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Wilson Electronics SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier

New Dual-Band, Bidirectional Mobile Amplifier Now Available in Four Configurations to Enhance Mobile Phone and Data Card Performance, Delivering Unmatched Coverage and Reliability

Wilson Electronics, the leader in quality cellular amplifiers and antennas for mobile phones and data cards, today announced the general availability of its SignalBoost™ Mini-Mobile Amplifier, now available in four configurations that install in minutes to bring unsurpassed cellular reception in cars, trucks, SUVs, RVs, boats and other vehicles. The mobile amplifier significantly reduces dropped calls and enables data card and mobile phone use in areas that typically have weak or unusable cellular reception.

The SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier features a slim, compact design for inconspicuous installation and is powered by the vehicle’s cigarette lighter. The amplifier is bundled with an interior antenna available in two package options. The first is Wilson Electronics’ Cell Phone Cradle Plus, a cell phone docking cradle that doubles as an antenna, offering hands-free operation. The second is an Ultra-Slim Antenna that can be installed on the side of the driver’s seat or under the seat fabric. A magnet-base external antenna that attaches to the roof of the vehicle completes two of the four product bundles. The remaining two bundles do not include an external antenna, giving users the option to customize their installation to suit specific needs by using a marine, RV or trucking antenna.

The plug-and-play SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier, like other Wilson products, extends signal range and increases data rates for cellular users by amplifying signals to and from the cell tower. The Mini-Mobile Amplifier provides up to six times more power and substantially higher receiver sensitivity than a typical mobile phone. This solution improves the performance of mobile phones and data cards used in vehicles. Offering a wireless connection between cellular devices and the amplifier, the SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier supports multiple phones and data cards simultaneously, can be installed in minutes and is easily moved from vehicle to vehicle.

“Wilson Electronics provides the most effective equipment in the industry for enhancing cellular voice and data signal quality. Our new SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier significantly reduces instances of dropped calls and extends service range for cell phone users,” said Mark Evans, marketing manager at Wilson Electronics. “Whether you’re on a road trip, commuting to work, or in a boat or off-road vehicle in the middle of nowhere, the SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier ensures you have the highest quality cellular reception possible.”

Unlike some competing products, Wilson’s SignalBoost Mini-Mobile bundles contain two internal amplifier circuits that boost cellular signals to and from the cell tower simultaneously. Weak signals broadcast from a distant cell tower are captured by the roof-mounted antenna, amplified by the highly-sensitive receiving amplifier and rebroadcast with greater strength to cellular devices in the interior of the vehicle through the Cradle Plus or Ultra-Slim Antennas. Conversely, outgoing signals from cell devices in the vehicle are picked up by the interior antenna, amplified by the powerful outgoing amplifier and rebroadcast back to the cell tower.

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The SignalBoost Mini-Mobile Amplifier bundles (801230, 801231, 801232 and 801233) are fully compatible with all hands-free devices such as Bluetooth™ headsets or ear buds and are available from $329 to $374 MSRP at authorized Wilson dealers, including Radio Shack franchise stores. Visit the dealer locator page at http://www.wilsonelectronics.com for a list of stores by ZIP code or to buy the product immediately from an online retail partner.

About Wilson Electronics
Wilson Electronics, Inc., a leader in the wireless communications industry for over 40 years, designs and manufactures a wide variety of cellular amplifiers, antennas and related components that significantly improve cellular communications for both mobile and in-building situations. All Wilson products are engineered, assembled and 100 percent tested in the company’s headquarters in St. George, Utah. Wilson amplifiers fully comply with FCC regulations for cellular devices and are FCC and Industry Canada type accepted. Wilson Electronics has mastered the development of microprocessor-controlled amplifier technology, which protects cell sites by preventing oscillation and site overload.

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