WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Commercial Building Signal Booster [460152]

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  • WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Commercial Building Signal Booster 460152
  • WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Building Signal Booster
  • WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Building Signal Booster
  • WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Building Signal Booster
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WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Large Building Signal Booster System

The Enterprise 4300 is the most powerful in-building cell signal amplifier in its class; offering Multi-Tower Targeting technology, four independently controlled indoor antenna ports to maximize coverage up to 100,000 sq. ft. and wired or LTE access to the WilsonPro Cloud. The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 and 4300R (Rack Mount Version) is WilsonPro's most powerful and versatile building signal booster system. It features a commercial-grade, in-building cellular amplifier that is the latest in cell signal boosting technology.


  • Network Scanning
  • 6 dBm max uplink
  • Up to 70 dB Gain
  • 4 indoor antenna ports, up to 17 dBm each
  • Remote access through WilsonPro Cloud
  • Multi-Tower Targeting Technology

Network Scanning

Network Scanning is a premium feature exclusive to the Enterprise 4300. Cellular operator signal power and signal quality is now displayed on the Enterprise 4300 LCD screen and WilsonPro Cloud. enterprise-4300-network-scanning-screen.png

RSRP & RSRQ are referenced to the indoor (server) ports of the Enterprise 4300 and represent the signal performance after it has been amplified by the Enterprise 4300.

Because of RF path loss, RSRP (power) at user phones will be lower than what is shown on the LCD and will depend on system design. Displayed RSRQ (quality) levels will be approximately the same as what the users see at their phones.

The RSRQ bar graph will turn red in color when RSRQ is -14 dB or worse, as this is generally considered to be an unusable signal. The RSRP bar graph is always blue in color. “Network Scanning” detects Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T LTE channels in the U.S., & Rogers, Telus, Bell, and Freedom LTE channels in Canada. Sprint is not reported.

A full scan of all bands and channels takes approximately three (3) minutes to complete. Enterprise 4300 will continuously scan, update, and refresh while powered on.

Details Button Displays

  • Cell ID
  • Channel Bandwidth
  • Mobile Network Code (MNC)
  • Mobile Country Code (MCC)

Signal Information

  • Reference Signal Receive Power (RSRP) for each cell channel
  • Reference Signal Receive Quality (RSRQ) for each cell channel
  • Cell channel band & frequency
  • Elapsed time since channel was detected (“Updated: 1 minute ago”)
  • Scan results can be sorted by “Operator”, “Frequency”, “RSRP”, or “RSRQ”

Up To 3 Outdoor Antennas

Included is a revolutionary industry-first, three outdoor-antenna-port configuration. Depending on cell tower locations, using up to three outdoor antennas (each dedicated to a specific frequency band to collectively amplify signals from multiple towers) helps maximize coverage in commercial spaces up to 100,000 square feet (Depending on outside signal conditions). Based on user need or preference, the Enterprise 4300/4300R can also utilize “common mode” as a default; using only a single outdoor (donor) antenna and a single port to receive cell signal.

4 Indoor Antenna Ports

The Enterprise 4300 has four (4) independently controlled indoor antenna ports built in. The system includes 4 Indoor Dome Antennas to spread the improved cell signal over larger areas giving you up to 100,000 square feet of coverage. 

With wired or LTE access (using the built-in cellular modem) to the WilsonPro Cloud for remote functionality, the Enterprise 4300/4300R provides integrators and building managers with the capability to remotely manage, monitor, and adjust their amplifier, as well as receive real-time updates on a smartphone or tablet. Immediate notification of issues, such as system failure, oscillation, or change in signal strength is also provided via text or email.

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No Shipments or Use Outside the U.S.

Unfortunately, All weBoost and WilsonPro Signal Booster Systems can only be shipped and used within the United States. weBoost or WilsonPro products certified by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are no longer recognized by Industry Canada (IC) to be certified for use in Canada and cannot be used or shipped to Canada. There are specific versions of Canadian Approved (IC) than can be used. Please contact us about signal booster systems approved for use in Canada.

What is the difference between 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm?

This and other signal boosters come configured for 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm. So, what's the difference? Not much. A 50 Ohm product has slightly larger cable connectors (N Type). The 75 Ohm cable connectors (F Type). 75 Ohm connectors resemble the connectors used on coax cable for TV and other telecom services. We offer both options because some professional installers prefer one over the other, but there’s no measurable performance difference between the two product kits.


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.


E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards.

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