weBoost, formerly Wilson Electronics, America’s leading designer and manufacturer of cellular signal boosters, today announced the Signal 4G, the company’s latest booster designed specifically for the machine-to-machine (M2M) market.
Signal boosters and antennas from weBoost enhance wireless M2M installations located in areas of weak cellular signal to successfully communicate with other devices or with computer networks to transfer monitored data or send and receive remote commands. The result is faster and more reliable connection and data transfer.
Broc Jenkins, M2M national account manager for weBoost, said:
“As society continues to rely more and more on devices that send and receive critical data without human involvement, the need for those devices to connect and stay connected will be increasingly vital.”
The latest cellular booster for M2M installations from weBoost – the Signal 4G – works with many weBoost antenna solutions. Its industry-standard SMA connectors allow easy integration with a wide range of data devices.
The Signal 4G is certified to meet Federal Communications Commission and Industry Canada standards for signal boosters, and works with all North American wireless service provider networks and technologies operating on these frequencies: 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1700/2100 MHz, 1900 MHz
A report from telecom and technology research firm Analysys Mason predicts that M2M device connections worldwide will grow to 2.1 billion by 2021, with 93 percent of those devices connected via wireless networks.
Signal boosters provided by weBoost are used in many M2M applications including kiosks, vending machines, ATMs, remote equipment monitoring and control, as well as fleet management.
The Signal 4G, weBoost part number 470119, will ship in late February with an MSRP of $249.99.