This item has been discontinued.
For our Canadian customers, the Wilson 8* series will soon run out of stock. Before being replaced by the Wilson 46* series, these products were unregulated by the FCC and IC, therefore, are more powerful than today's regulated boosters.
These legacy boosters are legal and grandfathered into program, and are in very limited supply.
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For US customers, please consider the Wilson 460113 MobilePro 3G.
Amplifier only; antennas and other accessories sold separately. Wilson's 801245 AG SOHO 55/60 dB Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) Amplifier is a robust 55/60 dB Adjustable Gain (AG) Dual-Band (850/1900 Mhz) signal booster designed to wirelessly enhance cell phone reception and increase data card performance in a single room, a small area and even in certain mobile applications. This dual band amplifier has recently been upgraded to a 60 dB gain device on the 1900 Mhz band range and 55 dB on the 850. The amplifier also features Adjustable Gain knobs providing the user with greater control and making inside antenna placement less challenging. Multiple simultaneous connections are supported wirelessly.
Works with all the major North American carriers, excluding Nextel/iDen networks. Also, this amplifier does not work on the 4G frequencies. The 801245 is customizable with a variety of indoor and outdoor antennas, making it useful not only in Small Office environments, but also demanding mobile applications like RV's, Buses, Emergency Vehicles and Boats. Please also check out the different pre-configured kits we carry based on this solid, yet versatile amp.
|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||6V 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 Ron - Northern Ontario on 26th Sep 2013
I installed this unit with a directional antenna in minutes and now have internet, data and voice communications at my very remote cabin in northern Ontario. I can now be "on-call" while enjoying my weekend get away. Safety is also much improved as I now have reliable phone service in the building. PS it operates from an inverter off a battery bank. Phone service was excellent in that they helped me order the correct materials for a successful installation including low noise cable, correct connectors etc.
Posted by swimfinz on 9th Oct 2012
..it is really easy guys 'n gals: as kids, we would all take the proverbial two soup cans, drill holes and stretch a string between the two cans and pretend we had our very own telephone! Of course, screaming as loud as our young lungs could manage probably did the magical "phone" trick!
Worry no more. This Wilson AG SOHO amp is the real deal. It is positioned between the two "soup cans" meaning thus: a rooftop antennae ( I have 3)
which is then cabled to this fine Wilson in line dual band amp. Install a duplexer, triplexer or quadplexer according to your own specific needs.
Wilson is a top flight company, all American made, a rarity. You will not be talking to some yahoos on the other side of the globe. Trust me, this makes a HUGE difference!
The signal (rec'd from distant cell phone tower, rec;d by rooftop antennae) then heads to Wilson amp and then to an internal panel antennae. Works like a charm. I have a a 1500 square foot basement that I constructed out of concrete block, rebar and core filled with concrete. And stucco'd.
If you enjoy Googling these things, I built a perfect "Farady Cage." In short, NO signal is going to get through. The nifty Wilson Cell Phone Booster Antennae addresses this problem quite nicely. You get to have your own soup cans with amp in your very own home, sweet eh?
Shortcomings? None with a Wilson product whatsoever. They tech guys and support staff are patient and explain what you will need. The dual band rooftop antennaes are the way to go for future demands, imho.
This is my 2nd Wilson amp as I got 5.5 years out of my first Wilson SOHO unit. When you mount your amp, employ a gang of washers or cut tubing to hold your amp AWAY from whatever it is you are mounting your amp to. You want HEAT DISSIPATION. Never forget this. An amp is essentially a pump. In this case, you are pumping a cell phone signal both ways. You will want free and ample airflow around your unit.
Conundrums? Data Packages offered by the plethora of cell phone carriers. Too bad they cannot decide upon ONE bandwidth for data needs. This is a bandwidth and industry issue.
Do not worry, go with Wilson! Call them up and they will answer your queries. The trick is to do YOUR installation with elegance and craftsmanship. A home handyman can do this installation. You need a plan, tools and Wilson Products. The rest is up to you!
Stay with it......
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