Introducing Cel-Fi cellular signal boosters!

No one solution fits everyone. That’s why Solid Signal has well over 30,000 different parts for every possible need. It’s true with antennas, it’s true with satellite equipment, and it’s certainly true with cellular signal boosters.

Cel-Fi signal boosters are different

Cel-Fi’s cellular signal boosters are different from other boosters. The company concentrates on solutions that work in a lot of different situations where traditional boosters would not.

Cel-Fi DUO

Cel-Fi Duo boosters provide the maximum possible boost for a single carrier. They do so with an innovative wireless link between the two antennas. In this way they provide levels of amplification that are higher than any other company.

Installation of these boosters is easy. Put one box where you get signal, put one box where you need signal. There’s not much more than that.

Cel-Fi GO

The Cel-Fi Go line of boosters delivers maximum power in mobile applications by serving only one carrier at a time. Unlike other boosters which work with all carriers, you pick the carrier you want to boost and you get maximum power. If your whole family uses AT&T, why not get the max possible boost from your system by choosing an AT&T-only booster? It only makes sense.


The Cel-Fi Quatra line takes things even further. It’s an industrial quality DAS system that delivers max power and communicates using ethernet cable instead of coax. By using category cable it’s a lot easier to manage and wire, and often you can cover a much larger area more easily. Like other Cel-Fi products, it’s carrier-specific. This can work well if everyone has a company cell phone.



Here’s one booster that no one else has. The GO RED delivers max boost for first responder headquarters. It’s one of the few boosters that actually boosts the FirstNet bands. It doesn’t have any other boost capacity so it won’t interfere with other booster systems you have in place.

The Cel-Fi difference

Cel-Fi boosters come at the problem of signal boost from a completely different way. Different strokes for different folks as they say. A lot of people are really well served by multi-frequency boosters that will work with whatever comes their way. On the other hand if you know what carrier you want to boost, you can get a lot more “bang for the buck” by using a booster that only works with that one carrier.

Also, by using Ethernet cabling instead of coaxial cable, you can very quickly put in a booster system in an established building. This makes it easy to get up and running in a temporary location or in a building that’s going to eventually host a cell tower of its own.

What about 5G?

At this time, there is no cell booster from any manufacturer that handles 5G. I would expect that sometime around 2021, based on the fact that the FCC needs to approve these things well ahead of time. Right now, cities and towns across the country are deciding on implementation plans for 5G cell towers. When they do, you’ll have a better idea if you’ll need a booster. Of course there’s no reason to wait around with bad cell service!

Get a cellular signal booster today

If you’re looking to improve your cellular service, choose a Cel-Fi booster from Solid Signal or one of the many other options we have available! If you don’t know what you need, give us a call at 888-233-7563 or fill out the form below.


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Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.