Posted by Admin on Jul 26, 2016
Find out everything there is to know about Wilson400 cables so you can be well informed and make the best decisions regarding your Wilson-400 cable networking installations.
Arguably the best grade Wilson coaxial cables, Wilson 400 cables are 50 Ohms ultra low loss with N-Male connectors. The pro-grade quality and top-notch products are compatible with available 50 Ohm amplifiers. If they are used properly, Wilson400 cables could cover cable runs of about 150 feet without a problem. The cables are weatherproof, flexible and light with the terminated ends N-Male and designed with residential amplifiers in mind. While using with a vehicle or mobile amplifier you might require specific cable connectors.
Note that Wilson400 cables are mostly used within buildings with repeaters kits that are wireless. In buildings, the wireless repeater cable is placed between the amplifier and external antenna as well as between the internal antenna and amplifier. Wilson400 cables are either in black or white but different in length. Don't forget the cellular signal is attenuated by a coaxial cable. To enhance the performance, choose the shortest cable length you can find.
Except for Wilson400 cables that are over 100 feet, the rest are N-Male to N-Male cables. Wilson400 cables as mentioned are of different lengths.
They include the following:
The 2-feet Wilson400 cable includes 952302 and 952402.
952302. The two feet Wilson400 coaxial cable is a black cable with N-Male to N-Male connectors and weBoost 952302 alternate part number. It is branded as weBoost while the parent company is Wilson Electronics. An ultra low-loss coax cable, it has a 1 dB loss with signal loss on the 800 MHz band for every 10 feet being 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB signal loss on the 1900 MHz.
952402. This Wilson400 two feet white cord low-loss coaxial cable signal loss is very low at 0.04 dB attenuation. For 10 feet on 800 MHz frequency, the cable loses 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB on the 1900 MHz band.
Both two-foot coax cables are great for both outside and inside buildings but mostly used indoors. They allow a proper and secure connection between surge protectors, splitters, taps, outdoor and indoor antennas and the amplifier. They have a 13/32 thickness of an inch in diameter with N-Male connectors fitted on either ends. They are ideal for use with the different Wilson cell phone amplifier systems for use inside buildings. These Wilson coaxial cables are an N-connector type.
The 10 feet Wilson 400 cables include the 952310 and 952410.
952310. A black 10 feet cord, the cable has a 1 dB low loss with 0.45 dB signal loss for every 10 feet on the 800 MHz band and 0.7 dB signal loss on 1900 MHz for every 10 feet.
952410. White colored coax cable, this 10 feet Wilson 400 cable is an ultra low loss type that incurs a signal loss of 0.45 dB on 800 MHz and 0.7 dB signal loss on 1900 MHz per ten feet.
Both black and white 10-feet cable lengths are usable outside and inside buildings; used outdoors and indoors. They allow a secure connection between the Wilson cell phone booster to outdoor or indoor antennas, surge protectors, splitters and taps among others.
The Wilson400 twenty feet coax cables include the 952320 and 952420.
952320. A black ultra low loss cable, this Wilson 400 cable has a signal loss of only 0.45 dB on 800 MHz and 0.7 dB signal loss on 1900 MHz.
952420. This white low-loss ultra coax cable also has a signal loss of 0.45 dB on 800 MHz and 0.7 dB on 1900 MHz frequency for every ten feet.
Both 952320 and 952420 coax cables are mostly used indoors although usable outdoors, outside and inside buildings. They connect the amplifier to the outdoor or indoor antennas, surge protectors and taps, among others. They are also LMR400 equivalent. On both ends they are N-Male connectors and best for use with cell phone amplifier booster system from Wilson Electronics.
The N-Male to N-Male Wilson400 thirty feet connectors include the 952330 and 952430.
952430. White colored thirty feet ultra low-loss coaxial cable with an under 2 dB attenuation. The signal loss stands at 0.45 dB on 800 MHz band and 0.7 dB on the 1900 MHz frequency per ten feet.
952330. This black colored thirty feet low-loss ultra coax cable includes a low loss signal below 1 dB. On a frequency of 800 MHz per 10 feet the signal loss is 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB on 1900 MHz per 10 feet.
Both 30 foot cables are good to go for outside and inside buildings. They are able to perfectly secure connections between the surge protectors, splitter taps and indoor/outdoor antenna and the amplifier with N-Male connectors on either ends. Best for N connector cell phone booster systems.
The 50 feet coaxial Wilson 400 cable includes 952350 and 952450.
952450. This 50-foot low loss ultra low coax cable is white in color and incurs a low signal loss of about 3 dB attenuation. For every 10 feet the signal loss on 1900 MHz stands at 0.7 dB and 0.45 dB on 800 MHz.
952350. This 50-feet coaxial cable is colored black and a low loss ultra cable. On 800 MHz per 10 feet the signal loss is around 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB on 1900 MHz signal loss per ten feet.
These 50 foot low loss ultra coax cables are great to use outside and inside buildings. They allow secure connections to be effected between an amplifier system and outdoor or indoor antennae, surge protectors, taps and splitters. They are N-Male connectors on either ends.
75 feet low loss coax cables include 952375 and 952475.
952475. This 75 feet cable cord is white in color and incurs about 4 dB attenuation low signal loss. For 10 feet on 800 MHZ the signal loss stands at 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB only on 1900 MHz.
952375. A black colored coax cable, this Wilson 400 seventy-five foot cable has a 0.45 dB MHz signal loss for 10 feet of cabling and 0.7 dB on 1900 MHz.
The 75-foot low loss cable is highly used outside or inside large buildings and secures connections perfectly between the booster amplifier system to outdoor or indoor antennae, surge protections, splitters or taps. They are N-Male connectors on either ends.
The long Wilson 400 coaxial cable and hundred feet in length include the 952300 and 952400.
952400. White colored 100 feet cable cord with signal loss that is very low at about 5 dB attenuation. For 10 feet of cabling, the loss is below 1 dB, such as 0.7 dB on the 1900 MHz and 0.45 dB on the 800 MHz per 10 feet of cabling.
952300. This black colored 100 feet long coaxial cable is an ultra low loss type of cable with a low loss of below 1 dB attenuation for every 10 feet of cabling; on the 800 MHz the signal loss is 0.45 dB and 0.7 dB on 1900 MHz per 100 feet of cabling.
These 100 feet cable lengths are great to use outside and inside large and big buildings. They help secure and perfect connections between the Wilson Electronics cell phone signal booster system and outdoor or indoor antennas, surge protectors, splitters and taps. They are fitted with N-Male type of connectors on either ends.
The Wilson400 500-foot long cable include the Wilson 952305, black low-loss coaxial cable with an attenuation of below 1 dB for a cabling of 10 feet and a signal loss of 0.7 dB on the 1900 MHz and 0.45 dB signal loss on 800 MHz per 10 feet. It is best for outdoor or indoor usage with any in-building Wilson cellphone signal amplifier system to securely connect the amplifier to both outdoor and indoor antennas, surge protectors, taps and splitters. It can be used outside large and big structures or buildings such as large offices and government buildings. In case the Wilson 400 crimp connectors are needed they can be bought separately and not included with the 500 feet long coax cable.
Wilson 952301 is a black 1000 feet long low loss ultra coaxial cable incurring a low loss attenuation of below 1dB per 10 feet of cabling. Per every 10 feet on 1900 MHz band expect 0.7 dB signal loss and 0.45 dB 0n the 800 MHz frequency. It is best used in large structures and big buildings such as large offices and big government buildings to secure and perfect connections between the Wilson amplifier booster system and outdoor or indoor antennae, surge protectors, splitters and taps. Note that the Wilson400 crimp connectors when needed can be bought separately.
The Wilson 971109 crimp connectors are perfect for re-crimping Wilson 400 coaxial cables with a negligible low loss of 0.1 dB. It is the best in case you would like to reduce the cable length and lower the loss of signal in a system or if you bought lengthy coaxial cables without connectors and you would like to create multiple cables. Ensure you have a crimp tool to make the most of the cable crimp.