Cell carriers give positive feedback on signal boosters

In February 2013, the FCC issued a Report and Order outlining new standards for consumer signal boosters. These guidelines had been developed following a lot of consultation with booster manufacturers and wireless network providers, and they were slightly amended further in September 2014. The new rules went into effect May 2014, so this February, the FCC asked for feedback as to...


The WilsonPro 4000R: Wilson announces first rack-mounted booster unit

WilsonPro have just announced the latest arrival in their powerful commercial booster range. The WilsonPro 4000R is the industry's first rack-mounted booster, and it's an exciting development for several reasons. It's their most powerful booster yet. The rack-mounted unit actually contains four separate amplifiers, that feed four indoor antennas. It takes full advantage of the new FCC regulations increasing gain limits,...


Oliver Heaviside and the coaxial cable

136 years ago today, on April 6 1880, Oliver Heaviside was granted British Patent 1407 for the coaxial cable. Heaviside was 30 years old and had left formal education at the age of 16. He taught himself physics, mathematics, and electrical engineering while working as a telegraph operator. Researching at home, he began to publish his findings on attenuation and...


RepeaterStore at DASpedia Industry Event

Tom Hernandez, General Manager and Sina Khanifar, RepeaterStore.com Co-Founder attended the DASpedia seminar and networking event. The regional event featured a learning session encompassing facets of wireless DAS technology and networking with industry professionals.  The event was held at the University Club, University of California, Irvine. 


SureCall announces new “Easy Install” EZ-4G booster

We got to have a first look at SureCall’s latest product, the EZ-4G booster, last week at CES. The new EZ-4G is an exciting development, the first time SureCall has offered a “plug and play” booster option. It has only one cable and a combined exterior antenna and amplifier unit. The units are really beautifully designed and unobtrusive. Installation should...


weBoost launches the new eqo booster at CES 2016

Last week at CES we got to visit the weBoost booth and check out their latest booster, the weBoost eqo, in person. weBoost (formerly Wilson Electronics) had a really great set up this year. They brought a 1-ton Faraday cage down with them from St George! We’ve talked about Faraday cages here on the blog before. Basically, a Faraday cage...


Wilson Pro launches new line of professional-grade boosters

Wilson Electronics (who also make the weBoost line of consumer repeater kits) have launched their Wilson Pro brand, a new line of powerful, flexible, professional-grade cell phone signal boosters. Wilson Pro booster systems use antennas and an amplifier to capture available cell signals outside a building, boost those signals and then redistribute the amplified signals inside the building, ensuring reliable...