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SureCall Fusion5s vs. Wilson Pro70

Nov 02, 2020

SureCall Fusion5s vs. Wilson Pro70

Whether you choose to buy SureCall Fusion5s or Wilson Pro70, know the differences in aspects that matter - uplink power, downlink gain, and downlink power. Explanations of each of these 3 important terms is explained below the tables.

Uplink Power:

About even for both models. UL power is the least important factor in commercial booster applications.

      Fusion5s Wilson Pro70
Band 12 Lower 700 Rural Frequencies 21.7 17.2
Band 13 Upper 700 20.9 20.1
Band 5 Cellular 19.4 23.9
         
Band 25 PCS Urban Frequencies 21.7 18.8
Band 4 AWS 20.3 19.9

Downlink Gain:

SureCall Fusion5s wins in high bands which are mainly used in urban areas.

      Fusion5s Wilson Pro70
Band 12 Lower 700 Rural Frequencies 58.4 60.5
Band 13 Upper 700 58.4 60.2
Band 5 Cellular 61.6 61.1
         
Band 25 PCS Urban Frequencies 71.1 64.6
Band 4 AWS 69.7 64.4

Downlink Power:

SureCall Fusion5s dominates Wilson Pro70. Fusion 5s will provide more coverage than Pro 70 when outside signal is strong.

      Fusion5s Wilson Pro70
Band 12 Lower 700 Rural Frequencies 15.8 11.6
Band 13 Upper 700 16.1 10.4
Band 5 Cellular 16.4 9.4
         
Band 25 PCS Urban Frequencies 16.4 9.5
Band 4 AWS 15.4 11.3

Signal Booster Performance Metrics:

  1. Uplink Power (dBm):
    The maximum output power that a booster transmits from the mobile device to the cell tower.
    Uplink path fails before downlink path. Higher uplink power, keeps device connected further from tower.
    Higher uplink power can also trigger a higher density LTE modulation (faster data speeds).
  2. Downlink Power (dBm):
    The maximum output power a booster transmits from the cell tower to the mobile device.
    Maximum downlink power, directly prescribes the maximum coverage potential.
    When the outside signal is strong, the maximum in-building coverage is defined by the maximum downlink power of the booster.
  3. Downlink Gain (dB):
    Amount of amplification a signal is increased. Input power dBm + Gain dB = Output power dBm.
    The higher the Gain, the larger the in-building coverage up-to the booster’s maximum downlink power.
    System Gain = active booster gain + passive antenna gain – passive cable loss.

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  • M.T. “Looking at this chart, it seems like a cell phone booster with strong uplink power would be ideal for me. Is that right? “Yes. In your case, a cell phone booster with strong uplink power should do the trick.

    Wayne Sampson on
  • I checked to see how far the nearest cell phone tower is and it’s pretty far away. I still can get a signal, but it’s weak at times, especially when it rains. Looking at this chart, it seems like a cell phone booster with strong uplink power would be ideal for me. Is that right?

    M.T. Byrne on
  • These technical specifications can be confusing so thank you for explaining what they mean and what SureCall and Wilson each can do for someone. SureCall Fusion looks like it will do what I want (although Wilson looks good too and I know from reading reviews that they make a good product too).

    Dean Fiorella on

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