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Would anyone be interested in a Wilson Electronics bidirectional amp and car cradle that supports Upper/Lower 700 MHz, Cellular 850 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz, and AWS 2100+1700 MHz?

 

FCC OET authorization:

 

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=580636&fcc_id='PWO2B3425

 

User's Manual:

 

https://www.dropbox....chment.html.pdf

 

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Would anyone be interested in a Wilson Electronics bidirectional amp and car cradle that supports Upper/Lower 700 MHz' date=' Cellular 850 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz, and AWS 2100+1700 MHz?

 

FCC OET authorization:

 

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=580636&fcc_id='PWO2B3425

 

User's Manual:

 

https://www.dropbox....chment.html.pdf

 

AJ

 

This is the post i wish i could like 100 times. This is awesome news! Now hopefully they release one for houses soon!

 

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To be clear' date=' it does not support SMR 800 MHz, however.

 

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One step at a time. I'm hoping i wont need one when SMR 800 is fully deployed.

 

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Related: the FCC is cracking down on amps operating in licensed frequency bands: http://arstechnica.c...ignal-boosters/

 

Edit: Ars has, uh, somewhat sensationalized the situation (surprise, surprise). Here's what the FCC actually says about consumer boosters: http://wireless.fcc....ters/index.html (there are also pages for industrial/commercial applications). Sprint and the other Big Four carriers have pledged to approve, free of charge, the use of any consumer device that meets the new standards.

 

Another Edit: Wilson has the product page for this booster online now.

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