A New Source of Revenue for your business
Cellular Signal Boosters
Level 1 Basic Installation
Bad cell signal?
Now you can fix it!
A New Source of Revenue
for your business
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Wilson Electronics
Leading manufacturer of cell signal boosters 75+% market share
Worked with FCC and Verizon to develop booster standards
American manufacturer / Employs 250 people in St. George, Utah
Free U.S. based Technical Support
40 year company history
3 Year warranty on PRO boosters
Opportunity for Integrators
Beautiful custom home
State of the art home theater,
automation and security
Brand new iPhone 6
No usable cell signal
Cell signal is now considered a necessary
utility and an essential part of the connected
home!
Why?
Reasons for weak signal
Building Materials, Low E Glass
UV Radiant Barrier/Tek Wrap
Terrain/Foliage
Number one reason for poor cell signal
Cell tower
Distance from Tower
Steel, Concrete, Brick, Stucco
Cellular Boosters
ü  Eliminates dead zones
ü  Eliminate dropped calls
ü  Faster data speeds
ü  Longer cell phone battery life
ü  Less radiation from phone
ü  No need for internet
ü  No extra contract needed
ü  Works with any carrier
ü  Supports alarm backup
How Boosters Work
3.
1.
3.
Outside Antenna – Talks to tower
Booster- Adds gain to the signal
Inside Antenna – Talks to
devices
Wilson cellular boosters only boost
cell signal, they do not help Wi-Fi
Finding the signal
Android
Apps
Read only
one carrier
iPhone
Essential tool for
professional installers
Wilson RF Signal Meter
Reads all carrier’s signals
Never connect a signal meter
down stream from a booster!
Cell Phone Signal
•  Cellular signal strength is measured in decibel milliwatts or (dBm), and will
typically range from -50dBm (Strong) to -110dBm (No Signal)
•  Every 3dB doubles or halves the power. A -67dBm is twice the power of -70dBm
•  Every 6dB increase in signal strength will double the coverage area
Dropped calls
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Oscillation & Overload
Occasional installation issues
Oscillation – Occurs when inside antenna and outside antenna “talk” to each other
causing an RF loop, or feedback.
Solution: Increase separation of the antennas. Increasing isolation is the key and can be
achieved mechanically in some cases.
Overload – Caused by close proximity to a cell tower. The offending tower may be on
another network.
Solution: If working with a directional outside antenna, re-orienting the antenna may solve the
issue.
See install guide for complete instructions
All Wilson Boosters feature automatic controls to protect
cellular networks from harm due to oscillation or overload
Booster System Components
All Boosters come as a complete kit including cable
Wideband Directional Antenna:
Amplifier or Booster:
Panel Directional Antenna:
Place this antenna outside on the
side of the building where signal is
strongest. Mount it on a pole and
aim it at the strongest signal away
from the building.
Mount inside the building
near power away from
excessive heat or cold.
Try to keep cable lengths
as short as possible.
Place this antenna on the inside of
the building. Mount on the wall or
ceiling (above or behind drywall is
ok) in the area which needs the
most improvement.
Please read the complete installation instructions included with each system
Installer Only Product Line
Not sold online or through any retail outlets
PRO 60
60dB gain
PRO 65
65dB gain
PRO 70
70dB gain
Small area or
Strong outside
signal
Larger area or
strong outside
signal
Larger area or
weak outside
signal
All PRO boosters come as a complete kit including all necessary parts for installation
Cables & Loss
RG6
F connector
75 ohm
Loss = 10dB/100’
RG11
F connector
75 ohm
Loss = 6dB/100’
Best Practices
• 
Mount outside antenna on side of building where
strongest cell signal is found. Aim the antenna
away from the building to minimize oscillation
(red light). Additional isolating materials or
separation may be necessary
• 
Keep cable runs as short as possible to minimize
loss, but never use less than the length provided
with the kit
• 
Nearby towers can cause overload (orange light),
re-aiming the outside antenna can cure this
• 
If practical, do a soft installation of the equipment
first to verify proper operation
• 
One inside antenna can cover four to five
thousand square feet.
New FCC Regulations
• 
All Wilson cellular boosters meet 2014 FCC requirements and are FCC certified
• 
Cellular boosters must be shipped as complete kits and minimum cable lengths observed
• 
New boosters installed after May 1, 2014 must be registered by end user with their carrier
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