The weBoost Home MultiRoom is a home signal booster system that improves 2G/3G/4G/LTE coverage on all major North American cell networks.
The Home MultiRoom offers significantly increased power over its predecessor, the weBoost Connect 4G. The booster max gain is increased from 60 to 65 dB. The Home MultiRoom also features up to 21 dBm in uplink-output power, which allows it to reach cell towers at distances up to 23% farther than the weBoost Connect 4G. It has a maximum downlink power of up to 12 dBm. Additionally, the weBoost Home MultiRoom supports Sprint Band 25, unlike the previous generation Connect 4G device.
The Home MultiRoom can cover up to 3 large rooms (or about 5,000 square feet) with strong existing outdoor signal. It is a 75 ohm booster system.
5 Key Tips for the weBoost Home MultiRoom:
1. Determine your signal need before you buy
The weBoost Home Multi can boost up to 5,000 square feet, but this is with very strong existing outdoor signal and optimal indoor antenna conditions. The MultiRoom covers about 3,000 square feet with moderate signal conditions. How large is the area you need to cover? If you have a large coverage area and/or very weak existing signal you may want to invest in a more powerful booster to get the results you need. The weBoost Home Complete ($999.99) can cover up to 7,000 square feet.
2. How many networks do you need to boost?
The weBoost Home MultiRoom is a multi-carrier booster. This means that no matter what cell network your household or visitors use, their signal will be boosted and improved by the Home MultiRoom.
However, if only one network is weak in your home, or if all members of your household are on the same carrier, you might want to consider a single network booster like the Cel-Fi GO X ($999.99). Because the GO X is limited to just one network, FCC regulations allow it to have higher gain than standard multi-carrier boosters.
4. Get outside antenna signal right
We strongly recommend conducting a site survey to accurately measure your outside signal strength before you purchase. You’ll also need to figure out the direction of your nearest cell tower. The outside antenna should be positioned towards it. Getting the outside antenna placement correct is the key step in using your booster system effectively.
5. Decide on indoor antenna placement
Once the cellular signal is coming in via the outside antenna and being boosted via the repeater unit, optimum indoor antenna placement is key. You’ll need to consider whether dome-style or panel-style antennas suit your home best. Once you’re happy with the set up don’t be afraid to drill holes for cables - short cable runs improve performance.
5. Contact us to customise your kit
This kit includes one indoor antenna but for larger coverage areas that won’t be enough to get signal everywhere you need. Contact our Signal Specialists to customise your booster system and get any additional cables, splitters, and antennas you might need for your space.
- Home MultiRoom
- Outside Directional Antenna (314445)
- Fabric Inside Panel Antenna (314440)
- Power Supply (850018)
- 15’ (x2) & 30’ Cables (950630)
- Cable Mounting Clips (x15)
- Flat Window Cable (951177)
- Outside Antenna Mounting Bracket
- Wall Mount Brackets w/Command Strips
The outdoor antenna provided with the Home MultiRoom is a directional yagi antenna (314475), which needs to be pointed in the direction of the nearest cell phone tower. That antenna should be installed on an exterior wall or roof. The antenna sends the signal via a coaxial cable to the amplifier, which boosts the signal before sending it to the indoor antenna to be broadcast around your home or office.
The indoor antenna included in this kit is the new weBoost 314440 fabric panel antenna. It features a built-in kickstand and stylish fabric cover. It is accompanied by a wall mount bracket. Panel antennas redistribute signal inside the building and collects signal from cell phones to be sent to the cell tower.