Installation Manual
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Mobile 4G Cobra
CELLULAR BOOSTER
User Guide &
Installation Manual
Model #TS125501
The Power To Stay Connected
Top Signal 4G Cobra
Contents
Top Signal 4G Booster
Introduction
Specifications
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Getting Started
How does a Signal Booster work?
Unpacking & Inspection
Warnings and Recommendations
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Installation Overview
Before Final Installation
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Cellular 850 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz, AWS and 700 MHz for both AT&T
and Verizon-4G LTE networks as well as the Sprint 4G LTE G-Block
of 1900 MHz
Installation cont.
When is a mobile signal booster needed?
Booster Overview and Adjustments
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Works with GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, HSPA+, EVDO, LTE
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For both 4G/3G Voice and Data
Overview
Amplifier Diagram
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Introduction:
This manual provides information pertaining to the installation and operation of the Top Signal TS125501 Mobile 4G Amplifier which supports: Cellular 850 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz, AWS and 700 MHz for AT&T and Verizon-4G
LTE networks as well as the Sprint 4G LTE G-Block of 1900 MHz.
Specifications:
FCC Approved
Maz 50dB of Gain
AGC – Automatic Gain Level Control
AIC – Automatic Isolation Detection
Automatic Reset
FME Male connectors
Complete System with Antennas
Easy Setup with Manual
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Getting Started
Installation Overview
How does a signal booster work?
Before Final Installation:
The outside antenna takes weak signal from a cellular tower and sends it to
the booster through the outside cable. The booster will filter and amplify
the signal, then the inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal inside
of the vehicle to improve the user’s cellular signal. The signal booster will
help strengthen the weak communication between the cell tower and the
user’s cellular device.
1. Select a location for the signal booster away from direct sunlight,
heat, water and make sure it has proper ventilation. Do NOT install in a
sealed enclosure.
Unpacking & Inspection:
Take the components out of the box it was shipped in and perform a soft
installation. This will allow you to determine the correct locations for the
booster, outside donor antenna, inside antenna and cable pathways before anything is permanently mounted.
2. Before powering up the Signal Booster, verify that both the Outside Antenna and the Inside Antenna are connected and check that all connections are finger tight. Note: Be careful when plugging the connectors in
so as not to bend the center pins on the connectors.
3. Power the unit on, and check the indicator lights. Under normal function, all lights should be green. If lights do not show green, adjust the
location of your outside and inside antennas, or contact your Dealer or
Top Signal at 855-357-5500 and ask for technical support.
Inspect all parts and components for damage.
Warnings and Recommendations:
WARNING: RF Safety: Any antenna used with this device must be located
at least 8 inches away from any person.
CAUTION: Do not connect a mobile phone or mobile data device directly to
the booster with a cable. Damage to the phone, device or booster may result.
CAUTION: Use only the approved manufacturer power supply with this
booster. Other power supplies may cause damage to the booster.
CAUTION: Verify that both the Outside Antenna and Inside Antenna are
connected to the signal booster before powering it up.
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Installation cont.
Overview
When is a mobile signal booster needed?
Amplifier Diagram:
TURN-ON PROCEDURE:
In the event of a shut down, re-aligning or moving the indoor and/or
outdoor antennas may solve the problem.
When in a moving vehicle, the cellular device may experience weak or
intermittent cellular phone and data service. This can translate into call
failure, or inability to connect to the cellular data network. When this
occurs, it is generally due to one of two reasons:
1. Location of the nearest cell tower – cell towers are situated to
provide broad coverage; however, there are many areas in which
signal strength may be reduced by topographic features or by local
government restrictions on the height or placement of the towers
themselves. Rural areas generally have fewer cell towers than urban
regions.
Inside Antenna
Connection
Mounting Holes
Mounting Holes
2. Natural and man-made obstructions – signal strength can also be
negatively affected by trees, hills, buildings, weather, and other obstructions. You may be relatively close to a cell tower but still unable
to make a call.
Indicator/Warning
Lights
Booster Overview and Adjustment:
1. Outside Connection Port - This is the outside antenna connection for the
coax cable connected to the outside donor antenna.
2. Inside Connection Port - This is the inside antenna connection for the coax
cable connected to inside antenna(s).
3. Indicator/Alarm Lights - These lights will indicate if the booster is functioning correctly. A blinking green light indicates that the antennas are too
close together or that the booster is experiencing too strong of a signal from
outside.
Mounting Holes
Mounting Holes
4. The Power light (near the power plug) indicates that the power is turned on.
Power Adapter
Power Light
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Outside Antenna
Connection
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