14dBi 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Antenna w/16ft LMR200 cable - Sprint TD-LTE Band-41

14dBi 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Antenna w/16ft LMR200 cable - Sprint TD-LTE Band-41

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eBay Since 2012 we have custom fabricated and sold over 300 units of our popular Outdoor Rated, 14dBi Gain 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Panel Antenna Outfits with some rather spectacular results. See the comments left by our customers. We truly appreciate your time to research and support our Solidly Engineered and Refined Design line of Hi4G antennas. - - I apologize upfront for the verbose description and educational points I have posted here. I simply feel that you should have the information required to make a fully informed decision.Please Note: While this antenna was designed to optimally be installed outdoors where it can acquire the greatest amount of signal, it can be used indoors "IF" it can be installed behind a single pane of non-tinted, low-iron content glass or plastic AND in a position where it can be oriented directly towards the direction that the greatest amount of signal is coming from (typically towards the direction where the tower that is serving your area is located. If it cannot be installed in a window then it must be in a position where the building you are in is not impeding the signal in any way. FYI - Certain types of Modern day glass types including Tinted, Thermal, Dual-Pane and Wire-Mesh Embedded Security glass is known to dramatically impede the RF signal from passing through and entering your building. - - You might be able to see through the glass, however, RF signal is blocked by all types of glass in varying amounts.You owe it to yourself to research how the enhancements we have made to our 14dBi Gain, 2.4-2.7GHz Wi-Fi/LTE/WiMAX Directional Panel Antenna Outfit compares to other antennas on the market.We have engineered very specific component upgrades and manufacturing modifications to this antenna not found in other similar looking antennas: We have used an Outdoor Rated antenna enclosure that was specifically designed to eliminate the crevice fatigue and edge cracking seen with other plastic enclosures that have sharp edges and acute corners. To further enhance the longevity and strength of the enclosure we have opted to use a special UV Stable polymer in the injection molding process when casting the low profile weather shedding shape of this Radome enclosure. The soft edged curvatures of this low-profile enclosure contribute to its outdoor durability and longevity under harsh environmental conditions that would have otherwise caused cracks along the sharp edges and sharp corners of other plastic enclosure designs. The daily expansion, contraction and exposure to High UV and temperatures here in Hawaii would have caused premature cracking of the enclosure if we had used a lesser design and/or used raw materials that could not hold up under our extreme conditions (read more below for the details). The LMR-200 grade of cable we use is much more efficient, durable and longer lasting than the typical RG-58, SYV-50-3 or other less efficient cables used by others. Our Over-Molded strain relief fitting (injection molded and fused to the cable+connector during the manufacturing process) improves performance, durability and longevity. We have implemented a Direct-to-Element bonding process to connect the solid copper core of the LMR-200 cable Directly to the actual antenna element within the enclosure. While this may be seen by some as less convenient, this type of permanent connection has resulted in higher signal capture efficiencies with less signal loss, which translates to the transfer of more signal from the internal antenna element directly to the LMR-200 cable. Ultimately resulting in more signal being transferred to your modem. This type of design allows us to eliminate the use of extra signal robbing connectors and transition pigtails within and at the actual antenna plate assembly.These and other seemingly minor component upgrades we have implemented in the construction of our antenna have all collectively resulted in a measurably better overall level of performance, longevity and value compared to others on the market.They say that imitation is the ultimate form of flattery... We should therefore be very flattered, as we have noticed that there are now "similar looking" antennas that have popped up on the market that DO NOT have all of the internal component upgrades, cable upgrades and other performance enhancements we have implemented... Yes, it costs a bit more to implement these upgrades and use these components. However, like anything else, you get what you pay for.If you take the time to look over this listing, you'll discover why our antenna outfit is so popular!A Directional Antenna Engineered to enhance the 2.5 to 2.7 GHz frequency band used by the new Sprint LTE Plus (a.k.a. Sprint Spark - TDD-LTE 2.5GHz Band-41), 2.5GHz WiMAX, Freedom Pop, H2O Bolt and the 2.5GHz Expedience network.Outdoor Weather Rated to best enhance and maintain the 2.5 to 2.7GHz signal when installed outdoors and positioned where it can ideally acquire an unobstructed LOS (Line-Of-Sight) view of the appropriate Tower Site serving your area.Can be used Indoors so long as you can position it where the front face of the antenna can be ideally aimed through a low RF impeding glass or plastic window towards the tower site serving your area. Dual Pane Thermal Glass, Metallic Tints, High Iron Content Glass and other RF Signal Impeding types of glass will diminish the amount of 2.5-2.7GHz signal acquired. Please contact us if you have any questions about using this antenna in your situation.Provisioned with an RP-SMA Male connector that has been "Over-Molded" to increase its longevity and maintain its level of efficiency. No additional software required.Can be adapted to be used with other 2.5 to 2.7 GHz wireless broadband modems and routers. Please contact us to inquire about YOUR modem.Compatible device list : 2.5-2.7GHz TD-LTE Band-41 Sprint Spark devices 2.5-2.7GHz WiMAX devices and equivalents 2.4-2.483GHz Wi-Fi devicesPlease check with us to see what adapter or modifications you will need for your device. QUICK SPECIFICATIONS LIST:Frequency range: 2400MHz~2700MHzVSWR: <1.5Gain: 14dBiPolarization: Vertical3dB Beam Angles;  Horizontal: 30º,  Vertical: 25ºRadiation: DirectionalImpedance: 50 OhmsAntenna Element Construction: Quad-Lobe Element configuration accurately etched from a metal laminated PCB panelConnector Type: RP-SMA maleCable Diameter: Approximately 0.2" / 5.1mmCable Type: LMR-200 equivalentCable Length: Approximately 5M/16.4ftDimensions: Approximately 7.5” X 7.5” X 1.5” / 19cm X 19cm X 4cmEnclosure Materials: UV Stable ABS Radome + Aluminum back plate.Radome Color: WhiteMounting Hardware: 4-Steel Bolts integrated into the back plate supplied with 4-nuts and 4-lock washers Pole Mount Hardware: Aluminum angle bracket (2.2” X 2.1” X 3.5” X 5/64” thick / 5.6cm X 5.3cm X 8.9cm X 2mm thick) pre drilled with 0º, 7.5º, 15º, 22.5º and 30º vertical tilt adjustment points (simply flip bracket over to adjust tilt in negative direction). Also supplied with a steel U-Bolt, pole/mast cinch plate, 2-Flat washers, 2-Lock washers and 2-Nuts to accommodate a maximum mast/pole diameter of approximately 2-1/8” / 5.3cm.Our Complete and Quality-Engineered 14dBi 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Panel Antenna Outfit INCLUDES:A 14dBi Directional Panel Antenna Plate that was optimized to further enhance the desired 2.4-2.7GHz signal - Unlike those Wi-Fi antennas that you see for sale elsewhere (antennas that are engineered and optimized for use solely on the Wi-Fi 2.4-2.483GHz Wi-Fi band a.k.a. 2400-2483MHz band), the internal antenna plate of our antenna has been Engineered and tuned to optimally resonate and maintain a minimum of a 14dBi gain with a V.S.W.R. ≤1.5 in the Wi-Fi 2.4GHz band. AND throughout the 2.5-2.7GHz frequencies primarily used for Wi-Fi and in the U.S.A. by Sprint LTE Plus (a.k.a. Sprint Spark - TDD-LTE Band-41)A well engineered weather shedding and UV stable polymer enclosure has been specially designed to further enhance the longevity of the antenna enclosure by avoiding the sharp corners, acute crevices, over-extention and folding of the polymer material that would have eventually led to corner/crevice fatigue and cracking of the polymer enclosure material with everyday expansion and contraction of the enclosure  - Unlike other enclosure designs, we took the time to use an antenna enclosure assembly that has been Engineered to better withstand the long term degradation. Our UV Stable Polymer enclosures feature softer curves that gradually taper and wrap to the back plate. This engineered shape avoids the edge/corner/crevice cracking typically caused by high UV, daily heat/temperature variances, humidity and corrosive salt air conditions found in areas like Hawaii.Yes, the CABLE IS INCLUDED! A 50Ω "Impedance matched" 5-Meter (16.4 Foot) length of a Low-Loss LMR-200 equivalent RF Coaxial Cable is INCLUDED with our antenna outfit  - Unlike other antennas on the market that do not include a cable at all, we not only INCLUDE a cable, we have chosen to provide you with a Longer Lasting, More Durable and 34.9% More Efficient LMR-200 equivalent grade of Low-Loss 50Ω Coaxial Cable... Some manufactures continue to use less efficient RG-58 or SYV-50-3 cables. And to make matters worse, they will supply you with a longer length of this less efficient cable, resulting in very poor performance.So why do other manufacturers continue to use the less efficient SYV-50-3 or RG-58 50Ω cables? - - Quite Simply, it costs them less money... When a manufacturer purchases cable in bulk, LMR-200 grade cable costs almost 5-Times as much as the RG-58 cable commonly used on other antennas... At 1,000' spool rates, a raw 5-Meter length of RG-58 cable may cost you about $1.80. While a 5-Meter length of an LMR-200 grade cable may cost about $8.70.What they are hoping for is that YOU will not know or care about the difference in performance that the type of cable used will make. As a matter of fact, some manufactures may give you a longer 7-Meter to 10-Meter length of this RG-58 cable making you think you are getting a better deal, while in reality, it still costs them less AND you will end up with a very poor performing antenna system due to the high amount of signal loss caused by using an even longer length of the less efficient RG-58 or SYV-50-3 cable.Why is this important? - - Remember, every foot of cable that is used to make the connection between the antenna element and your device will cause an amount of signal loss. The actual type of cable used, the impedance rating of the cable used and the length of the cable used will determine just how much signal is lost... So, a good guideline to follow is to use the Shortest Length, of the best cable you can use to complete the connection between your device and the actual antenna element. Please contact us for any questions you may have about types of cable.EXAMPLES OF SIGNAL LOSS COMPARISONS:If a 5-Meter length of RG-58 or SYV-50-3 cable was used between your 2.4-2.7GHz device and your antenna, it would attenuate (or lose) 4.3dB of signal. A 7-Meter length would attenuate your signal by at least 6dB. And at a 10-Meter length, an 8.6dB of signal attenuation would occur.HOWEVER, a 5-Meter length of the LMR-200 grade of cable we use will only lose 2.8dB, that's a difference of 1.5dB, or about 35%, when compared to a 5-Meter length of RG-58 cable. While you may think that a difference of only 1.5dB is not that much, Please remember that a gain of 3dB equals to a doubling of your signal, while a 3dB loss in signal equates to a 50% loss in signal strength, so a difference of 1.5dB is a significant amount of signal loss!Many antenna systems fail to perform as expected due to the additional amount of signal loss caused through the use of less efficient 50Ω coaxial cables, or worse yet, some will use 75Ω cables and connectors to connect a 50Ω antenna to your 50Ω 2.4-2.7GHz equipment. So, what's wrong with using 75Ω cables and connectors? The driving factor in using 75Ω CATV cables and connectors is that they are produced in much larger quantities than 50Ω cable and connectors. They are therefore easier and less expensive to acquire from your local hardware store. And while there are some Low-Loss 75Ω cables that are very capable of efficiently transmitting a 2500-2700MHz signal. The real problem is with the use of the multiple 50Ω-to-75Ω adapters/connectors that would be required to connect the Impedance Mis-matched 75Ω cables to your 50Ω antenna and your 50Ω rated device... It is a known fact that the use of 75Ω cables and connectors to connect a 50Ω antenna to a 50Ω transceiver can cause even further attenuation (loss) of the signal acquired by the antenna due to the higher VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio - a form of feedback/resistance) caused by the 50Ω-to-75Ω and 75Ω-to-50Ω transitions adapters/connectors required to use the 75Ω cable... The reverse is also true, the signal transmitted from your 50Ω device to the antenna will also be attenuated by the VSWR of those same connectors... And "In Theory" a high VSWR that may have been caused by using an inefficient, high VSWR, antenna in combination with the higher VSWR caused by those 75Ω-to-50Ω connectors could cause enough VSWR feedback/resistance to damage your equipment. In the long run, there could be additional signal losses caused by all of these extra connectors due to the eventual corrosion/oxidation of any connectors used on the cable run. Especially those connectors that are exposed to the weather on the back of the antenna that are subject to the corrosion/oxidation caused by environmental conditions.An "Over-Molded" 50Ω RP-SMA Male connector - The user end of the 5-Meter LMR-200 grade cable has been fitted with a properly impedance matched 50Ω RP-SMA-Male connector required to connect directly to your equipment  that has been fitted with a 50Ω RP-SMA-Female connector right out of the box... No additional adapters are needed!Even though we test and inspect every antenna at the point of manufacture, and again prior to sending the antenna to you. We found that when we installed the RP-SMA Male connector onto the coaxial cable using only a traditional "Crimped-On" connector with heat-shrunk tubing, that the connector would occasionally become loose or damaged during installation or daily removal and re-attachment by the end user.So in order to offer increased protection to the RP-SMA Male connector, starting in early 2013, we spent the extra time and money to further protect and secure this connector with a newly designed Over-Molded Strain Relief Boot that I have not yet seen in use on other antenna cables. This strain relief boot has been Injection Molded over the cable and connector assembly during the manufacturing and final assembly process."Over-Molding" is the process of securing the end of the cable, with the RP-SMA Male connector already crimped and secured onto the cable, into a two piece mold. A heated polymer is then injected into the mold, thereby encapsulating and forming the injection molded strain relief boot that will bond the connector assembly to the jacket of the cable during the manufacturing/assembly process.This new process protects the integrity of the connection, the longevity of the connector assembly and provides for a better integration of a highly protective strain relief fitting. This ultimately avoids the signal losses that are typically caused by loose or damaged crimped-on antenna connectors). - -  See photo of the end connectorA "Direct-to-Element" connection process was implemented between the internal 14dBi antenna element plate and the solid copper core of the 5-Meter length LMR-200 equivalent RF Coaxial Cable in order to insure the acquisition of the greatest amount of signal directly from the antenna element  - While some feel that this is less convenient,We are simply able to Gain More Signal directly from the antenna element by eliminating the signal losses (as much as 1dB, or more, of signal loss) normally experienced by other antenna designs that typically use a thinner gauge and less efficient transition pigtail cable between the actual antenna element (that is within the antenna enclosure), to the externally mounted cable connector -or- an extended pigtail assembly that is exposed to the elements on the outside of the antenna enclosure. (No need to worry about the amount signal degradation caused due to the use of an unknown grade of pigtail cable and multiple signal robbing connectors just to connect the antenna element that is within the enclosure to your cable And/Or the eventual signal degradation that will be caused by the corrosion/oxidation of any weather exposed external antenna connectors typically found on the rear of the antenna assembly. - - FYI - Each side of a pair of "Impedance Matched" 50Ω connectors in a cable run will typically cause 0.3-0.5dB of signal loss. While every pair of "Impedance Mis-Matched" 75Ω-to-50Ω connectors will cause higher VSWRs that will result in even higher amounts of signal loss. Multiple connectors and adapters anywhere along the cable run between the actual antenna element within the enclosure and your transceiver equipment should be avoided whenever possible.) BOTTOM LINE: The elimination of the internal pigtail cable combined with the elimination of the extra signal robbing connectors at the antenna have resulted in more signal being transmitted to/from your modem and this antenna.Why use a Direct-to-Element configuration and why does it result in more signal gain? We were able to avoid the signal losses suffered by this, the most common deficiency in antenna design, by employing a highly efficient Electro-Mechanical bonding of the solid copper core of the LMR-200 grade cable Directly to the Quad-Lobed 14dBi antenna element/array within the enclosure. Doing so eliminated the signal losses typically caused when using the thinner gauge, low efficiency and high-resistance pigtail cables used to make the connection to an externally mounted cable transition connector. Using this pigtail cable to connect the antenna element to the external cable connector causes what amounts to a "Bottleneck" or restriction that impedes the signal.The externally mounted cable connector found on most antenna designs is typically a female N-Type connector that is either mounted on the back of the antenna enclosure assembly -or- on the end of the pigtail cable that has been extended to the outside of the antenna enclosure.This connector is normally used to make the connection between the antenna enclosure/assembly and the length of 50Ω RF Coaxial Cable that would be used to complete the connection to your device.By avoiding the use of the pigtail cables and the additional barrel connectors required to connect the coaxial cable to the antenna enclosure/assembly we are able to eliminate the amount of signal losses typically attributed to this type of antenna design.As an added benefit, this Direct-to-Element connection is ultimately protected within the weather/UV resistant antenna enclosure safe from the corrosion, damage and signal deterioration that the exposure to inclement weather conditions would have eventually caused to externally mounted connectors and pigtail assemblies.While I do agree that the advantage of having a cable connector on the exterior of the antenna assembly is that you can select whatever grade and length of coaxial cable you wish to use... I have found that the added simplicity, longevity and gain in signal acquired through the use of the Direct-to-Elenment cable connection outweighs the ability to connect the cable to the back of the antenna enclosure. Most users can complete their connection within the 5-Meter length of cable, or use an appropriate length of RP-SMA extension cable. This antenna can also be provisioned with extension cables (LMR-200, LMR-240 or LMR-400 Series Low-Loss 50Ω RF Coaxial cable is recommended) and even adapted to other Sprint LTE Plus (a.k.a. Sprint Spark) and other modems with the proper 50Ω connectors and adapters. - - FYI - Most modems are impedance rated at 50Ω. Using mis-matched 75Ω adapters and cables of the same size, while less expensive, should be avoided as they will cause even more loss in signal due to the higher VSWRs caused by the 75Ω to 50Ω transition adapters/connectors. - No need to order a separate cable or an extra adapter in addition to your antenna when used within 16 feet of your 2.4-2.7GHz modem that has been fitted with a RP-SMA-Female connector(s)!An All Metal, Fully Adjustable pole mounting bracket with All Metal hardware kit - This will allow you to fine tune both the Direction (Azimuth) and Tilt (Elevation) of the antenna panel to acquire the Strongest Signal Possible. No plastic tie straps - Unlike some other types of mounting brackets (even some that use plastic cable ties that will probably degrade, slip and/or lose its proper aim and orientation), our All-Metal bracket/hardware kit is Fully Adjustable for BOTH Tilt/Elevation and Direction/Azimuth (Pole is not included). Many lesser designed brackets do not feature a Tilt and Elevation adjustment. Every antenna kit has been inspected, tested and individually hand packed in bubble wrap before it is shipped in a USPS Priority Mail Box with online tracking at USPS.com.A User Guide explaining the general use of the antenna, Signal RSSI, Signal CINR and how to use them to better aim and orient your antenna using the User Interface screens of your device is also included.This Antenna Outfit is Ready-To-Install right out of the box!An interesting result of all the upgrades and enhancements that we've made to the 14dBi antenna: Employing a Direct-to-Element integration of the upgraded 5-Meter length of LMR-200 equivalent cable to the antenna element, combined with provisioning the cable with an Over-Molded RP-SMA male connector to connect directly to your 2.5-2.7GHz transceiver... The field testing of this new 3rd Generation of our 14dBi antenna has shown it to perform at RSSI levels that are within 1dBm to 2dBm of our 18dBi antenna outfit using the same length and type of cable! Albeit at a price that is 40% less than what our 18dBi antenna sells for!QUESTIONS? Please contact us. Want to know more? The Proof is in The Details… Read on if you want to know more.We currently use these antennas to enhance 2.4GHz Wi-Fi installations and Sprint modem installations that have access to their 2.5-2.7GHz LTE Plus service - - FYI - Sprint does not support their new 2.5-2.7GHz frequency band in all areas.I got started down this path of producing antennas while I was working with 2.5GHz band Pre-WiMAX and WiMAX equipment in 2003. In July of 2012 I started Hawaii Four-G, Inc. with the goal of designing, updating and working with prototypes to Engineer a line of 2.5GHz WiMAX antennas from the ground up to be used with the then popular CLEAR Hub Express modem to enhance the signal of the CLEAR 4G WiMAX 2.5GHz-2.7GHz band of frequencies used by CLEAR in the U.S.. We then partnered with one of the largest WiMAX antenna manufacturers to custom produce these antennas per our requirements and specifications. In order to obtain the optimum reception results desired for the 2.5-2.7GHz network, this antenna element assembly was engineered to achieve a Horizontal Beam Width of 30°, a Vertical Beam Width of 25° with a Front-to-Back ratio of ≥ 25dB. All while maintaining a V.S.W.R. of ≤1.5 with a minimum gain of 14dBi throughout the 2.5GHz to 2.7GHz frequencies now used by Sprint on their LTE Plus network in the U.S.. The precise spatial and linear dimensions required to produce the proper lobe spacing and optimally sized antenna lobes/elements of this 14dBi 2.4-2.7GHz WiMAX 50 Ohm antenna were accurately etched from a metal laminated printed circuit board assembly.The antenna element assembly was then integrated with a solid and corrosion resistant aluminum back plate to serve as the back plane. Insulating standoffs were used to maintain the proper spacing between the antenna elements and the back plane for optimum RF performance. The antenna assembly has also been electrically grounded to the aluminum back plate to provide for lighting protection (In order to protect your modem, additional Lightning protection is also recommended if you are in area prone to lightning). Since the solid aluminum back plate also serves as the rear cover and mounting support plate for the antenna, we were able to engineer an unobtrusive low profile antenna. The entire antenna assembly is then encased within the low profile (7.5" x 7.5" x 1.25"), RF transparent and UV stable white polymer (ABS) radome cover. The radome cover has been mechanically affixed to, and integrated with, the solid aluminum back plane/plate through the use of screws that have also been individually weather sealed from within the enclosure.The four threaded mounting bolts for the pole mounting bracket have been permanently integrated into the back plate. Thus allowing for the secure mounting of the included adjustable angle bracket and U-Clamp assembly. This bracket can accommodate adjustments for BOTH Direction/Azimuth and Tilt/Elevation. The bracket will accommodate a maximum mounting mast/pole diameter of up to 2-3/16”.We've also INCLUDED a Low-Loss and Very Durable LMR-200 equivalent RF coaxial cable that is perfectly impedance matched to the antenna and to a modem with a rated impedance of 50 Ohms... No need to order multiple signal robbing adapters/connectors or Impedance mis-matched 75Ω CATV cables and adapters. - - This Antenna Kit is Ready-To-Install right out of the box! No need to order extra adapters to fit your modem that has been fitted with a RP-SMA-Female connector(s)!Amazingly, the outside jacket diameter of this new LMR-200 equivalent 50Ω cable (0.200" = 5.08 mm) is only fractionally (0.13mm) thicker than the SYV-50-3 cable (0.195" = 4.95 mm) we had previously used (a difference of only 0.13mm), HOWEVER, it provides a higher amount of signal gain as it is a much more efficient cable. This cable is amazing, it even provides for an even lower signal loss when compared to the even thicker (0.24" = 6.1 mm) RG-8X cable!    • Signal attenuation at 2600MHz over the 5m length of the previously used SYV-50-3 cable: 4.3dB.    • Signal attenuation at 2600MHz over the 5m length of this new LMR-200 cable we now use: 2.8dB - - 34.9% more efficient!    • Signal attenuation at 2600MHz over a 5m length of an even thicker RG-8X cable would have been: 3.7dB.This new LMR-200 equivalent grade of cable is a bit stiffer due to its thicker solid copper center core (not twisted thin copper strands), foam dielectric, foil shield, a thicker braid shield and a Very Tough UV and Water Resistant jacket (life expectancy of up to 20 Years).During the assembly process, this antenna was provisioned with a 5-Meter (16 feet-4 inches) length of an LMR-200 equivalent 50 Ohm coaxial cable that has been securely affixed and electrically connected to the internal antenna plate and back plane assembly. All of the electrical connections to the antenna assembly are protected from harsh environmental conditions safely within the enclosure. And for added strength and security, where the RF coaxial cable enters the housing, an injection molded silicone cable entry seal & strain relief w/humidity weep hole has been implemented - See photo (Please Note: The antenna must therefore be mounted in a vertical position in order to maintain a vertical polarization and outdoor weather resistance. If a Horizontal polarization is desired you must disassemble the enclosure, remove the antenna plate from the back plane, re-orient the antenna plate into a horizontal orientation, re-install it onto the back plane and reassemble the enclosure).The end of the Low-Loss LMR-200 equivalent RF Coaxial cable has been electrically bonded and mechanically secured directly to the antenna element assembly safe within the weather resistant antenna enclosure. This type of "Direct-to-Element" RF Coaxial assembly method provides for the Most Efficient and Lowest Signal Loss connection to the antenna element assembly possible as it does not introduce the use of several Extra signal robbing antenna cable connectors along the cable run and/or the higher signal attenuation internal RF Coaxial pigtail antenna element connection assemblies typically cause when used on other antennas. It also protects the actual electrical connection to the antenna assembly from the environmental conditions that would have otherwise caused the corrosion, oxidation and eventual signal deterioration of an unprotected and weather exposed external RF Coaxial cable connector typically found on the outside of other antenna housings. The trade-off when using this type of assembly method is that you must use RP-SMA extension cables if you require a longer cable run. PLEASE CONTACT US SHOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN USING A LONGER CABLE RUN.The user end of the 5-Meter LMR-200 equivalent 50 Ohm cable has been provisioned with a mechanically crimped-on AND Over-Molded* 50 Ohm RP-SMA-Male plug connector that will thread perfectly onto the RP-SMA-Female external antenna jack found on your CLEAR Hub Express modem. *NEW FEATURE!!! - - As of early 2013. the end of the cable is now finished with an Over-Molded (injection molded during the manufacturing/assembly process over the cable and connector assembly) strain relief boot that adheres itself to the body of the connector to help in avoiding the signal losses that can be caused by loose, damaged or broken crimped-on antenna connectors! During the distribution of our 1st Generation of 14dBi antennas we received a couple of calls where some users, during the course of trying to install their antenna cable through walls and other tight fitting spaces, had managed to yank on the mechanically crimped-on connector so hard as to break it off of the end of the cable. Since then this connection has been manufactured so as to further strengthen and protect it using a new custom Over-Molding manufacturing process. - - A strain relief fitting is applied to the finished crimped-on connection utilizing an injection mold that is placed around the cable and attached connector assembly. A polymer is injected into the mold thus forming a strain relief fitting that better secures itself to and better protects the connector/cable assembly. This process also helps in avoiding the signal losses that can be caused by loose or damaged antenna connectors that are simply crimped on and covered with a piece of heat-shrunk tubing.Need a longer cable? You can easily add RP-SMA coaxial extension cables for longer cable runs should you require them. If you intend to do this please inform us. We can give you an estimate of the added signal loss that will be incurred depending on what length and type of cable is used. We can also recommend a cable AND we will include a piece of self-fusing silicone tape to protect the weather exposed connection to your extension cable. FYI - Every extra barrel adapter/connector -or- length of 50Ω impedance matched cable used in a cable run will contribute to additional attenuation (loss) of your signal. The amount of added signal loss will depend on the length and type of cable used. We recommend the use of 50Ω LMR-200, "or better", extension cables. Impedance mis-matched CATV 75 Ohm cable/connectors will cause additional losses. All weather exposed connectors should be protected in such a way as to avoid moisture penetration and the oxidation and corrosion of the connector.  The included pole mounting bracket and hardware kit is a long lasting, All Metal assembly. It is weather resistant and Fully Adjustable for BOTH Elevation (Tilt) and Azimuth (Direction) adjustments. This will allow you to fine tune both the Direction (Azimuth) and Tilt (Elevation) of the antenna panel to acquire the Strongest Signal Possible.We do not sell brackets that do not allow you to tilt the antenna to acquire the strongest signal, there are all metal brackets sold by others that do not allow for a tilt adjustment. We also do not employ the use of plastic/nylon cable zip tie-wraps to secure the antenna panel assembly to your pole/mast. We feel that they will stretch and/or deteriorate over time thus causing the antenna panel to fall, slip and lose its aim/orientation in high sun/UV and wind conditions.experienced with other types of radome cover designs. Even with the UV stabilization of the white polymer radome cover, the cracking of a radome cover is caused by the day in, and day out, expansion and contraction of the radome cover. This constant expansion and contraction causes the crevice and corner fatigue that leads to the structural fatigue, damage and cracking of the radome cover. In order to cost effectively custom produce our antennas we elected to use a well proven radome cover design using existing injection molds to produce the protective weather shedding radome cover and silicone molded cable egress components. This saved both time and the extra tooling costs that would have been incurred producing a custom engineered radome enclosure. This allowed for more time and resources to be allocated to the design and production of the internal RF antenna components. The results are an Excellent Performing and long lasting 14dBi gain, 50Ω, 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Antenna outfitted with quality components at a reasonable price! With the Direct-to-Element integration of the new LMR-200 equivalent cable and Over-Molded connector, the field testing of this new 14dBi antenna has shown it to perform at levels that are within 1-2dBm of our established 18dBi antenna! Albeit at 40% less in cost.And through the use of our line of adapters, this antenna can also be used with most other 2.4-2.7GHz transceivers/modems**.**The RP-SMA-Male connector that is provided with the 5-Meter antenna cable can also be attached to one of our RP-SMA Female to Capacitance or Y-Type adapters… Thus making the antenna adaptable to other 2.4GHz Wi-Fi devices, 2.5-2.7GHz WiMAX and 2.5-2.7GHz LTE devices. Send us an email/inquiry about your cable and/or adapter needs.What others have said about this 14dBi 2.5-2.7GHz Directional Panel Antenna outfit:"Worked Great! RSSI: -78 before, -47 after. CINR: 18 before, 36 after. Thanks!" - - M. P. - Franklin, Tennessee  “Amazing!! From 2-5bars, just like that.  Thanks for the great service, quick communication and lightning fast shipping, I will recommend you time and time again.” - - M. K. – Los Angeles, California"We have clearwire way out here in the country and the closest tower is approximately 4 miles away with large walnut trees and houses between us and the tower. We struggled for years trying to get a signal of more then 1 bar. I purchased the exterior antenna from you and got the clear hub and I now have 4 bars and sometimes 5. When we got the hub it didn't make any difference till we got the antenna. It has been a few months and we couldn't be more pleased with your equipment. I would recommend it to anyone. Thank you.!!" - - Gene - Visalia, CA September 29, 2014"Went from 2-3 bars to 5 bars with this antenna (+ 30' of ext. cable!). Happy!!" - - D. G. - Corvallis, Oregon"Excellent product, prompt shipping, better than described!! A+++" - - W. M. - Houston, Texas"I received and installed the antenna per your directions. It seems to be working great to give us enough reception for running online video games for my son (the whole purpose of the internet reception srength.) I am super impressed with your product and your customer service. Thank you for making my life more peaceful :)" - - T. R. - Sacramento, CaliforniaCLEAR Tower Site, however, due to the downward transmission angle of the sector antennas at the CLEAR Tower Site, combined with the distance from the site and the degradation of the signal trying to pass through the dual sliding glass doors and drapes the signal is relatively weak to begin with (RSSI:-70, CINR 14). Watch the video to see the amount of signal improvement when using this 14dBi antenna kit even when being used in these less than ideal conditions.   This outdoor rated 14dBi Gain 2.4-2.7GHz Directional Panel Antenna Kit was designed, engineered and specified by Hawaii Four-G, Inc. for use with 2.5-2.7GHz (Sprint LTE Plus TDD-LTE Band-41) modem installations in the harsh environmental conditions found in Hawaii. Due to the directional nature of this antenna, it is best suited for situations where the antenna panel can be oriented towards the closest Tower Site that supports your service with little or no signal impeding obstacles in the RF path. The greatest amount of signal gain can be acquired when it is installed outdoors, beyond the confines of the signal impeding construction materials of your home/building. The best results are obtained where True "Line-of-Sight" conditions can be attained.Want more Gain? - - IF YOU HAVE LINE-OF-SIGHT of the Tower Site that covers your area - You may want to consider our Higher Gain but more tightly focused 18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz Antenna so as to partially compensate for longer cable runs and/or longer distances between you and the Tower Site. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND, like Any Other type of higher gain antenna, the higher gains are accomplished by gathering the signal over a larger area (thus the larger size of the antenna panel, grid or dish) and then reconfiguring or reforming the RF Transmission pattern into a tighter and more concentrated beam pattern either with a parabolic reflector dish/grid or more lobes in a panel antenna. Our 18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz Panel Antenna attains this by using a larger 12"x12" antenna plate that is Tightly Focused into a smaller 8° 3dB Beam Angle. This also allows it to reach out over longer distances. It was also designed with a Type-N connector mounted on the rear of the back plate in order to accommodate a wider selection of Low Loss RF Coaxial cable types that are better suited for longer cable runs. However, again like any other high gain antenna, we had found that the internal connection to the antenna plate and the additional connectors required resulted in some signal losses. With the new configuration of our 3rd Generation of the 14dBi antenna we have comparatively compensated for the added gain of our established 18dBi antenna design. For now we have discontinued the production of our 18dBi antenna as it was only acquiring 1dBm-2dBm better reception than our new 3rd Generation 14dBi antenna. Click on the following link for more information on our 18dBi antenna: CLEAR Hub Express 18dBi WiMAX Directional Panel Antenna Kit Includes: 5-Meter Low-Loss SVY-50-3 cable with N-Type Male and RP-SMA Male Over-Molded connector. Heavy Duty Dual U-Bolt mounting bracket and the required hardware (pole not included) This YouTube video ( https://youtu.be/BNDx64piwOY )  was done comparing our 1st Generation 14dBi antenna and our 18dBi antenna - - Keep in mind that the real difference is in the gain in RSSI dBm when comparing antennas. The bandwidth speed acquired is only relative to whatever amount of bandwidth was available at that given moment in time from that given tower site. Our new 3rd Generation 14dBi antenna will perform better than the 1st Generation unit shown in the video, and almost as good as the 18dBi antenna shown.Prior to mid 2013 Sprint held just over 50% stock ownership of Clearwire/CLEAR. As of June 2013 the CLEAR 4G WiMAX network is now owned in its entirety by Sprint. The CLEAR WiMAX 4G network remained in operation until November 5th, 2015 while it was wholly owned by Sprint. While Sprint has chosen to no longer sell new WiMAX devices for use on their 2.5-2.7GHz spectrum, this same 2.5-2.7GHz frequency band continues to be used by other Sprint MVNO wireless carriers like FreedomPop, H2O-Bolt and NetZero4G through their MVNO/Reseller agreements with Sprint on their Sprint LTE Plus 2.5-2.7GHz network. Sprint continues to reallocate their 2.5-2.7GHz spectrum that was acquired through the acquisition of Clearwire/CLEAR over to their new TDD-LTE network called "Sprint LTE Plus". In April of 2014 Sprint notified the FCC of their current "intentions" to discontinue their operation of the WiMAX network over their licensed 2.5-2.7GHz band of frequencies and upgrade the entire 2.5-2.7GHz spectrum that was used for CLEAR WiMAX over to their new TDD-LTE network that will be called Sprint Spark - It is now called Sprint LTE Plus. Since this antenna is tuned for the optimization of the 2.4-2.7GHz band of frequencies, it can be used with the Sprint LTE Plus 2.5-2.7GHz network.Please Note: This is a Directional Antenna. It must therefore be installed (ideally outdoors where it can acquire the greatest amount of signal) in a position where you will be able to aim the face of the antenna towards the Tower Site that is serving your area. Your signal results may differ from others that have used our products due to several variables such as: your distance to the Tower Site, signal impeding obstructions that may be blocking your view of the Tower Site, the construction materials used in your building that may be impeding the 2.5-2.7GHz signal, interference from other devices that also operate at or near the 2.4-2.7GHz frequency band and other variables. PLEASE contact us to consult about your individual situation. The use of our antennas may greatly enhance the signal you receive over the 2.4-2.7GHz frequency band! And while they may improve your RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) and CINR (Carrier to Interference+Noise Ratio)- aka SINR/SNR- readings, it cannot guarantee any particular amount of bandwidth or latency. That is a function of the capacity of the Base Transceiver Station (BTS) relative to the amount of network traffic on that particular BTS. As well as how your individual connection to your service may be impacted by their "Acceptable Use Policy".Posted with eBay Mobile

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