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April 15, 2014 — by WEBOOSTSHARE ARTICLE
This week for our Technical Tip Tuesday, we’re focusing on one of our newer Wilson cell phone signal boosters, the AG Pro Quint. Got a question about one of our products that you would like to see answered on our blog? Let us know by leaving us a comment below, or send us a message on Facebook/Twitter.
Q: What is the total number of concurrent calls that this this signal booster can handle?
A: There are two parts to this answer. (1) Wilson does not limit the number of simultaneous connections a booster can support. So there is no artificial cap on the number of connections. (2) However, that means the number of devices that can operate simultaneously depends on the strength of the signal outside the building. The stronger the signal outside, the more devices inside can be supported simultaneously. The same is true in the reverse. The weaker the outside signal, the fewer devices inside the building can be supported simultaneously.
Q: Can I use RG6 for the coax cable with the AG Pro Quint?
A: Yes, you can use RG-6 with the 803670, though you will lose twice as much signal with this cable than if you were to use the recommended Wilson 400 Ultra-Low Loss cable.
Q: Does the AG Pro Quint boost 4G signal as well, or just 3G?
A: The system will work with voice, text, 3G data, and 4G data as well for all major US carriers.
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