New Boosters at MobileCON

10/9/2012

Communicating inside buildings can be difficult, due to weak cellular signals. But with indoor cellular signal boosters, voice and data communications can be improved. Today, at CTIA’s MobileCON, Wilson Electronics, www.wilsonelectronics.com, announced a new line of 4G boosters.

According to Wilson Electronics, new thermally efficient office and commercial buildings are constructed to comply with codes and often prevent cellular signals from going through walls and low-emittance windows. The new multi-band boosters from Wilson Electronics amplify signals for devices operating on AT&T, www.att.com, Verizon Wireless, www.verizonwireless.com, and T-Mobile, www.t-mobile.com, 4G networks.

Laine Matthews, director of business development, Wilson Electronics, says, “Even in areas covered by strong cellular signal, wireless service customers inside buildings often cannot access reliable service. These boosters amplify available signals and bring them inside the building so people working, living, or shopping have strong, reliable cell service for voice and data.”


The new models boost existing cellular and PCS frequency bands and services in addition to 4G frequencies. Similar to other Wilson Electronics indoor signal boosters, the new models also include cell site protection technologies to prevent the possible interference with any nearby cell tower.

Boosters allow for fewer dropped connections, faster data transfer rates, and improved battery life overall. These new boosters from Wilson Electronics will amplify signals on 4G networks, as well as legacy networks.





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