Distributing mobile coverage in your home
Coverage: ~4 rooms

Series 1002 - Professional grade repeaters - EU compliant

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NameSKUFrequencyCoverage (rooms)Price (ex-VAT)SpecNetworks
~4€427 (€427)4G
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~4€427 (€427)GSM
~4€427 (€427)4G
~4€427 (€427)3G
~4€427 (€427)4G
800 / 900
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~4€663 (€663)GSM, 4G
900 / 2100
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~4€663 (€663)GSM, 3G
900 / 1800
~4€663 (€663)GSM, 4G
800 / 900 / 2100
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~4€899 (€899)GSM, 3G, 4G
900 / 1800 / 2100
~4€899 (€899)GSM, 3G, 4G
StellaHome 5 bandSD-RP1002-LGDWH
800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600
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~4€1,499 (€1,499)GSM, 3G, 4G
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How It Works

  1. The antenna on your roof receives mobile signal from all networks, and sends it down the cable to the repeater.
  2. The Stellahome repeater amplifies this signal in both directions, and sends it around your house.
  3. All your devices can now communicate with this enhanced signal.


  • Boosts mobile signal in houses/ small offices
  • Coverage:  ~4 rooms  (see coverage below)
  • Compatible with all mobile operators
  • Voice and data (GSM, 3G and 4G )
  • Simple and intuitive LED indicator
  • No Sim card required, no extra bills
  • Everything included for complete installation
  • Legal and fully compliant to the EU standards.


There are several frequency options for the StellaHome family of repeaters. You can choose to boost just one frequency like 900Mhz or all 5 mobile frequencies,
800/900/1800/2100 and 2600Mhz.

  • For home use, we recomend 1 or 2 frequency options.
  • For business use, we would recommend 3-5 frequency options.

Choose from the table below which repeater best suits your needs or use the repeater selector tool on the homepage.


The StellaHome  repeater kit contains 1 internal antenna. This antenna provides 30 X 30M2 of coverage in open space.

However, this is only in open space. In practice,  it  equates to about 4 sized rooms in a typical building layout. The coverage depends on the type of walls inside your building.

Concrete or metal insulated walls will reduce the coverage, whereas plaster board walls and  wide open internal spaces allow an increase in coverage.

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See building A and building B above.

All the walls are concrete block and the doors are wooden.

Building A:  In this building , we can get away with using only one antenna. The signal will pass through the  doors to the three smaller rooms.

Building B:  This building  has a corridor separating the rooms. To achieve maximum coverage with only one antenna, we place the antenna in the corridor as shown. Notice the reduction of signal in all the rooms. Interior concrete block walls reduce coverage significantly.   If you require more reliable  coverage in the rooms, you will need more antennas. We recommend the StellaOffice repeater in this case.

A closer look

  1. 4 mounting holes: if you want to secure your repeater to the wall.
  2. 4 diagnostic lights: tells you if the repeater has:
    • power.
    • proximity control.
    • feedback.
    • communication with your phone.
  3. 6 light signal strength indicator: tells you the strength of your mobile signal outside.
  4. Connector in: attach the indoor antenna here.
  5. Connector out: attach the 12m cable here and feed it up to the outdoor antenna.
  6. 12V Power in

Powerfull operator network protection

Case Studies: see all

    John Begala | Installation to provide mobile coverage in an outdoor area

    11th January 2018
    Problem Johns’s house is located in a rural area in Spain where there was no mobile signal in his house or yard. However, a large tower was located nearby and there was a weak external signal on the top of this tower. Voice and 3G signal was required inside the house and in the courtyard [...]
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    Old Italian house with thick walls - Francis Smileit

    11th August 2017
    The problem in Francis’s words.. “During summer I live in countryside and I need to use phone but mobile towers are quite far and the building has very big walls so I often have a poor signal. I live in a late 1800 building so the inside walls are 26 and 28 cm thick, and [...]
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    Country house in Spain with Stella pre-amp

    11th August 2017
    Loaction: LA PROVINCIA DE BURGOS EN CASTILLA Y LEÓN (ESPAÑA) The receive antenna was installed high up on a mast on the hill (1), where a good GSM signal was obtained. The StellaPreAmp was installed on this high mast to boost the signal down the long cable run (200m) to the lower mast(2). In a [...]
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