Booster Solutions

The solution to dropped calls and slow data speeds

Cell phone signal boosters overcome the problem of dropped calls, limited range and slow data rates for cell phones and data cards by amplifying weak cellular signals. Improving signal strength will also vastly improve battery charge times on your phone.

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Signal boosters are able to pick up weak cellular signals from a cell tower and transmit them to your cellular device, and then re-transmit a more powerful signal back to the tower.


We carry products like weBoost (formerly Wilson Electronics) and Surecall that are available as easy to use plug-and-play kits for home, office or vehicles, or we can custom configure your own cellular repeater system for your unique application by choosing specific boosters and antennas. It is important to use the proper booster for the area that you are located in. Starview has software to access current tower information and locations that indicate the frequencies that are being broadcast in a specific area. This allows us to match the proper booster for your specific location. Our boosters will also work on all of the Canadian carrier’s frequencies.

Our technicians can work with you to structure the best product for your application to provide the best possible signal boost capabilities, while preventing oscillation (feedback), power overloads and protecting cell towers.

  • Mobile cell phone signal boosters are great for cars.
  • On the water, camping, or driving, mobile cell phone signal boosters keep you connected.
  • Extend coverage with cell phone boosters.
  • Increase battery life – cell phones use less power when the signal is stronger.


SureCall Flare 3.0 Kit
MSRP: $549.99

With the new SureCall Flare 3.0 Cellphone Signal Booster the void left by dropped calls and inconsistent 4G/LTE coverage will be a thing of the past and allow for less time spent wandering around aimlessly with a phone or tablet pointed in the air like we have all done before. The two-piece Flare Signal Booster will look good sitting on an end table or bookshelf and give you the option of where you want the best signal, covering up to 3000 square feet of space. Flare works with all Canadian carriers. With only one cable connecting the external antenna with the Flare combined booster and indoor antenna, setup is easy.

Included in package:

  • Combined indoor antenna and signal booster (one unit)
  • Outdoor directional yagi antenna
  • RG-6 coax cable (50 ft)
  • AC power supply


WeBoost 4G Connect Kit
MSRP: $799.99

The 4G Connect kit is designed to service a few rooms in key areas of a large home, a home around 1200 sq. ft., cabins and anywhere in remote cellular coverage areas. Installation is relatively easy, the hardest part being, finding which direction you need to point your outdoor directional antenna. This is made easier with any number of “find my cellphone tower” apps (searchable in the Apple and Google Play app stores).

Included in package(s):

  • 4G/LTE Booster
  • Indoor Panel Antenna (680WI311155)
  • Outdoor Directional Antenna (680WI314475)
  • Power Supply (690WI859948)
  • Two 30′ Length Coaxial Cables (670WI950630)


SureCall Fusion4Home 3.0 Max Kit
MSRP: $599.99

The new Fusion4Home 3.0 is built for Canada and we aren’t just saying that. It’s literally MADE FOR CANADA. We are a rugged tough bunch of lumberjacks up here and so why not build a signal booster to meet all our needs? SureCall delivers everything you need at a price that is manageable with the base model Fusion4Home 3.0 Max In-Building Signal Booster. Servicing an area of around 3000 square feet, Fusion4Home offers strong signal boosting to multiple rooms in your home, bringing slow data, crackly calls and unsent text messages back to blazing fast 3G/4G/LTE speeds and works with all Canadian carriers. Not to mention, the metal exterior of the booster means it is made to last.

Included in package:

  • Fusion 4 Home Max Signal Booster
  • Outside Yagi Antenna
  • Interior Whip (Right Angle) Antenna
  • 50’ RG6 coax cable
  • Power Supply


SureCall Fusion4Home 3.0 Yagi/Panel Kit
MSRP: $699.99

This is the same unit as the Fusion4Home 3.0 Max, but removes the Interior Whip Antenna and instead uses a much more powerful Inside Directional Panel Antenna for increased coverage area. This gives you a larger area of boosted signal to free up the movements of multiple users around the office, worksite, home or farm or anywhere else you could think to use the Fusion4Home. No one likes having to search around with their phone in the air looking for a signal, so with the Inside Directional Panel Antenna, you will not have to worry about where you’re standing. Stream, talk and text on the fringe of cellular networks with confidence.

Included in package:

  • Fusion 4 Home Max Signal Booster
  • Outside Yagi Antenna
  • Inside Directional Panel Antenna
  • 50’ RG6 coax cable
  • 20’ SC-240 Cable
  • Power Supply

In Vehicle Booster Solutions

We carry various in vehicle boosters, either wireless or direct connect, to get you talking no matter where you are. There are endless options in regards to antennas, cradles and mounting brackets.

Call us today and our sales team can help you get the system you need!

In Building Booster Solutions

Starview Communications carries a complete line of in building boosters – to suit the smallest home or RV trailer, to large shops and commercial buildings! Our technicians can install cellular signal boosters, with high gain antenna’s if necessary, and a broadcast system of interior antennas to ensure all the cell phones in your home, office, or shop have the best service possible.

Call us today and our sales team can help you get the system you need!

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Installation Overview

Installing most Signal Booster Kit systems is fairly straightforward, but will require running cable from the roof or elevated location into the building, as well as potentially drilling and screwing in components.

If you feel comfortable with this level of installation, then feel free to try installing on your own, otherwise you may want to consider hiring one of our technicians to assist in the installation.

Additionally, before you begin, we recommend that you start with a soft installation, where you don’t permanently mount components, drill holes or finalize cable runs until you’re sure that the system is performing to the level that you would like. Once you’ve tested out antenna and component locations, and are satisfied with the results, then you can go ahead and permanently install everything. Finally, read through the entire set of installation instructions in the included manuals and online help before beginning.


Step 1

Start the installation from the roof and work your way into the house. First, start by determining the part of the roof that receives the best signal, as you’ll want to locate the directional antenna there and ideally aim it away from the house (and not back over the roof). Once you’ve identified the portion of the roof which is best, locate the vertical pole which you’ll be mounting the yagi directional antenna as high up on the roof as possible. Attach the directional antenna and temporarily aim it away from the house. Run the 75 ft. cable from the antenna into the attic of the house, if possible through a vent or soffit, but you may need to drill a hole at this step.

Step 2

Once the cable is inside the house, we recommend running the cables and locating the inside antenna in the attic of the house (If this is not possible, please call us to discuss other installation locations). The amplifier can either be located in the attic if there is an area with AC power, or down in the living space for easier access. To start run the cable to the area where you plan to locate the amplifier. If you’ve purchased a lighting surge protector, attach that now, and then connect the 2ft cable to the “Outside Antenna” port of the amplifier. Otherwise directly connect the outside cable to the “Outside Antenna” port. Connect the 60 ft cable to the “Inside Port” on the other side of the amplifier, and run it to the center of the attic. Connect the panel antenna and lay it face down on the floor of the attic.

Step 3

Once all of the components are connected, power on the amplifier by plugging it in. As it’s powering up, you should see the lights flashing, and then check to see that they turn solid green. If the lights are not solid green, check out the portion of the owner’s manual that discusses the indicator lights to find out what they mean. Of, you can always contact us for help.

Step 4

Directional antennas must be aimed for best results. When aiming and when mounting the antenna, make sure that it is parallel with the ground, do not aim it up at the sky or down at the ground. Start with the antenna high on the roof pointed in one direction. Turn on the system and have a person inside stand 10 ft in front of the inside antenna and take a signal reading with their phone in field test mode. Rotate the outside antenna 45 degrees (1/8th of the way around) and then pause for 60 seconds. After the pause, the person inside should take another signal reading from exactly the same spot, and then you can repeat the process. After you’ve gone all the way around, mount the antenna facing in the direction with the strongest signal (decibel signal reading will be closest to 0). If possible, also mount the antenna on that side of the home or office so that it’s pointing away from the building and not over the building. The included manuals are very helpful and we recommend reading through it before beginning the installation.

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