Stay connected on the road
Drive Reach is our most powerful, in-vehicle cell signal booster yet. It’s designed to reach the farthest cell towers in remote areas; delivering the strongest coverage possible on the road.
Installed in minutes without tools, Drive Reach stops dropped calls while also improving voice quality, data speeds, and streaming capability.
Drive Reach works on all US carrier networks and is compatible with all phones and cellular devices as it simultaneously supports multiple users.
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- Product Highlights
25’ telescoping pole for optimal range
Antenna designed to target cell towers
Set up or take down in 10 minutes or less
Most powerful boosting solution for RVs
- In the Box
Connect RV 65 Booster
25’ Telescoping Antenna Pole
Outside Directional Antenna
Wall-Mount Panel Antenna
(2) Wall-Mount Brackets
AC/DC Power Supply
30’ White RG-6 Low-Loss Cable
(2) 15’ White RG-6 Low-Loss Cable
12V DC Fused Hardwire Power Supply
- How it Works1
Outside antenna pulls in cell signal from the closest tower.2
Booster amplifies the signal received by outside antenna.3
Inside antenna distributes this new signal throughout the camper.
Will this work for me?
A booster doesn’t create cell signal. It picks up the outside cell signal (no matter how weak) and amplifies it inside your RV for better talk, text, and data.
The effectiveness of any booster depends on the strength of the outside cell signal. With this in mind, see how much Connect RV 65 can improve your indoor cell signal coverage when the RV is parked.
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The Connect RV 65 has been discontinued. A newer version of this product is the Destination RV.
View the spec sheet and installation guide below for details on the Connect RV 65.
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