|Frequency||824-894 MHz / 1850-1990 MHz|
|Gain||55 dB / 60 dB|
|Max Uplink Power||1200 mw / 1114 mw|
|Max Downlink Power||26 dBm / 25 dBm|
|Noise Figure||3 dB / 4 dB Nominal|
|Power Requirements||6 V AC / 3 A max|
|Connectors||FME-Male 50 ohms|
|Dimensions||5.6 x 3.6 x 1.7 inches / 14.2 x 9.1 x 4.4 cm|
|Weight||1.5 lbs / 0.7 kg|
Posted by Les Benson, Myrtle Beach,SC. 02-02-2014 on 4th Feb 2014
After talking to a Wilson rep, i was advised that this unit was the way to go for my fiberglass sided travel trailer. Since I travel, the omni antenna also was a must.My cell signal isn't bad currently but it did raise the signal to 4 bars and 3G,from just 3 bars.30 days isn't very much time to decide whether this unit will preform in most of my travels. The biggest problem for installation was where to mount and attach the units. The inside antenna could use velcro to secure, along with the quick attachment.I'll remount it with velcro eventually.I don't expect miracles with this unit, but I do expect better performance than what I had.
Posted by Tom, Anaheim, CA on 16th Jul 2013
I installed the kit in my 30' fifth wheel. Signal before I installed it was very week with dropped calls. Signal after installation was better and without dropped calls.
The signal was on roaming and stayed there the entire time. I had to stay very close to the indoor antennae otherwise the score would have been a 5. Didn't work with my hotspot very well.
Posted by Jan Miller Henderson NV on 7th Jul 2013
Ordering process and delivery were excellent - Customer Service helped me order correct product and received within just a few days. Assembly fairly straight forward. Biggest issue is lots of cable to trip over in RV and keeping external and internal antenna's 20 feet apart. It would help to have velcro strap to mount external antenna around external side view mirror of motor home. Also not sure if it amplified weak Wi Fi signal at one location.