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To accompany its other in-building amplifier kits, Wilson has taken its popular dual-band (800 & 1900 MHz) in-building amplifiers and combined them with all of the necessary components to create three ...

To accompany its other in-building amplifier kits, Wilson has taken its popular dual-band (800 & 1900 MHz) in-building amplifiers and combined them with all of the necessary components to create three easy-to-install dual-band kits. These dual-band amplifier kits are compatible with all Cellular and PCS carriers (except iDEN/Nextel).


For improved cellular performance in a single room or small office space, the SignalBoost DT desktop amplifier kit (801247) is the ideal choice.

For more information:
Quantum-Wireless.com
1-877-250-4629

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Wilson Dual-Band In-Building Wireless Kit (801247)  Quantum-Wireless.com Wilson Dual-Band In-Building Wireless Kit (801247) Quantum-Wireless.com Document Transcript

  • A N LA V O B A I W L SAY GOODBYE TO DROPPED CALLS WITH E WILSON’S NEW SIGNALBOOST™ DT AMPLIFIER Improve cell phone and data card performance in your home or office – anywhere you need a stronger signal indoors! • Greatly reduces dropped calls • Supports multiple phones and cellular-based data cards simultaneously • Works with all cell phones and carriers (except Nextel/iDEN) • Comes with everything you need - plug and play • Oscillation and overload protection • Extends cell phone battery life • Easy to install and use • FCC type accepted • Made in the USA UP TO 10 TIMES MORE POWERFUL THAN YOUR CELL PHONE SIGNALBOOST™ DT DT DESKTOP Wilson Electronics, Inc. ® Improving Your Cellular Signal 800-204-4104 sales@wilsonelectronics.com • www.wilsonelectronics.com
  • Wilson CELLULAR ® Electronics, Inc. SIGNALBOOST™ DT Dual Band 800/1900 MHz Desktop Amplifier PCS 801247 F E A T U R E S • Amplifies signals to and from cell site • Up to 10 times more power than your cell phone • Wireless operation • Works with Cellular and PCS carriers in USA, Canada and Latin America • Supports multiple phones/data cards • Attractive, sleek design • Automatic oscillation/overload protection • FCC and IC type accepted S P E C I F I C A T I O N S I N C L U D E S • Outdoor / window directional 5 dB cradle antenna Part Number 801247 • Omni-directional inside antenna Frequency 824-894 MHz / 1850-1990 MHz • 50’ of RG6 cable (in 20’ and 30’ lengths) Gain 50 dB / 50 dB • All mounting hardware Linear Output Power +30 dBm • AC power supply Max Output Power +33 dBm • Installation guide Package Contents Typical Output +30 dBm / +10 dBm (Tx/Rx) Noise Figure 3.5 dB nominal Isolation > 90 dB Power Requirements 110-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 0.6 A max Connectors TNC Female / F-Female 6.2 x 4.2 x 1.5 (inch) Dimensions 15.7 x 10.7 x 3.8 (cm) Weight 0.64 lbs / 0.29 kg Home/Office Installation with Multiple Antenna Mounting Options Outside Antenna Mounting Options Area Needing Increased Signal A Outdoor pole mount option. B Outdoor wall mount option. SignalBoost™ DT Option C Option B Option A C Indoor window mount option. © Copyright 2008 • For additional information contact Wilson Electronics at 866-294-1660 • www.wilsonelectronics.com 12.12.07