The video above shows ways to run cable into your home. We often get questions about cable, with customers usually wanting to know which cable is appropriate for a signal booster. Here we are going to talk about different types of cable used in our kits.
Due to its size (3/32”), RG-174 works very well in vehicle installations where more cable versatility is required. All weBoost vehicle booster kits include RG-174. This is the type of cable used in our eqo Booster kit, as well, as it allows you to hide the cable inside for a nice, clean installation.
This cable, measuring 3/16”, will commonly be used in conjunction with our Trucker Antenna series and NMO (Non-Magnetic Option) antenna mounts.
This type of cable is ideal for use in home and smaller office installations. All of our current Connect 3G and 4G booster kits include RG-6. This type of cable is identical to standard TV coax cable.
This type of cable is ideal for use in large home and building installations. All of our current 75 ohm WilsonPro products include RG-11. This cable is designed to bring greater range to your cell phone amplifier system with minimal signal loss. It is heavier and denser than RG-6, though only carries close to half of the signal loss as RG-6 cable.
Typically, this type of cable will be used in larger area or industrial/enterprise installations. Wilson400 is an ultra low-loss coaxial cable. This cable is, also, designed to bring greater range to your cell phone amplifier system with minimal signal loss. All of our Connect 3G-X and 4G-X booster kits, as well as our 50 ohm WilsonPro product solutions, include Wilson400, measuring 13/32”.