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zBoost ZB575-V TRIO SOHO Tri Band Verizon 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster, up to 2,500 sq. ft.
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- High Performance Tri-band Signal Booster-coverage Up To 2,500 Sq Ft (up To 70 Db System Gain)
- Ideal For Homes & Buildings That Have Reliable Outside Connection
- Reduces Dropped & Missed Calls & Provides Faster 4g Data Performance For Multiple Simultaneous Users
- Compatible With Mobile Phones & Devices Operating On Verizon 4g Lte, Cell (800 MHz) & Pcs (1900 MHz)
- Extends Phone Battery Life
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zBoost Trio SOHO Tri-band Verizon 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster
Say goodbye to dropped and missed calls in your home or office!
zBoost offers the zBoost TRIO SOHO as the solution to your missed and dropped calls and slow data inside your home or office space. The zBoost TRIO SOHO ZB575V boosts Verizon 4G LTE data as well as voice and text for all major carriers. The zBoost TRIO SOHO captures the reliable cellular signal you have outdoors and rebroadcasts it indoors, up to 2,500 square feet. Coverage will vary with outside signal strength, interior walls and distance from the Base Unit.
Enjoy clearer, faster and more reliable service without interruption
If you find that you must be near a window or outside to get adequate cell phone reception, then a zBoost cell phone booster is the solution. There are a number of reasons why you may be experiencing poor reception. The most common reasons are: [ 1 ] Distance from the cell phone tower [ 2 ] Obstructions caused by terrain, trees, buildings [ 3 ] Energy efficient windows and other construction materials
The zBoost TRIO SOHO ZB575V system includes everything you need
[ 1 ] Step-by-step instructions [ 2 ] External Antenna [ 3 ] 50 feet of coax cable (RG-6) [ 4 ] Base Unit: Amplifies the signal and provides oscillation protection for the carrier network [ 5 ] Indoor Antenna: connects to the Base Unit and repeats the signal to create an indoor cell zone.
Easy Setup in 4 easy steps!
[ 1 ] Mount the External Antenna where you have the strongest cell phone signal, typically on a roof or in an attic. [ 2 ] Connect the indoor antenna to the zBoost Base Unit and place where you need improved signal. There should be a minimum of 15 vertical feet of separation between the Base Unit and External Antenna. [ 3 ] Run the RG-6 coax cable (50 feet) between the Base Unit and External Antenna. [ 4 ] Connect the power supply to the zBoost Base Unit and plug into a power outlet and you are done!
- Extends cellular signal coverage for multiple users in homes or offices providing up to 2,500 square feet of coverage
- Tri-band booster increases Verizon 4G LTE data speeds as well as voice and data signals (800/1900 MHz) for all major U.S. and Canadian cellular carriers
- Extends battery life and talk time by using less power due to increased signal strength
- Omni-directional external signal antenna receives signals from multiple cell towers
- Antenna can be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic
- Intelligent LED indicator on the Base Unit helps confirm proper functioning
- Certified to 2014 FCC specifications for cellular signal boosters
- Frequency: 1850 to 1990 MHz | 824 to 894 MHz | 746 to 787 MHz
- Gain: 64 dB | 62 dB | 61 dB
- Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G, LTE
- Power consumption: 3W standby; 7W Max signal; 2.5A Max
- System Certifications: FCC Parts 15 & 20; Industry Canada
- Wall Supply Input; Voltage: 100 – 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 5.0VDC
- One-year manufacturer warranty
Legal Disclaimer: This is a consumer device. Before use, you must register this device with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and 90 additional carriers have already given consent for all consumers to use this device. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You must operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas must be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. Warning. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device.
zBoost SOHO: coverage up to 2,500 sq. ft.
zBoost SOHO Xtreme: coverage up to 5,500 sq. ft.
zBoost TRIO SOHO for AT&T 4G LTE: coverage up to 2,500 sq. ft.
zBoost TRIO SOHO for Verizon 4G LTE: coverage up to 2,500 sq. ft.
zBoost TRIO SOHO Xtreme for AT&T or Verizon 4G LTE: coverage up to 5,500 sq. ft.
ZB575X-A or ZB575X-V
Supports multiple users
Boosts voice and text signal for all cell phones on all major carrier networks
Boosts 4G LTE (carrier specific)
Outdoor signal: strong (2+ bars)
Outdoor signal: weak (1 bar)
Legal DisclaimerThis is a CONSUMER device. Before use, you must register this device with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and 90 additional carriers have already given consent for all consumers to use this device. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards.
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This booster isn't cheap, but so far, I'm very impressed. My installation was far from ideal. I live in a small apartment on the 2nd floor of a tall building. Installing it in a strong-signal location like the roof was not an option – the best I could do was to stick it outside directly above my kitchen window (I ended up using mounting tape to hold it to the side of the building, since drilling holes in the outside walls is not something we're allowed to do.) The signal from that location was not particularly strong to start with.
Other fun things about my setup:
- I had to buy a flat window cable and a second spool of coaxial to snake the cord through my kitchen window. More interconnections, more signal degradation.
- I ended up using exactly 65 feet of cable - the maximum allowable length for RG-6 according to the instructions.
- The instructions repeatedly insist that you need at least 15 feet of vertical distance between the base station and the outside antenna. I can’t have had more than about 10 feet vertical (although about 30 feet horizontally.)
In other words, it would not have surprised me at all if the booster did nothing, given all the caveats of my installation. However, so far it seems to be working great.
Before installation, the signal in my apartment was generally -105 to -120 dBm (lower is better when it comes to dBm), download was about 1 Mbps, upload an almost nonexistent 0.01Mbps, and ping was about 150ms.
After installation, signal strength shows -80 to -85 dBm, my download is 6-10 Mbps (which is as fast as it ever gets in this area, regardless of signal strength), upload is also about 6-10Mbps, and ping is around 40ms. Obviously a huge improvement. All the calls I've made so far have been clear, with no fading, distortion, or failures. My phone supports VoLTE, so voice calls are transmitted over the same frequencies as 4G data.
I set the base station up in the living room, and signal dBm is a reliable -80 to -85 dBm anywhere in that room. If I move to the bedroom (separated from the living room by a thick wall,) dBm drops to -90 to -95, but speeds and ping stay about the same. I think the takeaway here is that the booster is sufficient to cover an average 1-bedroom apartment, but if you have a larger house, you're probably going to be limited to 1 or 2 rooms of coverage.
Helpful tip: if you have an iPhone and you're trying to find the strongest signal in order to place the antenna, enter *3001#12345#* on your dial pad and hit the Call button. This will put the phone in “field test mode” and the signal indicator will change from dots to an exact reading in dBm (Decibel-milliwatts.) Lower readings are better. -60 would be an essentially perfect signal, and -120 is usually about the point at which you can’t make calls or use data.
There are multiple vendors for cell boosters and each vendor has multiple units to choose from. Of particular note is the fact that different vendors offer different impedance units. Z-Boost and Wilson, which is now a single company, offer units that are designed for 75-ohms. Almost all other vendors offer units that are designed for 50-ohms. The impedance dictates the cables, antennas, etc. that can be used with the unit.
Now for Z-Boost. They offer many packages but it basically boils down to simply two electronic boxes that are installed inside the home. The “white box” is a dual band unit. The “black box” is a tri-band unit. There are two versions of the tri-band unit: an AT&T version and a Verizon version. Depending on your carrier, you must select the correct version. If you have a 4G phone, you need the tri-band version. The different packages offered by Z-Boost contain different indoor and outdoor antenna combinations and different interconnecting cable combos. The “black box” is the same. IMO, you need the yagi/directional outdoor antenna. This was a separate purchase. If you don’t need this antenna, the need for a booster is questionable. Again for the indoor antenna, there are two choices, a directional or an omni-directional. The short whip that you see in the Z-Boost pictures is an omni-directional antenna. In my case, I installed the back box at a central location and I opted for an omni-directional antenna. The other item that you will need, that is not included in any package, is a lighting suppressor. These are not “advertised” but the vendor does offer such an item. If you have thunderstorms, you need it!
Now for the bottomline. The unit was installed according to the instructions with the exception that a slightly longer cable was used. The unit performs great and I am totally satisfied. My house (with porches) is essentially 50ft x 70ft, single story, and I can make and receive calls at any location. Before, calls were dropped or impossible at any location. Before, I had 1 to 2 bars of signal. After, I have 3 to 4 bars at most locations, but most importantly, no dropped calls, period.
If you are going to use it or need it for one specific room or if you have 2-3 bars lte and maybe looking for one extra bar in a single room, then it will work, but don’t expect much, especially if you are only getting 1 bar lte, it won’t boost it much or far.
I hope this helps anything trying to decide if they should spend the money.