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Top 6 reasons why Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 drop calls

Top 6 reasons why Apple iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 drop calls

You would think the only reason smartphone calls are dropped is because you are too far from the cell tower and there is no cell signal. Wrong, there are many reasons cell phones, including the expensive iPhone X and Galaxy S9 will drop calls.The experts at Powerful Signal (www.PowerfulSignal.com) have spent the time to explain these reasons. It is interesting to know that some of the reasons for dropped calls can be easily corrected in:Your homeYour vehicleYour officeRead the complete article a […]

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weBoost Connect 4G (470103) vs. weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104)

weBoost Connect 4G (470103) vs. weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104)

Wilson Electronics is the leader in consumer home cell signal boosters and has been able to create an entire line of products to help improve cellular reception in homes. Sometimes, if you are not familiar with the technology, it is difficult to know and understand the differences between the different 4G signal booster kits available.Powerful Signal has spent the time to explain the difference between two of the most popular weBoost cell signal booster kits manufactured by Wilson Electronics; t […]

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Basic steps to install a home cell signal booster

Basic steps to install a home cell signal booster

Sometimes things seem harder than they really are. It just takes a bit of explaining and some examples to lend clarity to the process. There are four basic components in a home cell phone signal booster and, most of the time, these components are relatively simple to install. Powerful Signal, the company behind WilsonProWay.com, has added “How do I install a cell signal booster in my home?” to their Knowledge Base on PowerfulSignal.com. This helpful article will give you a brief, […]

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Review the differences between weBoost Home 4G and weBoost Connect 4G

Review the differences between weBoost Home 4G and weBoost Connect 4G

Sometimes technology can be very difficult to evaluate with all the names, model numbers, acronyms, etc. There can be a subtle difference in the name which cannot be readily understood. Powerful Signal has written a review outlining the differences between the weBoost Home 4G and the weBoost Connect 4G cell phone signal boosters.These two cellular amplifiers are two of Wilson Electronics more popular residential kits used to amplify 3G/4G cellular signals and improve cellular rece […]

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New Low Profile 4G 314406 and 314407 Antenna from Wilson Electronics

New Low Profile 4G 314406 and 314407 Antenna from Wilson Electronics

Wilson Electronics has added two additional in-building 4G cell phone signal booster antennas 314406 and 314407 to their product line. These low profile interior broadcast antennas are designed for both performance and aesthetics. There are many situations where antennas need to be less noticeable and fit better into the architecture of a building.Two versions of this new low profile antenna are available, the basic antenna and the basic antenna with an added reflector. The reflector h […]

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Just Released: weBoost Drive Sleek 470135 Cell Signal Booster

Just Released: weBoost Drive Sleek 470135 Cell Signal Booster

Strong cell signal in your car Wilson Electronics in St George, Utah just released their new in-vehicle cell phone signal booster that boost cell signal in your car while driving. Basically it is out with the old and in with the new. The new weBoost Sleek 470135 is a significant upgrade to the existing Sleek. Everything was changed; the cradle, the outside antenna, and the cell signal booster housing. Read the rest of this post on the Powerful Signal blog… […]

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Powerful Signal Brings the Power of the WilsonPro 4000 and WilsonPro 1000 to Businesses

Powerful Signal Brings the Power of the WilsonPro 4000 and WilsonPro 1000 to Businesses

In late 2016, Wilson Electronics introduced the WilsonPro 4000 and WilsonPro 1000 cell signal amplifier systems for businesses. These solutions come in wall- and rack-mounted versions, and include new features that solidify WilsonPro as the industry leader in passive DAS technology for businesses and large buildings. The WilsonPro 1000 system from Powerful Signal Powerful Signal, an exclusive Wilson partner, has begun rolling out these new systems in its custom-designed […]

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Announcement: WilsonPro 1000/1000R Receives FCC Certification, Ready to Ship

Announcement: WilsonPro 1000/1000R Receives FCC Certification, Ready to Ship

On February 1st, 2017, Wilson Electronics notified their dealers that the WilsonPro 1000 and WilsonPro 1000R have been approved by the FCC and are ready to ship. The WilsonPro 1000 and 1000R are the latest in Wilson Electronics' new line of commercial 4G cellular DAS signal amplifiers, and features: New Extended Dynamic Range (XDR) technology for continuous connectivity without overpower and shutdown event. Wall-mount form factor (1000) or rack-mount installation th […]

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“Fast, cheap, or right—pick two.”

“Fast, cheap, or right—pick two.”

Before we get started: This article is about large, commercial cell signal amplifier systems; it’s not about weBoost’s excellent consumer kits for homes, or even the one-antenna WilsonPro 70 systems. We’re going to be discussing installations of WilsonPro cellular passive DAS solutions in large buildings, with multiple floors, tens of thousands of square feet of signal coverage, and four or more inside broadcast antennas. Read the rest of this post on the Power […]

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What's the difference between an LPDA antenna and a Yagi antenna?

What's the difference between an LPDA antenna and a Yagi antenna?

This blog entry is going to get a little technical, so let's nerd up and examine how a directional cellular building antenna works:First, a little reviewLet's recall the four parts of a cell phone signal booster system: The booster, which amplifies cell signal. An outdoor antenna (also known as a donor antenna) that sends and receives signal from a cell tower. One or more indoor antennas (also called broadcast antennas) that send and receive signal from a phone or other cellular […]

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