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Supporting medical professionals and government agencies that are serving the public during the coronavirus, Wilson Electronics has introduced its WilsonPro Rapid Deploy Kit. Wilson Electronics says the WilsonPro Rapid Deploy Kit is designed to enable electronics professionals to provide cellular network connectivity to hospitals, temporary care facilities and other buildings that are helping the sick. […]
Robert Archer · May 04, 2020
Wilson Electronics’ weBoost $1,199 ‘Installed Home Complete’ cellphone signal booster package will be installed by OnTech by Dish.
Jason Knott · April 22, 2020
5G will alter cellphone signal booster design, often requiring an antenna in every room. Also, electric vehicle charging stations are big sales opportunity.
Jason Knott · January 24, 2020
Lighting, wellness, biophilia, architects, marketing, business processes, Oh Canada! Oh my!
Julie Jacobson · November 12, 2019
Wilson continues to lead the cell phone signal booster market by a wide margin, but SureCall makes strides to narrow the gap to 37 dealers.
Robert Archer · June 13, 2017
WilsonPro claims its new new Pro 1050 Inline Cellular Amplifier System is the first inline cellular booster system approved by the FCC and wireless carriers.
Robert Archer · May 08, 2017
WilsonPro’s 1000 and 1000R cell phone signal boosters are designed to provide cellular coverage, as well as improved voice, data and 4GLTE in commercial spaces.
Robert Archer · March 10, 2017
An all-in-one signal booster is great for home installs where the cellular, Wi-Fi or HDTV signals are weak. For larger buildings, consider a professional rack-mounted commercial signal booster.
Advertorial · October 12, 2016
Survey of CE Pro 100 top home technology integrators reveals the most-specified brands in these home networking and connectivity categories as part of our annual Brand Analysis.
Robert Archer · June 10, 2016
Wilson Electronics’ consumer brand weBoost launched the eqo at CES 2016, a sleek plug-and-play cellphone signal booster that covers 1,200 square feet in a home with no external antenna.
Jason Knott · January 20, 2016