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Wilson Electronics Promotes its New Vehicular Cellular Signal Boosters

Wilson Electronics has launched Drive Reach OTR and the Drive Reach RV, two of its most powerful, in-vehicle cellular signal boosters designed to provide strong cellular connectivity in cars, trucks, RVs and off-road vehicles.

WilsonCompatible with all mobile devices and wireless carriers in North America, the boosters allow users to enjoy optimal call quality, fewer dead zones and faster data upload/download speeds while on and off the road.

More powerful than previous models, the Drive Reach OTR and Drive Reach RV allow car, truck, RV and off-road vehicle drivers to enjoy strong cell phone signal up to 74% further away from a cell tower.

The Drive Reach OTR and Drive Reach RV boast uplink output power capabilities of 29.5 dBm and 50 dB gain – the maximum allowable gain under Federal Communications Commission (FCC) standards. Their versatile, powerful antennas provide new height configurations that weren’t possible in previous antenna models, enabling the boosters to avoid many common cell signal barriers found at lower levels. Together, this provides a huge improvement in cellular connectivity and speed across all wireless carriers, giving drivers peace of mind wherever the road takes them.

“The current pandemic has boosted people’s interest in vehicular adventures, from road trips and RV journeys to off-roading and overlanding. As a result, staying connected and safe on the road is more crucial than ever before,” said Wilson Electronics’ CEO Bruce Lancaster. “Recognizing this need, we created the Drive Reach RV and the Drive Reach OTR, which combine our most powerful vehicular booster – the Drive Reach – with our most popular antennas, resulting in two of the top-performing cellular signal amplifiers on the market.”


Nitisha Dubey

I am a Journalist with a post graduate degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. I love reading non-fiction books, exploring different destinations and varieties of cuisines. Biographies and historical movies are few favourites.

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