Wilson Electronics debuts new line of professional-grade cellphone signal boosters
Wilson Electronics introduced a new line of professional-grade cell phone signal boosters that it said is built to bring strong, reliable cell coverage into larger interior spaces.
The Wilson Pro line of boosters are designed for installation in larger areas where signals are generally weak or blocked by materials used in a building’s construction like concrete and steel. And, according to Wilson, independent lab tests found that the Pro boosters can provide coverage for an indoor area up to six times larger than competing boosters.
“Wilson’s consumer signal booster lines have proven very popular, and we’re receiving requests for professional grade solutions, particularly to provide coverage for larger areas,” Laine Matthews, Director of Commercial Sales for Wilson Electronics, said in a statement. “Our Pro 70 and Pro 70 Plus signal boosters provide installation professionals with products backed by proven technology, that satisfy the needs of their customers.”
According to Wilson, the booster systems use antennas and an amplifier to capture available cellphone signals outside of a building, and they boost and amplify those signals throughout the interior of a building, providing higher uplink (phone-to-town) and downlink (tower-to-phone) power. The boosters work in the U.S. and Canada, boosting voice and data services, including 4G LTE.
“Patented self-optimizing Automatic Gain Control design minimizes installation time and automatically adjusts to any change in cell signal conditions, increasing or decreasing the required level of boost for any individual carrier’s signal as needed,” the company explained. “Because environmental changes, such as rain, can affect the boosting level inside a building, the Pro line helps businesses avoid frequent adjustments to their cell booster settings so they can spend more time on work and less time on company tech issues.”
For more information on pricing and availability, contact Wilson Electronics.