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zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office

zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office
zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office


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zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Residence or Workplace


zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office

Created for buyers, the zBoost dual band cell phone signal booster extends a zBoost Cell Zone for single or several users in residences or offices simulatneously.Satisfy all your cellular telephone needs with the Wireless Extenders YX510-PCS/CEL zBoost zP Wireless Booster, which performs with both cellular frequencies (800 and 1900 MHz) and can extend cellular coverage up to 2500 square feet. This unit can manage signals from all the main U.S. cellular carriers.* The package includes almost everything you need: amplifier base unit, energy supply, base unit antenna, low-loss SATV coaxial cable (RG6), signal antenna and mounting hardware. The omni-directional signal antenna receives signals from a number of cell towers.

Increase your cell signal with the dual-band YX510-PCS/CEL–perfect for boosting the signal of cellular frequencies up to 2500 square feet.

Utilizing a revolutionary, patent pending technology that protects the carrier network, the YX510 improves indoor cell telephone coverage by capturing and repeating the outside signal, bringing it into the developing and enhancing it. This method creates a “Cell Zone” in your house or office.

Click here to see a PDF overview of setting up the Wireless Booster.

The Wireless Extenders zBoost method involves:

  • Outside antenna (repeats the signal) can be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic or near a window
  • Coax cable (RG6- ultra low-loss, DBS satellite) connects from the outdoor antenna to the base unit
  • Base unit: Sleekly made, it amplifies the signal and offers oscillation detection/correction which protects the carrier network employing patent-pending technologies.
  • Indoor antenna connects to the base unit to repeat the signal and create “Cell Zone”–no physical connection to the telephone is necessary.

*The use of radio distribution equipment that enhances, extends or amplifies a wireless signal might be prohibited without having the consent of the wireless carrier upon whose network such equipment will be utilised. You must consult with your carrier ahead of getting such equipment to use with that carrier’s service.

Installation
Picking the best place for installation of the Signal Antenna provides the best performance and the biggest location of enhanced signal. Figure out the place that supplies the strongest signal using the signal strength indicator on your cell phone. For the best reception, uncover the place that supplies the most bars of signal strength and locate the Signal Antenna at that place.

Specifications

  • US PCS 1900 MHz band
    • Uplink: 1850 – 1910 MHz
    • Downlink: 1930 – 1990 MHz
  • US Cellular 800/850 MHz band
    • Uplink: 824 – 849 MHz
    • Downlink: 869 – 894 MHz
  • Network formats: CDMA, GSM, TDMA, AMPS, GPRS, EDGE, 1xRTT, EVDO, HSDPA
  • Total Signal Obtain: 60dB (adaptive)
  • Output Energy: less than .five Watt EiRP (w/ included antenna)
  • Unit weight: 1 pound
  • Unit size: 5 x 7 x 2 inches
  • Power input: one hundred-120 VAC 60 Hz
  • Energy output: 5VDC, 1.5A
  • Signal antenna cable: Outdoor rated 75 ohm DBS satellite coaxial cable, Sort-F male
  • Base unit antenna: 50 ohm, TNC male

Note: If you require coverage for only a single cellular carrier, verify out the YX500/PCS (1900 MHz) or the YX500/CEL (800 MHz).

  • Extends cellular coverage for single or numerous customers in homes or offices–gives up to 2500 square feet of coverage
  • Dual-band device operates with 800/1900 MHz frequencies from all main carriers–AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Alltel, Cricket, and much more (not compatible with Nextel)
  • Omni-directional signal antenna receives signals from numerous cell towers
  • Antenna can be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic or near a window
  • Extends phone battery life–utilizes significantly less power when signal is stronger

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What customers say about zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office?

  1. 254 of 261 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Does exactly what I needed it to, November 24, 2006
    By 
    Ryan Patridge “Rogue Borg Reviewer” (San Diego, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    In a nutshell:
    The YX510 is the cheapest dual-band cellular signal repeater I found. It’s easy to set up, easy to use, uses standard RG-6 cable and connectors, and it works very well out-of-the-box. Definitely recommended.

    Long version:
    At my parents’ suburban CT home, the location, the terrain, and the aluminum siding all add up to zero indoor cellular reception. Even outdoors, my dual-band Cingular GSM service gives me at most 1 bar…all attempts to place a call immediately fail. My siblings’ Verizon service is a bit better, but still not enough for them to place calls. Up on the roof, though, I found I would get 3 bars (up to 4, if I held the phone over my head), quite sufficient for a reliable phone call. Enter the YX510. It’s easy to install, though their recommended pre-installation test procedure didn’t leave me optimistic–I couldn’t get the base unit’s “signal” light to flash green when placing a call from nearby it on the roof (which the manual said would represent a successful test). The error code I was getting from it indicated either the signal was too strong or the interior/exterior antennas were interfering with each other. Undeterred, I installed the main signal antenna (zip-tied to the top of a length of PVC pipe strapped to our old TV antenna pole, to keep it away from metallic objects, as the manual recommends). I tried another test with the base unit placed at ground level about 35 feet away, seperated by a good chunk of the house, but I still had trouble getting a reliable signal. When I finished the installation and moved the base station indoors (about 20-25 feet almost directly below the exterior signal antenna, with the roof and two floors in between), that’s when its performance started really shining. Installed in the basement, the YX510 base station gives solid reception for most of the dual-level, 2600 sqft house. My cell phone shows a full five bars most of the time, for anywhere within about about 15-20 feet of the interior antenna (the signal strength slowly drops with additional distance). Once I start a call, my phone’s signal strength meter immediately drops to the strength of the signal at the roof (usually 3 bars), so it’s apparent that the included omnidirectional antenna cannot “amplify” the received signal. Thus, make sure you at least have a usable signal level at the point where you plan to install the exterior signal antenna, or otherwise consider getting the directional antenna upgrade for the YX510. My siblings and I now have reliable cellular service for more than half of the house, and we can all use our phones simultaneously with no problem. Very satisfied! (Note: I installed the exterior antenna using the YX012 grounding kit, but one could easily use store-bought outdoor RG-6 cable and a grounded female-to-female RG-6 connector instead of that kit.)

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  2. 164 of 167 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Helpfull hint, May 18, 2008
    By 
    R. White (Laporte PA) –
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    This review is from: zBoost YX-510 Cell Phone Signal Booster Dual-Band Unit for Home or Office (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    For those of you having problems with this unit you must remember that the indoor unit uses the same frequency to talk to the cell phone that the outdoor antenna uses to talk to the tower. If the inside unit transmits and the outside unit picks it up the inside unit will lower its power until there is no feedback loop, degrading performance. So, if you can put the inside unit someplace where it will operate at full power and not interfere with the outside antenna then you are set. Try putting the inside unit in the basement or at the opposite end of the house. Also you will never get a better signal inside than what the outside antenna gets so put the outside antenna where it gets the best possible reception. That sounds obvious but I’m sure there are some folks that put the outside unit out a window and the inside unit next to it.

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  3. You don’t patch physics. This isn’t really a service exploit

  4. with technology always changing would the method that you speak of not be patched by now?

  5. What a load of shit, be honest you have no idea what your talking about, pure rubbish. Incoherent babling

  6. Search youtube for detracktor for a solution to cell phone spying, hacking, eavesdropping, stalking and tracking.

  7. I don’t know where you think I said you could be a DOS of one, But you are wrong.
    A. As mentioned this device kicks things to 1g so there is not A5/1
    B. A5/1 sends the key to be used, so any communication that you have from end to end is only wrapped, not encrypted.
    C. A5/1 is a cypher not an encryption, because the ratio of the input to the output is always the same.

  8. GSM A5/1 is a cypher that uses a 64 bit keystream… It is a form of encryption.. Besides you the dumb ass that thinks performing a DDoS attack is hacking….
    Which by the way… If the source of the denial of service is a single station its not a DDOS, its just a DOS.

  9. Clearly you are.

  10. Are you an idiot?

  11. It is not encryption any more than ZIP or GIF is, it is an encoding format.

  12. Your wrong….. It’s not clear text.. GSM is done via A5/1, while this has been broken its still encryption

  13. Jamming is a felony…. intercepting gsm is done via OpenBTS and or Osmocombb.. obviously also a crime.

  14. Thats not hacking… in any way at all.. Its just a jammer..

    I hate people who think denial of service is equivalent to hacking.

  15. is it possible to intercept picture and video messages? or to hack someones phone and just see all of their photos and texts and videos without them sending any?

  16. What is wrong with your TV back there?

  17. Banned for spam





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