Cel-Fi automatically selects clear, unused channels from the UNII bands (5.15-5.35 GHz, 5.47-5.725 GHz and 5725-5825 GHz) for communication between the Network (Window) Unit and the Coverage Unit. While in some cases these are the same frequencies as Wi-Fi, the Cel-Fi system uses a proprietary protocol for communication and is designed to work in harmony with existing wireless devices such as Wi-Fi routers, cordless telephones or baby monitors.
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- Will Cel-Fi work with my carrier?
- Can Cel-Fi boost the signal of multiple cellular networks at once?
- Why do I have to register my Cel-Fi?
- How do I Register my Cel-Fi System?
- What frequencies link the Network (Window) Unit and Coverage Unit?
- What technologies does Cel-Fi support?
- Once installed, will the Cel-Fi require maintenance, or adjustments if changes occur to the native cellular network?
- How far apart can the Network (Window) Unit and the Coverage Unit be placed?
- I’ve installed Cel-Fi but I do not see more bars on my phone.
- Does Cel-Fi require an Internet connection or GPS signal?