Yes, you should be able to install a vehicle signal booster yourself. Boosters requiring a permanent installation should be installed by a professional.
Signal boosters designed for use in a vehicle are generally much easier to install than a home or office signal booster. We'll cover the main types of vehicle signal boosters and the difficulty with installing them in this article.
Car & Truck Signal BoostersThe magnet mount antenna sticks to the top of the vehicle and the attached cable is run under the moulding of the door frame. The amplifier is placed under a seat, and the inside antenna or cradle is mounted on the dashboard. Finally, the power supply is plugged in to an available cigarette lighter, and the booster starts working.
RV Signal Boosters
This type of installation can be undertaken yourself, but may require professional assistance, depending on how hard it is to the run the cable into the RV.
Fleet Signal Boosters
A hole will need to be punched through the roof of the vehicle, and a permanent, NMO antenna will be attached with a bolt to the roof. The power supply will be hardwired to the batter, as opposed to a cigarette lighter power adapter that comes with the standard vehicle kits, and the amplifier permanently mounted out of the way.
Boat & Marine Signal Boosters
This type of installation can be undertaken yourself, but may require professional assistance, depending on how hard it is to the run the cable through the boat.