect 4g?
You can use two directional antennas with the Connect 4G, but you will want to use a splitter in reverse (2 in 1 out). The combiner is for different frequency antennas (combining the signal from an 800 MHz antenna with the signal from a 1900 MHz antenna). You will need the "75 Ohm Wideband Splitter", and make sure the outdoor antennas are at least 3 feet apart while not being pointed at each other.
Can you mount the antenna in attic and still get good reception?
The obstacles you will face are getting the separation that you need between your indoor and outdoor antenna, and making sure that the outdoor antenna is getting enough signal to provide you with a boost. The separation between the indoor antenna and outdoor antenna will vary, depending on incoming signal, material of your home, direction each antenna is pointed in, and more. The general rule is that you want 35� feet as a crow flies between the two antennas. You will always want to do a soft installation, not running any cables permanently, until you know for sure the system is working well and the setup is adequate. Typically you have a much stronger signal outside of the home than inside, even if you are just behind a window. Many windows are energy efficient or at least double pane, which will degrade your signal strength that is getting to the antenna. You want to use your phone in test mode to make sure that there is enough signal at any location that you decide on for the antenna because signal amplifier can't create signal, it can only boost what it is fed from outside antenna.
I'm looking for a booster for the basement I work in. Without connecting directly to my work server, my only option would be to put an antennae outside and run it into my office about 20 feet into the backside of the building. Would this be a good solution?
The Connect 4G is designed to have an antenna mounted outside of the building, typically on the roof, and have a cable that runs into the building to the booster. The booster needs power, and there is another cable from it to the indoor antenna. This is designed to wirelessly transmit the boosted signal to your cellular device. The coverage area that it is able to provide will depend on how strong the starting signal is at the outdoor antenna location. Typically, with good signal outside, you will see 1500 sq. ft. to 3000 square feet of coverage from this Connect 4G 470103 signal booster.
How far is the minimum antennas distance supposed to be for this weboost booster kit?
The Connect 4G, on average, requires 20 feet of vertical, 50 feet of horizontal, or a combination of the two in separation between internal and external antenna. This distance can largely depend on outside signal. The unit may require more or less separation, but this is a good guideline to follow.
I currently have the Connect 3G with Omni Antenna (311201-0620) working perfectly. Is the Connect 4G compatible with the Omni Antenna?
The omni antenna can be used with the Connect 4G, however, it is not recommended since it won't help as much with the 4G signals. We recommend staying with the directional outdoor antenna with the Connect 4G kit.
I have a weak Telus cellphone signal on the water in British Columbia, Canada (near Lund). Will this work up there?
Our boosters are designed to boost voice, text, 3G data for all major US and Canadian carriers. Our 4G boosters will cover the same frequencies and the 700/1700/2100 frequencies as well.
I have 3 green lights and 1 orange. What should I do to correct this?
Solid orange indicates that the booster has shut off on the associated frequencies due to close proximity of a cell tower. Move the Outside Antenna away from the strongest cellular signal in small increments until the light turns green or green/orange blinking. If the light remains orange, or if the green/orange blinking light indicating reduced gain is not providing enough coverage area, contact us.
Will this work with Rogers LTE service in Canada?
The Connect 4G boosts signal for all U.S. & Canadian cell carriers including Rogers Wireless. It is also FCC and Industry Canada certified.
My phone has good signal, however, it picks up Appalachian wireless and I have Verizon Wireless and it prevents me from calling out on that frequency. In one spot I am able to connect, though. Will this help me out any for this problem?
There is a chance by using a directional style antenna booster kit, you could help strengthen the Verizon signal in the home, causing the phone to grab the stronger signal. However, we do not guarantee this is how the booster will operate. We also recommend talking with your carrier to see if there are settings on your phone to which you can change to stop the roaming from happening on the other wireless carrier.
Do trees affect the signal. Do not have lead shot at tower without going thru some tree coverage. Have 2 bar signal on phone outside, and only 1 in house.
The trees can have a great impact on signal. You may notice as the leaves come in, signal will get worse, and as the leaves fall - signal will return. It is best to have line of site, and no obstructions if possible to ensure optimal coverage. We recommend talking with our technical support team on how to get readings outside of the home in decibels, using test mode on your phone. These readings will help us determine if our boosters are a good fit for your situation. When your phone is in test mode, -50 is a perfect signal, while weaker than -105 is unusable for the booster to amplify.
Can a login or password be installed on this unit so unwanted people cannot access it?
Our devices do not have a login or password feature. However, when the booster is installed in a home or vehicle, it is unusual to see the signal travel past the walls. It would be unlikely for anyone to benefit from the boost much father past the exterior walls of your home. The home acts as a cage to keep and hold boosted signal inside.
Verizon contends that my area is 4G at 49879 but my phone indicates 3G. Does this system (470103) work for both 3G and 4G?
Yes, the Connect 4G will work with both 3G and 4G. It will not be able to turn 3G into 4G, as they are on completely different frequencies. I recommend using test mode on your phone to determine how much signal you have outside of the home. If you don't know how to do that, please read this article: https://www.signalbooster.com/blogs/news/how-to-measure-signal-strength-in-decibels-on-your-cell-phone
What is the square footage this one covers? 2000 sq. ft.? Asking, since the former model said up to 5000 sq. ft.
The coverage that any unit is able to provide will vary greatly, depending on what the signal strength is at the outdoor antenna location. Typically, with good signal outside, and a 1000 to 3000 square foot home/building, we recommend this unit. However, if your signal isn't quite strong, you might need a more powerful system. You may want to look at the Connect 4G-X (471104). This is a kit that contains everything needed for your installation - outside antenna, booster, inside antenna, and coax cabling. However, we always recommend the 75 Ohm Lightning Surge Protector and a 2 ft. RG6 jumper cable cable with F-Male connectors.
I live between to hills in Maryland. The signal I get has to bounce between them. Will this help me to pull in a stronger signal?
Our boosters are going to take the signal that you have at your location, boost it, and re-transmit the boosted signal. You have to have a signal for us to be able to boost it. If you are not able to make and receive calls outside of your home, at the proposed antenna location, we highly recommend you contact us. Keep in mind, the weaker your starting signal, the less coverage each booster is capable of giving you. For example, you might have to go with a stronger system to get the same results of a person with a good outdoor signal and brick home.
My old Wilson booster died and I need to replace my booster without replacing installation antenna. Can you buy the booster alone without having to buy the whole kit?
The FCC created new regulations that became affective in May of 2014. Those stated that all boosters must be sold in an approved kit. If you have had your booster fewer than two years it is still under warranty. Tech Support is happy to help you with the warranty process.
I live in the country where I get 1 to 2 bars only. I live in a double trailer home. I'm trying to get a signal booster for Sprint 4G LTE. Need one that would cover 1 to 2 rooms.
Our systems are not designed to boost the Sprint LTE network. However they can still provide a little help in certain situations. If there is no signal (such as in a basement) then you could see marked improvement in voice calls for talking. But if there is some signal then the booster will not improve data rates and may even degrade them. We're in the process of doing further testing on all products, and updating all of our public information.
I'm in Dallas, Texas. Can I put the booster in my attic? It can hit 100 degrees in outside temp. I have tech radiant barrier shield in my attic. Also I'm thinking of putting inside antenna in attic. It is a 3600 sq. ft. house. What you think?
Boosters need air circulation, and they need to be kept between 32� and 150� Fahrenheit. If your attic does not get outside of those temperatures, there are air vents in the attic, and you have power in your attic then you can put the booster in there. Due to the unpredictability of weather, we recommend keeping the booster in the home if at all possible.
I'm looking into using this at my ranch house in a valley where there is signal up on the ridges. How much cable can be run from the booster to the antenna? I'm asking to look into the possibility of installing the antenna on an abandoned telephone pole.
The amount of cable that comes in the kit is 30 feet from outdoor antenna to booster, and 30 feet from the booster to the indoor antenna. If you need to extend that, you might need to go with an upgraded cable type (RG11). The maximum cable length that you can run will ultimately be determined by your starting signal strength. Basically, what is the signal strength at the top of the pole you are looking to use? We recommend using your phone in field test mode to determine what the starting signal is. If you don't know how to do this, or you want to know how much cable or what kind of cable to use with a given signal, contact us.
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