The SureCall Fusion2Go XR cell phone signal booster provides excellent uplink power for better cellular reception on the water and on the road. The Fusion2Go XR has up to 58% more uplink power than its leading competitor.
This marine kit adds your choice of three high-gain outside marine antennas that send stronger signal to the Fusion2Go XR booster for better inside cellular coverage.
This kit also includes a second set of antennas and a separate power supply so you can also use the Fusion2Go XR booster in a car, pickup truck, or SUV.
When having a usable cell phone signal in your boat isn’t a luxury, it’s a critical necessity.
The RFI CDQ7195 is the right choice if your vessel regularly experiences heavy pitching and rolling. (Learn why.) It has 6.5 dBi of gain on low-band cellular frequencies (617–960 MHz) and 4.5 to 5.5 dBi of gain on higher-band frequencies (1710–2700 MHz).
RFI marine antennas attach to standard 1″ × 14 thread marine mounts and include RFI’s Q‑Fit® threaded quick-release connector for fast, easy takedown and setup for low minimum-clearance passages—the antenna attaches and detaches from its base in seconds.
The RFI CDQ7195 includes 16.4′ (5 m) of attached RG58 coax cable. You may extend that with a 10′, 20′, 30′, or 50′ run of low-loss TS-400 coax cable.
The RFI CDQ7199 is the right choice if you want the best reception for low-frequency cellular bands that have a longer range. It has 8.5 dBi of gain on low-band cellular frequencies (617–960 MHz) and 4.5 to 5.5 dBi of gain on higher-band frequencies (1710–2700 MHz). Lower frequencies offer slower data rates but have a longer range, so the RFI CDQ7199 is the better option if receiving signal at longer distances from cell towers is more important for you than having faster data speeds.
This antenna has the same attachment and quick-release feature as the 38″ RFI antenna, above. It also has the same 16.4′ (5 m) of attached RG58 coax with optional 10′, 20′, 30′, or 50′ TS-400 coax extensions.
The Poynting OMNI-493 is the right choice if you want the best reception for high-frequency cellular bands that have faster data rates. It has 6 dBi of gain on low-band cellular frequencies (617–960 MHz) and 9 dBi of gain on higher-band frequencies (1710–2700 MHz). Higher frequencies have a shorter range but offer faster data rates, so the Poynting OMNI-493 is the better option if faster data is more important for you than receiving signal at longer distances from cell towers.
The Poynting antenna attaches to a standard 1″ × 14 thread marine mount (with a ¾″ hole beneath the mount to run the coax cable) or to poles or posts 1½″ to 2″ in diameter. It’s also shorter than either of the RFI antennas, which may make it the better choice if you have minimum-clearance concerns for your vessel.
The Poynting OMNI-493 comes with your choice of 10′, 20′, 30′, 50′ or 75′ of low-loss TS-400 coax cable.
You can install the Marine SureCall Fusion2Go XR yourself. It does not require professional help, although you can hire a marine electronics specialist to do the job for you.
Click here to download the one-page PDF installation guide for instructions and tips on setting up this system in your boat.
This is a complete kit, with everything you need to start getting the best signal in your vessel and your personal vehicle:
The RFI 38″ antenna kit includes:
The RFI 82″ antenna kit includes:
The Poynting 29.5″ antenna kit includes:
The Top Signal EDGE panel antenna has four installation configurations:
The back of the panel includes a channel for the pigtail cable so it will mount flush against walls and ceilings.
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For information on federal rules governing the use of consumer cell signal boosters, please see our FCC notice page.
Warning This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
For warranty information on this product, please see our SureCall warranty information page.
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