Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO 70 dB 4-Antenna System 471104: Kit

Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO 70 dB 4-Antenna System 471104

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Best performance for small office - power - 4 coverage zones
  • Low to moderate usage system for small offices
  • 4 indoor dome antennas + 1 panel antenna
  • Outside omni antenna or LPDA antenna
  • Boosts both voice and 4G data
  • Works with all major cellular carriers

SKU: 471104-PRO
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Product Description

Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO 70 dB 4-Antenna System 471104

Product features

  • Designed for low to moderate load, both voice and data.
  • Designed for offices up to about 40,000 square feet.
  • Excellent coverage area.
  • Carrier agnostic: Works with all major U.S. and Canadian carriers.
  • Boosts 4G LTE and 3G service for voice, text, and data.
  • Boosts cell signal in small offices for multiple users.

This Wilson weboost Small Office PRO system is a four-antenna option designed for small offices or building areas that need improved cell signal reception and have low to moderate user and data demands. This system improves both voice and data to reduce dropped calls and missed emails and texts, keeping your business and employees connected with a stronger cell signal.

This kit contains components for four antenna configurations to meet your exact needs:

  • Use the outside omnidirectional antenna and the four inside dome antennas (our most popular option) when you have strong outside signal and easy access above ceilings to pull cable and mount the dome antennas.
  • Use the outside directional LPDA antenna with the four inside dome antennas when you need to pull in signal from one distant cell phone tower.
  • Use the outside omni, three inside domes, and one inside panel antenna when you have a room or space without ceiling access and prefer to use a wall-mounted panel.
  • Use the outside directional, three inside domes, and one inside panel.

The four inside antennas send amplified signal to the phones in your office in four different areas. Four antennas are able to disperse evenly-boosted cell signal into 4 different zones. It is not necessarily four times the coverage, but rather more even coverage in a larger area.

Examples of multi-antenna setups

Please Note: The diagrams below are only examples of four-antenna configurations. Additional coax cable may be required for the Wilson weboost Small Office PRO to achieve the following setups in your building. Please contact us for help on cabling and coverage for this system in your office environment.

Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO 471104 sample multi-antenna setupsWilson weBoost Small Office PRO sample multi-antenna setups

Sample Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO multi-antenna setups

Who is this for?

  • Those who have low to moderate cellular user and data loads.
  • Those who have multiple areas that need better cell signal.
  • Those who frequently experience dropped calls, undelivered text, or slow 4G data.
  • Small offices in urban locations with building materials that block outside cell signal (steel, glass, concrete, plaster, etc.).

How it works

Using Wilson Electronics' patented SmarTech III® technology, the Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO receives the outside cell signal, amplifies it, and rebroadcasts it inside your office through the four inside dome antennas. This allows you to stay connected in areas where cell service is poor, or where your office's building materials interfere with signals from the local cell tower. (See the "More Information" tab for details.)

Works with all major cellular carriers

The Wilson weboost Small Office PRO works with all major wireless carriers in the U.S. and Canada.

  • U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and most others.
  • Canadian carriers, including Rogers, Bell Canada, Telus, Wind, and most others.

How much area will this product cover?

The following chart is based on mostly open interior space with no obstructions (walls, doors, etc.). Drywall, plaster, wood, concrete, steel, and stone all affect radio transmissions. Cell phones also operate in several different frequencies that penetrate obstructions differently. In general, the stronger the outside cell signal, the greater the interior broadcast distance. Please contact us if you have any questions about coverage for this booster.

Outside signal strength Approximate coverage area
Weak (-100 dB) Not Recommended
Moderate (-90 dB) Up to 10,00 sq ft
Strong (-80 dB) Up to 20,000 sq ft


In an office environment, it's best to have your Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO system installed by a professional. A professional installer will have knowledge of local building codes, and have the proper tools and experience to make sure your system is set up and configured correctly. Contact Powerful Signal and we can arrange for one of our nationwide professional installers to give you a quote.

Package includes

This is a complete kit, with everything you need to start getting the best signal in your office or large building.

  • 1 × Wilson weBoost Small Office PRO 70 dB 4-antenna system 471104.
  • 1 × AC wall outlet power supply.
  • 1 × wide-band outdoor omni antenna.
  • 1 × wide-band outdoor LPDA directional antenna.
  • 4 × wide-band indoor dome antennas.
  • 1 × wide-band indoor panel antenna.
  • 1 × 60' 400 coax cable (connect omni antenna to booster).
  • 4 × 75' 400 coax cables (connect dome antennas to booster).
  • 1 × universal adjustable mount (for outdoor antenna).
  • 1 × lightning surge protector.
  • Wilson weBoost 471104 user manual.
  • Wilson weBoost 471104 install guide.

How does a building cell phone signal booster work?

A building cell phone signal amplifier system is made up of four major components:

  1. A cell phone signal amplifier and power supply.
  2. An outside donor antenna.
  3. An inside broadcast antenna.
  4. Coax cables that connect the antennas to the amplifier.

Cell phone signal amplifier

The cell phone signal amplifier—sometimes called a booster—is the core component of the system.

The amplifier is bi-directional: It amplifies both the signal your phone receives from the tower and the signal your phone sends to the tower. A weak cell signal is received by the outside antenna and amplified by the booster; the strengthened signal is then rebroadcasted by the inside antenna to your phone. The amplifier also boosts the connection back to the cell tower. (There still has to be some cell signal for the booster to amplify, though; it cannot “multiply zero”).

The most convenient spot to place the cell phone signal amplifier is in an I.T. closet, network box, attic, or garage; this will keep it out of sight, but still accessible if you need to make any changes to the system. The location you select to install the amplifier needs to have a 110-volt AC wall outlet nearby (typically within 6 feet) to plug in the amplifier’s power supply.

Directional and omnidirectional antennas

Donor antennas: directional (left) and omnidirectional (right).

Outside donor antenna

The donor antenna communicates with your wireless carrier’s cell tower. It’s typically mounted on a pole on the roof of the building, clear of any surrounding obstacles.

Some donor antennas are directional, meaning they need to be pointed toward the strongest nearby cell tower. Typically you’ll choose a directional antenna if your building is in a remote location with one distant cell tower providing weak outside signal.

An omnidirectional antenna picks up signals from multiple cell towers in different directions. Usually you’ll choose an omni antenna if your building is in an area with several surrounding towers, and especially if you have plenty of outside cell signal that just isn’t penetrating inside your building.

The outside antenna needs to be placed with adequate separation from the inside antenna(s), and, if you’re using a directional antenna, not pointing toward your inside antenna(s) so their signals overlap. Without adequate separation, the outside and inside antennas may conflict with each other (a condition known as oscillation), which will cause the amplifier to reset or shut itself off.

For more information about choosing the right donor antenna, see our blog entry, “Directional or omnidirectional: Which antenna is best?

Panel and dome antennas

Broadcast antennas: panel (left) and dome (right).

Inside broadcast antenna

The broadcast antenna communicates with cell phones inside the building. It’s typically mounted on a ceiling or a wall.

A dome antenna is mounted on the ceiling, and broadcasts its signal downward in a 360° pattern. Domes work best in situations where the ceiling is level with the floor (not angled), low enough to be reached with a ladder, and where there is access above the ceiling to attach coax cable to the antenna. Domes typically provide the best signal coverage, and are also less noticeable than panel antennas.

A panel antenna is mounted on a wall, and broadcasts its signal forward, away from the panel, in a beam 60–70° wide. Panels work best in situations where a dome antenna is not easy to install or would not be horizontal to the floor, or where pulling cable through walls and ceilings is not an option. Panels can be concealed in recessed areas behind drywall.

Basic cell phone signal amplifier kits usually include one broadcast antenna. Larger, more complex buildings with custom-designed systems have multiple inside broadcast antennas that cover more area.

400, RG6, and RG58 coax cable

Terminated coax cable: 400 cable with N-connector (left), RG6 cable with F-connector (middle), RG58 cable with SMA-connector (right).

Coax cable

Lengths of coax cable connect the donor antenna and the broadcast antenna(s) to the cell phone signal amplifier.

Any signal sent through a cable is going to result in attenuation (signal loss). Since the objective of installing a cell phone signal amplifier system is to increase signal, the length and type of cable in the system is an important consideration.

Commercial and large-home systems use 400-type coax cable or plenum coax cable, terminated with N-connectors. These cables are very thick and have very low signal loss, which makes them ideal for long runs from the amplifier to the antenna (sometimes hundreds of feet). They are, however, very rigid, so they’re not well-suited for use around corners and in tight spaces. These types of cables are often used by professional installers.

Small home amplifier systems typically use RG6 coax cable, terminated with F-connectors, the same found in everyday cable and satellite TV systems. Compared to 400 coax, RG6 has more than twice the signal loss per foot, but it is also much thinner and easier for consumers to work with. (Homeowners who need long runs of cable might want to consider using RG11 coax cable with F-connectors; RG11 is more rigid and expensive than RG6, but has much lower signal loss.)

Single-room amplifiers often use RG58 coax cable with SMA-connectors. This is the thinnest cable for in-building systems. Because of its high signal loss (60% greater than RG6), it’s suitable only for the shortest runs.

Optional components

The four parts above are all that’s required for a complete cell phone signal amplifier system. Other components can protect or enhance a system:

  • A lightning surge protector insulates the amplifier against a sudden electrical surge from a lightning strike to the donor antenna.
  • Splitters and couplers divide the signal from an amplifier to two or more broadcast antennas, expanding the signal coverage inside your building. (These should only be used with commercial or large-home amplifiers, and where there is adequate outside signal.)
  • Attenuators can be used when the outside signal is so strong that it’s overwhelming the amplifier. (These should only be used with professionally-installed commercial amplifiers.)


This is a CONSUMER device. 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. WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device.

Please note: The four largest carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) and more than 90 regional carriers have given blanket consent for use of all boosters that are certified to the 2013 FCC standards. Go to our Cell Phone Signal Booster Registration page and follow the links for your carrier. There are no fees to register your cell signal booster.

If you have any questions, please contact Powerful Signal.

Product Specifications

Coverage: Weak (-100dB):
Not recommended
Coverage: Moderate (-90dB):
Up to 10,000 sq ft
Coverage: Strong (-80dB):
Up to 20,000 sq ft
Small Office
Outside Signal 1 Bar:
Not recommended
Outside Signal 2–3 Bars:
Up to about 10,000 sq. ft.
Outside Signal 4–5 Bars:
Up to about 20,000 sq. ft.
Outside Antenna:
Omnidirectional cylinder (×1) & directional LPDA (×1)
Inside Antenna:
Omnidirectional dome (×4) & directional panel (×1)
Cable Type:
Connector Type:
50 Ω
+70 dB max
Booster Case Material:
Signal Readout:
LED light

Warranty Information

weBoost signal boosters and kits are warranted for two (2) years against defects in workmanship and/or materials. Warranty cases may be resolved by returning the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of purchase. See reseller warranty procedures. Signal boosters and kits may also be returned directly to the manufacturer at the consumer's expense, with a dated proof of purchase and a returned material authorization (RMA) number supplied by weBoost. weBoost shall, at its option, either repair or replace the product. weBoost will pay for delivery of the repaired or replaced product back to the original consumer if located within the continental U.S. This warranty does not apply to any signal boosters or kits determined by weBoost to have been subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, or mishandling that alters or damages physical or electronic properties. Failure to use a surge-protected AC power strip with at least a 1000 Joule rating will void your warranty. All weBoost products that are packaged with other weBoost accessory products are intended for resale and use as a single unit, and such product kits are required to be sold to the end user or subsequent reseller as packaged. The "de-kitting" and sale as a standalone product of any one or more components of such a product kit is in violation of weBoost's warranty. No "de-kitted" product will be eligible for return for any reason. The sale of separate, not-kitted cable, antennas, and other accessories is allowed and fully warranted.