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Home Complete | 470145

Ideal for:Large Homes
  • Up to 7,500 square feet
  • Fastest network speeds
  • Multi-user wireless booster
  • Up to 72 (dB) system gain

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Works on every network, on any carrier.

Product Description

The weBoost Home Complete is our most powerful cell signal booster for residential use. With 72 dB max gain, it delivers the strongest cell signal possible for large homes; up to 7,500 sq. ft.

Boasting up to 24 dBm in uplink-output power, the Home Complete easily reaches cell towers at distances up to 26% farther with up to 46% more coverage area than our next most powerful booster—Home MultiRoom. It also boasts over 12 dBm in downlink-output power. With Home Complete, users enjoy fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, greater hotspot capability, and faster internet speeds. The kit is designed for a step-by-step, guided DIY installation.

Home Complete is compatible with all cell phones, tablets, hotspots, and cellular-connected devices and on all US mobile carriers—including Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and more.

5G Ready - weBoost boosters will work for the next decade and beyond.

Warning

Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Features
  • Up to 24 dBm uplink-output power for unparalleled range
  • Set of wall-mount brackets for booster & inside antenna
  • Anodized aluminum booster and fabric-covered inside antenna
  • Home Complete booster includes Band 25 optimization

*Can also be installed with screws (not included.)

Benefits
  • Reaches towers up to 26% farther away than Home MultiRoom
  • Allows for secure, versatile install using 3M Command™ Strips*
  • Stylish modern design looks at home with contemporary décor
  • Improves performance of LTE signal for Sprint customers

How It Works

Signal boosters increase cell signal by collecting signals with a powerful antenna, delivering those signals to the booster, amplifying the cell signals so your devices receive them, and delivering your device's boosted signals back to the cell tower.

Receives Signal
1

Receives
Signal

The outside antenna reaches out to the cell tower to access voice and data signals.

2

Transmits
Signal

The booster receives the outside signal from the outside antenna.

Boosts Signal
3

Boosts
Signal

The booster amplifies the outside signal and sends it to the inside antenna.

4

Expands
Signal

The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal to devices inside the home.

Specs

Model Number:470145
FrequencyBand 12/17700 MHz
Band 13700 MHz
Band 5850 MHz
Band 41700/2100 MHz
Band 25/21900 MHz
Max Gain72 dB
Power Req110-240V AC, 50-60 Hz, 20 W
ConnectorsF-Female
Dimensions8.25 x 6 x 2.4 in
Weight1.55 lbs
Price$ 999.99

In the box

Each device comes with everything you need for a complete installation. You can also pick up extra parts to extend your installation, if you need help, just give us a call.

Home Complete
Home Complete
(470145)
Outside Directional Antenna
Outside Directional Antenna
(314445)
Fabric Inside Panel Antenna
Fabric Inside Panel Antenna
(314440)
60’ + 75’ Black RG11 Cables
60’ + 75’ Black RG11 Cables
(951160)(951175)
Power Supply
Power Supply
(850023)
Outside Antenna Mounting Bracket
Outside Antenna Mounting Bracket
Wall-Mount Brackets w/ 3M Command Strips (x2)
Wall-Mount Brackets w/ 3M Command Strips (x2)
Cable Mounting Clips (x15)
Cable Mounting Clips (x15)

Review Snapshot

5
(2)

Ratings Distribution

  • 1 Star: 0
  • 2 Stars: 0
  • 3 Stars: 0
  • 4 Stars: 0
  • 5 Stars: 2

5

Hard to overstate how well the Home Complete works

I use this product at a completely off-grid property in the very rural, high-country (9,000') of Gunnison County, CO. Without the booster, my signal oscillated from 1 bar of 1x to no signal when outside on the porch facing the signal. After the install, I got a consistent 3 bars of LTE throughout the inside of the house. The data speed I get with the booster justifies getting rid of the HughesNet Dish I have for internet. The product is amazing and I couldn't get by without it.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 9 days ago

By Coleman Road Journal

From Gunnison, CO

5

I would buy this product again!

Can now make & receive cell calls from our house in the mountains.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted a month ago

By Jim the grouse hunter

From Franklin, NC

Q&A

Showing 10 out of 16 Questions

Asked by Shawn 16 days ago

Question: I have walked both inside and outside my home and the DB reading for rscp0 never gets better than -115. I'm assuming, based on research, it's not worth purchasing this product?

Answer: We typically do not recommend a booster for a signal this weak, as the results would be little to none. If you were able to find an area outside where you can make and maintain a call, then that is where you would place the external antenna. The booster may be able to bring it in but if it is very weak, the coverage will be minimal. We do offer a 30-day money-back guarantee so that you can set the system up and test it out in your area. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Bsinpullman a month ago

Question: Is it possible to shorten the outside and inside cables? If so where would I obtain new ends?

Answer: We do not recommend shortening the cables unless you are a professional cable installer as this can affect the systems performance. The ends you would need would be the N-Male Crimp Connectors which can be found as part number 971150 for RG11 cable. You also want to keep in mind that the antennas need at least a 20 ft. vertical or 50 ft. horizontal separation. Thank you!

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Asked by Woody a month ago

Question: I have a two story house. Do I need two inside antennas, o e for each floor?

Answer: Thank you for your question! You may or may not need two internal antennas. Placing the internal antenna facing down on the roof of the upper floor may provide enough coverage to cover the bottom floor. However, it is important to keep in mind that the coverage expectation of a booster is highly dependent on the outside signal strength. If you were to measure your outside signal and got at least a -85 dB outside, you can add a second internal antenna and easily cover both floors. If you get a weaker outside signal, then you would only want to stick with one antenna and place it in the area where you need it the most. If you have further questions or would like further assistance on how to take dB readings, please feel free to contact our customer support team at 866-294-1660 or email our online team at [email protected] Thank you!

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Asked by Woody a month ago

Question: Can the booster be mounted in the attic?

Answer: Thank you for your question! The booster is not intended to be used in attics or similar locations that are subject to exceed temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit. We recommend keeping the booster indoors in a temperature-controlled environment with enough airflow. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Kenbo 2 months ago

Question: If a house is 50'x50' square, and the exterior and interior antennas are mounted on diagonally opposite corners facing away from each other, how much of the house will receive boosted coverage? Is the interior antenna omnidirectional?

Answer: Thank you for your question! The internal antenna is directional and broadcasts the signal out from the front. The antennas do need either a 20 ft. vertical or 50 ft. horizontal separation. You may be able to do a combination of both to get the adequate separation needed in your 50x50' home without creating feedback between the antennas. As to how much coverage you'll get, this depends on the outside signal strength. It is important to note that the coverage expectation is highly dependant on the outside signal strength. A weaker signal will degrade the inside coverage. We recommend doing dB readings whenever possible to properly install the external antenna and fine-tune it for the strongest signal and coverage inside. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back to us at 866-294-1660 or email our online support at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Damien 2 months ago

Question: Why does it have to be 20 cm away from a human ? Is it dangerous?

Answer: Thank you for your question! Our boosters provide less radiation than most home appliances. To ensure that our boosters work properly and keep the consumer safe, the boosters are certified by the FCC and recommend keeping the antenna at least 20 cm away from any person. If you have more direct concerns, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 866-294-1660 or email our online support team at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Bruce 3 months ago

Question: I am upgrading from a Weboost 3g-x system with hidden cables. Can I still use the existing cables? Do I need to replace the outdoor antenna, or will the existing work adequately? Is there much chance the antenna location will need to change? Thanks.

Answer: Thank you for your question! We always recommend using the new cables included in the kit for the best performance. The same goes for the antennas. You are welcome to give the existing cables a try, but I do recommend running the new cables through a window or door for an easy way to test the performance of the booster with the new cables vs with the existing cables. The antenna placement can change throughout time so it is important to test the outside signal to confirm that you are placing the external antenna in the best location possible. If you have any questions on how to properly find the best location for the external antenna, please feel free to reach out to our support team at 866-294-1660 or email our online team at [email protected] Thank you!

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Asked by Daniel 3 months ago

Question: What is the optimal distance in between the inside antenna and the booster and then in between the the outside antenna and booster? What is the optimal distance between the two antennas?

Answer: Thank you for your question! The Inside antenna needs to be at least 18" away from the booster. The distance between the external antenna and the booster is not as crucial since they get adequate separation once the antennas are separated. The outside antenna must be at least 20 feet vertical or 50 feet horizontal from the internal antenna. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back out to us at 866-294-1660 or email us at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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Asked by Linn 3 months ago

Question: Will this work in Europe, Norway?

Answer: Thank you for your question! I'm sorry but our boosters are not compatible with the frequencies used in Europe. We cannot recommend using this anywhere else besides the US, Canada, Mexico, and Malaysia. If there's any other questions or concerns, please let us know by calling our customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] Thanks again!

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Asked by April 3 months ago

Question: Beyond seeing 1-2 bars on my Verizon cell phone, is there a way to measure if your booster will work in our rural tree filled area. We are hoping to replace the almost nonexistent internet supplier with our meager cell service.

Answer: Hello April! The best way to measure your signal is by taking some dB readings on your phone. A dB reading will provide a measurement in a negative number. If you have an Android phone, you can simply download a free app called SignalCheck Lite to get some dB readings. If you have an iPhone, it may not let you get dB readings, due to Apple's updates. Here is a link that will show you how to put an iPhone into field test mode in case you'd like to give it a try: https://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/articles/206521937-Finding-Your-Phone-s-Signal-Strength-Reading-Field-Test-Mode- We recommend at looking for at least a -85 dB when measuring the RSSI or at least a -103 when measuring the RSRP. If you have any other questions that need to be addressed, please feel free to reach back out to us at 866-294-1660 or email us at [email protected] Thank you and have a great day!

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BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.

Warning.

E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards