The 4G LTE Network Extender is like a personal mini cell tower for your home or office. This sleek, compact device enhances your existing 4G LTE coverage at no additional monthly cost. An important point to be noted about the product is that it does not support legacy 1X voice or 3G EVDO data services. Up to seven users can simultaneously have access to 4G LTE data and HD Voice. Simple to install and easy to use; the intuitive LCD display assists in set-up and operation.
The 4G LTE Network Extender utilizes your always-on Internet connection. Placed in your home or small business, the 4G LTE Network Extender is an extension of the Verizon network and acts like a miniature tower to enhance your indoor service. Easy to install, the device plugs into your existing high-speed Internet connection to communicate with the Verizon network.
The device supports up to seven active users simultaneously. The 4G LTE Network Extender supports a user population of up to 35 idle devices, of which up to seven may be used at any given time to provide simultaneous voice and data+.
LCD display makes installation and operation easy. The intuitive LCD display assists in setting up and using the 4G LTE Network Extender with current status during setup or operation.
What’s included in the Box:
One 4G LTE Network Extender Model #SLS-BU103, power adapter, Quick Reference Guide, product safety and warranty brochure.
Enhances 4G LTE coverage for home or business locations up to 7,500 sq. ft. circular
Access to 4G LTE data, HD Voice and video calling
Simultaneously supports voice and data for up to seven active users
Supports E911 service
LCD display assists in easy installation and use
Up to 7500 sq. ft. circular coverage (about 50 ft. radius)
Requires GPS signal (23-foot indoor antenna in box) to support emergency 911 service. In some scenarios, an external outdoor GPS antenna (not included) may be needed.
Requires always-on Internet access with 10 Mbps down and 5 Mbps up minimum; 20 Mbps down and 10 Mbps up or higher recommended.
Idle capacity is based on one in five users being active in a population and may vary by location and time of day.