Cell Phone Signal Booster Phone Cradle with Outside Antenna

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Cell Phone Signal Booster Phone Cradle
Cell Phone Signal Booster Phone Cradle

Announced September 27, 2017, the new weBoost Drive Sleek cell phone signal booster with adjustable cell phone holder provides strong 3G, 4G, and LTE wireless signals while being very easy to place it in any type vehicle providing a high level of convenience. It has a minimalist, low-profile design that provides a variety of mounting options in places most people store their phones while driving such as the vent mount, cup holder or center console.

Priced at $199.99, the Drive Sleek is an affordable, single-phone cradle that uses coupling technology for reduced loss from outside antenna to improve 4G LTE and 3G cellular signals up to 32x for cars, vans, RVs and boats. Certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Industry Canada, the Drive Sleek is compatible with all mobile phones and wireless carriers in USA & Canada, allowing users to enjoy outstanding call quality, fewer dead zones, and faster data upload/ download speeds while on the road.

The weBoost Drive Sleek has all parts needed for an easy installation, including:

  • Drive Sleek cradle.
  • Drive Sleek booster.
  • Aerodynamic outside antenna.
  • Power supply.
  • Magnetic vent clip.

It works with any one smartphone but is compatible with multiple smartphones and cellular case sizes, thanks to its adjustable cellular phone cradle/holder.

The powerful exterior antenna which magnetically attaches to the vehicle’s roof reaches out to cellphone towers to receive signal with voice, text, and data and transmits this signal to the booster.

The booster receives this outside signal and amplifies each of the five frequency bands it supports up to 32 times using a series of sophisticated low noise amplifiers and filters. The signal is then sent to the Drive Sleek cradle where the user can enjoy a stronger signal for faster data and clearer call quality. The cell phone cradle also receives an outgoing signal from the cell phone and transmits a stronger signal back to the tower through the same process.