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Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage

Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage
Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage


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Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage


Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage

Satisfy all your cellular phone needs with the Wireless Extenders YX545 zBoost SOHO Wireless Booster, which works with both cellular frequencies (800 and 1900 MHz) and can extend cellular coverage up to 3000 square feet. This unit can handle signals from all the major cellular carriers.* The package includes everything you need: amplifier base unit, Mini-RG59 cable, signal antenna and mounting hardware. The omni-directional signal antenna receives signals from multiple cell towers. *The use of radio distribution equipment that enhances, extends or amplifies a wireless signal may be prohibited without the consent of the wireless carrier upon whose network such equipment will be used. You should consult with your carrier before purchasing such equipment to use with that carrier’s service. Improve your cell signal with the dual-band YX545–perfect for boosting signal frequencies up to 3000 square feet. Using a revolutionary, patent pending technology that protects the carrier network, the YX545 improves indoor cell phone coverage by capturing and repeating the outside signal, bringing it into the building and enhancing it. This process creates a “Cell Zone” in your home or office. The Wireless Extenders zBoost system includes: Outdoor signal antenna (captures the signal) which should be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic . Coax cable (Mini-RG59) connects from the outdoor antenna to the base unit. Base unit: Sleekly designed, it amplifies the signal and provides oscillation detection/correction which protects the carrier network using patent-pending technology. Indoor antenna connects to the base unit to repeat the signal and create “Cell Zone”–no physical connection to the phone is needed. Installation – Choosing the best location for installation of the Signal Antenna provides the best performance and the largest area of improved signal. Determine the location that provides the strongest signal using the signal strength indicator on your cell phone. Choosing the best location for installation of the Signal Antenna provides the best performance and the largest area of improved signal. Determine the location that provides the strongest signal using the signal strength indicator on your cell phone. Mount the Signal Antenna at that location… Typically outside above the roofline. Ensure that there is at least 15+ feet of vertical separation between the outside Signal antenna and the inside panel antenna. Specifications: PCS Band – Frequency: Uplink: 1850 to 1910 MHz | Downlink: 1930 to 1990 MHz – System Gain: 60dB – PCS band supported: A, D, B, E, F, C – Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G – Cellular Band – Frequency: Uplink: 824 to 849 MHz | Downlink: 869 to 894 MHz – System Gain: 60dB – PCS band supported: A, B, A’, B’ – Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G.What’s in the box : Wi-Ex zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster, Base Unit With Antenna, Power Supply, 50′ (15 m) RG-59 (Mini) Coaxial Cable, Signal Antenna, Signal Antenna Mounting Hardware and 1-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.

Satisfy all your cellular phone needs with the Wireless Extenders YX545 zBoost zP Wireless Booster, which works with both cellular frequencies (800 and 1900 MHz) and can extend cellular coverage up to 3000 square feet. This unit can handle signals from all the major cellular carriers.* The package includes everything you need: amplifier base Mini-RG59 cable, signal antenna and mounting hardware. The omni-directional signal antenna receives signals from multiple cell towers.

*The use of radio distribution equipment that enhances, extends or amplifies a wireless signal may be prohibited without the consent of the wireless carrier upon whose network such equipment will be used. You should consult with your carrier before purchasing such equipment to use with that carrier’s service.

Improve your cell signal with the dual-band YX545–perfect for boosting signal frequencies up to 2500 square feet.

Using a revolutionary, patent pending technology that protects the carrier network, the YX545 improves indoor cell phone coverage by capturing and repeating the outside signal, bringing it into the building and enhancing it. This process creates a “Cell Zone” in your home or office.

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

The Wireless Extenders zBoost system includes:

  • Outdoor antenna (repeats the signal) can be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic or near a window
  • Coax cable (Mini-RG59) connects from the outdoor antenna to the base unit
  • Base unit: Sleekly designed, it amplifies the signal and provides oscillation detection/correction which protects the carrier network using patent-pending technology.
  • Indoor antenna connects to the base unit to repeat the signal and create “Cell Zone”–no physical connection to the phone is needed.

Installation
Choosing the best location for installation of the Signal Antenna provides the best performance and the largest area of improved signal. Determine the location that provides the strongest signal using the signal strength indicator on your cell phone. For the best reception, find the location that provides the most bars of signal strength and locate the Signal Antenna at that location.

Specifications

PCS Band

  • Frequency: Uplink: 1850 to 1910 MHz | Downlink: 1930 to 1990 MHz
  • System Gain: 60dB
  • PCS band supported: A, D, B, E, F, C
  • Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G

Cellular Band

  • Frequency: Uplink: 824 to 849 MHz | Downlink: 869 to 894 MHz
  • System Gain: 60dB
  • PCS band supported: A, B, A’, B’
  • Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G

General

  • Coverage (open areas): Up to 3,000 square feet
  • Dimensions: 5 x 7 x 1.25 inches
  • Weight: 9 ounces
  • Power consumption: 3W standby; 7W max signal; 2.0A Max
  • Extends cellular coverage for single or multiple users in homes or offices–provides up to 2500 square feet of coverage
  • Dual-band device works with 800/1900 MHz frequencies from all major carriers–AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Alltel, Cricket, and more (not compatible with Nextel)
  • Omni-directional signal antenna receives signals from multiple cell towers
  • Antenna can be installed outdoors above the roofline or indoors in the attic or near a window
  • Extends phone battery life–uses less power when signal is stronger

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  1. 553 of 559 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect 5-bar solution when installed correctly!, October 2, 2010
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    D. Matheny (Austin, TX) –
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    This review ran a bit longer than I expected, so let me sum it up by saying that this zBoost SOHO YX545 did exactly what I needed it to. It boosts the signal quality in my house from at most 2 bars to a solid 5 and didn’t require any complicated setup or configuration. It isn’t often that a plug-and-play device like this truly beats out all expectations!

    The main thing to keep in mind during the install is that the external antenna and base station need to be seperated as much as possible. The reason for this is that they both use the same frequencies for communication, and having them close together will cause feedback. When the zBoost detects feedback, it turns down its internal antenna strength; which can seriously impact the range you will get from the zBoost.

    Now, on to the details:

    I live in a 2 story, 3000 square foot house with a radiant barrier installed in the attic. The radiant barrier is great for keeping utility costs down, but it wreaks havoc on the cell signal in the house. Because of that, I’m lucky to get 1 or 2 bars inside, with constant missed and dropped calls, even though the signal quality outside is just fine.

    For the last 3 years I’ve been working from home and using an AT&T cell phone as my primary work number. This has led me to try all types of methods to boost my cell signal, and I’m often forced to take work calls in the yard since it’s the only place where my phone works.

    Last week I discovered the zBoost SOHO YX545 and decided to give it a try. One of the first things I noticed after unpacking it was that the 50′ extension cable seemed extremely thin and poorly insulated compared to a standard coax/RG6 cable. I decided I’d use it anyway, so I headed up to the roof to find a place with a good cell signal. The antenna was extremely easy to mount – I basically used the included screws to mount it to my chimney in a place where it looked like there was a good signal.

    After mounting the antenna, I ran the included COAX cable down through the attic and to a central place on the first floor. I plugged it in and it started up immediately, no configuration or long boot process at all. I checked my phone and, honestly, I wasn’t very impressed. In fact, my signal wasn’t much better than what it had been before.

    At that point I was a bit frustrated, but decided not to give up yet. I went back to the roof to verify the antenna location and it turned out I hadn’t picked a very good spot. I moved it and went back in to test again. The second time, my signal was better; but it dropped off quickly just a few feet away from the zBoost device.

    This whole time, the quality of the 50′ extension cable had been in the back of my mind – so I decided to replace it with a better-insulated RG6 cable. I also decided to go with a 35′ cable just to keep the cable run to a minimum. Running the replacement cable was easy enough since I just used a coax coupler to connect the cables and pulled the new cable all the way to the roof – it only took a few minutes.

    Once I had connected the new RG6 cable, I plugged in the zBoost and finally got the results I had been hoping for! My whole house is now bathed with a consistent 4 to 5 bar signal quality, and my cell phone calls are sounding better than they ever have before. This is one of the best investments I’ve ever made!

    The entire install time was around 5 hours – and that included a trip to Home Depot. If you are just mounting the antenna outside a window, I would expect the install time to be far less. In my case, I always like to run wires through the walls and that can add quite a bit of time – especially going from the roof to the first floor.

    After trying every cell booster device I could find, including the 3G MicroCell from AT&T (which gave good signal strength, but ended up causing far more problems than it solved), I’ve finally found a device that solves my home’s signal issues. I can’t say enough good about the zBoost, and I’m happily giving it 5 well-deserved stars.

    If you do buy this, here is a summary of the things that should help you get a better signal boost:

    1) Make sure the antenna truly is in a place that will give you a consistent signal quality. My first attempt at mounting the antenna picked a bad spot because I didn’t realize how long my phone takes to update the signal strength meter. The second time, I held it in place for about a minute in each location to be sure I really did have a good signal.

    2) Keep the antenna as fully seperated from the base station as possible – open air distance won’t work great for this, but wall and ceiling materials will. In my house, the radiant barrier actually helps the zBoost out since it keeps the base station from seeing the antenna at all.

    3) If your antenna and base station are well seperated and the zBoost…

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  2. 374 of 408 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t waste your time, get the Wilson Dual Band Pro, February 8, 2011
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    Pete
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    This review is from: Wireless Extenders zBoost YX545 SOHO Dual-Band Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office up to 2,500 sq. ft. of Coverage (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I’m writing this review partially because it is therapeutic but mostly to help others in my situation buy the right product for the job! Short story for those who don’t want to read my novel… Wilson rocks … Z-Boost not so much. If you’re on the fringe of coverage, do yourself a favor and spend the extra 50 bucks for a superior quality product (Wilson Dual Band Pro). You won’t be disappointed!

    The Z-boost (or what I like to call the Z-bust) was to be used at a cottage on the fringe of cellular coverage (1 bar standing on my roof and barely any 3G coverage). I purchased the z-boost along with the YX510 panel antennas thinking I had what I needed. I was pretty excited about finally getting 3G signal at the cottage!

    I spent a few hours hooking up the system (with no help from the lousy instructions). I had GPS coordinates of the nearest cell towers and exact directional info on where to point my antennas. I started with 100 ft of RG6 cable to give me some flexibility on locating the antenna and booster as I was aware of the challenges resulting from proximity oscillation between the two.

    Once installed, I powered up the iphone to see the results… The z-boost showed all systems go (with the very informative green light). From 10 feet away, I had negligible improvement in voice or data. Once I moved outside the 10 foot range, nothing at all.

    I masked my disappointment and climbed back on the roof and adjusted the antennas to the next closest tower (I had exact directional info for this one too). I climbed back down and repeated the testing process…no better. At this point, I was ready to throw everything back in the box but read the little slip in the box that said, “do not return this product…call z-boost installation support”. I gave them a call. No answer but I left a VM. 24 hours…no response. I called again and finally got someone. The conversation did not start well as the patronizing little **** on the other end of the phone assumed I was a complete idiot. I tried to assure this individual that we could skip to the technical trouble shooting and it was OK to use the big words with me.

    The most helpful advice from Z-boost installation support was that my 100ft cable was too long and that I should spin the antenna 360 degrees. When I tried to explain that I recognized there would be some signal degradation due to cable length but it shouldn’t be enough to render the system completely useless, he went into idiot mode again. I also needed to explain that 360 degrees represented a complete circle that ended at the same place!

    10 minutes later,everything Z-boost was back in the box on its way to the Amazon returns center. For fun, I called up the Wilson help desk (who encourages presales calls to ensure you purchase the right configuration of system before it arrives). I learned more in 10 minutes on the phone with this guy than I had all day with Z-boost. The rep explained that when you’re on the fringe of coverage with lots of geographical contour that an omni-directional antenna is much better. The signal bounces around and can come from many directions simultaneously. Unless you have unrestricted line of sight with a tower, directional antennas are not appropriate. He also explained the importance of power boost.

    Longer story somewhat shorter…I bought the Wilson Pro. This unit cost me $50 more than I had invested in Z-bust crap. Once installed (using the same 100 ft RG6 wire and same antenna location), I had immediate 4 bar cell coverage all through the house and amazing 4 mbps upload and download speeds where I had none before! It’s an amazing product and cannot even be compared to Z-boost.

    I’m a happy 3G camper now but not a big Z-boost fan!

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