• klaykrusher
    10
    Wondering if folks have run into issues with their cellular booster antennas not meeting the manufacturer minimum separation distances. I was looking at the specs for the RV65 and WeBoost wants a 20' vertical separation. For me, that would mean probably a 25-30' pole just to get high enough. Vertical separation makes even less sense.

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  • Fred
    1
    Hi - I am considering buying the RV 65 and looking at the installation guide and spec sheet I don't see the information you posted about vertical and horizontal separation. They only mention getting adequate separation between the inside and outside antennas:
    https://www.wilsonsignalbooster.com/media/wysiwyg/Products/Kits/471203-RV65/Connect_RV_65_Install_Guide.pdf
    https://www.wilsonsignalbooster.com/media/wysiwyg/Products/Kits/471203-RV65/Connect_RV_65-471203_041718.pdf
    Can you tell me where you found those distances?
    Thank you!
  • klaykrusher
    10
    Hi Fred, looks like you caught me...I went back to look for the manual where I took the picture but cannot locate it. Closest I got was with the Connect 3G, it's in this link: https://fccid.io/PWO460005/User-Manual/User-Manual-3115494. Scroll down a little and you'll see on right hand side. At the time I was looking last year, I did call WeBoost to get clarification, but they were not too much help on specifics. They recommended the omnidirectional for my needs, 23' long motorhome. After looking again at the options, I will probably go with the 4G-X OTR and attach the antenna to my powered TV antenna. That way I just raise it from inside and don't have to mess around with manually lining it up all the time. I'm thinking the booster power also has something to do with distances between the two antennas, but not sure.
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