Extended Cable Runs Solution: Inline Amplifier
How it Works
Using an outside antenna, the amplifier (booster) system detects and collects the existing cell signal from outdoors.
Using inside antennas, the amplifier broadcasts the boosted signal indoors for use by anyone with a phone or cellular device.
The WilsonPro Pro 1050 cellular amplifier provides significantly enhanced voice and data coverage deep inside large homes or other buildings by compensating for signal loss caused by long cable runs. As cell signal moves over long lengths of coax cable some are lost, reducing the system's performance. The Pro 1050 amplifier system addresses this technical problem by employing two separate amplifiers - a main cellular amplifier and a supplementary cellular amplifier.
How the Pro 1050 is Different
No other commercially available cell signal booster system uses the 1050's unique dual-amplifier design to compensate for signal that is lost over long lengths of cable. Wilson Electronics engineers designed the system so the Pro 1050 main and the inline amplifier communicate. Working together the two amplifiers determine the actual signal bleed along the cable run, and supply sufficient boost to compensate for this lost signal.
In addition, the WilsonPro Pro 1050 features XDR Technology (eXtended Dynamic Range) that prevents overload conditions which can, in accordance with FCC regulations, force a booster to reduce power or even shut down.
This powerful dual-amplifier design allows clients with large homes to enjoy maximum indoor cell coverage - no more dropped calls or lost connections, faster uploads/downloads and a reliable, up to 32x stronger signal.
When the WilsonPro Pro 1050 senses that any incoming signal is too strong and threatens to overload the system, XDR automatically reduces signal gain to compensate for this overload condition while maintaining signal coverage throughout the building. In contrast, competing for cellular amplifiers shut down when they reach a maximum incoming signal strength threshold, causing the indoor cell signal to drop out.
The Pro 1050's inline amplifier works only with the WilsonPro Pro 1050 main, and cannot work as a stand-alone cellular amplifier. Nor can the inline amplifier work with any other amplifier. FCC regulations prohibit any sale or distribution of the inline amplifier except as part of the WilsonPro Pro 1050 system.
Like all WilsonPro cell signal boosters, the WilsonPro Pro 1050 booster system is universal: it works for all cellular devices and all U.S. cell phone carriers.
5G Ready - WilsonPro cellular signal amplifiers will work for the next decade and beyond.
Key Features: Pro 1050 (Model:460230)
- XDR Technology (eXtended Dynamic Range) automatically adjusts gain and will remain operational, even in the presence of a very strong outside signal
- Can compensate for up to 300 ft. of cable loss
- Boosters sold in kits with antennas
- Expansion kits available for large scale installations
- Compatible with all North American cellular networks
- Self-optimizing design minimizes installation time
- Three-year warranty
- WilsonPro's first two-part booster system
3.75 x 11.5 x 18 in.
6 x 3.5 x 1.25 in
Band 4 1700/2100 MHz
Band 5 850 MHz
Band 2 1900 MHz
Band 13 700 MHz
Band 12/17 700 MHz
|Max Gain||70 dB|
|Power||110 - 240 V AC, 50 - 60 Hz, 30 W|
|Weight||9.280 lbs (In-line 1.120 lbs)|