Capitol To Feature Wilson Electronics’ Cellular Signal Boosters At InfoComm 2012
Leader In Cellular Signal Boosters Is Latest Addition To Capitol’s List Of Esteemed InfoComm Partners
EAGAN, MN, June 12, 2012 – Capitol, the leading consumer electronics distribution source for PRO AV contractors, residential systems specialists, retailers, and premium incentive resellers, today announced that Wilson Electronics will be a featured vendor in Capitol’s InfoComm 2012 booth. Based in St. George, Utah, Wilson designs and manufactures North America’s top-selling line of cell phone signal boosters.
"PRO AV contractors are seeing a big bump in demand for products that guarantee enhanced wireless communications in a wide variety of facilities," said Curt Hayes, President and CFO of Capitol. "This is especially true in markets where cellular service is less than reliable.
"Wilson Electronics' cellular signal boosters are rightfully viewed as the best remedy for spotty service. We’re thrilled to have them in the Capitol booth at the upcoming InfoComm."
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 they 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.
Capitol will feature several of Wilson Electronics’ models at its InfoComm 2012 booth, #C8526, from June 13-15 in Las Vegas.