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Tuesday's Technical Question

October 29, 2013 — by WEBOOST

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Happy Tuesday! Can you believe Halloween is just around the corner? Make sure and visit our blog later this week for a special Halloween post featuring the awesome folks here at Wilson Electronics!

Now onto today’s topic…Wilson Technical Support! Earlier this month, we published our Tech Tip blog post. Make sure and check it out if you haven’t seen it yet because next week we’re on to November’s Tech Tip!

Do you have a question you want to see featured on our blog? Just let us know by leaving us a comment below, or letting us know on Facebook/Twitter.

Check out this question we received from a Wilson customer. Have you ever wondered this?–

Is it OK to have more than one antenna installed in my car? I have one for my mobile radio, and then I would have another after installing my vehicle booster, the Sleek 4G. Are there any issues with having the two different antennas? Will there be any kind of conflict between the two?

A valid question indeed, and maybe one that you have had too. See what our Technical Support team had to say below–

This is a great question! As long as when you install you mini magnet mount antenna (your exterior antenna) for your Wilson signal booster, you make sure to have at least a foot of separation between the Wilson antenna and the radio antenna, you will be fine! The antennas will not cause any kind of conflict or issues with one another.

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    Comments (4)

    G.R. Barp on November 3, 2013 at 5:45 pm said:

    I just installed your Signalboost DT cellular signal booster in our home. Everything works well and it seems like it has infact improved our cell phone reception in our home. However, it has caused a lose of reception on our Bose AM, FM, & XM receive. Is it possible we have a conflict of frequencies. How can I resolve this problem. Thank you in advance for a timely response on this issue.

      Taylor White on November 5, 2013 at 11:15 pm said:

      Hmmm…
      Could you please email me at twhite@wilsonelectronics.com so I can get you in contact with our Technical Support team?
      Thanks!

    G.R. Barp on November 3, 2013 at 5:45 pm said:

    I just installed your Signalboost DT cellular signal booster in our home. Everything works well and it seems like it has infact improved our cell phone reception in our home. However, it has caused a lose of reception on our Bose AM, FM, & XM receive. Is it possible we have a conflict of frequencies. How can I resolve this problem. Thank you in advance for a timely response on this issue.

      Taylor White on November 5, 2013 at 11:15 pm said:

      Hmmm…
      Could you please email me at twhite@wilsonelectronics.com so I can get you in contact with our Technical Support team?
      Thanks!