X is for extreme, or at least that’s what we suggest in our Hitfar University learning module about the naming system for WeBoost’s new line of enhanced mobile signal boosters. The fact is, we don’t know what it stands for. What we do know is that the brand new WeBoost Drive 4G-X and the Drive 3G-X boosters are in a class of their own.
We say this because the Drive 3G-M and 4G-M were already established as the best mobile signal boosters on the market before the launch of the X series. WeBoost is besting themselves in this instance because they can, and because we need it. The X series boosters improve performance on the fringe of cellphone coverage, where we see the sharpest need in terms of safety, fleet deployment, and resource extraction related applications.
Over the years WeBoost (then Wilson Electronics) had improved their world-class signal reception technology. It got so effective it outperformed the transmission side of the booster. This meant that users could travel so far away from a cell-site that signal could be received, but not transmitted reliably back to the cell-site.
The new X Series boosters change that. New transmission technology developed at WeBoost, alongside guidance from a new regulatory system, means the Drive 3G-X and 4G-X provide a larger coverage area and more reliable connections on the edge of cellphone signal. More boost for the open road.
Rural users, fleets, and industry-related applications will benefit considerably as performance improves and the WeBoost solution becomes more effective and widely applicable. WeBoost has done one better and improved performance for those that need it most.
So X is for “excellent”, “extreme”, or possibly “extended”. In any case, the WeBoost Drive 3G-X, and now the Drive 4G-X are expanding coverage and furthering the potential for wireless communication in Canada. That’s good stuff.
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