LCD 4-band | Boost Mobile Signal in your Home
Coverage: ~2 rooms
How It Works
- The antenna on your roof picks up signal from all networks, and sends it down the cable to the StellaBoost.
- The StellaBoost repeater amplifies this signal and sends it around your home.
- All your devices in this room can now communicate with this enhanced signal.
- Coverage: ~2 rooms (400m2 open space)
- Networks: 800/900/1800 /2100Mhz
- Protects the operators network with feedback control and noise reduction technology
- Works with all operators
- Full colour touch LCD display
- Switch ON/OFF any band.
- Manufactured in Ireland
The L2 model boosts 2 bands wheras the L4 boosts 4 bands
- B20 (800Mhz) is great for rural locations and fast 4G speeds
- B8 (900Mhz) : This option is great for voice calls in rural locations.
- B1 (2100Mhz) : This option is great for slow but stable 3G data speeds and good quality calls, in urban locations
- B3 (1800Mhz): This band is great for 4G data speeds in Urban locations.
The outdoor panel antenna is installed outside your building where you have at least 3 steady bars of steady mobile signal. (5-6 even better)
The kit is very easy to install and requires no further attention once you plug it in. It seamlessly amplifies the mobile signal from outside where there is good signal, and sends it around your house.
The L4 has a touch screen. You can touch the screen to enable or disable any band.
The coverage of the StellaBoost is 400m2 in open space. In practice, this equates to about 1-2 large sized rooms in a typical house.
Two things effect the coverage inside your house:
- The building materials of your house, ie plaster walls or concrete block walls.
- The signal strength outside your house. 5-6 signal bars will give you greater indoor coverage compared to 1-3 signal bars.
A closer look
A: Main screen. Here you can view the signal strength per band displayed with green signal bars. There is a status window below that tells you whats going on.
The blue icon is the uplink. It lights up when there is a call or data session using this band.
The coloured boxes to the right tell you the state of the band:
- ADJ: The band is adjusting and optimizing its power.
- HI: This tells you there is alot of signal power coming down from the antenna. No action required.
- OSC: This tells you there is an oscillation between the outdoor and indoor antenna. You must ensure there is at least one solid block wall separating the antennas.
- OFF: This means the band has switched off.
B: Decibel screen: Here you can see detailed values of all the parameters in Decibels.
C: Here you can see which bands are used the most and you can also switch on or off any band.