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Nextivity Inc. of San Diego has introduced the Cel-Fi GO X Smart Signal Booster, what it says is the first carrier-class indoor / outdoor cellular coverage solution to feature industry leading 100 dB system gain and Nextivity’s unconditionally network safe guarantee.

Cel-Fi GO X leverages the Intelliboost signal processing to deliver the industry’s largest coverage footprint with the best voice and data wireless performance, according to the company. Cel-Fi GO X is NEMA 4 rated weather resistant and does not interfere with other wireless devices.

Cel-Fi GO X is built for multiple band configurations for use on U.S., Canadian, and Latin American mobile networks. The Cel-Fi product line, including Cel-Fi GO, will be featured at the IoT Evolution Expo in partnership with GetWireless this week at the Fort Lauderdale, Florida Convention Center.

Cel-Fi GO X is designed to maximize cellular coverage for 3G / 4G / LTE and provides coverage for spaces up to 15,000 square feet. Cel-Fi GO X can be placed indoors or outdoors, and is ideal for any location where cellular service is poor. The Cel-Fi GO X antenna can be positioned inside or outside the building, depending on the use case and best available signal strength. As a NEMA 4 rated system it can be placed in a variety of outdoor applications.

“Cel-Fi GO X is a coverage solution that overcomes structural obstacles that typically interfere with cellular signals,” said Werner Sievers, CEO of Nextivity. “Even with nearby cellular towers, buildings, hills, and interior walls can inhibit coverage. With Cel-Fi GO X, a strong cellular signal can be brought in from the macro network and boosted throughout the coverage area.”

Cost efficient and easy-to-deploy, Cel-Fi GO X can be installed in four simple steps by qualified installers or DIY enthusiasts.

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