Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e

Multi-Carrier Active DAS Hybrid for 3G/4G/5G Voice and Data.

Available in ASIA, EMEA and OCEANIA.
For North America, see model 4000/4000i

About QUATRA 4000e

Spotty cellular coverage, poor voice quality, dropped calls, and dead zones continue to plague employees and visitors in middleprise buildings. To solve that problem, Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e is an affordable, all-digital active DAS hybrid solution that provides uniform, high quality cellular signal throughout any building. This industry-leading system is also carrier approved and guaranteed network safe.

Unlike older analog boosters and passive DAS technology, Cel-Fi QUATRA delivers a cellular signal that is up to 1000x stronger. The system utilizes Cat5e cabling for RF and Power over Ethernet, with no signal attenuation right to the perimeter of the building. In addition to being the most powerful solution on the market, QUATRA is cost-effective and designed to be installed within days (compared to months typical of other solutions).

Off-Air or SuperCell Mode
with Fiber Expansion
Network Safe and Carrier Approved
with No Noise Guarantee
Remote Monitoring and
Management via WAVE Platform
Up to 100 dB Max Gain
for 3G/4G/5G Voice and Data
All Digital
Cat5e PoE/RFoE Solution
Scalable Up to 12,000 m2
Coverage per Network Unit

System Components

QUATRA 4000e Network Unit

The Network Unit (NU) is the hub of the system. The scalable design works with one to six Coverage Units to provide up to 11,600 m2 (125,000 ft2) of coverage, per Network Unit.

  • Provides donor signal to the Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e system
  • Provides power to Coverage Units (up to six)
  • Connects via ethernet or LTE Modem to the Cel-Fi WAVE Platform for remote monitoring and management

Model Number:
_ › Q44-E999CNU

QUATRA 4000e Coverage Unit

The Coverage Unit (CU) is the remote unit of the system that rebroadcasts the donor signal. The cost efficient and easy-to-deploy system leverages Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) for up to six CUs.

  • Provides coverage in the Cel-Fi QUATRA system (up to six per Network Unit)
  • Power delivered by Power-Over-Ethernet from the Network Unit
  • Self-configuring and self-optimizing
  • Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e CU is only compatible with Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e NU

Model Number:
_ › Q41-EXCU

QUATRA 4000e Fiber Hub

Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e Fiber Hub expands the Network Unit capacity from six to up to twelve Coverage Units. The fiber hub can be installed 2.0 km (1.24m) away from the NU to cover large spaces while maintaining the same signal quality throughout the system.

  • Multi-carrier Active DAS Hybrid
  • Donor source over fiber
  • Ofcom and ComReg Approved
  • SFP+ module not included​

Model Number:
_ › Q40-EFNU

Cel-FI WAVE Portal

Cel-Fi WAVE Portal

The Cel-Fi WAVE Portal is a cloud-based remote management platform that enables device management and maintenance of Cel-Fi QUATRA systems. The Cel-Fi WAVE platform is designed to also work on mobile phones which facilitates ease of use on site.


The Cel-Fi COMPASS is an RF site utility that enables installers and integrators to install and optimize the Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e. The Cel-Fi COMPASS requires the Cel-Fi WAVE PRO app and this complete solution enables installation and optimization of systems without the need for local Internet Connectivity.

Tech Specs

Bands Downlink MHz Uplink MHz Technology/Bandwidth
1 2110–2170 1920–1980 LTE / 20MHz
3 1805-1880 1710-1785 LTE / 20MHz
7 2620-2690 2500-2570 LTE / 20MHz
8 925-960 880-915 LTE / HSPA / 15MHz
20 791-821 832-862 LTE / 10MHz
40 2300-2390 2300-2390 TDD LTE / 20MHz
Network Unit Dimensions
Coverage Unit Dimensions
Power (NU only)

Voltage: 100 to 240VAC
Power (typical): 230W
Power (max): 321.3W


Operating temperature: 0° to 40°C
Max surface temperature: 44°C (measured at 30°C ambient)
Relative humidity: 0% to 95% (non-condensing)
Convection Cooling

External Ports

Interface type: RJ45
CUs supported: 6
Cables per CU: 2

RF Port Connector: 4.3-10 (female)

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