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The signal boosters we offer are FCC approved Consumer Devices. They have been tested and approved by the FCC according to their regulations. After April 30, 2014, all consumer cellular signal boosters must meet be:
Service Provider Consent & Registration
The four largest US carriers, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given blanket consent for use on their networks of all boosters certified to FCC standards. This consent includes all signal boosters marked "Consumer Device".
Although approved for us, all consumer cellular signal boosters must be registered with your service provider before use. Here are links to Service Provider booster system registration websites:
|Sprint||http://www.sprint.com/legal/fcc_boosters.html?question_box=booster registration&id16=booster registration|
Here are summary and critical points of the new FCC signal booster regulations from Wilson Electronics.
You can find more information about consumer cellular signal boosters on the FCC's Web Site.
Earlier this month Wilson Electronics announced that its full line of consumer cellular signal boosters has completed FCC certification. The company now has 12 consumer models certified to the 2014 standards.
"Completion of the FCC certification process for our consumer signal boosters is a significant 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 to ensure existing products and newly developed models comply with recently adopted FCC technical standards."