Sprint Frequency Information
Sprint PCS owns 1900MHz PCS Band spectrum across the US, and both normal voice and EVDO broadband services are run on this frequency.
You can use either 1900MHz or Dual Band amplifier kits to improve signal.
Legacy Nextel phones use Motorola iDEN tehcnology, which runs on a separate iDEN frequency band. Newer dual-mode phones being sold by Sprint PCS use the iDEN band for push-to-talk features.To amplify signal for legacy Nextel phones please see our Nextel iDEN Band Kits. Otherwise, please see our kit recommendations below:
Building Coverage - Voice and 3G
Click on the bars below that best match the area you need to cover with signal. You will get the best kit recommended for your coverage area and current signal strength. If you have any questions please contact us.
Vehicle, RV and Marine Coverage - Voice and 3G
4G WiMax Coverage
Their are currently no amplifiers available for Sprint's 4G WiMax network. Sprint have announced their intention to switch their 4G services to a new LTE network, which will require a separate unique amplifier. It's not clear that in the interim a WiMax amplifier will be developed. We therefore recommend a 3G amplifier rather than waiting for a 4G amplifier that may not arrive.