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January 27, 2014

Wilson Electronics Achieves Industry First with AG Pro Quint FCC Certification

Well-renowned manufacturer of cellular signal boosters, Wilson Electronics, has achieved an industry first. Namely, it is the first to achieve FCC certification for a consumer cellular signal booster, its AG Pro Quint indoor booster.

The AG Pro Quint is the first signal booster certified to meet the FCC’s new technical standards. It is capable of boosting 4G and earlier-generation wireless signals for all major U.S. cellular networks. Designed with performance in mind, this five-band signal booster provides strong, reliable coverage in indoor areas such as homes and offices.

“Receiving the first FCC approval to the new network protection standards is a significant achievement for everyone at Wilson Electronics, and affirms our position as the industry and market leader,” said Robert Van Buskirk, president and CEO of Wilson Electronics, in a statement. “We're dedicated to providing the best quality and performance in signal booster product solutions, to enable cellular users to use their mobile devices where and when they need it.”

Throughout 2013, Wilson received consistent praise for its Sleek 4G mobile cellular signal booster, including a handful of award wins. Meanwhile, the product’s Verizon variant, the Sleek 4G-V, was rated in the top of its class by the International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards.

Wilson itself was also directly honored last year with a Workplace Safety Award from the Utah Manufacturers Association and an Excellent in Marketing Award from the Competitive Carriers Association in the Electronic and Social Media category.  Wilson continues its success through status of contributor at the ITEXPO, taking place this week in Miami, Florida.

It seems that, with the newly release AG Pro Quint, Wilson is attempting to duplicate its success with the Sleek 4G. Indeed, the AG Pro Quint features the FCC maximum-allowed 70dB gain and is capable of supporting simultaneous connection from multiple cellular devices. Gain can also be controlled on each of the five supported frequency bands, allowing for greater flexibility in antenna placement.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker


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