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Coming Soon: Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise

by: Verizon Wireless

Coming Soon: Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise
Coming Soon: Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise

by: Verizon Wireless

Coming Soon: Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise

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Product Description

A new FCC listing has shed light on an upcoming Verizon Network Extender that supports 5G, developed by Casa Systems. This is an evolution of the Network Extender v3 that was launched last year, also by Casa Systems.

5G has opened up possibilities by providing faster speeds, lower latency, and greater capacity, all of which provide an overall advantage in network reliability. This does necessitate the use of higher frequency bands, which are more susceptible to attenuation (think of this as weakening of the signal), especially as it passes through building materials to reach indoors.

This new Verizon Small Cell is aimed squarely at resolving 5G coverage issues, to provide the advantages of 5G to enterprises within their premises.

Reach out to our team if you're interested in using the upcoming Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise.


The new Verizon 5G Network Extender will build on the proven performance of its predecessor, the Verizon 4G LTE Network Extender 3 for Enterprise, with additional support for 5G bands n78 and n77.

The new extender will transmit at 27 dBm per port (up from 24 dBm), and support 128 simultaneous active users (up from 64). The product's overall footprint has also grown slightly to 255mm x 263 mm x 84mm (10 x 10 x 3.5 inch), and 3.1 kg (6.8 lb).

Key Specifications

  • Max transmit power of 27 dBm per port
  • Support for LTE bands 3, 4, 13, 66
  • Support for 5G bands 48, 78, 77
  • Support for up to 128 simultaneous active users

Availability dates are not known at present, however, do check this page regularly, as we will update it with dates as soon as we have that information available.

How Verizon's Enterprise Network Extenders Work

The Verizon Network Extenders are enterprise-grade femtocells or small cells – essentially a small cell phone tower. You can read more about how this type of device works in our small cell guide, but in brief:

  • The Enterprise Network Extender creates a secure tunnel over an Internet connection back to Verizon's core network
  • The Enterprise Network Extender generates a fresh cellular (including 5G with the upcoming extender) signal that is distributed throughout the building
  • When users enter the building, they are automatically "handed off" from the outdoor cellular network to the Enterprise Network Extender's coverage zone, ensuring continued coverage


In order to use a Verizon Enterprise Network Extender, a few requirements must be met:

  1. Internet connectivity: Verizon recommends using a connection with at least 20 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload speeds, and ideally with 50 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload. Note that the unit does not need dedicated bandwidth, as full utilization will only happen very rarely.
  2. GPS connectivity: Like all femtocells, the Verizon Enterprise Network Extender needs a clear GPS signal to identify its location and for timing. A small magnetic-mount GPS antenna is usually included with the Verizon Enterprise Network Extender, and must be placed near a window with a view of the sky. Outdoor GPS antennas can also be used (see recommended accessories below).
  3. Location: The current Verizon 4G LTE Network Extender 3 works in all 50 states and in most areas of the United States, except these counties. It will not work outside the United States.
  4. Verizon Enterprise Account: You must have a Verizon Enterprise or Business account in order to activate the Verizon Enterprise Network Extenders.
  5. Compatible HD Voice (VoLTE) Devices: Most phones sold in the last 5 years support Voice over LTE, also known as "HD Voice" - including all iPhone devices released from 2014 onwards (i.e. iPhone 6 and newer) and all Samsung devices released from 2014 onwards (i.e. Galaxy S5 and newer).
  6. Open Firewall Ports to Allow Communication: If you are on a corporate network, you may need to open ports 50, 500, 4500, 53 and 52428, or alternatively put the Verizon Network Extender on a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in order for it to be able to connect back to Verizon Wireless's network.

If any of these are an issue, you may wish to consider using a cell signal booster instead of a Verizon Network Extender.


Like almost all of our products, the Coming Soon: Verizon 5G Network Extender for Enterprise can be installed by anyone who feels comfortable doing simple home repairs and running cabling. If you’re not comfortable doing that kind of work, you might consider finding a local electronics installer or asking a friend.

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