September 23rd, 2013
Here at RepeaterStore we’ve recently starting stocking a larger selection of products from the quality manufacturer SureCall. New to the line up is the SureCall Tri-Flex boosters. These boosters are tri-band, covering 3 distinct cellular bands. All of the Tri-Flex boosters has dual band 900/1800MHz technology – covering voice and 3G data on all networks in the USA and Canada. There are then 3 different Tri-Flex verisons:
All 3 amps are available for shipping now! If you have any questions about which Tri-Flex amp is right for you then please contact us and we can help.
May 28th, 2013
Wi-Ex have just announced their first tri-band booster to cover 2G, 3G, and 4G. The zBoost TRIO is carrier-specific, with one version for Verizon 4G LTE, one for AT&T 4G LTE, and one for T-Mobile 4G AWS. All 3 kits will cover 2G and 3G on all networks.
Product page: zBoost TRIO for 2G, 3G, and 4G
“There is a need for a tri-band booster because most 4G capable devices drop to 3G while placing a call and use 4G for transmitting data. The zBoost TRIO improves voice and data coverage, solving both choppy voice calls and slow download speeds with one device, making it perfect for your home or office,” says Frank Smith , director of sales and channel strategy at Wi-Ex.
September 27th, 2012
The Wilson Sleek for AT&T is now available for pre-order! First orders will start shipping October 8th.
Visit the Wilson Sleek (815326) page to pre-order:
Wilson Sleek 4G-A (815326)
September 4th, 2012
Due to extremely high demand, Wilson Electronics has just announced their very first amplifier to support 4G LTE as well as the standard dual band frequencies, the 805165 tri-band amplifier for Verizon 4G LTE! Currently, there isn’t a single cellular booster system to boost both 4G LTE and 3G data/voice. However, with the 805165 that will soon be remedied. Operating on the standard dual band frequencies that’ll support 3G data and voice for the more popular carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, the 805165 will also massively increase data speeds on Verizon’s blazing fast 4G LTE network. The 805165 features a stunning dB gain of 70, which translates to coverage of up to 10,000 sq ft of area with improved wireless signal.
How does it work?
The outside antenna is placed in the area of best signal, collects it and sends it through a cable to the 805165 amplifier. The amplifier then boosts the 4G LTE, 3G and voice signal, and then sends the boosted signal through a cable to the inside antenna. This provides an area of improved signal that can be used by phones and data cards simultaneously.
The Wilson 805165 will cover the following:
- Voice on all US networks except Nextel (i.e. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-mobile, US Cellular, Cricket, MetroPCS etc)
- 3G on all US networks except T-mobile and Nextel
- 4G on Verizon
||805165 Tri-Band 3G/4G Amplifier
||Wilson 801865 product manual
||Verizon 4G LTE 700MHz Band
Uplink: 776-787 MHz
Downlink: 746-757 MHz
US 800/850MHz Band
Uplink: 824-849 MHz
Downlink: 869-894 MHz
US 1900MHz Band
Uplink: 1850-1910 MHz
Downlink: 1930-1990 MHz
||70dB typical, 77dB maximum
|Maximum linear output power:
||25.1dBm (downlink), 29.4dBm (uplink)
||50 Ohm outside and inside
||20-70dB Amplifier Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
2db gain steps
Automatic shutdown on overload
|Noise Figure (down):
||6V, 1.5A – 3.0A
||8.875″ x 6.0″ x 1.5″
August 31st, 2012
Sprint lights up new LTE markets: Sprint recently announced four new LTE markets, including Baltimore, Gainesville, Manhattan/Junction City, Kan., and Sedalia, Mo.
T-Mobile: We’ll prove shared 1755-1780 MHz band can be auctioned: T-Mobile USA expects that its test of spectrum sharing in the 1755-1780 MHz band will open up frequencies for pairing with the existing AWS-3 band for eventual auction long before all government entities are cleared from the spectrum, according to a company executive.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS unleash data: T-Mobile USA said it will begin offering unlimited data options without speed throttling to consumers beginning Sept 5th, signaling a new pricing war among the nation’s “non-big-two” carriers that could put pressure on margins for those involved.
Verizon gets FCC approval for AWS spectrum deal: Verizon Wireless has gotten the final green light it needs to proceed with its acquisition of spectrum from seven different companies, including four cable companies.
New antenna could vastly increase wireless net capacity: Researchers from Rice University, and Bell Labs, have demonstrated an antenna technology that would enable mobile network operators to increase capacity without adding spectrum.