Wilson Electronics launches cloud-enabled cell signal booster in Canada

Wilson Electronics LLC today launched its WilsonPro Pro 1000C cloud-enabled bi-directional cell signal booster system for Canadian customers. Designed for large businesses, the Pro 1000C can cover up to 35,000 square feet and support up to 70dB gain.

Whereas most cell signal boosters require the technician to run diagnostics onsite, the Pro 1000C allows management teams to troubleshoot common issues through the WilsonPro Cloud. Users can toggle bands and receive personalized alerts for system failure, change in single strength, and oscillation.

WilsonPro Cloud establishes a connection with the device through either a secure LTE connection over the donor antenna or through an RJ-45 Ethernet cable. While the WilsonPro Cloud requires an annual subscription to cover the LTE connection and database charges, it does not need an internet connection to operate.

In addition, the Pro 1000C provides real-time signal monitoring and analysis of signal strength over time. It also has cell site protection features that prevent interference from nearby cell towers.

The WilsonPro Pro 1000C is available as today as a signal booster kit for $4,999.99. In addition to the Pro 1000C signal booster, the kit includes low-loss cables, a 4G dome antenna, a lightning surge protector, and a wideband directional antenna.

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