Wireless Supply Unveils New Website with Increased Search Functionality for its 1100+ Wireless Infrastructure Products

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Wireless Supply has launched a new website with increased product search functionality and a bold new look. The site introduces several innovations, including a Bill of Materials Worksheet for order compilation and an RF cable connector matrix.

5G, public safety communications, DAS, small cell, antennas, RF cable, fiber cable, splitters, connectors, PIM jumpers

Wireless Supply has launched a new website with increased functionality and a bold new look at wirelesssupply.com.

We wanted to make every one of our 1,100-plus products easy to find.

Five years ago, on February 23, 2015, Wireless Supply opened its doors and began producing and manufacturing high quality wireless products at unbeatable prices, delivered in record time. “We started with a couple industry standard products and have grown to nearly 1,100 in a very short time frame,” says Jeff Hall, general manager.

To mark the auspicious occasion, Wireless Supply has launched their brand new website with increased functionality and a bold new look.

“We think it’s the best-looking website on the internet,” boasts Patrick Strickland, Director of Marketing, who later concedes he might be “a little biased.”

“We wanted to make every one of our 1,100-plus products easy to find via an intuitive products menu and impressive spec sheet interface.” The site introduces several innovations, including a Bill of Materials Worksheet for order compilation, instructional videos, an Elite Search function, and an RF Cable Connector Matrix to name a few.

“Our customers who have visited the site have been blown away by the comprehensive design and functionality we spent many months working to perfect,” says Hall. “We are really proud of the finished product.”

Check out the new wirelesssupply.com today!

About Wireless Supply

Wireless Supply, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, is a major manufacturer of components for iDAS, oDAS and small cell systems. The company specializes in passive components as well as RF and fiber cable to support the growing demands of wireless operators, system integrators, VARs and distribution partners. Wireless Supply operates warehouses in Nebraska and North Carolina. A nationwide network of sales representatives and distributors provide product distribution throughout the United States.

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