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The Wilson AG Pro 70 is a dual-band, installer-friendly cellular signal booster designed to provide a strong cellular signal inside a building. The model is Wilson Electronics’ first cellular signal booster to feature an adjustable gain control that allows the installer to optimize the unit’s gain to match the requirements of the building in which it is deployed. The adjustable gain feature also simplifies installation by making antenna placement less critical.
The AG Pro 70 is the highest gain signal booster Wilson has released to date. The unit delivers a maximum gain of 700 dB. The product includes Wilson’s patented oscillation and cell site overload protection, and proximity detection technologies to prevent interference on the cellular network. It works with all cellular devices on all North American service provider networks (except Clearwire, Nextel/iDEN).
Adjustable Gain Settings
Gain can be adjusted from 40 db to 70 db
* Specifications are subject to change.
Building Installation Market
The increasing adoption of smart phones, the NIMBY syndrome that limits construction of new cell towers, the advent of social media, and the current rise in telecommuting have combined to produce more voice and data traffic on increasingly strained wireless networks. These same forces are driving demand for strong, reliable cellular signals in homes and in small and medium office building complexes. Many business organizations find that employees avoid wire line phone systems in favor of their personal or company-issued smart cellular devices.
According to the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA), the leading authority in the design and installation of home electronic solutions, the record housing market slump has convinced many homeowners to forgo buying newer homes. Instead they’re opting to retrofit their current houses with electronic upgrades, including installation of cellular signal boosters in environments where terrain, building materials, or distant towers are causing weak signal. With nearly 1-in-4 U.S. residents now choosing to drop in-home wire line phone service altogether, the need for a reliable cellular signal in the living space has never been more evident.