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Proxicast introduces the industry's first high-gain permanent mount omnidirectional antenna for all North American 3G and 4G/LTE, xLTE, AWS frequencies. This antenna is compatbile with all 3G and 4G/LTE services from Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, Telus, Sasktel, Telcel, Movistar, Digicel, IUSACELL and many other cellular operators. Proxicast's 24" multi-band cellular antenna is ideal for many outdoor applications, including building rooftops, utlity poles, surveillance trailers, well sites, remote telemetry units, meters, boats, homes and offices. This omni-directional 9 dBi gain cellular antenna improves signals on all 3G & 4G/LTE cellular bands (700, 850, 900, 1700, 1800, 1900 and 2100 MHz) used in in the USA, Canada and Mexico. This antenna is also suitable for unlicensed 900 MHz radio applications.The omni-directional design provides high gain without the cellular tower location and antenna alignment hassles of directional Yagi, sector and panel antennas.Specifications• Impedance: 50 ohms• Gain: 9 dBi • Radiation: Omni• Polarization: Vertical• Connector: N Female - bottom feed via 12 in (300 mm) LMR 195 coax lead• Material: Fiberglass & Stainless Steel - Grey UV stable poly-urethane coating• Height: 23.6 inches (600 mm)• Mount: Pole/wall (bracket and 2.5 inch diameter U-bolts included)Requires a direct coaxial wired connection to an existing modem, router, amplifier, booster or radioThis antenna WILL NOT boost reception of cellular telephones unless they are directly wired to the antenna. For cell phones, a powered booster/amplifier is required.Is this compatible with my device? -- Email Proxicast to check before ordering.Note: LTE devices should use 2 identical antennas for best results.Use our Self-Bonding silicone tape (ASIN B00K4PZ9NO) for fast and easy connection weather-sealing.
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