SolidRF has a basic 5-band booster that it sells in various vehicle and home antenna kit combinations that doesn't seem to have an official model name.
These boosters are also sold under a variety of marketing brand names, including:
- And SolidRF
Any boosters that have these brand names and where the booster unit looks like the one on the right in either a black or silver case, is this booster model.
There are so many combinations of antennas and kit offerings available, and these change frequently, so this entry will focus on the core features.
- Model: Varies
- Gain: 45-50dBm
- Max Uplink Power: 26dBm
- Impedance: 50ohm
- # of Devices Boosted Simultaneously: Multiple
- LTE Bands Supported: 2/4/5/12/13/25
- Exterior Antenna: Varies by Kit
- Internal Antenna: Varies by Kit
- Range of Interior Coverage: Not specified
- In Motion Usage: Yes
- Power: 12V DC
- Connecters: Not specified
- Booster Dimensions: 7.16" x 6.1" x 1"
- Warranty: 1Year
- List Price: $199.99 - $499.99
News, Videos & Status
We do not have any plans to test this booster.
- weBoost Introduces Destination RV Cellular Booster Kit For Stationary RVers Posted on: March 31, 2021
- Product Release: weBoost Drive Reach RV & OTR Kits Finally Are Here! Posted on: November 11, 2020
- 5G Industry Update: Verizon's 5G Laptop, AT&T Unleashes DSS, T-Mobile Serves Cake, And More! Posted on: June 29, 2020
- Industry Analysis: New Cellular Boosters Launched In 2019 Posted on: December 17, 2019
- weBoost Rebrands Drive 4G-X Cellular Booster to Drive X - and Lowers the Price Posted on: November 12, 2019
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Boosters are NOT the right choice for all applications.
They make the most sense for devices without antenna ports (like smartphones and tablets), or when in weak signal areas. However, for devices with antenna ports in mild to moderate signal areas - a direct-connected antenna can outperform a booster. And boosters can actually DECREASE data speeds in some conditions - never assume you need a booster on all the time - always test at each location!
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Cellular boosters can be quite useful for boosting the signal to a smartphone to get a more solid phone call. But when it comes to enhancing cellular data performance, things get more complicated.
Because of a technology called MIMO (multiple in multiple out) that is essential to LTE and 5G data, often times the internal antennas on a smartphone or hotspot don't benefit from an amplified signal. Boosters also only cover a handful of the frequency bands the carries use for data.
But a booster can play a role in a mobile internet arsenal - as they excel during times when you are really far from a tower, or where upload speeds are important (such as video broadcasting).
For more on understanding boosters vs. MIMO - check out video:
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