Tuesday, February 25, 2014

CM-FLEX2GO - SureCall Flex 2Go 3G Vehicle Cell Booster & Kit

The SureCall Flex 2Go kit, the finest cellular amplifier available for your vehicle!

Now FCC Approved and available by May 1st, 2014 the SureCall FLEX 2 GO is the first device from Cellphone-Mate to be approved under the new F.C.C. rules!



Purchase the SureCall Flex 2Go Kit from wpsantennas.com

The Cellphone-Mate SureCall™ CM-FLEX2GO provides completely wireless boosting of signals for multiple users simultaneously. It supports all cellphone handsets and service providers in the PCS or Cellular frequency bands, and is perfect for use in vehicles. 


A sophisticated Protection circuit also prevents damage to the amplifier due to interference or improper installation.

With a SureCall™ Amplifier doing all the long-range work, the battery on your cellphone drains slower, thereby increasing talk time. The 6V design runs safer, cooler and more efficient. Finally, with proper use of the SureCall™ CM-FLEX2GO, dangerous hot spots are removed a safe distance from the user's body.


Some cell signal is required for the Flex 2Go to enhance cellular signal coverage. The weakest cell signal for the Flex 2Go to work is low -100dBm to high -90dBm. dBm is an abbreviation for the power ratio in decibels of the radio power per one milliwatt and indicates cell signal strength.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

How to improve lousy cell phone reception in your office?

There are many reasons why you might be getting poor wireless reception indoors. Office buildings are exposed to numerous types of interference that create signal problems. External factors – such as weather conditions, hills or trees – can impact the quality of signal that reaches your building.  wpsantennas.com has just the solution for this problem.

The construction of the building itself can also play a major role. For example, construction materials like wire mesh, metal, insulation, concrete or tinted windows (such as in LEED buildings) play a big part in degrading or interrupting signals. That’s why you may get dropped calls or no signal at all indoors, while you get a perfectly good signal as soon as you step out of the building. This indoor/outdoor disconnect is exactly the type of issue that a signal booster will solve.  In most cases, the staff here at wpsantennas.com can create a simple cost effective solution using the data that you provide (floor plans, signal readings, key coverage area requests).

Here’s how it works. When you make a call, your phone automatically connects to the cellular tower with the best signal from your carrier and continues to communicate with it unless you travel to an area where another tower can offer you better service, in which case your call is transferred (handed-off) automatically to the next tower. Sometimes however, you may simply be too far away to get a strong enough signal, or you may travel into an area where there is no other tower for your carrier to ‘hand off’ your call. At other times, things such as the terrain simply get in the way and block the signal.  With this being said, the closest tower is not always the one that your device will choose for call completion.  wpsantennas.com has special solutions available for this.

An easy way to solve the problem is with a smart signal booster. It is designed to capture the weak signal that reaches into the building, boost it and re-transmit it, thus ‘lighting up’ the building from the inside out. As a point of comparison, the receiver on a signal booster can be 4 to 10 times more sensitive than a mobile phone in terms of picking up signals, and of course it boosts this stronger signal to give you even better coverage.

wpsantennas.com is happy to announce the addition of the Cel-Fi brand from Nextivity. The Cel-Fi units are CARRIER APPROVED! and are designed to work flawlessly with either At&t or T-Mobile


Thursday, November 1, 2012

wpsantennas.com is now a Wilson Certified Installer


wpsantennas.com is proud to be one of the very first National Resellers with staff officially approved as a WCI Wilson Certified Installer.

In September 2012, Matt Larson from wpsantennas.com attended the inaugural Wilson Certified Installer Program Training and Certification session at CEDIA 2012 in Indianapolis.

The Wilson Certified Installer (WCI) program includes technical installation training, sales tips and best practices allowing for a greater understanding of Wilson Electronics product lines, technology and installation methodology and best practices. Wilson boosters will provide WCI professionals with solutions for their customers’ cellular signal problems.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Wilson 4G-V Sleek Now Shipping

The wait is over.  The Wilson 4G-V Sleek from wpsantennas.com, model 815126 will be shipping on Thursday June 28th, 2012 for the low price of $99.95!! 

This price will not last long as MSRP is $149.95.



Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Wilson 867501 Signal Detector

wpsantennas.com has released the first working images of the new Wilson 867501 RF Signal Detector.

The unit is designed to assist installers during a site survey and for help in aiming directional antennas.

Wilson Electronics 803570 Five Band AG Pro-Quint

NEW ORLEANS, May 8, 2012 Wilson Electronics , manufacturer of North America's top-selling line of cellular signal boosters, announced today (May 8th 2012) a new 5 band repeater. 

The new AG Pro-Quint will boost signals for customers with service on AT&T®, Verizon(TM) and T-Mobile(TM) 4G networks, and on all carriers' 3G and 2G networks. Benefits include fewer dropped connections and no-service "dead zones," faster data transfer rates and improved battery life for cellular devices.
 

"The AG Pro-Quint is the most technologically advanced signal booster Wilson has ever produced, with coverage enhancement for five frequency bands integrated in a single device," said Laine Matthews, Wilson business development director. "Despite this sophistication, it's by far the most compact, affordable and easiest-to-install booster in its class."

With an MSRP of $1,799.95, the AG Pro-Quint is the most affordable five-band booster available. Wilson's compact, integrated design is about the size of a small textbook and weighs less than 3 pounds.

Designed for professional installation to provide enhanced signal coverage in buildings up to 80,000 square feet, the Wilson AG Pro-Quint boosts signals on 800 MHz, 1900 MHz, AWS and both AT&T and Verizon 700 MHz LTE networks.

The AG Pro-Quint's LCD display and push button controls allow the installer to optimize the gain on each of the five frequency bands for the location where the booster is installed.

The AG Pro-Quint delivers up to 75 dB of gain and supports CDMA, GSM, LTE, HSPA+ and WCDMA technologies. It can be paired with a variety of Wilson inside and outside antennas to create a custom signal booster system. Like all Wilson signal boosters this unit features cell site protection technologies refined over more than a decade of research and development.

The AG Pro-Quint will be available in the third quarter of 2012 from wpsantennas.com.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Wilson Tri-Band 805165 Cellular/PCS/LTE Verizon Repeater

805165
Wilson has a prototype Tri-Band repeater and I was able to get my hands on the unit recently.  This is one of the first tri-band repeaters that I have seen from a consumer grade manufacturer. 

The Wilson 805165 is due out later this year.  The model shown in the image is designed around the current Verizon 850 and 1900 Mhz cellular and PCS plus the Verizon LTE band.  No AWS at this time so in select areas where Verizon has the AWS spectrum this may not be the only solution. 

The image to the left is protected under US Copyright laws and cannot be used without the expressed writted permission of wpsantennas.com.

Friday, March 9, 2012

LTE Dipole MultiBand SMA SPDA24700 2700

In stock! wpsantennas.com has the SPDA24700/2700 antenna in stock!  We are a stocking dealer so we do not have to rely on distributors to
fulfill our orders.

wpsantennas.com is stocking the SPDA24700/2700
which provides a 4G swivel blade antenna for access
points, routers and small base station applications like the Sierra Wireless GX400 and GX440 for example.

The SPDA24700/2700 from wpsantennas.com covers the LTE frequency ranges of
698-960/1710-2170/2500-2700 MHz providing omnidirectional
radiation with a gain of 2 dBi. The antenna will work on all platforms including Edge, EVDO, 3G, 4G, HSPA+.

The blade package is a right angle swivel provided in
black plastic with dimensions of .94” x 7.72” (23.8 mm x
196 mm) in the right angle position.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

YX240 z-Force testing

I (Matt Larson) am doing some drive testing with the new zForce signal booster from Wireless Extenders.

Look for more details tomorrow.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

zBoost 4G-V Coming in 2012

Wireless Extenders is going to jump in to the 4G LTE Repeater game.  The zBoost 4G-V (We have limited details thus far) as it will be called appears to have the same form factor as the current and very popular YX-545.

The new zBoost 4G-V will enhance the 4G LTE network on Verizon and will likely have enhancement for the existing Cellular and PCS networks.

Look for Wireless Extenders to announce the zBoost 4G-V at CES 2012 with production and distribution to follow in late 2012.