The Wilson SignalBoost DT has been discontinued and is being replaced by the new Wilson 463105 SignalBoost DT for 2G & 3G.
If you're having a problem with poor cell phone reception, dropped calls or dead spots in parts of your home, then the SignalBoost DT from Wilson Electronics is the right choice for you. It's been designed to boost cell phone signal in small areas, such as condos, apartments, small, single story homes or rooms in larger structures. The kit includes everything you need to quickly and easily install the system and begin using your cell phone without interference. The amplifier is dual band, so it supports most North American providers, except for Nextel, so your visitors will have the same clear call benefits that you enjoy.
Purchase your Wilson SignalBoost DT Kit today and start making clear and uninterrupted calls from your home or residence.
- Wilson SignalBoost DT 55dB Amplifier
- Wilson 301141 SignalBoost DT Panel Antenna
- Wilson 301208 Desktop Internal Antenna
- 50ft RG6 low-loss coaxial cable
- Instruction manual with Installation directions
Wilson SignalBoost DT (801247) Video
|Max Coverage Area||Up to 1,500 sq ft|
|Specific Frequency (Up/Down)||824 - 849 MHz / 869 - 894 MHz, 1850 - 1910 MHz / 1930 - 1990 MHz|
|Gain||55dB / 55dB|
|Product Manual||Wilson SignalBoost DT Install Guide
Wilson SignalBoost DT Outside Antenna Install Guide
|Product Specifications||Wilson SignalBoost DT Spec Sheet|
|Power Requirements||110-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 0.6A|
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- Makes our new house livable Review by Kimberley R.
- Good Signal Booster Review by Tim S.
When I received the Wilson 801247 SignalBoost DT I was skeptical. I unpacked the box and my first thought was that the plastic parts seemed like they could be a weak part of the system, especially for the external antenna. There are many ways to protect something without interfering with the signal, but it’s something to keep in mind if you plan on putting the antenna outside and have harsh weather. I called Wilson’s customer service to inquire about it and they said they components are tested to ensure they can survive for years in even the toughest conditions so we’ll see if that turns out to be true.
After checking the signal at each of the windows in my house, I found that one with the strongest signal and decided it seemed strong enough to attempt the window installation which will also protect it from the elements. So I mounted the “outside” antenna in the holster at the very top of the window and ran the included coaxial cables to the other side of the house where the signal is the worst and to keep as much separation as possible between the antennas. After a few tries, the amplifier turned on with a green light indicating that there was no interference.
For the ultimate test, I walked to the other side of the room, about 10 feet away from the indoor antenna and turned on my phone to find that I had 5 bars where I typically had one. I made a phone call and it sounded crisp and clear. As a test, I walked down the hall all the way to the end and although the bars had fallen to only two, I still have a clear conversation with no dropped calls.
We’re very pleased with the way this signal booster has performed and have recommended it to everyone else I know with signal problems. It’s important to know that this is not really a whole house signal booster. The DT stands for Desk Top so it’s really meant for one or a few rooms. In summary, the only thing I found disappointing was the quality of the plastic construction. If you’re worried about weather issues you could always look into weatherizing the antenna. (Posted on 7/9/12)
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