- Model: UM50
- Gain: 50dB
- Max Uplink Power: 23-25dBm
- Impedence: 50 Ohm
- # of Devices Boosted Simultaneously: Multiple
- Carriers Supported: All except Mike/Nextel
- LTE Bands Supported: 12 (17), 13, 5, 4, 2
- Uplink Frequency Range: 704 ~ 716, 776 ~ 787, 824 ~ 849, 1850 ~ 1910, 1710 ~ 1755 Mhz
- Downlink Frequency Range: 734 ~ 746, 746 ~ 757, 869 ~ 894, 1930 ~ 1990, 2110 ~ 2155 Mhz
- Exterior Antenna: Magnetic Mount with 10' of cable, SMA end.
- Internal Antenna: Patch - 'Sticker' mount antenna with 10' of cable, SMA end.
- Range of interior Coverage: "* Coverage varies on input signal" self reported
- In Motion Usage: Yes
- Booster Dimensions: 4.7" x 9.4" x 1.7"
- Power: 12v
- Warranty: 2 Year
- List Price: $397
News, Videos & Status
We do not have this booster in our testing line up, and Uniden has ignored our requests for a review unit.
But - we have been able to confirm that Uniden UM50 is actually a rebranded but otherwise identical version of the HiBoost Travel 4G, which we have reviewed.
Our rating here is based on our analysis of the HiBoost.
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