The cell booster you really want.

Wilson’s Enterprise 4300 cell phone signal booster system brings the power where and when you need it. It’s a single booster system that brings great cell coverage to an area up to 100,000 square feet. That’s an entire city block, or a massive warehouse. It’s a little pricey, but when you need something like this, only the best will do.

This booster is designed to handle every call request in that space easily. It uses four independently amplified outputs to deliver maximum power to each of its antennas. I’ll admit that not everyone needs something like this, but if you’re an infrastructure manager at a warehouse, airport, indoor sporting arena, or if you’re just ridiculously rich, it’s nice to know you have options. This system gives you a single booster with up to 8 antennas that can be spread out for maximum effect. It also gives you the other parts you need including cable and splitters. It’s designed for professional installation, but of course if you’re looking at cell boosters for an 100,000 square foot space you probably have some idea what you’re doing or you’ve hired someone who does.

Why choose this booster?

When you’re talking about a space as large as this, you have a lot of choices. You can implement a series of Wi-Fi access points, but that’s only going to help the people who connect to them. Here in the 2020s, people just want to use their phones without a lot of hassle. Giving them great cell service lets them do that.

You could also put in several smaller boosters, but they wouldn’t work together. This WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 is a single system that’s designed to make sure there’s no feedback or problems. Once it’s installed, it just works. You also get other benefits. You can monitor the booster from anywhere with Wilson’s cloud technology. and, with three independent antenna ports, you can use Wilson’s exclusive Multi-Tower Targeting (MTT) to point antennas precisely for each major cell carrier.

Serious installers are welcome

I should mention that the Enterprise 4300 is an industrial product and in order to use it, you’ll need to buy the correct external antenna for your area and you may also want to get more cable. While it comes with 400 feet that may not be enough for you. You might also need installer items like a compression tool that works with 50 ohm cable. You’ll need to submit your plans to the local cell company to make sure they’re approved, that’s just the FCC rule. You may also need to check with local building codes.

The big takeaway here is that if you need something with massive power, it’s here ready to ship today. The fact is, you found this article because you can’t wait. If you’re ready to make the plunge, call us at 888-233-7563 now and we’ll help you choose the right cellular booster for you. If you need something for a much smaller space (most of us do) we can help there as well.

About the Author

Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.