140K coverage is not new, but with one cell phone amplifier IS!

Here are few outstanding features and competitive advantages of Wilson Pro 4000R Cell Phone Signal Booster 460131 (now WilsonPro 460231)

Better Control with On-Board Software: To ensure greater connectivity throughout multi-storey buildings and other large spaces indoors, each interior antenna path is automatically and independently controlled with onboard software. Each port is independently controlled and has ability to maneuver its gain level (either up or down) as determined by the signal environment’s conditions. This is done without disrupting coverage from other antennas. Wilson Pro 4000 R’s software’s thus an artificial intelligence marvel.
Overpowering Won’t Cause Shutdown: Wilson-Pro 4000-R booster won’t shut down, regardless of how strong the incoming signal may be. Due to the amazing technology of XDR, the booster will continue to work in the strongest signal environments where others would shut down to meet original FCC regulations. However, the XDR technology enables it to stay powered but reduce the gain down to zero but rise again when overpowering signals subside. This saves precious time and maintenance headaches.
Sophisticated Software: Cellular signals are continuously fluctuating. However, the booster always operates at maximum gain because the software constantly monitors signal levels and makes adjustments accordingly. This level of sophistication in cellular signal amplifier provides consistent and stable reception indoors in extremely large spaces of 100,000 square feet to 140,000 sq. ft. With its “intelligent control” feature, signal gain is automatically adjusted with WilsonPro cellular booster, ensuring the building receives even signal coverage.
Easier Access with Color LCD: Wilson 4000R has a very clear and illustrative color LCD screen. The four-way navigation button beside the colored display enables users to go through all settings in order to ensure peak performance, with ease. Unlike other boosters, this Wilson 4000-R feature provides integrators effective and easy control of the product from start to finish. Wilson4000R also assists them in maintaining the booster system to make manual adjustments to uplink and downlink gain levels for each band.
More Downlink Power: In environments where the incoming signal is weak, at least +12 dB more down link power than any of its competitors ensures a stronger cell signal. The benefit achieved is a stronger signal sent to the inside antennas, thus covering a larger area from a single booster. This is the main feature of any cellular amplifier system and this Wilson Electronics’ commercial grade booster system provides the best output making Wilson 4000 R, the flagship product of its Wilson Pro Series boosters.
Higher Uplink Power: A higher uplink power provides up to +3 dB more than any of its competitors, resulting in a stronger signal transmitted to the tower. An increased range from the cell site and greater user capacity is assured. In commercial and industrial environments, high aggregate cellular usage capacity is extremely important. It is crucial because businesses cannot afford cellular congestion resulting in less than optimal performance. This booster rises and meets the challenge by providing highest uplink power.


Small cottages, cabins, out-houses nooks and corners that are off the grid, not my choice can now speak!

Living in a remote, rural area also means having limited cell phone signal. And dropping calls, unable to use the internet, and at best, having spotty service isn’t quite the ultimate convenience you’re hoping for.
And let’s not forget about emergencies, too. Being able to connect becomes the only thing that matters then.
But there are some solutions
1. Wifi Calling
If your cabin has landline internet connection (like AT&T Uverse or Time Warner Cable), your phone may be able to use a feature called Wi-Fi calling. Meaning it uses your broadband landline to make calls instead of using cellular 3G & 4G LTE signals.
The following are the major carriers:
T-Mobile (supports any Wi-fi capable phones)
Verizon (supports select Samsung, Apple, LG, and HTC models)
AT&T (supports mostly Samsung Galaxy & Apple iPhone models)
Sprint (supports most Android & Apple phones)
If you don’t have landline internet, then this can’t be an option.
2. Your Carrier Builds a New Tower Near You
Carriers are always building new cell towers; however, most are built where the customers are active.
In other words, if there are thousands of signal hungry citizens (i.e. money), AT&T will construct a tower. Most likely not, until Sprint or Verizon can justify the cost.
3. Cell Phone Signal Booster
Cell phone boosters (a.k.a cell phone repeaters) are all-carrier approved devices that boost weak 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE cellular signals.
If you have any type of weak outside signal, a cell phone signal booster potentially can deliver more bars, more coverage, better talk & text, and faster internet & data.
This is how a cell phone booster works in 3 easy steps:
1. The Outside Antenna pulls in weak signal surrounding your property.
2. The Amplifier boosts the signal multiple times, up to 32X.
3. The Inside Antenna rebroadcasts the enhanced signal inside your cabin.

The following are the key functions of a booster:

  • Boosts 2G, 3G, 4G LTE signals.
  • Works for all carriers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc)
  • Works for all cellular devices (cell phones, smartphones, tablets, etc.)
  • Complete easy-to-install kits
  • One-time purchase, no monthly fees or recurring fees
  • Set-&-forget-it devices, automatically adjusts for maximum signal boost
  • 2-year manufacturer’s warranty (anything goes wrong, you get a new one)
  • 30-day better signal or money back guarantee

  • Free shipping & no taxes outside Texas
  • Made in the USA
  • Disadvantages of a Booster:

  • Does not boost landline broadband wi-fi internet.
  • Does not create cellular signal. There must be some signal for it to boost.
  • Needs “enough” weak signal in order to provide decent signal amplification.

  • NOTE: Cell phone signals are basically radio waves (the AM/FM kind). They operate within a certain standard: -50 dB to -120 dB. dB stands for decibels.

    -50 dB is basically full bars. -120 dB is a dead zone.
    If your outside signal ranges from:

  • -50 to -89 dB, then a signal booster will produce very good signal boost inside your cabin (3 to 5 bars).
  • -90 to -99 dB, then a signal booster will produce good to average boost (2 to 4 bars).
  • -100 to -114 dB, then a signal booster will produce average to small boost (1 to 2 bars).
  • At -115 dB to -120 dB, a boost might have limited to no impact, unless you get a pro-grade model.
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    Say Bye to Dropped Calls and Hi to 5-Bar Signal

    Say Bye to Dropped Calls and Hi to 5-Bar Signal

    The Drive 3G-M amplifier wireless enhances cell signals for cellular devices (smartphones, tablets, Kindle, etc). With over 40 years of industry-leading telecom experience, We Boost has been resolving frustrating cell phone reception problems with FCC-certified signal boosters for weak signal areas in the city or remote rural areas.

    Prime features include:

    • Boosts 3G signals in a vehicle(cars, trucks, RVs and boats)
    • For multiple users (up to 4 people)
    • Enhances talk, text, and basic 3G LTE internet
    • Works on ALL phones
    • Carriers indoors

    Top 8 Benefits of this Product includes:

    Crystal clear voice

    Eliminates dropped calls

    Improved reception

    Wider coverage

    Faster uploads and downloads

    Longer battery life

    Reliable connection

    Reduced dead zones

    For people these it has become essential on the road to have a reliable source for seamless signal and a basic 3G internet. One is not able to deal with dropped calls while driving. Also, text messages get stuck and unsent.

    With this signal booster, one can get better talk & text on the road. Perfect for people who need great voice quality and less dropped calls and stuck text messages. This magical device works by pulling existing weak signal with a 12-inch high gain antenna, amplifying it multiple times with WeBoost’s patented SmarTech III technology and the redirecting to your vehicle. To see the best result, one can keep the phone with 18 inches of the inside antenna.



    Adverse Effects if Advancement in Technology!!

    On taking a cell phone apart, one would find a few individual parts, such as, an antenna, a liquid crystal display (LCD), a keyboard, a microphone, a speaker, and a battery. Inside the phone there is a circuit board which is otherwise called the heart of the system. First you would enter in room analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion chips which translate the outgoing audio signal from analog to digital and the incoming signal from digital back to analog. It can process millions of calculations per second in order to compress and decompress the voice stream. Then you would enter into the second room where the digital signal processor (DSP) is located.

    Here in this room you would soon discover that the DSP is a highly customized processor designed to perform signal manipulation calculations at high speed. Next, you would enter the third room with the microprocessor. The microprocessor handles all the main functions for the keyboard and display, deals with command and control signaling with the base station (cell tower) and also coordinates the rest of the functions on the board. The read only memory (ROM) and Flash memory chips provide storage for the phone’s operating system and customization features, such as the phone directory.

    The radio frequency (RF) and power section handles power management and recharging, and also deals with the hundreds of FM channel. Finally, the RF amplifiers handle signals traveling to and from the antenna.
    An analog signal has a base carrier’s radio frequency signal, which is modified in some way to amplify the strength of the signal or vary the frequency to add information to the signal. An analog signal can be represented as a series signal to a signal carrier known as sine waves because carrier waves are analogous to the fluctuations of the human voice or other sound that is being transmitted. Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS), the first common cell phone system in the U.S., uses a range of frequencies between 824MHz and 894 MHz for analog cell phones. A Hertz (Hz) is equal to cycles per second, while a MegeHertz (MHz) is equal to one million cycles per second.

    The frequencies chosen to be used in analog voice channels are 30 kHz wide, because it gives voice quality that is comparable to a wired telephone. The transmitter and receiver frequencies of each voice channel are separated by 45 MHZ, to keep them from interfering with each other. Each carrier has 395 voice channels and 21 control channels for activities of registration and paging. Each cell only uses about one-seventh of its frequencies. This helps a hexagonal cell and the six cells in the grid to all use the frequencies. Digital cell phones use the same radio technology in a different way.

    For instance, digital phones change voice into binary information (1 and 0) and then compresses it where this compression allows ten digital phones to occupy the same frequency space as one analog cell phone.
    Speech is sound in motion, but talking produces acoustic pressure. A telephone reproduces sound by electrical means. However, in wireless technology, a coder inside the mobile telephone converts sound to digital impulses on the transmitting side and on the receiving side it converts these impulses back to analog sounds.

    A coder or vocoder is a speech analyzer and synthesizer all in one. A vocoder is found in every digital wireless telephone and is part of a larger chip set called a digital signal processor. In this process, sound gets modeled and transmitted on one end of the vocoder and on the receiving end, the speech synthesizer part, interprets the signal and produces a close match of the original.

    These sounds can vary because of telephone circuit’s resistance, while electrically representing speech with a continuous (analog) electromagnetic wave; however, digital signals remain stable for the length of their travel because digital signals are a mathematical or numerical representation of sound, with each sonic nuance captured as a binary number.

    On hearing sounds, your ears are responding to tiny, rapid changes in the pressure of the air. These changes are called sound waves. They can have a single frequency and constant amplitude. Hearing is a complex mixture of waves with different frequencies and amplitudes. Sound waves range from pure sine waves to complex combinations of waves. The normal human ear can perceive sound ranging in frequency from 20 to 20,000 Hz.16


    No Network Around ?? Worry Not When There is goTenna !!

    goTenna is a cognitive digital radio which is combined with an app that generates its own signal and automatically coordinates with other units within range. It does all the heavy-lifting, and allows one to chat 1-to-1, with a group, or even broadcast openly to anyone nearby.

    goTenna uses SMS messaging to provide internet access when there is no 3G or Wi-Fi availability. Where Be-Bound allows users to use email, check the weather and read the news, amongst other functionality, goTenna was developed with more serious applications in mind

    The goTenna is targeted for situations where there’s no signal at all. It was born after superstorm Sandy, the 2012 storm that knocked out cell service in parts of New York and New Jersey. In the aftermath, company co-founder Daniela Perdomo, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based tech entrepreneur originally from São Paulo, wondered if there might be a way to let people still use their smartphones without being susceptible to infrastructure failure. The GoTenna began shipping in October.

    Like its name suggests, the goTenna is a radio antenna. The construction of this device goes this way where it is about 6 inches long, it’s small and light enough to clip onto a backpack or jacket—but noticeable enough that people stopped me to ask what it was. It connects via Bluetooth to an Apple or Android phone, where the goTenna app can send and receive data through the antenna when it’s extended to 8 inches. The rechargeable battery lasts about 24 hours, or long enough to send 700 messages.

    The goTenna operates on some of the lowest frequencies (151 to 154 MHz) available without a radio license. Those frequencies allow digital signals to travel longer distances. But due to limited bandwidth, goTenna’s technology doesn’t send voice or photos. It only sends text messages and GPS coordinates—sufficient both for telling a buddy you’ve found the perfect campsite…or flagging a helicopter to come get you off that godforsaken mountain.

    goTenna’s app is a product of the smartphone age, but the antenna itself is old-school radio. It works best in areas that are mostly flat, or where there is a clear line of sight between both antennas.

    goTenna pairs with an iOS or Android device via Bluetooth low energy. Its app will automatically continue to try and send a message until successful and will notify users when a message has been sent. It is possible to send group messages, to send encrypted and “self-destructing” messages to maintain privacy and to “shout” broadcasts to anyone within range.

    There are factors that can degrade or block goTenna signals, including glass, large buildings and random urban radio-frequency noise. Even holding it in your hand or attaching it too close to the ground on a backpack can hurt. The app doesn’t let  anyone know when you come in and out of range of another goTenna, just whether a message you’ve sent was received.

    goTenna communication, which can be encrypted from end to end, may also appeal to people who want to stay out of regular communication channels—potentially including criminals.




    SureCall 9.5″ Full Band Outdoor Omni 3G/4G Antenna

    This antenna is best for: 3G and 4G users who do not have line of sight to the cell tower or don’t want to worry about aiming an antenna; mobile users who need an omni antenna that covers 3G and 4G.

    Included in this package:

    SureCall SC-288W Full Band Omni antenna

    • Mounting hardware to mount to a flat stucco surface (if you plan to mount the antenna to wood/concrete/brick, you will need to buy wood or masonry screws separately from your local hardware store)


    • Model: SC-288W (formerly CM288W)
    • Frequency Range: 698-960/1700-2700MHz
    • Antenna gain: 2-3dB at 698-960 MHz; 3-4dB at 1700-2700 MHz
    • Impedance: 50ohm
    • Dimensions: 9.5” x 3.9”
    • Connector: N Female
    • Mount: Mounts on roof or wall
    • Polarization: Vertical
    • Radiation: Omni-directional
    • VSWR: ≤1.8
    • Power Rating: 10
    • Operating Temperature: -22° F Degrees to +176° Degrees
    • Beamwidth: E:72 H:92/ E:50 H:80
    • Material: Fiberglass



    SureCall 12″ Magnetic Mount Antenna for Cars and Trucks


    This antenna is best for: Car/truck users looking for an easy-to-use 3G or 4G antenna.

    Compatibility698-960 and 1700-2700 mhz networks, which are used by most 2G, 3G, and 4G providers in the USA, including:

      • Verizon 2G/3G/4G/AWS
      • Sprint 2G/3G/4G LTE
      • AT&T 2G/3G/4G/LTE
      • T-Mobile & MetroPCS 2G/3G/4G
      • US Cellular 2G/3G/4G
    • Height: 12″ tall
    • Cable: 10′ RG174 attached to antenna
    • Ground Plane: This antenna MUST be attached to a metal surface in order to function! An 8″+ diameter ground plane is recommended (the roof of a car/truck is perfect
    • Weather proof? Yes, this antenna can be used outdoors and is made for use on a vehicle’s metal/magnetic rooftop.
    • Mounting Requirements: This antenna MUST be attached to a metal surface but does not require permanent mounting (i.e., no drilling, screwing, hardware, etc is required).
    • Portability: The Magnetic Mount antenna is portable but does require a metal ground plane to function. You must attach the antenna to either an 8″+ metal ground plane.

    Specifications about the Product:

    • Frequency range: 698-960/1700-2700 mhz
    • Antenna gain: 5db
    • Impedance: 50 Ohms
    • Cable: 10′ RG174
    • Height: 12.8″
    • Connector: FME female
    • Mount: Rare Earth Magnet (requires metal surface)
    • Polarization: Vertical
    • Material: Stainless steel
    • Operating Temperature: -22°F to +140°F



    SureCall 20db Attenuator for an Improved Signal Reception

    With the newly introduced AGC (Automatic Gain Control) present in all FCC certified consumer boosters, outside signal can now be considered “too good,” causing the amplifier to shut down. Amplifiers work best with an outside signal between -90dB and -65dB, but if the outside signal is better than -65dB, one can use one or more RF Attenuators to reduce the amount of decibels entering the booster and prevent a possible AGC overload. 5db, 10db, and 20db attenuators are available, and one can group these attenuators together to attenuate as many decibels as is necessary.

    The attenuator has N/Female and N/Male connectors and connects directly to the “outside antenna” side of the amplifier.



    Want to amplify Digital TV Signal??

    The key criteria for amplification is that you have an existing signal being received by the antenna.

    Digital TV Signal Amplifier
    Digital TV Signal Amplifier

    If the antenna has a signal then amplification could be a cure for intermittent signal loss. If it doesn’t then amplification almost surely won’t fix your problem.
    Amplification isn’t a guaranteed fix for every poor TV reception scenario but it is an option. It also isn’t a fix for getting a TV signal when one isn’t there – meaning an amplifier doesn’t extend the range of the antenna. It merely gives the signal a push along its way from the antenna to the digital tuner (TV, DTV converter, etc). Hopefully, this push is enough to get a good signal to the TV tuner.
    Amplified products typically cost more than non-amplified products. So, it’s always a good to troubleshoot some typical scenarios that can lead to signal loss before going to the store and spending your money on a product that may or may not fix your reception issue.
    If you use an outdoor antenna then look at the type of coaxial cable connected between the antenna and line going into the house. Your coaxial cable could be the cause of a poor signal coming into the house.
    This signal loss is referred to as attenuation, which is a measurement of signal loss over a distance. In the case of coaxial cables, we’re referring to RG59 and RG6. Simply put, RG6 is more digital-friendly than RG59.
    In other words, RG59 attenuates more or has more signal loss than RG6. RG59 cable could be the cause of your poor signal. Changing your cable to RG6 (preferably quad-shielded RG6 with gold-plated connectors) could fix your reception problem without using an amplifier.
    Of course, buying a cell phone signal amplifier as an amplified product is probably easier than changing out the coaxial cable in your house.
    Amplifiers or TV signal boosters are most common in antennas, but you can buy them as stand along products too. Product packaging usually advertises amplified or powered antenna. If you see a db rating then you know it’s amplified.
    The hard part is that it’s difficult to gauge what’s too powerful for your tuner. Some experts I’ve spoken to recommend amplification around 14db.
    If you buy an amplified antenna then be sure to go to Antenna Web to make sure you have you antenna properly aligned before connecting the power.


    Not all RCA Digital Signal Amplifier for Indoor Antennas enhances Signal Reception!!

    RCA Signal Digital Amplifier uses Extremely Low Noise to ensure a Pure Signal
    RCA Signal Digital Amplifier uses Extremely Low Noise to ensure a Pure Signal

    The RCA Digital Signal Amplifier and cell phone booster for home is just what you need to boost the performance of your TV antenna. Made for indoor antennas, this RCA signal amplifier for indoor antennas maximizes the reception strength of your TV antenna, allowing you to pick up more channels and also display them with more clarity and consistency. While this antenna signal amplifier is designed to work ideally with RCA flat series antennas, it works just as well with any brand of indoor antenna. The RCA Digital Signal Amplifier uses ELN (extremely low-noise) circuitry to ensure a pure signal free of interference and can pick up both UHF and VHF digital signals. This antenna signal amplifier installs easily into a coax cable connection and immediately goes to work strengthening your antenna’s signal. Using the RCA Digital Signal Amplifier will help provide more viewing choices and enhance the clarity and quality of your existing ones.
    RCA Digital Signal Amplifier for Indoor Antennas:

    • Enhances performance of all passive antenna brands
    • Optimizes signal for best possible reception
    • Preserves signal purity with extremely low-noise (ELN) circuitry
    • Engineered specifically for UHF/VHF digital signals
    • Easy coax connection
    • Designed to match RCA Flat Series antennas


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