|Input voltage||110 - 240 V|
|Input frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Power consumption (typical)||30 W|
|Power source type||AC|
|Uplink gain||70 dB|
|Uplink frequency range||698-716 / 729-746 /777-787 / 824-894 / 1850-1995 / 1710-1755/2110-2155 MHz|
|Type||Indoor cellular signal booster|
|Downlink frequency range||- MHz|
|2G bands supported||850,900,1800,1900 MHz|
|3G bands supported||850,900,1900,2100 MHz|
|4G FDD-LTE bands supported||700,850,1800,2100,800,900,1900 MHz|
Weight & dimensions
POWERFUL PROFESSIONAL GRADE SIGNAL BOOSTER FOR LARGE COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE- Up to 40,000 sq. ft. of coverage
- Wired or LTE WilsonPro Cloud access for remote functionality
- Three outdoor antenna ports to target multiple carrier towers
- Patented XDR onboard automatic software for better control
- 4.3 inch Color LCD touch screen
- 26 dBm uplink power and 17 dBm downlink
The WilsonPro Enterprise 1300 cell phone signal booster provides significantly enhanced 4G LTE and 3G voice and data coverage inside commercial buildings and medium sized enterprise where cell signals may not otherwise penetrate. Installation of an Enterprise 1300 cell signal amplifier system results in fewer dropped calls, improved voice quality, uninterrupted texts, and faster data speeds - along with better audio and video streaming.
The Enterprise 1300 represents the latest in cell signal boosting technology—including a revolutionary industry-first, three outdoor-antenna-port configuration. Depending on cell tower locations, using up to three outdoor antennas (each dedicated to a specific frequency band to collectively amplify signals from multiple towers) helps maximize coverage in commercial spaces up to 40,000 sq. ft.
With wired or LTE access (using the built-in cellular modem) to the WilsonPro Cloud for remote functionality, the Enterprise 1300 provides integrators and building managers with the capability to remotely manage, monitor, and adjust their amplifier, as well as receive real-time updates on a smartphone or tablet. Immediate notification of issues, such as system failure, oscillation, or change in signal strength is also provided via text or email.