Wilson Electronics Bringing 4G Cellular Signal Boosters to CTIA 2011
4G! Possibly the biggest buzzword in technology these days… Whats it mean to most people? Ultra fast data connections and we all want it NAO! The reality is carriers are marketing this 4G technology faster than they are deploying it. Even if its been deployed and your carrier supports it in your city, chances are you’ve found many “dead spots” where you simply lose the 4G connection. WiMAX, LTE, HSPA+ are not immune and quite frankly these “dead spots” are going to be more prevalent than people might be accustomed to with typical 3G connections that work nearly everywhere.
On the CTIA Wireless 2011 showroom floor, Wilson Electronics demonstrates ways to increase your personal 4G coverage areas! Announcing some exciting new products, they are using CTIA to feature the latest and greatest in cellular signal boosters. The most recent announcement includes their new 4G AWS (read HSPA+) signal boosters for the “Advanced Wireless Services” running on 1700/2100MHz bands. Announced with a scheduled shipping date of May 1, 2011 for the 4G AWS product and an MSRP of $399 while WiMAX & LTE products are coming in June 2011.
“The 4G AWS will improve connection quality and increase data transfer speeds in weak signal areas. The 4G AWS will also provide connectivity for customers of rural wireless carriers that use the AWS band for fixed broadband service.”
“Our boosters work with phones, data cards, cellular-enabled tablets and other cellular devices from all manufacturers operating on all North American cellular service provider networks.”
To learn more about the St. George, Utah based company visit their website (www.WilsonElectronics.com)
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