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Shakespeare Super Halo Cell Booster - AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon - 2G,3G & 4G

Shakespeare Super Halo Cell Booster - AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon - 2G,3G & 4G
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Super Halo Cell Booster - AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon - 2G,3G & 4G

The Super HALO is a marine grade 2G, 3G and 4G voice and data cellular reception solution. Its 5-band compatibility makes it compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon networks. The Super HALO is optimized to boost cellular reception for your boat, car, recreational vehicle, home or AnyWhere® else, with support of 10+ users simultaneously and an indoor antenna to direct the signal where you really need it.

Features:
  • Five band - Works with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon 2G, 3G, & 4G networks
  • Stealth technology - Uplink becomes dormant while not in use to save power
  • Automatic gain control (AGC) - Does not overpower or interfere the cell sites
  • Automatic shutdown - Energy efficient and does not interfere with the cell sites
  • Manually adjustable gain - Flexibility in antenna placement and fine-tuning the system
  • High quality metal construction - Durable and resilient
  • FCC certified - Safe and legal


Specifications
Frequency- Uplink (Downlink) MHz
698-716 (728-746) / 776-787 (746-757) / 824-849 (869-894) / 1850-1915 (1930-1995) / 1710-1755 (2110-2155)
Input / Output Impedance
50ohm
Maximum Gain
50dB
VSWR
≤ 2.0
Standard Supported
CDMA, WCDMA, GSM, EDGE, HSPA+, EVDO, LTE and all cellular standards
Throughput
100+ Mbps
Noise Figure
5dB
Connectors
FME Male (both ends)
Power Supply / Consumption
5-15VDC, 2.1A Max. @ 12 VDC
Dimensions
7-7/8 in x 5 in x 1-3/16 in (20cm x 12.7cm x 8.09cm)
Weight
2lbs 3oz (1.04kg)
RoHS Compliant
Yes
FCC ID (USA)
RSNMOBILE5
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Shakespeare Super Halo Cell Booster - AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon - 2G,3G & 4G CA-VAT-10-R SHAKESPEARE SUPER HALO CELL BOOSTER AT&T T-MOBILE VERIZON
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