The weBoost (Wilson) Wide-band Signal Splitters allow you to split signal from a repeater over 2 or more internal antennas. This is useful if you wish to improve signal in multiple distinct locations, or on multiple floors.
Cellular repeaters typically only improve signal on the floor that they are installed, so the splitters are useful for those with multi-level homes or offices.
All of these splitters are wide-band, and operate over the frequency range 698-2700MHz. This means that they work with most global cellular frequencies, including 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, and some 5G technologies.
The main differences between the splitters is the number and type of output connectors they offer, as well as the impedance they support.
2-Way Splitters divide an input signal into two output signals with -3dB of loss per output, 3-Way Splitters divide an input signal into three output signals with -4.8dB of loss per output, and 4-Way Splitters divide an input signal into four output signals with -6dB of loss per output.
The 50 ohm splitters come with N-Female connectors and the 75 ohm splitters come with F-Female connectors. Check the specifications of your system to see which connector and impedance is appropriate for you.
There are several different splitter types, depending on the number of antennas you want and the type of system you have. Listed below are all the options for this product. If you have any questions about the one you need please contact us.
For 50 ohm amplifiers only:
- 2-Way Splitter - 50 ohm N-Female Connectors (859957)
- 3-Way Splitter - 50 ohm N-Female Connectors (859980)
- 4-Way Splitter - 50 ohm N-Female Connectors (859981)
- 2-Way Splitter - 75 ohm F-Female Connectors (850034)
- 3-Way Splitter - 75 ohm F-Female Connectors (850035)
- 4-Way Splitter - 75 ohm F-Female Connectors (850036)
Wilson Electronics warranties all of their home amplifiers, vehicle amplifiers, antennas, and RF components for 2 years and all of their business amplifiers for 3 years against any workmanship or material defects.
Read more about Wilson Electronics’s warranty policy via their weBoost subsidiary.