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The WilsonPro 1050 is the first amplifier in this category to offer an inline amplifier to offset the loss in long interior cable runs.
The Pro 1050 will offset the loss of Wilson 400 cable lengths of 100 to 300 feet (+4 to +25dB for other cable types). With the 1050, you can now reach those “hard-to-reach” places within buildings that previously required additional penetration points to mount the amplifier closer to the needed coverage area. The Pro 1050 is the only passive distributed antenna system (DAS) with a unique dual amplifier design to compensate for cell signal that is lost over long lengths of cable ensuring that businesses have strong cell service throughout their entire building at all times.
The WilsonPro 1050 passive distributed antenna system is the first FCC and carrier approved "inline" amplifier solution.
The "inline" compensates for signal loss in cable runs up to 300 ft.
The Pro 1050 is WilsonPro's first two part amplifier system. It consists of a "main" amplifier and "inline" amplifier. The "inline" amplifier is installed deep inside the building and compensates for long cable runs, up to 300 ft, to the inside antennas.
The Pro 1050's XDR technology, a Wilson exclusive feature, allows the amplifier to accept virtually any incoming signal strength without overloading & shutting down. This reduces the need for infield adjustments and delivering higher unit uptime.
Industry's first FCC & carrier approved "inline" cellular amplifier system that also provides a self optimizing design minimizing installation time.These include: single side cable routing, LCD display, internal power supply and locking cable on the wall mount unit.
Dual Amplifier Design - No other commercially available cellular signal booster system uses the WilsonPro 1050's unique dual-amplifier design to compensate for signal that is lost over longer lengths of cable. The system is engineered so the Wilson 1050 main and the inline booster communicate with each other. Working together the two amplifiers determine the actual cell signal bleed along the cable run, and supply sufficient boost to compensate for this lost cell signal.
In addition, the WilsonPro 1050 features XDR (Extra Dynamic Range) technology that prevents overload conditions which can, in accordance with FCC regulations, force a booster to reduce power or even shut down. When the WilsonPro 1050 senses that any incoming signal is too strong and threatens to overload the system, XDR automatically reduces signal gain to compensate for this overload condition while maintaining signal coverage throughout the building. In contrast, competing signal boosters shut down when they reach a maximum incoming signal strength threshold, causing the indoor cell signal to drop out.
The 1050's inline booster works only with the WilsonPro 1050 main, and cannot work as a stand alone booster. Nor can the inline booster work with any other cell signal booster. FCC regulations prohibit any sale or distribution of the inline booster except as part of the WilsonPro 1050 system. Like all WilsonPro cell signal boosters, the WilsonPro 1050 booster system is universal: it works for all cellular devices, all services including 4G LTE, and all U.S. and Canada cell phone carriers.
|Frequency||Band 12||700 MHz|
|Band 13||700 MHz|
|Band 5||850 MHz|
|Band 4||1700/2100 MHz|
|Band 2/25||1900 MHz|
|Max Gain||70 dB|
|Power||110 - 240 V AC, 50 - 60 Hz, 30 W|
This is a CONSUMER device.
BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.
WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device.