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Network Scanning Now Built Inside Cellular Signal Amplifiers

Oct 14, 2020

Network Scanning Now Built Inside Cellular Signal Amplifiers

The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300/4300R now features real-time network scanning for simplified installation and maintenance.

What Is Network Scanning?

Now it is easier than ever to see if the cellular amplifier is working properly for all carriers by providing real-time measurements for cellular signal power level, quality, and frequencies for all major U.S. and Canadian carrier networks.

With the WilsonPro 4300/4300R, Network Scanning, and WilsonPro Cloud, you can experience a more seamless installation and carrier-specific optimization for the best overall system performance. If an issue arises after installation, installer or integrator can immediately determine the actual strength and quality of each carrier's cellular signal to help identify the problem faster.

How Does Network Scanning Work?

Remotely manage the Enterprise 4300/4300Rs with WilsonPro Cloud. Users and integrators can manage, monitor, troubleshoot, and adjust the amplifiers from the website. With WilsonPro Cloud, you can also receive real-time updates to any mobile device, reducing the need for onsite visits. Newly available, historical carrier data will improve technical support too.

Why it Matters.

Experience more seamless installation and carrier-specific optimization for the best overall system performance. If an issue arises after installation, you can immediately determine the actual strength and quality of each carrier's cellular signal to help identify the problem faster.

What it Costs.

There's no impact on pricing with this new feature. The addition of Network Scanning to the Enterprise 4300/4300R amplifiers will not increase product pricing. All data is accessible through the WilsonPro Cloud.

When Network Scanning Is Available.

It is already here. This new feature was included on all 4300/4300Rs that shipped in mid-September. Now, it will be included on all Enterprise 4300/4300R amplifiers moving forward.

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Network Scanning Exclusively Available on Wilson Pro Enterprise 4300.

Network scanning, a Wilson Pro exclusive found only on the latest Enterprise 4300 cell signal amplifiers.

Ground breaking network scanning.

When it comes to creating professional-grade cellular connectivity solutions, understanding exactly why a location is experiencing weak cell signal coverage indoors is a big part of the site survey process. It is also what makes Wilson Pro's network scanning feature so ground breaking. Offered exclusively with the next-gen Enterprise 4300 cell signal amplifier, network scanning is not available from anyone but Wilson Pro.

Network scanning makes troubleshooting easier.

Built directly into the hardware and displayed on the amplifier's LCD screen, network scanning now makes it possible to verify that every desired cell carrier is providing adequate power and signal quality at each of the 4300's four indoor antenna ports. Wilson Pro's state-of-the-art network scanning also makes troubleshooting much easier. For example, are the calls of one carrier being dropped because of poor signal quality from the tower? Or is it simply because the signal from another carrier is too strong, resulting in reduced gain?

How network scanning is used.

Network scanning data can be checked on-site on the amplifier itself or remotely via the Wilson Pro cloud by your installer or contractor. This means installers will have accurate information on each carrier's signal to adjust any installation, optimizing every setup to fit the client's exact needs. Network scanning can also be used at the moment of installation, helping to ensure that each of the desired carrier's signals is being received indoors on one of its most reliable cellular bands.

Network Scanning Highlights:

  • Experience a more seamless, high-quality installation and carrier-specific optimization for the best overall system performance.
  • Immediately determine the actual strength and quality of each carrier's cellular signal to help identify potential problems faster and without on-site support.
  • Improves remote troubleshooting capability in the event of a carrier issue.
  • Historical carrier information will now be available via the WilsonPro Cloud, enabling integrators or WilsonPro technical support to use the cloud to verify if and when carrier-specific issues have occurred in the past for remote troubleshooting.
  • Network Scanning data can be checked on-site on the amplifier itself, or checked remotely via the WilsonPro Cloud by an installer/ contractor.
    • This means installers will have accurate information on each carrier's signal to adjust any installation, optimizing every setup to fit the client's exact needs.

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  • I don’t want to repeat what everyone else is saying, but it’s true that network scanning is a huge deal for businesses that have cellular signal amplifiers. If you own and/or operate a business, you spend enough time working without having to crawl into the weeds for things like checking your amplifier.

    Bert Eadie on
  • Apparently, cellular signal amplifiers with network scanning are a big deal. I read this article about the feature and also read some older articles dealing with cell phone signal amplifiers that didn’t have them. You would need a technician to come out if the scanning device wasn’t built inside. This looks like a major convenience.

    Adam Z on
  • The network scanning looks like an extremely useful component for cell signal amplifiers, especially when you’re dealing with the commercial ones which usually involve more than the home models. Why would you buy one without the chance to do troubleshooting on-site and even better, remotely? This benefits your tech person whether they are in-house or a sub-contractor.

    Jay Keenan on
  • This blog is a bit too technical for me but I get the idea that cell phone signal amplifiers can help out businesses. It’s a shame that my office doesn’t have an amplifier system as my cell phone goes in and out (I’m in the middle of the building and surrounded by walls).

    Nicole Sims on
  • You see how more offices are getting cell phone boosters because so many employees use their phones for work. However, I know people have different carriers so I wondered how the cell booster could make sure everything was running right. This network scanning feature explains everything to me. Appreciate the info.

    Richard Ellington on

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