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SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster, Omni/Whip Antennas

SKU: SC-PolyH-72-ORA-Kit
$299.99
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$299.99
Currently ships in 3-5 business days.
  • 4G coverage up to 2,000 sq. ft.
  • Boosts 3G & 4G LTE indoors
  • Works for all phones & carriers
  • Complete kit, easy install
  • No monthly fees, no wifi needed
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SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster, Omni/Whip Antennas
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SureCall Fusion4Home Omni/Whip Details

From low to more bars instantly!

The Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster with Omni/Whip Antennas by SureCall increases voice, text, and 4G LTE data for all North American cell carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. It greatly enhances 4G, LTE, and 3G cell service for all your wireless devices (smartphones, notebooks, hotspots, etc.). Furthermore, it works regardless of phone model (iPhone, Android, Samsung Galaxy, etc).

The Fusion4Home cell phone signal booster for home connects users across North America using an upgraded cell phone signal amplifier that delivers 2X more uplink power to reach towers at greater distances than ever before. This cellular extender features swappable antennas to increase or decrease coverage range.

The Omni/Whip antenna bundle is designed for those who want great coverage on a budget and with a simple installation. The whip antenna plugs directly into your booster and requires no complex install. The omnidirectional antenna, when set up outdoors in an area with decent signal, does not need to be aimed or manipulated in any way - it just works.

With the above setup, customers can expect up to 2,000 sq ft of coverage from this kit. Simply put, there is no better value for the money on the market. The cellular repeater itself offers up to +72 dB gain, which means using different, more install-heavy antennas, you can increase your coverage without having to buy a new booster. With this increased gain, the Fusion4Home 4G wireless signal booster further expands indoor coverage for those who work, live or vacation at the edge of the cellular network.

The SureCall Fusion4Home also allows for manual frequency band adjustments, which helps fine-tune specific carrier bands and avoids overloading the signal booster. In plain English, while it does boost signal for all carriers at the same time, you can adjust for a preference for a specific carrier.

SureCall is the only cell phone booster name on the market to report real coverage expectations and still overdeliver in performance. They also provide guaranteed results with a 60-day money back guarantee and 3-year manufacturer's warranty.

  • Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for any home or office up to 2,000 sq ft.
  • Works for all phones & cellular devices, all US carriers.
  • Complete kit: all parts included, easy install.
  • No monthly fees, no need to be connected to wifi, it just works.
  • SureCoverage Guaranteed: Better signal or 60-days money back & 3 year warranty
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For a more powerful signal booster (coverage up to 6,000 sq ft), please consider the SureCall Fusion5s

The SureCall Fusion4Home Omni/Whip
configuration is for:

Those interested in spot coverage with a strong outside signal.

Those who want a very simple installation.

Those who want a versatile, scalable booster with strong upgrade options.

Its affordable price point and relative strength are great features, and the fact that you can upgrade antennas later to provide more coverage gives it a useful element of future-proofing. You should not expect whole home coverage with the antenna setup found in this kit.

With proper installation, you can expect a significant increase in indoor signal (anywhere from 1-4 bars). If you do not find that, you can take advantage of our 60-day return policy.

Technical Specifications
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster w/ Omni & Whip Antennas
Frequencies - Uplink 698-716 MHz; 776-787 MHz; 824-849 MHz; 1850-1915 MHz; 1710-1755 MHz (G Block Included)
Frequencies - Downlink 728-746 MHz; 746-757 MHz; 869-894 MHz; 1930-1995 MHz; 2110-2155 MHz (G Block Included)
Supported Standards CDMA, WCDMA, GSM, EDGE, HSPA+, EVDO, LTE and all cellular standards
Input / Output Impedance 50 Ohms / 75 Ohms
Maximum Gain Cellular - 65 dB / PCS - 72 dB / LTE(A) - 63.5 dB / LTE(V) - 64 dB / AWS - 71 dB
AC Power Transmitter Input AC 110V, 60 Hz; Output DC 5-15V
Cable RG6 / SC-240
Connector F-Female (output) / N-Female (input)
Power Consumption 15W
Dimensions 7.875 x 5 x 1.188 inch
Weight 2 lb 3 oz

FCC NOTICE:

This is a CONSUMER device. 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 FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.


Kit Includes
SureCall Fusion4Home Amplifier
Inside Whip Antenna
50 ft RG6 Cable
Outside Omni-Directional Antenna
20 ft SC240 Cable
Power Supply
Installation

The SureCall Fusion4Home is easy to install. Everything is included in the kit. Our trained product specialists can also assist if you have any questions. Call 1-800-470-6777 or email sales@signalboosters.com.

Installing the SureCall Fusion4Home with Omni/Whip Antennas is fairly simple:

  1. Install Outside Antenna.
  2. Connect to the Amplifier.
  3. Install Inside Antenna.
  4. Power on.

The most “difficult” part is installing the Omni Antenna, which requires climbing on to the roof of your house and/or up the attic, mounting the Omni Antenna, and running cable into your home.

You’ll need some general handyman skills, but nothing too specialized. Just a ladder, some general tools like a Phillips screwdriver and adjustable wrench, your smartphone, elbow grease–and you’ll be ready to go.

If you prefer having someone else do the job, you can contact your local general contractor, electrician, or anyone who’s installed a satellite TV dish.

  1. Find The Best Outside Signal: Begin by finding the best signal outside your house. This is done by walking around the perimeter of your home and either using the number of bars on your phone (ok method), smartphone apps (good method), or Field Test Mode (great method) to find the best location. Pro tip: Locating the side of your home getting the best signal is the MOST CRUCIAL step of the installation process.
  2. Install Omni Antenna: The area with the best signal is where you will mount the Omni Antenna. Place the antenna as high up as possible ideally on the roof with a mounting pole although the fascia or gable is acceptable.
  3. Connect to Amplifier: Once the Omni Antenna is mounted, connect the included RG-6 cable to the Omni Antenna and to the “Outside Antenna” port on the amplifier. Some run cable into the attic, others prefer using the window-entry cable. It’s all a matter of preference and aesthetics and where you want to locate the amplifier. Pro tip: The amplifier does all the heavy lifting for boosting signal and will get warm. Keep it in a well-ventilated area.
  4. Install Whip Antenna: Simply attach the Whip antenna to the “Outside Antenna” port of your amplifier. It bends and will attach very easily. Pro tip: Having enough separation between the two antennas prevents oscillation. Make sure there is at least 20 feet vertical or 50 feet horizontal distance between the two.
  5. Power on: Plug in the power supply to the Amplifier and to the wall outlet. The amplifier will sync up and if you see the yellow LED come on, it’s working. Adjust the gain on your dial (keep it at maximum for best results), and check to see near the inside antenna how much better signal you’re getting. Pro tip: Any post-installation adjustments like relocating the Omni Antenna will require rebooting the amplifier. Simply unplug the power supply for 5-10 seconds and replug to reboot the system.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Install the Outside Antenna?

The SureCall Fusion4Home comes with either an omnidirectional or yagi directional antenna. Installing either is roughly the same except for one difference: the yagi antenna needs to be pointed at your source of signal, or cell tower.

No matter what antenna you have, we recommend placing it as high as possible on your roof. This helps reduce oscillation between the outside antenna and the indoor antenna. The antenna should be securely fastened to a pipe, mounting pole, or protrusion. Make sure your connectors are weatherproofed.

If you have a yagi antenna, you’ll want to find your nearest cell tower and point the antenna toward it. That will gain you the largest amount of signal.

Your cable will need to be run inside your home and hooked up to the amplifier. Then, set up your indoor antenna with 20 feet of vertical or 50 feet of horizontal distance separating it from your rooftop antenna, plug in your Fusion4Home amplifier, and switch it on. You should see a significant improvement in the quality of your signal

Please call us at 1-800-470-6777 for a free consultation and answers to any other questions you might have.

How Many Cellular Devices Can the Fusion4Home Support at One Time?

The SureCall Fusion4Home can support numerous devices. However, we tend to suggest a maximum of eight. Should you need more, we recommend a more powerful booster, such as the SureCall Fusion5s.

Which Outside Antenna Should I Get: the Yagi, or the Omni?

There are two considerations for which antenna you should get.

First, the strength of your outside signal. If your outside signal is weak, get a yagi every time. If your outside signal is strong, you can get away with an omni antenna.

Second, whether you want an easier installation. Installing an omni antenna doesn’t require you to point the yagi toward your nearest cell tower, so you can skip a few steps when installing. However, omni antennas are less powerful, so if you want to squeeze every inch of signal out of your system, we recommend putting in the extra time for the yagi.

Which Inside Antenna Should I Get: the Panel, the Dome, or the Whip?

This depends on two factors: the layout of the space, and the strength of your signal.

If your home or office has a lot of open spaces, we recommend a dome. The panel antenna works best in hallways or smaller rooms, and the whip antenna is excellent for desktop spaces.

However, if you need to squeeze every bit of signal from your system, we recommend a panel antenna.

Does the Fusion4Home Work Inside of an Apartment or Multi-Family Housing Unit Like a Condo or Townhome?

It can. However, you will need access to your roof or elevated area to install the outside antenna. If you do not have access to this, we recommend the SureCall EZ 4G, which is optimized for apartments.

Do I Need to Contact My Carrier for the SureCall Fusion4Home to Work?

Registration with your carrier is required by FCC regulations.

Can the SureCall Fusion4Home Be Expanded With More/Stronger Antennas?

Absolutely! We recommend this in order to expand your coverage. Should you decide to buy an extra indoor antenna, you will need a splitter and extra lengths of cable in order to make use of it.

This applies to the outdoor antenna as well. Should you find that the included yagi/omni antenna is not powerful enough for what you need, you can always upgrade it with an Ultra High Gain or LPDA antenna.

Can the Input Signal from Your Cell Phone be Password Protected?

No, you cannot protect cellular signal with a password. Everyone who enters your home or office will receive boosted signal.

How Long Can the Cable Run be Between the Amplifier and the Antennas? Is there a Difference if More (3-4 total) Indoor Antennas are Installed?

There are two pieces of information to keep in mind when talking about cable runs.

First, the shorter the better. If you can get away with a shorter run, do it. We never recommend cable runs of longer than 100 ft with the included RG6 cable. Should you have need of a longer run, upgrade your cable.

Second, bear in mind separation between antennas. In order for your system to work as well as it can, you’ll want around 20 ft of vertical or 50 ft of horizontal separation between your indoor and outdoor antennas. This is a caveat to the above point: your cable runs should always be longer than 20 ft vertically or 50 ft horizontally between both antennas.

What is the Return Policy?

All SureCall units, including the Fusion4Home, can be returned within 30 days. It also comes with a 2 year warranty.

Please call us at 1-800-470-6777 for a free consultation and answers to any other questions you might have.

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