The Cel-Fi Go G51 is a self-Configuring 5G NR cellular coverage solution that is now available in Australia. The G51 repeater offers network selection (Telstra, Optus or Vodafone) and delivers industry-leading signal gain up to 100 dB to overcome mid-band 5G NR coverage challenges that no other solution can.


In addition to unmatched performance, GO G51 is compact, easy-to-use, and does not require manual configuration, making it easier than ever before for building owners to equip their buildings with 5G connectivity and ensure better voice quality, 5G data speeds, and fewer dropped calls. GO G51 is perfect for small- to medium-sized buildings, operator approved, unconditionally network safe, and offers the flexibility to support various 3G/4G and 5G cellular networks.

Non-existent cellular coverage, poor voice quality, dropped calls, and dead zones continue to plague businesses and their clients. To solve that problem, Cel-Fi Quatra is an affordable, all-digital active DAS hybrid solution that provides uniform, high quality cellular signal throughout any building. This indus-try-leading system is also carrier approved and guaranteed network safe.

All Cel-Fi systems employ self-organizing edge intelligence to constantly monitor power levels and donor-to-server antenna RF feedback with active echo cancellation. This automatically ensures maximum coverage power without interfering with operator networks and other local radio systems.

5G NR Coverage
Supports mid-band (3.5 GHz) with 100 MHz channel bandwidth

Set up without any testing or manual configuration

3GPP Compliance
Release 17 NR repeater standard (TS 38.106 Rel 17)

Network Flexibility
Dual-band relay for 3G, 4G and 5G cellular networks

Best Performance
Latest 4th generation Nextivity proprietary IntelliBoost chip

Industry-Leading Signal Gain
Up to 100 dB solves coverage challenges other solutions can’t

Network Safe
Operator Approved with No Noise Guarantee

Nextivity WAVE
Monitoring and management through WAVE Portal and App

Additional Info

Professional design and installation is recommended. A DAS (distributed antenna system) design may be required to ensure your coverage requirements are addressed.