on January 25, 2016 James N
Wilson Electronics (weBoost), the leading manufacturer of residential cell phone signal boosters now focuses on the industrial and enterprise level. The new Wilson Pro cell phone signal boosters are best-in-class pro-grade amplifiers that boost 3G & 4G LTE signals in a multi-story building or large venue.
The WilsonPro signal booster improves cell reception and coverage with 4 easy steps:
More bars, more reliable talk & text, faster internet for hundreds of cell phones, tablets, and other cellular devices. It's that easy.
When compared to the competition? It's not even close. Compared to a distributed antenna system (DAS), a commercial signal booster is significantly cheaper for the same amount of coverage. Ranging from 1/3 of the cost of a DAS system to even less. There's more to read about pros and cons of signal boosters vs DAS.
Picocells and femtocells require using landline internet to boost cell signal. That's a double dip in charges and it also slows down internet bandwidth.
And unlike DAS systems, picocells, and femtocells, cell phone signal boosters aren't carrier specific. They work on all major carriers on all cellular devices.
The only closest competitor is the Surecall Force5. Although both are comparable in terms of coverage, the Force 5 is double the price. The WilsonPro signal boosters are made to be both powerful and cost-efficient.
The Wilson Pro Signal Boosters come in two coverage types (25,000 sq ft or 50,000 sq ft) and two Ohm systems (50 Ohm or 75 Ohm). In layman's terms, Ohm deals with cable compatibility.
75 Ohm cables are the normal coax cable we find in most homes that are used for TVs, cable/satellite boxes, Internet routers, etc.
Because they are widely popular in America and pre-wired and installed in many buildings and homes, many people prefer to install a 75 Ohm system for the sake of convenience. A 50 Ohm system is slightly more efficient in terms of dealing with signal loss especially with running longer cables, so business customers who want the absolute best signal possible should consider the 50 Ohm system.
(If you have any questions about Ohm, cables, coverage, and compatibility, email us at email@example.com.)
Wilson Pro 70 (465134) Signal Booster (50 Ohm) / Wilson Pro 70 (463134) Signal Booster (75 Ohm)
With up to 25,000 sq ft of coverage, the Wilson Pro 70 is a great performer in remote, rural areas as well as the city. It improves all 3G & 4G LTE data resulting in reliable connections, clear calls, speedy text messages, and faster internet.
Wilson Pro 70 Plus (463127) Signal Booster (50 Ohm) / Wilson Pro 70 (460127) Signal Booster (75 Ohm)
With up to 50,000 sq ft of coverage, the Wilson Pro 70 Plus is made for the city and other urban areas. The maxed uplink & downlink power means that if the system is able to receive strong signal (meaning the main reason for lack of signal isn't cell tower distance but building material interference), the system is able to give an additional +12 dB which means wider coverage and stronger performance.
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