Introducing the Cel-Fi GO G41: The Future of Signal Boosting is Almost Here!
Cel-Fi by Nextivity has just announced the highly anticipated Cel-Fi GO G41 smart signal booster, slated for release in December 2023!
The Cel-Fi GO G41 succeeds the long-standing GO X (G32) and builds on the same winning formula - 100dB gain on a single carrier, powered by the next-gen IntelliBoost chipset for unconditionally network-safe, high-powered coverage. It will also add limited 5G support via a firmware update in 2024.
Information is still limited, and we will update this page as more information becomes available to us.
- 100 dB gain on a single carrier, powered by the latest 4th generation Nextitivy IntelliBoost chipset,
- 17 dBm maximum downlink output power,
- 30 dB enterprise-grade echo cancellation,
- Support for 5G DSS, 4G, 3G, and 2G technologies,
- Ready to support 5G NR with a firmware update in 2024,
- System monitoring via Nextivity WAVE App and management with WAVE Portal
Shipping in December
We expect to start shipping the G41 in a selection of complete and customizable kits, backed by our legendary support, in December 2023. Feel free to reach out to our support team if you'd like to be the first to know!
In the meantime, don't miss out on the award-winning Cel-Fi GO X (G32), which we will continue selling and supporting even after the release of the G41.
Also Announced: The GO G43 Multi-Carrier In-Building Cellular Coverage Solution
Nextivity has also announced a brand new GO G43, to be released at the same time as the G41. The G43 presents an exciting solution to multi-carrier coverage in large buildings or in areas with extremely weak signal, by effectively combining three IntelliBoost chips into a single booster. Check it out here.
Why Cel-Fi GO?
Most signal boosters available today max out at about 70 dB of gain. The Cel-Fi GO line's additional 30 dB gain makes it the best solution for buildings where outdoor coverage is weak (less than 3 bars or -80 dBm RSRP).
The Go G41 can be used in all kinds of applications, including:
- Industrial facilities
- Outdoor applications
Please note that the Cel-Fi GO G41 can only boost signal for one network at a time. If you have users on multiple networks in your building, you may need a multi-carrier booster like the upcoming GO G43, or multiple GO G41 devices.
The Cel-Fi GO G41 can boost 4G and 5G DSS on the following bands. Additional 5G NR support will be added in 2024 via a firmware update:
- Verizon bands: B2, B4, B5, B13
- T-Mobile bands: B2, B4, B5, B12
- AT&T bands: B2, B4, B5, B12