I have ATT. I live in a rural setting with the closest cell tower 4 miles away, 5 miles away, and 6.5 miles away in town. I used the weboost connect 4G signal booster with the 75 ohm yagi antennas and received signal at 2-5 mbs band 12 and band 5, could not get band 4 or band 2. Put this baby up and pointed it at the nearest cell tower and now my downloads are 40-50mbps and uploads 15-20mbps. I connected this directly to the MOFI router and got 20 mbps but connecting it to the signal booster gave me more dbi gain and allowing the booster to broadcast the signal in my home gave me another 10 dbi increase. Band 4 signal strength -50, signal quality -7 to -9, diversity signal strength -51, Band 5 signal strength same as band 4, band 12 signal strength -44, signal quality -6.5 to -8.0, diversity signal strength -46. Band 2 signal strength -77, signal quality -13, diversity signal strength -76. My DBI gain from this system set up was about 65 dbi. My mofi is locked to band 4 with carrier aggregation set to band 12 under advanced band lock. If you want great signals, make sure you lock your MOFI to two bands especially when using a wide band antenna. Do a band lock on a primary band under band lock and then advance band lock to the same band and another band preferably one with the best signal. Cheers!!
So I’ve tried 2 yagis for MIMO (WIRENG) and 2 Log periodic antennas before this. I was getting -114, now I get -103 decibels. Insanely HUGE difference on my Mofi4500. I have it up high on my roof plan on raising another 5 feet to see if that improves signal quality some. Speeds were 20-25 mbs DL and 1 UL. Now I get 30-45 MBs DL and 5-8 UL.
If you are serious about the best signal you can get, there are no realistic arguments against this antenna. This one is Paired with an older Weboost single room 4G booster and it holds better than being within Line of Sight of the actual tower when the phone is with me. TRUTHFULLY
I've been using a WeBoost booster kit for a couple of years now, but have been wanting to try to upgrade the signal strength, so I figured I'd give this a shot. After reaching out to ATT Wireless to determine the exact location of the tower (since the previous antenna wasn't as sensitive to aiming) - I got this set up on a teporary pole and aimed in. I was surprised given the size of teh antenna and the cost to see that there was a minimal if any inpact in signal strength or bandwidth. I returned the item and reverted back to my old WeBoost directional antenna.
I have multiple rental properties in a remote valley in MT. We have tried multiple cell boosters and antennas over almost 20 years to the only tower in our valley. I'm also an old IT tech and know the data infrastructure.
I have a remote cabin that I'm trying to get a decent cell signal at. After using wideband antenna's to get a stable signal, I dropped the money on this antenna and a rotator with the hopes of dialing in the signal. The cell tower is about 4.5 miles away. I've attempted to use this antenna in two different locations and the results are similar: Yes, I get a signal, but the signal I'm getting is no better then the dual wideband setup I was previously using.
I used this to increase signal strength of the cell tower signal, connected it directly to a cellular modem for improved data rates. It is very directional but this also helps block out competing signals from other towers. If you can get a clean line of sight to a tower this will boost your signal. Mine did come with 90 degree connectors.
With a LTE router in rural area about 7 miles from town this took my band 4 T-Mobile signal from -95 on my traditional yagi setup to 83-85. Now seeing downloads in the 35-40 range instead of 15-20. Setup was simple. Just make sure you research your system a bit and order the correct connections.