Posted by Admin on Jun 08, 2015
If you love to travel, the RV is the king of it: all the convenience of a mobile home with freedom to travel anywhere, every day. While power and water facilities in RVs these days are as much as at home, phone service can still be not quite perfect.
Although there is no 100% guaranteed way to ensure that you get coverage everywhere, but a cell phone signal booster is the best technology for that purpose. It can provide coverage while moving or parked up for the night.
The challenge lies in the potential of being in “fringe coverage” areas as well as the metal that encases most R.V. living areas. Signal boosters for RV's are designed to combat both.
This is normally done with an outside antenna, a frequency amplifier for the signal, and an inside antenna with cable which ties the three components together. Typically, the outside antenna is attached to the back ladder, then cabled inside to the amplifier and inside antenna, allowing for a flawless signal that also works in reverse.
There are two kits that you should consider when thinking of a cell phone signal booster for your RV.
weBoost RV Signal Booster Kit
With 2G, 3G and 4G LTE, the weBoost Drive 4G-X can handle major carriers across North America, transmitting a powerful signal into your RV. It has the strongest amplifier for amplifiers permitted by the FFC, allowing for vast coverage areas - no matter whether you’re in the middle of the back of beyond!
weBoost Cradle Booster
The weBoost Drive 4G-S cradle boosts 2G, 3G and 4G LTE signals but only to one individual device at a time. Furthermore, the device must sit in a cradle, meaning that Bluetooth or speakerphone is required for voice calls. This is ideal if you don’t have a lot of people who wish to use the cell service at the same time!