Wilson Pro 70 Plus - Professional Grade Cell Phone Booster

Written by Kevin Taylor, November 3, 2015
 
The information provided in this article is designed to give the reader a better understanding of Wilson Electronics, the designer, and manufacturer of the WilsonPro 70 Plus 4G cell signal booster.  Understanding the company helps you to understand the WilsonPro product and its quality.
 

Who is Wilson Electronics?

The Company: Wilson Electronics

There are quite a few things that separate the WilsonPro 70 Plus from other cell signal booster.  Let's start with the foundation, the company.  Wilson Electronics has been in the cell signal booster business since around 2002.  They started with simple single band boosters and have evolved their hardware and software technology over the years to become the leading multi-band 4G cell signal booster manufacturer in their market space.

Engineering: The Focus of the Company

The original owner of Wilson Electronics, John Wilson, was an engineer with vision in RF communications.  In the early days Wilson Electronics was very much an engineering focused and driven company that helped to develop the cellular booster industry.  US based R&D has always been Wilson Electronics strong point.  With engineering, marketing, sales, and manufacturing under the same roof, the company quickly progressed to the top of the industry.

Software:  What makes all the difference

The complexity of 5-band 4G cell signal boosters has separated the men from the boys.  Back in the single band days (Cellular and PCS) of 2002 and 2003, life and manufacturing were much simpler.  There was hardware and a bit of software.  Now with 4G, 5-band amplifier equipment, things are very different.  In 2014, the FCC came out with new regulations governing the performance and use of consumer based cell signal booster equipment.  Wilson Electronics was at the forefront of these changes with the FCC helping to define the industry.  Now, software plays an extremely important part in the operation of cell signal boosters.  For all practical purposes there is a computer controlling the amplifier, monitoring its performance to ensure equipment does not interfere with the operation of carrier towers.  Software is one of the key components in a modern-day consumer cell signal booster.  Many companies have not been able to keep up with the new FCC requirements and have dropped out of the US cell signal booster market.  Wilson's software expertise in this industry has set them apart from their competitors.

What makes the WilsonPro 70 Plus Different?

WilsonPro 70 Plus: The Market

Wilson Electronics over the years has created an excellent record for mobile and residential cell signal boosters.  Now in 2015 it was time for Wilson to move into professional grade equipment for businesses and larger commercial buildings. The WilsonPro Series was born using over a decade of engineering and manufacturing experience.  Wilson wanted a product designed from the ground up that would meet the needs of businesses heavy data demands and larger building requirements.  Business and employees run their operations and lives on smartphones.  WilsonPro Series was created to make this happen with the strongest, cleanest, signal along with the best coverage possible.

WilsonPro 70 Plus: The Solution

The WilsonPro 70 Plus 4G (5-band) cell signal booster was created with a large data pipeline and the cleanest possible signal possible to address the needs of businesses and commercial buildings.  Through technology, experience, quality components, and innovation, Wilson Electronics is able to create professional grade equipment like the WilsonPro 70 Plus that will deliver more coverage to a commercial building giving the customer a lower cost per square foot than any other competitor.

WilsonPro 70 Plus: Quality Components

 Wilson Electronics and their engineers have made sure that the quality components have used in the WilsonPro 70 Plus.  Amplifier linearity is important  to allow businesses the best possible data throughput for users on the system.  Linearity requires more expensive and higher performance components.