Installation - Two Way Radios
Signal Booster
Installation
Guide
In-Building
Wireless
Smart Technology
Signal Booster
Contents:
Antenna Options and Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Before Getting Started / How It Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Installation Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installing a Wilson Electronics Outside Antenna. . . . . . . . 4
Installing a Wilson Electronics Inside Antenna . . . . . . . . . 5
Installing a Wilson Electronics Signal Booster. . . . . . . . . . 6
Powering Up a Wilson Electronics Signal Booster . . . . . . 7
Understanding the Signal Booster Lights . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Warnings and Recommendations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Factor Conversions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Distance Coverage Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Guarantee and Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Signal Booster Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
Note: This manual contains important safety and operating information.
Please read and follow the instructions in this manual. Failure to do so
could be hazardous and result in damage to your signal booster.
Wilson
®
Electronics, Inc.
Installation Instructions for the Following Wilson Signal Boosters:
In-Building Wireless Cellular Smart Technology™ 50 dB Signal Booster
Model # 801105
FCC ID: PWO8011SB IC: 4726A-8011SB
In-Building Wireless Cellular Smart Technology™ 60 dB Signal Booster
Model # 801106, Part # 801108, Part # 801110
FCC ID: PWO8011SB IC: 4726A-8011SB
In-Building Wireless PCS Smart Technology™ 60 dB Signal Booster
Model # 801306
FCC ID: PWO8013SB IC: 4726A-8013SB
In-Building Wireless iDEN Smart Technology™ 50 dB Signal Booster
Model # 804005
FCC ID: PWO8040SB IC: 4726A-8040SB
In-Building Wireless iDEN Smart Technology™ 60 dB Signal Booster
Model # 804006
FCC ID: PWO8040SB IC: 4726A-8040SB
In-Building Wireless 900 MHz Smart Technology™ 60 dB Signal Booster Model #
801506, Model # 801606, Model # 801170, Model # 801370
Not for sale in the U.S. and Canada.
The term “IC” before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada
technical specifications were met.
Antenna Options & Accessories
A
D
E
F
G
B
C
H
1
I
J
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
13 dB 800 MHz Yagi Cellular Antenna (301111)
1900 MHz Yagi PCS Antenna (301124)
800 MHz Yagi Cellular Antenna (301129)
Dual-Band Panel Antenna (301135)
Dual-Polarity Dome Antenna (301123)
Dual-Band Dome Antenna (301121)
Splitters (Multiple splitters available)
Signal Booster Soft Cases
Omni-Directional Antenna (301201)
Marine Antenna (301130)
Contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support Team with any questions at 866-294-1660
or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
Before Getting Started
This guide will help you properly install Wilson Electronics In-Building Wireless Smart
Technology™ Signal Boosters. It is important to read through all of the installation steps
for your particular application prior to installing any equipment. Read through the
instructions, visualize where all the equipment will need to be installed and do a soft installation
before mounting any equipment. If you do not understand the instructions in full, seek
professional help, or contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support at 866-294-1660.
Inside this Package
• In-building wireless signal booster
• AC/DC 110 volt power supply
In-building wireless
signal booster
AC/DC plug-in power supply.
(Sold separately in 801175)
Additional Required Equipment (sold separately)
• Outside antenna (Yagi recommended)
• Inside dome, panel or low-profile antenna
• Antenna coax cable
How it Works
Wilson Electronics signal boosters are small, portable, bi-directional devices that deliver service
levels consistent with what would be expected in areas of high cell network coverage. They
amplify a weak or shadowed signal in mobile, marine and in-building applications.
When using a Wilson Electronics signal booster in conjunction with Wilson Electronics
antennas, the outside antenna will collect the cell tower signal and send it through the cable
to the signal booster. The signal is then amplified and broadcast from the inside antenna to
the surrounding area. Cell phones and cellular data cards in that area then communicate
with the improved signal. When a cell phone or cellular device transmits, the signal is
received by the inside antenna, amplified by the signal booster and broadcast back to the
cell tower through the outside antenna.
Contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support Team with any questions at 866-294-1660
or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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Installation Overview
The following steps provide a summary of the signal booster/antenna installation process.
However, they are not a substitute for the complete installation instructions on the following
pages, which you should read thoroughly. Contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support
Department with any questions at 866-294-1660.
STEP 1 Install the Outside Antenna
Mount the Yagi antenna so that it points toward the cell tower and away from where the
inside antenna will be located. Depending on your signal booster model, the two antennas
will need 50-75 feet of separation. (See illustrations on pages 5 and 7.)
STEP 2 Install the Inside Antenna
Select a location in the center of where the signal needs to be amplified. Refer to the
instructions included with the inside antenna. (See illustration on page 6 to determine the
inside antenna model that best meets your specific needs.)
STEP 3 Install the Signal Booster
Position the signal booster in a well-ventilated location near a power outlet. Attach the
outside and inside antennas to the signal booster using Wilson 400 low loss coax cable
(available from Wilson Electronics).
STEP 4 Power up the Signal Booster
IMPORTANT! Before connecting the power supply, ensure that both the inside and outside
antenna cables are connected. Also ensure that all cell phones and cellular data cards
within 50 feet of the inside antenna are turned off. Plug in the supplied 6-volt power supply
into the signal booster and then into a wall outlet (power supply sold separately in 801175).
STEP 5 Check the Signal Booster Lights
The PWR light should be green, indicating that the signal booster has power. If all other
lights are also green, the signal booster is operating properly; however, if you do not have
the desired signal coverage area, refer to pages 5, 6, 9 and 10.
Note: if you are using an outdoor Yagi antenna, it must be adjusted for maximum signal.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
Installing a Wilson Electronics Outside Antenna
Select a location on the roof of the building
to install the outside antenna, using a cell
phone in test mode to find the strongest
signal from the cell tower.
RF Signal
Cell Tower
Yagi External Antenna
!
Warning: Never point the front
of the Yagi antenna toward the inside
antenna - oscillation will result, causing
amber light and gain reduction.
For test mode help, visit
www.wilsonelectronics.com or call
Technical Support at 866-294-1660.
Follow the specific antenna installation
instructions included with the outside
antenna.
CORRECT
Pointing toward
cell tower
NOT
CORRECT
Lightning protection is recommended for
all in-building installations. Take extreme
care to ensure neither you nor the antenna
come in contact with any electrical power
lines.
A Yagi antenna must be installed
horizontally with the elements vertical and
the drip hole on the bottom. Ensure there
are three feet of clearance in all directions
surrounding the antenna.
!
Warning: The outside antenna must
be installed on an outdoor permanent structure
with a separation of at least 20 feet from all
persons during normal operation.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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Installing a Wilson Electronics Inside Antenna
Select a suitable location for the inside antenna, preferably in the center of where the signal
needs to be amplified. To determine signal strength and coverage distance, refer to page
12 of this installation guide.
Follow the specific antenna installation instructions included with the inside antenna.
Wilson Electronics has several inside antenna options. The dome and panel antennas are
the most popular for in-building applications.
For a square room, a dome antenna will provide better coverage. (A)
For a rectangular room, a panel antenna will provide better coverage. (B)
In some cases, multiple inside antennas may be required (C & D). A signal may be “split”
by using a splitter. If using more than one inside antenna, a separation of at least 20 feet is
necessary between inside antennas.
= Dome Antenna
= Amplifier
= Panel Antenna
= Splitter
A
C
B
D
Connect the coax cable from the signal booster to the inside antenna. For distances of 20 feet or
more, use Wilson 400 low loss coax cable to prevent significant signal loss.
Warning:
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An inside antenna must have a separation distance from all persons that
is at least 12 inches for the 5.2 dBi dome antenna and 15 inches for the 7
dBi panel antenna.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
Installing a Wilson Electronics Signal Booster
Select a location to install the signal booster that is away from excessive heat, direct
sunlight, moisture and that has proper ventilation. Do not place the signal booster in an
air-tight enclosure.
Recommended installation locations for in-building signal boosters are:
• On a wall
• On the ceiling
• Near a power outlet
Run the outside antenna cable to the signal booster and attach it to the N-Female
connector labeled “outside antenna” on the signal booster. Run the inside antenna cable to
the signal booster and attach it to the N-Female connector labeled “inside antenna” on the
signal booster.
Note: Be careful when plugging the connector in so as not to damage the center pins on
the connectors.
Antenna Separation
Point Yagi antenna
away from inside
antenna
Outside
Antenna
1900 MHz Yagi
Antenna Shown
50 feet minimum
separation between inside
and outside antenna for
50 dB cellular amplifier
Cell
Site
68 feet for 60 dB PCS amplifier
75 feet for 60 dB cellular
amplifier
Inside Antenna
Optional Dome
Antenna Shown
Supports
Multiple
Users
Amplifier
AC/DC
Power Supply
Connect the outside antenna to the signal booster with Wilson 400 low loss coax cable
(available from Wilson Electronics). Place the inside antenna in the center of the area
needing the amplified signal. It is important to have at least 50 feet of separation between
the inside and outside antennas for the 50 dB signal boosters, 68 feet of separation
distance for the 60 dB PCS signal boosters and at least 75 feet of separation distance for
the 60 dB cellular signal boosters.
Warning:
Connecting the signal booster directly to the cell phone with use of an
adapter will damage the cell phone.
Contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support Team with any questions at 866-294-1660
or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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Powering up a Wilson Electronics Signal Booster
1. IMPORTANT! Ensure that all cell phones and cellular data cards within 50 feet of the
inside antenna are turned off.
2. To verify proper installation of the signal booster and antennas, make sure that the
distance between the inside and outside antennas is a minimum of 50 feet for the 50 dB
signal booster, 68 feet of separation distance for the 60 dB PCS signal booster, and 75
feet for the 60 dB cellular signal booster.
3. If you are using an outside Yagi antenna, never point the front of the Yagi toward the inside
antenna.
4. Ensure that both the outside antenna coax cable and the inside antenna coax cable are
connected to the signal booster before powering up the signal booster.
5. Plug the 6-volt power supply into the signal booster input marked “power” (carefully, to
avoid damaging the center pin) and then into a wall outlet.
Warning:
Use only the power supply provided in this package. Use of a non-Wilson
Electronics product may damage your equipment (power supply sold
separately in 801175).
Warning:
Verify that both the outside antenna and the inside antenna are
connected to the signal booster before powering up the signal booster.
NOTE: The aluminum casing of a Wilson Electronics signal booster will adjust very
quickly to the ambient temperature of its environment. For example, in the summer,
when the attic of a house can easily exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the signal booster
temperature may be 10 or more degrees higher. The casing will be hot to the touch.
Such high temperatures will not damage the signal booster, nor do they pose a fire
risk. As recommended in these instructions, install the signal booster in a location with
adequate ventilation. Keep the area free of items that could block air flow to the signal
booster.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
Understanding the Signal Booster Lights
If your signal booster has this
light configuration refer to the
instructions below.
The signal booster is equipped with sensitive electronics designed to detect signal booster
oscillation or cell phone overload, both of which can hamper signal booster performance. The
signal booster is designed to automatically reduce gain or, if necessary, shut down to prevent
or compensate for these conditions. Oscillation or overload can be caused by improper
equipment installation -- understanding the signal booster lights will help you identify and
solve potential problems.
OSC
40 50 60
When the signal booster is initially powered on, the 60 light will
turn green. This indicates the signal booster is working at the
proper gain level.
OSC
40 50 60
If the 50 light is green, an oscillation has been detected and
the signal booster is powering down. Verify that the outside
Yagi antenna is pointed away from the inside antenna and
not across the roof of the building. If need be, redirect the
Yagi antenna so that it is pointing away from the inside
antenna. Then, reset the signal booster by disconnecting and
reconnecting the power supply.
OSC
40 50 60
If the 40 light is green, the signal booster is continuing to
power down. Try operating the cell phone farther away from
the inside antenna. If need be, redirect the Yagi antenna so
that it is pointing away from the inside antenna. Then, reset
the signal booster by disconnecting and reconnecting the
power supply.
OSC
40 50 60
If the OSC light is solid red, the signal booster has shut
down to prevent oscillation. Try operating the cell phone
farther away from the inside antenna. Verify that the outside
Yagi antenna is pointed away from the inside antenna and
not across the roof of the building. If need be, redirect the
Yagi antenna so that it is pointing away from the inside
antenna. Then, reset the signal booster by disconnecting and
reconnecting the power supply.
OSC
40 50 60
If the OSC light is blinking red, the signal booster has shut
down to prevent a receive overload. Try moving the outside
antenna further away from the cell tower.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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Understanding the Signal Booster Lights
If your signal booster has this
light configuration refer to the
instructions below.
The signal booster is equipped with sensitive electronics designed to detect signal booster
oscillation or cell phone overload, both of which can hamper signal booster performance. The
signal booster is designed to automatically reduce gain or, if necessary, shut down to prevent
or compensate for these conditions. Oscillation or overload can be caused by improper
equipment installation -- understanding the signal booster lights will help you identify and
solve potential problems.
When the signal booster is initially powered on, the 65 light
will turn green. This indicates the signal booster is working at
the proper gain level.
OSC
45 55 65
OSC
45 55 65
If the 55 light is green, an oscillation has been detected and
the signal booster is powering down. Verify that the outside
Yagi antenna is pointed away from the inside antenna and
not across the roof of the building. If need be, redirect the
Yagi antenna so that it is pointing away from the inside
antenna. Then, reset the signal booster by disconnecting and
reconnecting the power supply.
OSC
45 55 65
If the 45 light is green, the signal booster is continuing to
power down. Try operating the cell phone farther away from
the inside antenna. If need be, redirect the Yagi antenna so
that it is pointing away from the inside antenna. Then, reset
the signal booster by disconnecting and reconnecting the
power supply.
OSC
45 55 65
If the OSC light is solid red, the signal booster has shut
down to prevent osciallation. Try operating the cell phone
farther away from the inside antenna. Verify that the outside
Yagi antenna is pointed away from the inside antenna and
not across the roof of the building. If need be, redirect the
Yagi antenna so that it is pointing away from the inside
antenna. Then, reset the signal booster by disconnecting and
reconnecting the power supply.
OSC
45 55 65
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If the OSC light is blinking red, the signal booster has shut
down to prevent a receive overload. Try moving the outside
antenna further away from the cell tower.
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
Understanding the Signal Booster Lights
Wilson
®
Electronics, Inc.
If your signal booster has this
light configuration refer to the
instructions below.
TM
The signal booster is equipped with sensitive electronics designed to detect signal booster
oscillation or cell phone overload, both of which can hamper signal booster performance. The
signal booster is designed to automatically reduce gain or, if necessary, shut down to prevent
or compensate for these conditions. Oscillation or overload can be caused by improper
equipment installation -- understanding the signal booster lights will help you identify and
solve potential problems.
PWR
A
B
C
D
The power light will turn green when the signal booster
is initially powered on.
PWR
A
B
C
D
A BLINKING red light indicates a cell tower overload.
Move the outside antenna further away from the cell
tower.
PWR
A
B
C
D
When the D light is green, the signal booster is working
at proper gain level (peak performance).
PWR
A
B
C
D
If light C is green but D is out, an oscillation has been
detected and the signal booster is powering down. To
remedy this, turn the outside antenna slightly away from
the inside antenna until the D light turns green.
PWR
A
B
C
D
If light B is green and C and light D are off, an oscillation
has been detected and the signal booster is powering
down. To remedy this, turn the outside antenna slightly
away from the inside antenna until the D light turns
green.
PWR
A
B
C
D
If light A is solid red, the signal booster has shut down to
prevent an oscillation. To remedy this, turn the outside
antenna slightly away from the cell tower. The signal
booster will reset automatically but may also be reset by
disconnecting and reconnecting the power supply.
Contact Wilson Electronics Technical Support Team with any questions at 866-294-1660
or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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Warnings and Recommendations
Warning:
The Yagi antenna must always be located so the back or side points
to the inside antenna. Never point the front of the Yagi antenna toward
the inside antenna – oscillation will result, causing amber light and gain
reduction.
Warning:
The outside antenna must be installed on an outdoor permanent structure
with a separation of at least 20 feet from all persons during normal
operation.
Warning:
Connecting the signal booster directly to the cell phone with use of an
adapter will damage the cell phone.
Warning:
Connect both the outside and inside antenna cables to the signal
booster before powering up the signal booster.
Warning:
Use only the power supply provided in this package. Use of a nonWilson Electronics product may damage your equipment.
Warning:
RF Safety: An inside antenna must have a separation distance from all
persons that is at least 12 inches for the 5.2 dBi dome antenna and 15
inches for the 7 dBi panel antenna.
Lightning protection is recommended for all in-building installations.
Finding Signal Strength and Calculating Coverage Distance
Signal strength and the corresponding coverage distance you can expect to achieve with your
signal booster/antenna system are based on a combination of several factors: the received
signal strength of your cell phone alone, the signal gain achieved by your signal booster and
antennas and the signal loss from cables, taps and splitters you may be using.
To calculate your approximate signal coverage distance, you can enter this information
into our Coverage Area Calculator on the Technical Support page on our website (www.
wilsonelectronics.com). If you prefer, you can manually calculate your approximate signal
coverage distance using the instructions on this and the following two pages.
First, measure the Outside Signal Level (OSL) at the intended outside antenna location using
a cell phone in test mode. (For assistance, visit the Phone Test Modes section on the Technical
Support page on our website or call 866-294-1660.) The OSL will always be a negative
number. (Even if the cell phone shows a positive number, you will need to change it to a
negative for this calculation.) Maximum signal strength is usually about -50. When the signal
weakens to about -100 or worse, the call may be dropped.
Depending on the model, your signal booster gain (AG) will be 50, 60 or 65 dB (see the label
on your signal booster or the specification table on the back cover of this guide). Your inside
and outside antennas will also add signal gain, again depending on the antenna models you
are using (see the table on page 13).
You will also experience some signal loss from cables, splitters and taps used to connect your
system (see the table on page 13).
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Factor Conversions
Using the table below, find and circle the appropriate decibel (dB) numbers that correspond
to the equipment in your particular system. Be sure to choose your numbers from the
appropriate frequency column based on the service you receive (iDEN, Cellular or PCS).
Frequency
iDEN
851
Cellular
869
PCS
1930
Low Profile (inside)
+3 dB
+3 dB
+3 dB
Dual-Band Panel (inside)
+7 dB
+7 dB
+7 dB
Dual-Band Dome (inside)
+2 dB
+2 dB
+2 dB
Dual-Polarity Dome (inside)
+5 dB
+5 dB
+5 dB
Yagi 806-939 MHz Cellular (outside)
+13 dB
+13 dB
+13 dB
Yagi 800-900 MHz Cellular (outside)
+10 dB
+10 dB
+10 dB
Yagi 1800-1900 MHz PCS (outside)
+14 dB
+14 dB
+14 dB
20’ RG 58
-4 dB
-4 dB
-7 dB
20’ Wilson 400
-3 dB
-3 dB
-4 dB
30’ Wilson 400
-3 dB
-3 dB
-5 dB
50’ Wilson 400
-4 dB
-4 dB
-7 dB
100’ Wilson 400
-7 dB
-7 dB
-10 dB
-3 dB
-3 dB
-3 dB
-6/-10 dB
-6/-10 dB
-6/-10 dB
Antenna Factor (AF)
Cable Factor (CF)
Splitter Factor (SF)
Tap Factor (TF) (depends on model - refer to tap label)
Use the following formula to calculate your Signal Strength (S). Write in your numbers
as appropriate. Be sure to account for the length of all cable, inside and out. Add up the
numbers for all taps and/or splitters (if you are not using any, enter 0). Remember, AG and
AF will be positive numbers; OSL, CF, TF, SF and S will be negative.
OSL
+
AG
+
AF
+
CF
+
SF
+
TF
=
S
Once you have calculated your signal strength, use the graph on the following page to
determine approximate coverage distance. See below for a sample calculation.
Sample Signal Strength and Coverage Calculation
This example assumes an OSL of -90, use of a 60 dB cellular signal booster, an 806-939
MHz Yagi antenna and a low profile inside antenna with 100 total feet of inside and outside
9913 cable with no splitters or taps.
OSL
AG
AF
CF
SF
TF
-90 (always a negative number) found on cell phone in test mode
+60 gain
+16 dB gain (+13 dB for the Yagi antenna and +3 dB for the low-profile antenna)
-7 dB loss
0 (none used)
0 (none used)
Formula: -90 + 60 + 16 + -7 + 0 + 0 = -21
With a signal strength of -21, coverage distance would be
approximately 120 feet from the inside antenna.
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0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
COVERAGE
DISTANCE (ft)
FORMULA
SOLUTION
COVERAGE DISTANCE IN FT
-10
391 / 157
-15
220 / 88
-20
122 / 50
SIGNAL STRENGTH
70 / 28
-25
39 / 16
-30
22 / 9
-35
NOTE: Your actual coverage may vary from at least
half to twice the indicated distance due to signal
fading, obstructions or reflections.
When you complete the calculation on page 13, find
your Signal Strength number on the horizontal axis
(-10 to -40). Then, follow the nearest vertical gridline
upward to where it intersects with the 800 MHz or
1900 MHz line, as appropriate. You can then
determine your approximate coverage distance in
feet, as indicated on the vertical axis (0 to 400).
1900 MHz
800 MHz
INSIDE BUILDING COVERAGE DISTANCE
-40
12 / 5
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
All Wilson Electronics products are protected by Wilson Electronics 30-day
money-back guarantee. If for any reason the performance of any product is not
acceptable, simply return the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of
purchase.
1-Year Warranty
Wilson Electronics signal boosters are warranted for one (1) year against defects
in workmanship and / or materials. Warranty cases may be resolved by returning
the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of purchase.
Signal boosters may also be returned directly to the manufacturer at the
consumer’s expense, with a dated proof of purchase and a Returned Material
Authorization (RMA) number supplied by Wilson Electronics. Wilson Electronics
shall, at its option, either repair or replace the product. Wilson Electronics will pay
for delivery of the repaired or replaced product back to the original consumer within
the continental United States.
This warranty does not apply to any signal boosters determined by Wilson
Electronics to have been subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, or mishandling that
alters or damages physical or electronic properties.
The Manufacturer’s rated output power of this equipment is for single carrier operation.
For situations when multiple carrier signals are present, the rating would have to be
reduced by 3.5 dB, especially where the output signal is re-radiated and can cause
interference to adjacent band users. This power reduction is to be by means of input power
or gain reduction and not by an attenuator at the output of the device.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
interference and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that
may cause undesired operation of this device.
Disclaimer: The information provided by Wilson Electronics, Inc. is believed to
be complete and accurate. However, no responsibility is assumed by Wilson
Electronics, Inc. for any business or personal losses arising from its use, or for
any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties that may result from
its use.
Copyright © 2010 Wilson Electronics, Inc. All rights reserved.
Wilson
®
Electronics, Inc.
3301 East Deseret Drive, St. George UT 84790
For additional Technical Support visit
www.wilsonelectronics.com
Phone: 866-294-1660
Fax: 435-656-2432
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or email: [email protected] Hours: 7 am to 6 pm MST.
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In-Building Wireless Signal Booster
Specifications (GSM & Cellular)
Model/Part
Number
Cellular
# 801105/801175
Cellular
# 801106
Cellular
#801108
Cellular
#801110
Cellular
#801165
Frequency
Uplink
824-849 MHz
824-849 MHz
824-835 MHz
835-849 MHz
824-849 MHz
Downlink
869-894 MHz
869-894 MHz
869-880 MHz
880-894 MHz
869-894 MHz
Gain
50 dB
60 dB
Channel A
60 dB
Channel B
60 dB
65 dB
Max Output
3 watts
AGC Limit
(uplink/downlink)
+ 30 dBm / + 30 dBm
Noise Figure
3-4 dB typical
Flatness
(uplink/downlink)
± 2.5 dB
Isolation
(uplink/downlink)
> 90 dB
Power
Requirements
Input: 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz 0.6 A / Output: 6 V DC 3 A
Connectors
N-Female 50 ohms
Dimensions
5.6 x 3.6 x 1.7 (inch) / 14.2 x 9.1 x 4.4 (cm)
Weight
1.5 lbs / .7kg
In-Building Wireless Signal booster Specifications (iDEN, PCS, EGSM & DCS)
Model/Part
Number
iDEN
# 804005
iDEN
# 804006
PCS
# 801306
PCS
# 801365
EGSM
#801506
DCS
#801606
Not for sale in the U.S. or Canada
Frequency
Uplink
806-821 MHz
806-821 MHz 1850-1910 MHz 1850-1910 MHz 880-915 MHz 1710-1755 MHz
Downlink
851-866 MHz
851-866 MHz 1930-1990 MHz 1930-1990 MHz 925-960 MHz 1805-1880 MHz
Gain
50 dB
60 dB
Max Output
3 watts
AGC Limit
(uplink/downlink)
+ 30 dBm / + 30 dBm
Noise Figure
3-4 dB typical
Flatness
(uplink/downlink)
± 2.5 dB
60 dB
65 dB
60dB
2 watts
60dB
3 watts
+30 dBm / +30 dBm
4 dB typical
3 dB typical
± 4 dB
Isolation
(uplink/downlink)
> 90 dB
Power
Requirements
Input: 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz 0.6 A / Output: 6 V DC 3 A
Connectors
N-Female 50 ohms
Dimensions
5.6 x 3.6 x 1.7 (inch) / 14.2 x 9.1 x 4.4 (cm)
Weight
1.5 lbs / 0.7 kg
Part #110434 - Rev29 / 11.19.10
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