Cell phone signal boosters (or cellular repeaters) are bidirectional amplifiers designed to boost the mobile phone reception using internal signal amplifiers, reception antennas and rebroadcast antennas. External antennas collect good cellular signal, and then it is transmitted to an amplifier, which retransmits the signal locally. This process results in much better signal.
We have not talked much about original source of the transmission. This is what the cellphone amplifier receives. A cell phone signal booster amplifies those RF waves to meet your calling, texting, and Internet surfing needs. Phones communicate with towers to transmit data. This data travels on specific frequencies. Those frequencies are specific to the carrier who owns and operates its tower. Bands of frequencies are grouped together to represent various platforms such as CDMA, TDMA, GSM, and now AWS.
To find the difference between 50 and 75 Ohm WilsonPro booster kits, search for "50 Ohm versus 75 Ohm" in search field. Wilson Pro signal boosters offer this option to choose between both types of systems. We recommend 50 Ohm ones for its peak performance. However, you may opt for 75 Ohm ones if the wiring in your large establishment is pre-wired with 75 Ohm cables. The latter makes it a breeze to install and provides almost close to same performance. Both shown are 4G LTE Wilson booster kits. All weBoost cellular boosting kits that state "4G" in their names are 4G LTE cell phone signal boosters. They increase high speed mobile data transfers. They improve 4G and LTE Plus (LTE+) or Advanced (LTE-A) data speeds. They also improve voice reception. This is because they are backward compatible! Additionally, they are forward compatible with anticipated 5G LTE, in advance! 3G kits were not forward compatible. Do you now carry a 4G phone? If yes, this is a great time to step-up and upgrade your boosting system to 4G. Phone boosters enhance performance of any smartphone. Many other advantages of Pro boosters make them the best choice for large businesses and their commercial applications.
Rural areas often have problems with bad signal. Most service providers won’t make new towers in rural areas, because housing density is low. Cell phone signal boosters can solve this problem.