Easy rack-mounted installation | Color LCD Screen | Highest Downlink and Uplink Power | Extended Dynamic Range (XDR) | Mulit-Amplifier Booster
The WilsonPro 4000R is the first rack mounted, multi-amplifier cell booster to incorporate four separate signal amplifiers feeding multiple indoor antennas.
Designed to provide enhanced in-building cellular coverage for all commercial spaces, including hospitals, hotels, warehouses and offices, the WilsonPro 4000R amplifies weak cell signals to provide reliable voice and data coverage–including 4G – to inside spaces where signals may not penetrate.
Like all WilsonPro cellular signal boosters, the WilsonPro 4000R features cell site protections that auto-detect and prevent any cell tower interference.
Click here to download the WilsonPro 4000R user manual.
The 4000R literally delivers the power of four boosters in a single rack mount unit, and provides cell coverage for up to 100,000 square feet of indoor space, or even more depending on the strength of the incoming signal from the tower.
The 4000R is intended to fit into an existing server rack. This design allows for a neat and clean installation while leaving the unit easily accessible.
Each indoor antenna path is independently and automatically controlled with onboard software, ensuring great connectivity throughout large spaces and multi-story buildings. Since all ports are independently controlled, each can adjust its gain level up or down as required by the conditions of the immediate signal environment without disrupting coverage from any other zone.
Gives the 4000R the greatest tolerance of any competing booster for a strong incoming signal from the tower. XDR allows the booster to never shutdown due to too strong of a signal. No matter how strong, the booster will never overpower and shutdown.
Unlike other boosters, the WilsonPro 4000R has a color LCD screen with four-way navigation, allowing integrators to have easy and effective control of the product.
110 - 240 V AC, 50 - 60 Hz, 30 W
5 dB nominal
698-716 MHz, 729-787 MHz, 824-894 MHz, 1850-1990 MHz 1710-1755 MHz/2110-2155 MHz
> 90 dB