Why is this being done? Because cellular systems are protected assets of the Operators that own them. Many boosters in the market cause problems for those networks (which means all of us using the networks too). New FCC/Operator approved boosters are better and don’t cause problems, and Cel-Fi is the only booster in a special class of boosters that allows 100 dB of signal gain (30 dB or 1000x the gain of all other boosters).
Articles in this section
- 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?