Drive X Fleet
Reaches far away cell towers
Boosts multiple users/devices
Improves vehicle tracking ability
Stay connected on the road
Drive Reach is our most powerful, in-vehicle cell signal booster yet. It’s designed to reach the farthest cell towers in remote areas; delivering the strongest coverage possible on the road.
Installed in minutes without tools, Drive Reach stops dropped calls while also improving voice quality, data speeds, and streaming capability.
Drive Reach works on all US carrier networks and is compatible with all phones and cellular devices as it simultaneously supports multiple users.
5G Compatible - weBoost is committed to the 5G movement, ensuring all our products work with 5G and support the latest in 5G technology.
- Product Highlights
Reaches cell towers up to 33% farther than the Drive Sleek
Hardwire power supply for added reliability
Works with cellular fleet tracking systems
- In the Box
Drive X Fleet Booster
Slim Low-Profile Antenna
12V Hardwire Power Supply
6’ RG58 Extension Cable
Hole-drilling Protective Tape
3/4 inch NMO Mount w/ 14 ft. cable
- How it Works1
Outside antenna pulls in cell signal from the closest tower.?2
Booster amplifies the signal received by outside antenna.3
Inside antenna distributes this new signal throughout vehicle.?
Affordable fleet connectivity
Drive X Fleet is our standard multi-user in-vehicle cell signal booster for fleet use. It’s specially designed for law enforcement, first-responder, government, and commercial vehicles.
With its high-performance NMO antenna,* Drive X Fleet keeps drivers and their crews in contact with dispatch and fleet managers; while also improving cellular connectivity inside the vehicle.
Drive X Fleet works on all US carrier networks and is compatible with all phones and cellular devices as it simultaneously supports multiple users.
*NMO antenna requires professional installation.
5G Compatible- weBoost is committed to the 5G movement, ensuring all our products work with 5G and support the latest in 5G technology.
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