|By Business Wire||
|April 8, 2014 07:02 AM EDT||
Wilson Electronics (www.wilsonelectronics.com), manufacturer of North America’s top-selling line of cellular signal boosters, today announced its full line of cellular signal boosters has now completed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification.
With the recent FCC certification of Wilson Electronics MobilePro, designed for use in a vehicle or a small area such as a desktop, the company now has 12 signal boosters certified under the 2014 standards. Also included in the latest approvals was the newly announced DB Pro 4G, which is built to provide reliable voice and 4G data coverage inside today’s energy efficient but cellular unfriendly buildings.
“Completion of the FCC certification process for our consumer signal boosters is a major milestone for Wilson Electronics,” said Bob Van Buskirk, president and CEO of Wilson Electronics. “This is the culmination of more than a year of hard work by our entire team in order to ensure existing products and newly developed models comply with recently adopted FCC technical standards.”
The DB Pro 4G and the MobilePro will begin shipping shortly, and will be available via Wilson Electronics’ dealers and retail sales partners.
Both models work with all cellular devices and all U.S. service providers (except Clearwire), and support several simultaneous connections across multiple carriers. User benefits include fewer dropped calls and lost connections, fewer “dead zones,” faster data downloads, clearer voice quality and improved cellular device battery life.
The DB Pro 4G uses standard TV coax cable (RG-6), which is pre-wired in most homes, in order to connect the outside and inside antennas to the signal booster.
The MobilePro can be powered by a USB port or vehicle power outlet as well as by an AC outlet. Cellular devices connect wirelessly to the MobilePro, which boosts voice and 3G/2G data signals.
Like all Wilson Electronics signal boosters, these models feature SmarTech III™ cell site protections, which prevent the possibility of interference with cellular networks. The SmarTech III techniques were developed and refined by Wilson Electronics’ engineering and product development teams over more than a decade of research and development.
ABOUT WILSON ELECTRONICS, LLC
Wilson Electronics, LLC, a leader in the wireless communications industry for more than 40 years, designs and manufactures the industry’s broadest product portfolio of cellular signal boosters, antennas and related components that significantly improve fixed and mobile cellular communication for use in consumer, enterprise and industrial applications worldwide. All Wilson products are designed, manufactured and tested at the company's U.S. headquarters. Wilson signal booster product solutions fully comply with FCC regulations and are FCC type accepted and Industry Canada (IC) certificated. For more information visit www.wilsonelectronics.com.
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