Cel-Fi PRO Optus 3G/4G Repeater with External Antenna
Price includes GST$1,664.34 – $1,748.40
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Cel-Fi PRO Repeater has been tested, authorised and approved by Optus to use on the Optus Mobile Network
The Cel-Fi PRO for Optus Smart Repeater acts as a signal booster, making it an ideal product to boost and distribute a 3G/4G mobile signal within your home or office. With this mobile smart repeater supporting voice and mobile internet, dropped calls and slow internet are a thing of the past.
- Home or Small Office Environment
- Those who have a minimum of 1 bar of coverage within their home or office – this is usually next to a window. It is unlikely you will need an antenna unless your coverage is intermittent.
- Areas that are not saturated with 5GHz WiFi. The PRO uses a 5GHz wireless link between the two boxes. There are limited 5GHz channels and if your home/office has utilised most of the channels then the wireless link between the boxes may drop, causing your phone calls to drop. Switching your WiFi network to 2.4GHz or rebooting your router to use a different channel can assist with this. For saturated 5GHz areas, we recommend you use the Cel-Fi GO.
Choose your External Antenna:
Blackhawk LPDA 698-4000 12/14dBi
An LPDA antenna needs to be pointed towards the direction of where the signal is coming from and pole mounted. It covers all the cellular ranges so is suitable for all carriers.
Omni High Gain 698-2700 6dBi
An omni-directional antenna does not need to point towards the direction of where the signal is coming from and will receive a signal from 360 degrees. It can be roof, gutter or wall-mounted. Not recommended for use in remote/ rural areas.
Wideband LPDA 698-2700 8/9dBi
This ultra-light LPDA antenna needs to be pointed towards the direction of where the signal is coming from and pole mounted. Much smaller in size than the Blackhawk LPDA and has slightly less dB gain.
Blackhawk Yagi 698-890 14dBi
For those who know the mobile operator is using the low 700-900MHz frequency bands in their area and only want to use these bands. A Yagi antenna needs to be pointed towards the direction of where the signal is coming from and pole mounted.