Cell phone connectivity is no longer a luxury. Today, it is a necessity.
St. George, Utah-based Wilson Electronics and its WilsonPro brand are helping to ensure that consumers receive quality cellular experiences they expect in today's world.
WilsonPro says its latest products, the 1000 and rack-mount 1000R cellular phone boosters, are its most powerful, single-output boosters. Designed for commercial applications, WilsonPro's latest products target enterprise/IT professionals that require improved cellular reception.
“Products that address enterprise cellular connectivity issues traditionally cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and take years to properly deploy,” says Bruce Lancaster, CEO of Wilson Electronics. “Businesses now have another option — Wilson's enterprise-grade products, including the addition of the 1000 and 1000R, which are designed to reduce business costs, while improving efficiency. WilsonPro is able to offer quick enterprise deployments that work exceptionally well and are a fraction of traditional DAS [distributed antenna systems].”
The 1000 and 1000R boosters are designed to increase cell signal coverage, including 4GLTE, in large spaces. WilsonPro says integrators can install the the 1000/1000R into locations such as hospitals, hotels, warehouses, retail spaces and offices. Residential integrators can use the 1000/1000R boosters for large homes and MDUs.
The boosters deliver up to 50 percent more indoor cellular coverage than standard boosters. Like Wilson's other products, the 1000/1000R boosters incorporate cell site protection that auto-detects and minimizes cell tower interference.
Other features built into the 1000/1000R include color LCD screens with four-way navigation to provide easy-to-use interfaces for dealers to install the products and the company's eXtended Dynamic Range (XDR) technology.
XDR technology enables the 1000/1000R products to tolerate strong incoming signals to help prevent the products from shutting down. XDR automatically reduces signal gain when signals that are too strong threaten to overpower the boosters, while maintaining signal coverage throughout a building.