This cradle style cellular signal booster is specially designed to be used in vehicles, using technology that eliminates the need for antennas and cables outside of the vehicle.
It can boost the signal to a single device.
The FusionTrek take SureCall’s cellular signal boosting technology and redesign it into a plug-and-play solution that fits in the rear-window of any car, truck, or SUV.
Boosting the cell signal for all North American carriers, the FusionTrek includes a cradle that incorporates a magnetic vent clip mount to couple a phone with the booster's built-in antenna. This configuration delivers an enhanced signal directly into the cell phone or mobile device for maximum signal boosting.
- Model: Fusion Trek
- Gain: 23dB
- Max Uplink Power: 1 Watt EIRP
- Impedence: 50 Ohm
- # of Devices Boosted Simultaneously: One
- Uplink Frequency Range 698–716 / 776–787 / 824–849 /(MHz): 1850–1915 / 1710–1755 (G Block Included)
- Downlink Frequency Range 728–746 / 746–757 / 869–894 /(MHz): 1930–1995 / 2110–2155 (G Block Included)
- LTE Bands Supported: 12 (17), 13, 5, 4, 2, 25
- Exterior Antenna: None - antenna hangs in a window
- Internal Antenna: No
- Wire Lengths: 15ft
- Range of Interior Coverage: Cradle Only
- In Motion Usage: Yes
- Power Source: 8-15V DC
- Power Consumption: <12w
- Connectors: SMA Female
- Booster Dimensions: 7.5" x 3.5" x 1.6"
- Warranty: 3 Year
- List Price: $199.99
News, Videos & Status
SureCall sent us an evaluation unit, however we have not been able to dedicate the resources to do an in-depth field test and review considering the limited audience for this style of booster among our reader base
Here is our quick unboxing and first impressions:
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- Industry Analysis: New Cellular Boosters Launched In 2019 Posted on: December 17, 2019
- New Cellular Boosters from SureCall: Fusion2Go 3.0 & FusionTrek Posted on: March 26, 2018
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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).
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