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Capitol Adds Wilson Electronics

Capitol has announced the addition of Wilson Electronics to its list of technology vendors. Based in St. George, UT, Wilson designs and manufactures cell phone signal boosters. “The addition of Wilson Electronics and its complete line of cellular signal boosters presents a tremendous opportunity for many of our
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Capitol has announced the addition of Wilson Electronics to its list of technology vendors.

Based in St. George, UT, Wilson designs and manufactures cell phone signal boosters.

“The addition of Wilson Electronics and its complete line of cellular signal boosters presents a tremendous opportunity for many of our customers, especially those whose market includes areas where cellular service is known to be unreliable,” said Jeff Kussard, Capitol’s director of strategic development.

Wilson Electronics provides signal boosting solutions for a variety of cell phones and cellular devices to help end-users overcome the problem of dropped calls, limited range, and slow data rates for cell phones and data cards. Available in easy to use plug-and-play kits as well as customizable configurations to suit any application, the company’s boosters not only pick up and amplify weak cellular signals, but also transmit a more powerful signal back to the tower.

Wilson’s signal boosters work transparently on the carrier networks and operate within the frequency ranges of all North American cellular service systems as well as networks in Central and South America, Europe, and Asia. The company also offers a wide variety of signal boosters, antennas, and other cellular accessories for interior and exterior mounting in buildings, motor vehicles, and marine applications.

“Wilson Electronics has wasted no time embracing our new partnership,” Kussard said. “They eagerly agreed to be front and center at the upcoming CLI Expo.”

“The CLI Expo is an ideal forum to showcase our latest signal boosting solutions and explain how dealers and integrators can best market them to their customers,” said Joe Banos, Wilson’s chief operating officer. “Capitol’s program makes it easy for us to speak with the professionals who are on the front line, every day of the week. We’re thrilled to be a part of the Expo.”

In addition to Wilson Electronics, the current list of 2012 CLI Expo participants include Panasonic, Toshiba, Actiontec, Atlas Sound, Coleman, D-Tools, DVDO, EnGenius, Gefen, Harman Pro, iPort/Sound Advance, KEF, Lutron, Middle Atlantic, Mitsubishi, Monster, NEC, Niles, Onkyo, Panamax, Peerless, Pinnacle, QSC, Russound, Sanus, Sherwood, Shure, Universal Remote Control, Vutec, Xantech, and ZeeVee.


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