Friday, March 28, 2014

Wilson SmarTech III DT4G 60db 5-Band Repeater Kit (460101) Now Available - FCC Approved

In anticipation of the upcoming FCC changes*, which will require cellular amplifiers to meet certain criteria (including only being sold in kits) and to be registered with the cell provider, Wilson Electronics has released a new FCC-approved 5-band version of their popular DT (desktop) amplifier kit: the SmarTech III DT4G 60db 5-Band Repeater Kit (460101). Unlike the original DT kit, the DT4G works for all 5 frequency bands used in the US and will boost voice, 3G, and 4G signal for all carriers but Clearwire. With 60db gain, the new DT4G is able to provide boosted signal to a slightly larger area than the original model - up to 1,000 square feet. Like the original model, the 460101 utilizes RG6 cabling, which makes it a popular choice for users who prefer to use standard RG6 cabling instead of the thicker LMR400 cabling used by most amplifier kits.

amplifier with adjustable gain controls for each band
above: the DT4G amplifier with adjustable gain controls
below: the kit includes all necessary components
dt4g packaging
Features & Benefits:
  • Stronger cell signal indoors
  • Fewer dropped calls & lost connections
  • Faster data downloads
  • Clearer voice calls
  • Longer battery life for cellular devices
  • FCC certified to 2014 technical specs
  • Boosts voice, 3G, and 4G data signals for all major North American cell carriers except for Clearwire WiMAX
  • All needed components included in package
  • DIY installation
installation diagram
installation diagram (not to scale. representative graphic only - appearance of actual components may vary) 
The new 5-band DT4G is available now at 3Gstore at an introductory price of $348.99 (MSRP $399.99). See the full specs and order the Wilson SmarTech III DT4G 60db 5-Band Repeater Kit (4620101).

*It is important to note that users of currently available amplifiers that do not meet the upcoming new FCC regulations DO NOT need to worry - all amplifiers sold before the switchover date (May 1) will be “grandfathered in.”