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Wilson launches the Pro 1050, the first Inline Signal Booster

The WilsonPro 1050 is the first FCC- and carrier-approved inline amplifier system. We think it’s going to be a vital part of some passive DAS applications.

Waveform Supports Title II Net Neutrality

Last week, the FCC released it's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking entitled "Restoring Internet Freedom," which would roll back the Title II Net Neutrality protections put in place under Chairman Tom Wheeler. Waveform is a startup and a small business, and we rely on an open and net neutral Internet to be able to complete. We strongly believe that strict Net Neutrality...


3 Reasons to Upgrade Your Signal Booster

Recently, SureCall introduced its Fusion7 booster. This product enhances 5-band wireless cellular signal and extends the range of a Wi-Fi network. As an added bonus it boosts HDTV signal. Three great reasons for upgrading a cellular signal booster to a newer technology!The Fusion7 is ideal for use in large homes and small commercial buildings. One booster can fill up to...


The first "5G" branded network launched in Maine

The roll-out of 5th generation cellular networks was kicked off in the US by Redzone Wireless, a local WISP in Maine, last week.  The network, branded as Redzone “5GX,” uses a combination of licensed 4G LTE spectrum and unlicensed 5.8 GHz spectrum on a single tower to offer fixed wireless connections to 50,000 households in Maine, including Portland, Bangor, Augusta and Sanford....


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...


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...