Wilson Wide Band Directional Building Antenna 50ohm N F
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Wilson Wide Band Log Periodic Directional Antenna - 50 ohm. Frequency Range: 700-2700 MHz. Comes with N Female connector. 314411 / 304411
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Wilson Wide Band Log Periodic Directional Antenna
Wilson's Wide Band Log Periodic Directional Antenna (Wilson Wedge Antenna) will collect the cell tower signal and send it through the cable to an amplifier, cell phone or cellular data card. When the cell phone or cellular data card transmits, the signal is transferred to an amplifier or directly to the antenna and broadcast back to the cell tower.
Wilson Wedge Antenna Features:
- High-gain Antenna
- Directional Antenna
- Pipe mounting hardware included
- Easy to install
- Weather resistant
- Wide bandwidth
Cable Required Ultra low loss coax is recommended for lengths 20 or greater to prevent significant signal loss. We offer WILSON 400 cable (see below) in several lengths from 20-100 feet for 50ohm antennas. We also offer a wide range of cell phone adapters to connect your cell phone to an amplifier or directly to the antenna. Mounting The Wilson Wedge Antenna should be mounted as shown in the illustration above. The included mounting bracket is adjustable and will accommodate pipe diameters from 1.25 to 2 (pipe not included). Mount the antenna so that there is at least 3 feet of clearance in all directions around it. Position the antenna so that it has the most unobstructed line of sight to the cellular service providers strongest signal. If you are using a wireless amplifier, make sure the antenna is not pointing across your own roof. Warning: Lightning protection is recommended for all installations (Wilson Surge Protector 859902). Take extreme care to ensure that neither you nor the antenna comes near any electric power lines.
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Wilson Wedge Antenna Package Contents
(A) Wide Band Log Periodic Directional Antenna & L Bracket, (B) 2 - U-Bolts, (C) 2 - Pipe Brackets, (D) 4 - 1/4” Split-Lock Washers, (E) 4 - 1/4”-20 nuts. Wilson Wide Band Log Periodic Directional Antenna - 50ohm / N-Female Connector. For use with most Wilson building amplifiers.
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Wilson Wide Band Directional Antenna Specifications
- Frequency 700-800 MHz - Gain: 7.3 dBi
- Frequency 824-894 MHz -Gain: 8.1 dBi
- Frequency 880-960 MHz - Gain: 7.4 dBi
- Frequency 1710-1880 MHz - Gain: 9.2 dBi
- Frequency 1850-1990 MHz - Gain: 10.6
- Frequency 2110-2700 MHz - Gain: 10.4 dBi
- Horizontal Beam width: 70° to 90°
- Vertical Beam width: 85° to 110°
- F/B ratio: >20 dB
- Nominal Impedance: 50 ohms
- Polarization: Vertical
- Maximum Power: 100 watts
- Connector: N-Female
- Dimension: 11.42” x 8.27” x 2.56” In / 290 x 210 x 65 mm
- Weight: 3.31 lbs / 1.5 Kg
- Temperature Range: -40° to 158° F / -40° to 70° centigrade
- Rated Wind Velocity: 134 MPH / 60 m/s
- Lightning Protection: DC grounded
Our AT&T Homebase was barely capable of obtaining 1-3 MBS using it’s internal antenna. Now I’m routinely showing speeds of 20-30 MBS; I’m able to stream HD video now! One caveat: do your homework and locate the cell tower you can orient towards using LoS and ensure it works with your cell provider. A clear path is required so be prepared to experiment with aiming before you permanently install the antenna.
Before I bought the antenna I had 1 or 2 bars on my AT&T Unite myfi. The speed was almost UN-usable - it ranged between .5 Mbps to at best 4 or 5 Mbps. I can see 2 cell towers from my house here in central Kentucky but AT&T had no explanation as to why my signal and speed were so bad. When I connected the antenna and pointed toward the nearest tower, it pegged the signal at 4 bars and I now have speeds of from 15 to 30 Mbps!!!! Unbelievable!