Shakespeare Aura CA-VAT Cellular Booster Kit for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile

Shakespeare Aura CA-VAT Cellular Booster Kit for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile
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Shakespeare Aura Cellular Booster Kit

The AURA Cellular Booster Kit enables you to optimize cellular coverage on your boat or in your home where reception is weak due to distance from cell tower, topography or building materials. Its compartmentalized design, sturdy metal casing ensures enhanced call clarity that will last for years. This kit enhances 3G voice and data for all major U.S. carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile) and will support 5-10 simultaneous users in a 50 ft. wide by 100' long direction, for total coverage of 5,000 square foot. The kit comes with indoor and outdoor antennas, cell booster and cabling for a complete cellular enhancement solution. The AURA Booster features adjustable dials for pinpoint enhancement and features an indoor panel antenna to direct coverage where it's needed most. This kit also features an industry-leading 2-year manufacturer's warranty.

With the Shakespeare CA-VAT Anywhere Voice and Data Cellular Booster Kit, boaters will no longer miss making or receiving important calls. Rugged enough for the most demanding marine environment, Shakespeare's Anywhere booster optimizes cellular coverage wherever reception is weak or spotty.

Ideal for recreational boats or yachts, the booster remains operational even at low temperatures and comes protected in a weather-resistant metal casing with stainless hardware to ensure durability. Dual bands make it compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon 2G and 3G wireless networks.

The booster's uplink frequency is 824-849/1850-1910MHz; downlink frequency 869-894/1930-1990MHz. The input impedance is 50 ohm, with an average gain of 65 dB and maximum gain of 70 dB.
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