NexSens C-Boost Cellular Signal Booster

NexSens C-Boost Cellular Signal Booster


The NexSens C-Boost provides a significant boost in cellular signal quality to allow for data transmission in remote locations.


  • Housed in NEMA 4X weatherproof enclosure
  • Includes N-style RF connectors on bottom of enclosure
  • Compatible with 2G, 3G, GSM, GPRS, CDMA (All US and Canadian Carriers)
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Notable Specifications:
  • Power Requirements: 8.0 to 36.0 VDC
  • Power Consumption: Idle: 250mA; Max: 1A
  • Signal Gain: 15dB: Cellular 850; 15dB: PCS 1900
  • Frequency Range: 824/894 MHz – 1850/1900 MHz
  • Network Compatible: 2G, 3G, GSM, GPRS, CDMA (All US and Canadian Carriers)
  • Dimensions: 6.5 x 8.5 x 5.0 in.
  • Ports: (1) N-Style RF Input; (1) N-Style RF Output; (1) Power Cable Sealcon Gland Fitting; (1) Hoffman Plug; (1) GorTex Vent
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NexSens C-Boost Cellular Signal Booster C-Boost Cellular signal booster, includes (2) N-style RF connectors & power cable
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