Wilson 801280 AG Pro 75 Cell Signal Repeater Booster, Review

This is a brand new Cell phone signal booster for vehicle named Wilson 801280 AG Pro 75.  Wilson had delivered this to major dealers recently. This is Wilson’s largest cell phone booster.  It is a dual-band bi-directional cell phone signal booster 800/1900MHz amplifier. This case of amplifier is new for Wilson. This is a small achievement with bi-directional cell phone signal booster against other manufacturers. We can imagine its future; this metal case will become the standard for the largest bi-directional cell phone signal booster by Wilson. There are mounting tabs at each corner so that this can be mounted on walls and female connectors on each side.  This is an industry standard and makes the amplifier ready to be connected to coax with N-Female connectors. The Wilson Wireless Cell Phone signal Booster 301127 works best when it is mounted in a vertical position. Avoid mounting this antenna against a metal surface. An interior broadcast antenna is connected to the amplifier in the vehicle. The Wilson 301127 is used to amplify the cell signal in the vehicle.  The antenna is flat and rectangle.  It is mounted with Velcro.  A Velcro patch is the size of the antenna which is included. The entire piece is not required to hold the antenna in place and sometimes it can be mounted at multiple locations in the vehicle where you want.801280

Adjusting the Amplifier

The Wilson 801280 AG Pro 75 is Wilson’s first cellular amplifier. Wilson Cell Phone Signal Boosters have automatic adjustment.  The new manual adjust method is very simple and easily understandable.  Each frequency is having their own adjustment knob.  The knob controls power of the amplifier. The amplifier can be adjusted if the inside and outside antennas are connected once. Turn each adjustment knob to increase the power until the indicator light goes red or blinks red, and then back it down a bit till the light goes green.  This can bring each frequency to the maximum power without oscillation or any tower problems.  Antenna oscillation is when the inside and outside antenna broadcast over each other. Oscillation can cause issues with the tower carrier so the Wilson 801280 will be shut down if they are showing red lights.  The farther the antennas are from each other, the more power can be used which can increase the interior broadcast signal. As a rule-of-thumb, there should be 50 to 75 feet of separation between the interior and exterior antennas. The Wilson Wireless Cell Phone signal Boosters are the top choices for many homes and small offices.  The simplicity and power of this amplifier have proved the ability to improve signal in the 5,000 ft range with a single antenna. Larger spaces can be covered depending upon various conditions.  This AG Pro is a 70/75dB cell phone booster can handle two internal antennas with the help of a splitter very easily. The adjustability of the amplifier can be implemented in various situations and will allow systems to be environmental friendly.


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