If you own an RV, camper, or mobile home, no doubt you enjoy the open road. The highways and public campsites of America are your oyster – but there's one problem. Spotty cell phone reception plagues RV enthusiasts, preventing you from keeping up with your loved ones or your workplace. A mobile lifestyle is a tremendous life to lead. Don’t let bad cell signal be the most inconvenient part of your life. Cell phone signal boosters for RVs are affordable, easy ways to get consistent, clear cell signal inside your RV no matter where you find yourself. See all vehicle boosters, see all signal boosters.
RVs, or Recreational Vehicles, are a specific type of vehicle designed to provide all the comforts of home. A camper or mobile home are towed versions of the same. These are broken into several classes: Class A, or a luxury RV, Class B, or a camper van, Class C, a hybrid of Classes A and B, and finally a tow-behind mobile home. Each has different requirements and use cases for signal boosters.
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We have two main power option available: DC plug (cigarette lighter), or a hardwire power supply. Both are bundled with RV-designated signal boosters. However, certain signal boosters not designed specifically for RVs will only come with a DC power supply.
This is ok if you want your cigarette lighter power supply taken up by your booster, but many of our RV customers prefer hardwire power supplies, since you won’t have to think about them again. Let us know what you want, and we can make them available for you.
For RVs, it all depends on if you’re stationary or in motion.
In motion, you’ll be using some sort of omnidirectional antenna. These antennas are used because the vehicle is likely to change direction frequently, so you’ll always be pulling in signal no matter which direction you’re going. It provides less power and range than a stationary antenna, but is necessary while driving.
While stationary, you’ll want to use a yagi antenna. The Connect RV 65 comes with a standard Wilson yagi antenna, but if you’re really remote you might consider an even more powerful High Gain LPDA antenna. Either way, this is your best option if you spend most of your time parked, at a campsite, or otherwise stationary.
For more information and kitting options, call us at 1-800-568-2723 and we’ll be happy to help.
Cell phone signal boosters work in ANY vehicle, as there are so many amplifier, antenna, and power options for your exact situation. Give us a call at 1-800-568-2723 to get started!