Wilson Electronics has been in business for four decades – but one of the company’s major milestones just took place when the FCC (News - Alert) gave the company the commission’s certification on four new products related to network protection. Wilson helped to design the mobile cellular signal boosters, and these four are the first to receive the certification.
“That’s one of the big things that we have – are these new FCC certified units that have the technology that prevents any kind of interference to the cellular network,” Broc Jenkins, the company’s national account manager, told Jennifer Terentiuk, marketing director at TMC, during ITEXPO (News - Alert) Miami. “That just ensures that the solution that’s being implemented by an integrator or even by an end user is going to be safe to this other network – and will be a very valuable consumer tool for them.”
The signal boosters – the Mobile 3G and the Sleek – work with all service providers and cell devices in North America. The Mobile 3G allows for multiple voice and data connections across multiple carriers at the same time. The booster system does not need a physical link to a cellular device. The Mobile 3G provides the maximum signal enhancement of 50 decibels (dB).
The Sleek features signal booster, antenna and phone cradle in a single unit. The Sleek’s measurements are 2.5 by 4.5 by 2.5 inches, and it weighs three ounces. Installation is easy.
These signal boosters, as do all from Wilson Electronics, feature SmarTech III cell site protection. They prevent interference with cellular networks. And they offer such benefits as limiting dropped calls or lost connections, as well as limiting “dead zones,” and data downloads are quicker, voice quality is clearer, and there is better battery life.
In addition, Wilson is known as being the maker of North America’s top-selling line of cellular signal boosters.