Home » Outsite/Outdoors » Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office


Category : Outsite/Outdoors
Do not lose your chance to get this rare opportunity!
* Discount only for limited time, Buy it now!



"This Best Selling Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office Tends to SELL OUT VERY FAST! If this is a MUST HAVE product, be sure to Order Now to avoid disappointment!"

Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office


Wilson Electronics - DT - Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office


IMPROVES CELLULAR PHONE & CELLULAR-BASED DATA CARD PERFORMANCE IN THE HOME OR OFFICE ANYWHERE A STRONGER CELLULAR SIGNAL IS NEEDED INDOORSGREATLY REDUCES DROPPED CALLS & INCREASES THE PHONE’S BATTERY LIFESUPPORTS MULTIPLE PHONES & CELLULAR-BASED DATA CARD USERS SIMULTANEOUSLYWORKS WITH ALL CELLULAR PHONES & ALL US-BASED CARRIERS EXCEPT IDEN/NEXTELINCLUDES EVERYTHING NEEDED TO IMPROVE SIGNAL IN ANY ROOM OF THE HOME OR OFFICE & AC POWER SUPPLYUP TO 500 SQ FT COVERAGE AREAUPC : 813986006436Shipping Dimensions : 18.75in X 14.00in X 4.75inEstimated Shipping Weight : 7.5113Designed to give the best results when used in a single room, the Wilson Electronics Desktop (DT) Cell Phone Signal Booster increases your cell phone’s signal by more than 15 times. It significantly improves your cell phone’s overall performance by minimizing dropped calls, increasing data rates, and letting you enjoy clearer reception, making the Wilson DT the ideal solution in an office or at home.

DT Desktop Cell Phone
Signal Booster
At a Glance:
  • Boosts cell phone signal by more than 15x in your home
  • Fewer dropped calls; faster data rates
  • Easy installation with mounting hardware included
  • Supports CDMA, TDMA, GSM and AMPS cell phone technologies
  • Made in the USA


Multiple mounting options ensure you’ll get the best possible signal. View larger.

The Wilson Electronics Desktop (DT) cell phone signal Booster. View larger.

It’s All About Power
The primary cause of dropped calls is low signal output power from the cell phone to the cell tower, which limits the phone’s ability to communicate with the tower. A typical cell phone provides merely one-fifth of a watt of output power. To address this problem, the amplifier and the outside antenna work together to increase the phone’s output power by more than 15 times over using just the phone alone.

Enjoy Premium Reception and Fewer Dropped Calls
If you have to go to the window or outside to be able to use your cell phone, you know the frustration of weak cell phone signal reception. Using state-of-the-art technology, the Wilson DT amplifies the signal both to and from the cell tower, increasing the power to penetrate through natural or man-made obstructions, thus enabling you to communicate where you were unable to before.

The Wilson DT comes with a compact signal booster that fits neatly on your desk or small table, and it works best when placed in the room where you’re experiencing problems with reception.

Included Hardware for Multiple Mounting Options
The Wilson DT is connected via a coaxial cable to the outside antenna, which performs best when mounted outside of the building and pointed towards the nearest cell tower. The antenna may also be mounted on a window (again, best when aimed at the nearest cell tower), or on an outside wall; however, some performance may be lost.

Once installed, the Wilson DT enhances the signal of multiple cell phones and data cards near the device. The result is that you will experience fewer dropped calls, clearer call quality, and improved data rates–even with 3G technologies.

Compatible with Most Cell Phone Models and Providers
The Wilson DT is compatible with all US and Canadian cellular providers, excluding iDEN, Nextel, and MIKE. Also, it supports CDMA, TDMA, GSM, and AMPS cell phone technologies, as well as data protocols such as GPRS, 1xRTT, HSDPA, EVDO, and EDGE. The use of radio distribution equipment that enhances, extends or amplifies a wireless signal may be prohibited without the consent of the wireless carrier upon whose network such equipment will be used. You should consult with your carrier before purchasing such equipment to use with that carrier’s service.

The Wilson DT Signal Booster includes a 30-day money-back guarantee and is backed by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Specifications

  • Frequency: 824-894 MHz / 1850-1990 MHz
  • Amplifier Gain: 56dB / 56dB
  • System Gain: 62dB
  • Max Output Power: 1.3 watts
  • Max RF (downlink): +9.5dBm
  • Noise Figure: 3.5dB nominal
  • Flatness: ±5dB
  • Isolation: > 90dB
  • Power Requirements: 120-240V AC, 50-60 Hz, 8W
  • Connectors: TNC Female / F-Female
  • Dimensions: 6.2 x 4.2 x 1.5 (inches)
  • Weight: 0.64 lbs

What’s in the Box
Includes everything you need for a full installation DT amplifier, on-board antenna, outside antenna, coaxial cables (20 feet and 30 feet), cable connector, wall bracket, mounting hardware for pole, wall or window mount, and AC power supply.



The Wilson DT is ideal for improving you cell phone signal and data rates in a single room. Everything you need for better reception
is included in the box. View larger.


  • Signal booster improves cellular signal for both voice and data rates in small area
  • Boosts your cell phone’s signal by more than 15 times
  • Completely wireless; requires no physical connection to your cell phone
  • Compatible with 800/1,900 MHz frequencies for all US and Canadian cellular providers (except iDen/Nextel/MIKE)
  • Comes with 30-day money-back guarantee and 1-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Signal booster improves cellular signal for both voice and data rates in small area,20?+30? RG-6 cable for custom installation

We have searched the web to find the best prices available. Click Here to find out where to get the best deal on Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office

Check for Special Price Today!

Question by MajorGeek: Why do my router transmits internet speed limited to 54 mbps only on my another computer?
Why do my router transmits internet speed limited to 54 mbps only on my another computer?My main access point computer gets 100 mbps.This is a Net gear 1000N router.Is there anyway to increase speed on that other computer?
I really don’t know what you are asking for.i know in my router config page there is something that says radio..is it possible to change speed by going there?

Best answer:

Answer by WayneH
Sounds like the 54 Mb/s PC has a wireless G radio and that speed is correct. The other computer may have a wireless N radio, faster than G. Since you didn’t share the specs on the radios that’s all I can think of.
————————————————————————————————————————————–
The data speed of a wireless connection depends on two things. The router, which will transmit in three “bands”. B = 10 Mb/s. G = 54 Mb/s. N = ~110 Mb/s. Most modern routers transmit in all three at the same time. But they can be changed to transmit in only one “band” or speed.

The wireless receiver/card on a PC comes in the same flavors. The main difference is that a “B” receiver/card cannot receive the higher speeds. A “G” receiver/card will use both B and G. An “N” receiver/card will use all three, B, G, and N.

It sounds to me like one of your PCs uses N and the other G. And no, you cannot change the speed on these cards. If you want faster speed you buy a higher speed card.

And you never did say if the 100 Mb/s PC is wired or wireless. 100 Mb/s is standard on a wired connection.

In short, it sounds like you one one wired and the other wireless G.

What do you think? Answer below!

Wooww, nice product! I want to share this product!
facebook
twitter
stumbleupon
Delicious
reddit
Digg

What customers say about Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office?

  1. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    417 of 435 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Booster Tool, February 5, 2010
    By 
    JDP

    This review is from: Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine Program (What’s this?)

    No matter whose providing our cell phone service, dead zones still seem to be an issue. The overpriced and underachieving booster that my service provider billed us for was absolutely worthless. In short, after four days use I boxed it up and sent it back for an account credit. When the opportunity came along to take the Wilson Electronics 801247 Cell Phone Signal Booster for a test drive I had some serious doubts.

    Opening the box, the first thing I noticed was the hard plastic body casing for both the exterior antenna and the amplifier. Speaking from personal experience I know that the exterior antenna unit will have a short lifespan against the elements unless it is weather proofed. Corrosion will definitely have an effect on the connectors. Vulcanizing tape, electrical tape and Scotch coat is a must if this product is installed outdoors. My other gripe is the design of the cradle. Its a given that the cradle will accumulate standing water which could result in damage to the unit.

    That said, I did a quick inventory of hardware that included the DT amplifier, amplifier antenna, exterior antenna, mounting hardware, barrel connector, ac power supply, and both 20′ and 30′ coaxial cables. Kudos to the folks at Wilson for providing a detailed and readable instruction manual. Tools that will come in handy if mounting outdoors including the protection that I mentioned earlier are a drill, 3/16″ bit, phillips head screwdriver and an adjustable wrench. After determining the location of the strongest signal, I opted to mount the exterior antenna inside on a facing window.

    Just a reminder to mount the front of the antenna so that it faces outside (which is the logo side) and not in the direction of the amplifier. To keep the system from oscillating and shutting down, I placed the amplifier about 20 feet away from the antenna. Always point the onboard antenna backwards towards the exterior antenna. The flashing of the red light means the gear is too close to each other and the unit will shut down. The green light means all systems are go. Luckily we got this model up and running after only two tries.

    Now the important test. In the same space and about 10 feet away from the amplifier I opened my cell phone and got a surprise. Instead of getting the customary one bar for this location, I had the full compliment. That has never happened here. Conversations were crisp and clear. Instead of turning up my volume to hear the other party, I had to lower the volume on my phone. That is a first. To further test this system, I walked down the hall to the soda machine which is about an additional 30 feet away. Even though I lost a couple of bars, my reception was still clear.

    It goes without saying that this product is far superior then the overpriced piece of junk that my cell phone provider shipped out to me. The Utah based manufacturer backs this system with a one year warranty and also a 30 day money back guarantee. The company website is somewhat basic but offers great links to various product operating manuals, tech support and a toll free customer service number.

    In closing, my only disappointment remains with the overall design of the exterior antenna and cradle. Still this booster delivers on a great signal. With proper installation (weatherizing) this Wilson Electronics product may just be the right choice for those of us that can’t hear you now.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No






  2. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
    Posted on

    Apr 24, 2013 10:07:28 AM PDT

    Thank you for the great review `JDP’.

    We appreciate your feedback on the outside cradle antenna. As you have probably seen since your original review, the antenna is designed to last and can withstand the elements. These antennas are used everywhere from Florida to Alaska and even in remote areas of Canada. There is a rubber seal around the antenna and at the base of the connector to protect it from the weather, and a drip hole at the bottom to avoid moisture accumulation. We recommend the connector be sealed or coated after the coax has been attached for best results, as mentioned by `Chi Guy’ in a prior comment. We are so confident about the durability of these antennas that we back them with the same 2 year warranty as the boosters.

    If you have any issues or concerns, our Support Department is ready to assist. Please call us at (866) 294-1660 or via email at tech@wilsonelectronics.com.

    Juan Ferrer
    Customer Support

     
  3.  
  4. 162 of 168 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    good product, does what it says it will do, July 11, 2010
    By 
    P. Boyce
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I switched from a verizon cell phone to the iphone 4 and at&t. Coverage in my area, Sedona, AZ is not that good with at&t. In my house I was getting 1-2 bars and a few dropped calls with my new phone. When I went up on the roof, I discovered that I could get 5 bars on my phone. So I bought the Wilson unit and installed it as per their clear instructions, putting the antenna on the roof and the amplifier in my living room. It raised my bars in the house to 4-5 bars. Calls are clear and strong now. Very happy.

    Important point: what you need to understand is that this unit will only amplify an existing cell signal. It cannot amplify a non-existent signal. In other words, you have to find a place in your house, probably on the roof, where you get good strong cell reception. Then the unit will bring that strong signal into your house. The unit cannot create a signal where none exists.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  5. 184 of 203 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good Investment! Wilson’s Cellular Signal Booster: A Critical Review, February 17, 2010
    By 
    Andre Lawrence (Miami, Florida) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Wilson Electronics – DT – Cell Phone Signal Booster for Small Home or Office (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine Program (What’s this?)

    Wilson’s Electronics, a company out of St. George, Utah has been producing a number of products that enhances the performance of many of the digital devices that we use and rely upon. “The Cellular Signal Booster” is a powerful amplifier system that’s used to strengthen the reception of the radio waves to/from a cellphone and Internet data cards.

    I’ve tested the product for two weeks using my Blackberry Curve (T-Mobile), The Novatel MiFi 2200 Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Modem (Sprint) for Sprint and to measure the signal strength, the on-line site, Speed Test dot Net.

    * First Impression
    ** Battery of Tests
    *** Results and Interpretation
    **** Pro’s and Con’s
    ***** Conclusion

    * The product comes as a three-piece kit: the Outside antenna and cradle, the base unit “Signal Booster Amplifier,” and the Desktop antenna (which recently replaced an attached “Arm antenna.”) The kit also includes 50′ of coaxial cable and an assortment of installation tools that allows for installation in several ways.

    ** Blackberry– This isn’t the recently released 3G Curve, so when I get a WiFi connection, it’s the only time I can get a reliably fast signal for phone and internet connection. (This was why I eventually opted to upgrade my USB data card to the MiFi.) The MiFi gives me the WiFi signal I prefer, but the MiFi is limited to a range of 30′- 40′. When I’m on a call or picking up my email, the signal defaults to Edge beyond that 35′ or so.

    With the Signal Booster on, the range jumped from 35′ to about 115- 120′. That’s almost one full block away from my apartment. I also noticed clearer phone conversations.

    The MiFi– (casual observance) After the initial set–using the first interior antenna supplied–there was clearly a faster response time in surfing the internet. The latency effect on sites like YouTube seemed considerably shorter, same thing for downloading music video from there.

    *** (Measured results)– I ran tests for 10 days in total. I measured the test at various times: early in the morning, in the wee hours during the week (“off peak times.) And, the other times were what I called “peak times:” right after school, 8-10 pm during the week and on the weekends. The measured results were from Speed Test dot net.

    Novatel MiFi’s spec. sheet: The MiFi under the best conditions will provide up to
    EV-DO Rev. A- 3.1 Mbps download/ EV-DO Rev. A- 1.8 Mbps upload

    Without CSB (best results- off peak times)
    (Jan 29, off peak hrs.) 1Mbps download/.28 Mbps upload

    (Jan 29, off-peak hrs.)–With the CSB
    1.37 Mbps download/ .3Mbps upload

    (Jan 31, off peak hrs.)–With the CSB
    1.28Mbps download/ .38Mbps upload

    (Feb 14, peak times)–With the CSB
    1.03Mbps download/ .49Mbps upload

    (Feb 15, peak times)–With the CSB
    .72 Mbps download/ .24 Mbps upload

    (Feb 16, peak times)–With the CSB
    .68 Mbps download/ .41 Mbps upload

    **** Pro’s and Con’s

    Pro’s
    + Easy to install/ All tools needed are provided
    + System gives an extremely strong amplified signal. (I can’t verify the company’s claim that it can magnify the signal response by 10x, however by my own test it is clearly about 4x.)
    + Customer service and tech support are friendly and thorough in their explanations.
    + System enables a cross-platform of devices from different carriers to function simultaneously without a drop in performance.
    + The entire kit is small enough to be packaged in an average size plastic grocery bag.
    + The system has a unique technology built-in that allows for surfing around high-traffic areas to find a less congested signal–avoiding overloading nearby towers.
    + Price for the system is competitive to other brands
    + Proudly designed and manufactured in the US by Americans.

    Con’s
    – The kit is made out of a light-weight plastic. [It is too early to tell how durable the outdoor antenna will hold up under extreme changes in weather. Here in Miami (FL), the temperatures range above 70+ ten months out of the year, during the sweltering summer months, the added humidity makes it feel well over 100. What about windy and blistery cold areas?]

    – The AC adapter is considerably short for the distance it is forced to maintain. There’s a minimum proximity that the indoor antenna (“Desktop Antenna”) must maintain from the base and there’s also a minimum distance that the outdoor antenna must maintain from the base. I found its sweet spot a bit awkward until I made a makeshift ledge for it.

    – Optional add-on’s that gamers might want to consider like a dedicated range antenna– a “Yagi”–for example, are upwards of $60+…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  6. 54Mb/s is the speed between the router and PC, Wirelessly
    100Mb/s is the speed between the router and PC, Wired.
    go to speedtest.net to check the internet speed of the router or the PC

  7. Well first off.. unless you are paying for a VERY high speed dedicated internet connection like a business or coporation or have Sprint FIOS — I doubt your internet connection from your house to the internet is more then 54Mbps.
    MOST internet connections are between 3Mbps and 25mbps – even internationally.

    So regardless.. the 2nd PC is connected to your router faster then your internet provider can provide you with the data.

    What I mean.. is most likely, your 2nd PC can download files at 54Mbps but your connection to the outside world is only 25mbps or something like that.

    Think of it as a car that can go 54MPH stuck in a school zone where the speedlimit is only 25MPH

    _______________________

    Let me guess.. one is connected via WiFi, also known as wireless and the other connected directly via a wired connection, AKA ethernet? – Right?

    PC#1 is connected via an Ethernet cable, aka “wired” connection. The speed limit on an Ethernet connection is 100Mbps

    PC#2 is connected without wires, aka “wirelessly” and its antennas or radio can only transmit and receive at 54Mbps

    If you plug PC#2 into the router.. it will be getting 100Mbps also.
    ____________________________

    One final bit.
    When measuring the download speed be careful of “MB” verses “Mb” — the difference of the capital B verses a lowercase b is roughly a factor of 8.

    8 bits equals 1 Byte. So a BYTE is 8 times larger then a bit.

    Internet service providers like to rate their speed in bits. Where as most download managers, websites, and speed tests measure things in Bytes.

    So your internet provider may say you are getting 10Mbps but when you download something you only see 1.25MBps

    In reality they are exactly equal, just measured using 2 different scales.


HP Photosmart 6510 e-All-in-One Printer (B211a)

Check Special Price!
HP Photosmart 6510 e-All-in-One Printer (B211a) Functions: Print, Scan, Copy, webPrint...

BestDealUSA Mini PCI-E To PCI-E Wireless Network Card Adapter Antenna WiFi Support Windows

Check Special Price!
BestDealUSA Mini PCI-E To PCI-E Wireless Network Card Adapter Antenna WiFi...

Edimax PS-1210MFn – Wireless 11n  Network Print Server for All-in-One Multi-Function Printer

Check Special Price!
Edimax PS-1210MFn – Wireless 11n Network Print Server for All-in-One Multi-Function...

MatricomⓇ G-Tab Quantum 10TM Android 4.2 HD+ IPS Quad Core Tablet PC (10.1-Inch IPS, WiFi)

Check Special Price!
wearable time lapse recorder Image by k0a1a.net unmodified wireless router turned...

For all your Wireless Needs at the Lowest Price
Low Cost Wi-Fi is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program,
an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com