Wilson 462105 DB Pro SmarTech III™ Amplifier Kit boosts talk, text, 2G, and 3G for most US carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, etc. (except for Clearwire and Nextel) for home or office, mid-sized area, up to 65 dB gain. This is the NEW FCC and IC certified 2014 model, complete DIY kit.
Dropped calls, poor voice quality (fish tank voice), low bars, lost internet connection, slow downloads, limited reception or range... these are common and frustrating cell phone reception problems. When everything you do doesn't improve your situation, trust in a Wilson Electronics cell phone signal booster, an industry leader in wireless communications with over 40 years of reputable engineering and assembly.
The Wilson DB Pro signal booster with omnidirectional antenna is your answer, because it significantly amplifies signals and enhances performance, resulting in wider coverage, reliable service, stronger signals, faster data speeds, fewer no-service dead zones and interruptions. It's smooth sailing (or calling, texting, emailing...) from here on out.
Wilson DB Pro Booster Complete Kit includes:
Download the Installation Manual here
This is a CONSUMER device.
BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider's consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider.
There are no fees to register your device. Wilson Amplifiers provides a free service to help you along the way. Please check out our blog for more information.
Posted by George Hollins, Alabama on 7th Jul 2015
I purchased this amp after the last one (also a Wilson) quit(after 5 years). This one works better than any I`ve seen. I have little to no service in my house. 1 bar in my yard. Now i have 3 bars in the worst place in the house and full signal in my living room where the antenna is. I love this product and have already recommended to my family and friends.
Posted by Philip Krenc, Santa Fe, New Mexico on 14th Jan 2015
When building my home in 2012 I had problems making and receiving phone calls while the home was under construction. I discovered, after the house was framed, that I got reasonable cell phone coverage if I made calls while on the roof. After moving in to the house I subscribed to a wireless internet service from a local provider, as DSL and cable were not available in my area. I purchased a network extender from my cell phone provider which connected to the internet and converted my cell phone calls to VOIP calls. The network extender worked okay some of the time, but due to the nature of my wireless internet service, latency was a problem and often resulted in garbled cell phone conversations through the network extender. I did some research and saw good reviews of the Wilson DB Pro line of cell phone boosters. After checking signal strength from the location on my house where the external antenna would be installed I discovered I was a good candidate for the DB Pro. I installed the system about a week ago and have not had a garbled cell phone conversation or a dropped call since completing the installation. I have already recommended this system to neighbors in my area.
Posted by Tom, Goodwine, IL on 25th Sep 2014
Just installed this amplifier in my new office which has metal siding and very poor cell signal.
It took time to install with running cables in attic however was able to complete ourselves. getting the distance between the inside and outside antenna was challenging, however after testing several configurations we came up with a working system. AT+T service went from 1 bar to full service, Verizon went from 1 bar to 2 or 3.
The 1 interior antenna works well in all offices in our 1600 sq. ft. building.
Directions for setting the gain were not real plain however we had to turn them down to get 2 green lights then after installing turned them up again.
I am pleased and would buy this again.
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