18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz LTE/Wi-Fi Directional Panel Antenna w/5 Meter LMR-200 cable

18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz LTE/Wi-Fi Directional Panel Antenna w/5 Meter LMR-200 cable

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eBay Perfect for your Sprint LTE Plus (2.5-2.7GHz) and Wi-Fi 2.4GHz when an unobstructed Line-Of-Sight view of the Tower Site that is serving your area can be attainedThe 18dBi Gain Directional Panel Antenna has been designed and specified by Hawaii Four-G, Inc. for use with the 2.5-2.7GHz frequency band now used by Sprint for their LTE Plus service. (Keep in mind that LTE is a MIMO protocol and therefore requires more than one antenna to provide you with proper service). It can also be used with any 2.4-2.7GHz frequency transceiver when an unobstructed Line-of-Sight to the Signal Source Tower site that is actually providing service to your area can be acquired AND either:A higher gain is required for longer distances from the Tower Site that is actually serving your areaA tighter beam angle is required to target a particular Tower Site that is serving your areaA higher gain is required to compensate for longer RF Coaxial Cable RunsThe ability to use a higher grade of RF Coaxial cable when it is required for a longer cable runThe Proof is in The Details…In order to obtain the optimum reception results desired, this antenna was Engineered from the ground up for use on the 2.4GHz-2.7GHz band of frequencies used by Sprint LTE Plus and for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi in the U.S.. This antenna was also designed to achieve a tighter and more focused Horizontal & Vertical 3dB Beam Width of 8° in order to help in Line-Of-Sight situations that require you to target or reach out to a particular Tower Site that is oriented towards and providing service in your direction. This was all accomplished while maintaining a V.S.W.R. of ≤1.5 with a minimum gain of 18dBi throughout the 2.4GHz to 2.7GHz frequencies.FYI - The reference to an antenna's particular "Beam Width" or "Beam Angle" is typically the measurement of the total number of degrees that the orientation of a given antenna must deviate in either the Horizontal or Vertical direction before its signal is diminished by 3dB... In the case of this 18dBi antenna, the signal acquired by this antenna decreases by 3dB when the Horizontal direction/azimuth and/or Vertical tilt/elevation of the antenna deviates by 4º either to the left, right, up or down. Hence, the Total Vertical or Horizontal Beam Width or Beam angle is 8º (4º Left plus 4º Right equals a Total Horizontal Beam Width or Beam Angle of 8º. 4º Up plus 4º Down equals a Total Vertical Beam Width or Beam Angle of 8º).The precise spatial and linear dimensions required to produce the proper lobe spacing and optimally sized antenna elements of this 18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz WiMAX 50 Ohm antenna were accurately etched from copper sheets laminated to a printed circuit board assembly.The antenna element assembly was then electrically grounded and integrated with a solid and corrosion resistant aluminum back plane (that also serves as the environmentally sealed back plate) using insulating standoffs to maintain the exact spacing required between the antenna elements and the back plane for optimum performance. During the manufacturing process, this antenna was provisioned with a weather sealed 50 Ohm Type-N female bulkhead RF coaxial cable connector positioned in the middle of the back plate. This Type-N female connector has been securely affixed and electrically connected to the internal printed circuit board antenna and back plane assembly so as to easily accommodate a wider selection of 50Ω Low-Loss RF Coaxial Cables. Thus allowing you to employ many the heavier and thicker RF Coaxial Cables that you may require for longer and/or low loss cable runs.The entire antenna assembly is then encased within a compact and low profile (12" x 12" x 1.25") RF transparent, UV stable, white polymer radome cover. The radome cover is securely affixed to and integrated with the solid aluminum back plane/plate through the use of a silicone weather sealant along the perimeter of the cover and screws that have also been individually weather sealed from within the enclosure. All of the electrical connections to the antenna assembly are therefore protected from the environmental elements safely within the enclosure.The four threaded mounting bolts, that have been permanently integrated into the back plate, allow for the secure mounting of the included heavy duty bracket and Dual U-Bolt assembly. The bracket can be inverted to allow for the antenna panel to adjusted for up or down tilt. The U-Bolts can accommodate a maximum mounting mast/pole diameter of up to 2-3/16”.We've also included a 5-Meter (16 feet-4 inches) length of LMR-200 grade equivalent 50 Ohm RF coaxial cable that will connect directly from the Type-N connector on this 18dBi antenna to an RP-SMA Female connector on your device.The LMR-200 type cable is perfectly impedance matched at 50 Ohms to match that of this 18dBi 2.4-2.7GHz antenna. The cable has been professionally provisioned on one end with an Over-Molded 50 Ohm gold plated RP-SMA male connector allowing you to easily complete the connection to a RP-SMA Female connector NEW FEATURE!!! - - The end of the included 5-Meter cable that connects to the RP-SMA Female connector is now finished with an Over-Molded (injection molded during the manufacturing/assembly process over the cable and connector assembly) strain relief boot that has been fused to the cable and connector to avoid the signal losses that can be caused by loose or damaged crimped-on antenna connectors! The other end of the cable has been fitted with the proper 50 Ohm Type-N male connector to provide the proper weather tight connection to the Type-N Female antenna connector found on the back plate of the antenna enclosure.Additionally, the cable connections have been protected with heat shrunk sleeves.Need a Longer or More Efficient 50 Ohm cable?You can easily add Type-N or RP-SMA extension cables on your own should you need them for longer cable runs... If you choose to do this, we recommend adding Type-N Male to Type-N Female lower loss LMR-200, LMR-240 or LMR-400 extension cables from the antenna. You can then use the supplied Type-N Male to RP-SMA Male LMR-200 cable as the final leg of the cable run to your modem.However, you may also want to consider ordering a longer custom length of a more much more efficient and better quality LMR-240 or LMR-400 grade of cable from us to accommodate your requirements. See the photos in this listing of the bracket/mount showing the thickness difference between the included LMR-200 grade cable and that of the thicker and more efficient LMR-400 cable. We can credit you $10 for the 5-Meter LMR-200 grade cable assembly that is normally included and apply it towards the custom cable you may wish to acquire from us.Should you have any questions on this, PLEASE contact us.This antenna can be easily adapted for use with other modemsThe 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 devices. Adapters sold separately. Contact us for more information on the adapters that may be required to connect your modem.PLEASE READ: Will this antenna work when aimed at the Tower Site(s) within the Coverage area I am located in?When deciding which Tower Site to aim your antenna at you should first consult with the carrier's coverage Map. Typically you will enter your street address and Zip Code. You will then be shown the coverage and perhaps the Tower Site(s) in your area.If there are multiple tower sites, and you are not sure which one is providing you with your service, you should contact your carrier and ask them to identify which tower site you are currently connected to without the use of the external antenna. This will "Probably" be the best one to aim your new antenna towards as it has already been determined by the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) that is built in to your device as the one providing you with the strongest amount of signal in your area.If you are within a good to excellent coverage area according to their map, you should be able to acquire EXCELLENT signal with this antenna provided you have an unobstructed LOS (Line-Of-Sight) with an open 50 foot diameter RF Beam/Pathway view of the tower site that is serving your area. Sometimes you may be able to do this from inside your building through low iron, non-tinted glass. Glass, though transparent to your eye, is not transparent to radio waves. Any type of glass will have a negative effect of RF signal propagation and reception, some types of glass can actually be worse than transmitting through walls..FYI - If you are within the fair to good coverage area of their coverage map, the signal is not as strong and will typically have a difficult time penetrating and/or permeating buildings, foliage and other RF impeding objects. As such, this is sometimes referred to as the "Mobile" coverage area. When in a "Mobile" coverage area you will have much better signal reception if your device is outdoors and "Mobile" where the signal is not restricted by walls, glass and other common modern day construction materials that will impede or block the 2.4-2.7GHz signal. As such, you must place this antenna outdoors in a position where it will have an unobstructed LOS (Line-Of-Sight) with an open 50 foot diameter RF Beam/Pathway view of the tower site that is serving your area. If you are within the Non-Shaded/No-Coverage area of the coverage map you may be receiving "some" signal from a tower site, however, it will probably not be at a level of performance that is considered satisfactory by the engineers at your carrier. As such, it is not considered as an approved coverage area.If you are in the Non-Shaded/No-Coverage areas of the coverage map you should understand that the carrier's network, like any wireless network, has its limitations due to the design of the wireless network. There are typically four reasons why your area may be within the Non-Shaded areas of the coverage map. Understanding the differences of these areas, and identifying which area you are in, will help in determining if a directional antenna will be a worthwhile investment.You may be in the non-shaded area due to a distance limitation - - In an area that is simply too far from the tower site to provide adequate levels of signal using the standard antennas built into your device, our antenna may help to enhance the amount of signal available to your device from the tower site in your area. In these cases you should place the antenna in a position where it will have an unobstructed view of the tower site with an open RF Pathway/Beam that is at least 50 feet wide in diameter (aka RF Fresnel Zone).  You may also be in the Non-Shaded area if the sector antennas located at the tower site are not oriented towards your area - - The sector antenna located at the tower site typically has a fairly wide 30º~120º beam angle that allows it to spread their signal out horizontally over a large fan shaped 30º~120º area, HOWEVER, these sector antennas typically only have a small 8º~20º vertical beam angle. This small vertical beam angle is a physical limitation of how the sector antenna will be able to radiate the signal over the area around the tower site. Since the sector antenna has a limited vertical beam angle, these sector antennas are typically tilted downwards to provide better coverage to areas immediately around the tower site. The taller the tower site, the more downward tilt is applied in order to provide good performance to their customers immediately around the tower site. This downward tilting of the sector antennas at the tower site Dramatically Decreases the range/distance of coverage from the tower site... SO WHILE YOU MAY BE ABLE TO PHYSICALLY SEE THE TOWER SITE, the sector antennas on the tower site may be oriented at a downward tilt towards the ground/area between you and the tower site, thus leaving you with very little to no amount of meaningful signal being radiated towards your area (which may be why your area is shown as being in the Non-Shaded area on their coverage map even though you can see the tower site).Their signal may also be blocked by solid geological features like hills or you may be in a low valley area where the signal is not able penetrate or reach down into your area - - In some cases you may be able to raise an antenna up to a height where it will be able to peek over these geological features and provide you with an adequate amount of signal that you were not able to receive at the lower level where your device is currently located.There may be an area of heavy foliage, trees or other vegetation that is impeding or completely blocking the 2400-2700MHZ frequency - - The 2400-2700MHz frequency does not penetrate foliage very well. While you may think that "it is only a tree", the poor signal is actually mostly due to the amount of moisture (water) in the leaves and branches that are impeding the 2400-2700MHz signal. the 2.4-2.7GHz frequency does not penetrate water very well (if at all), so thicker, broad leafed or densely packed foliage will either heavily impede or in some cases completely block the signal from reaching your area. This could also be a reason why your connection to their network seems to work better during the winter months when there may be less foliage in your area. Again, you may be able to locate your new antenna in a position where it can peek over the signal impeding foliage.A highly directional antenna, like our 18dBi antenna, will be able to transmit a much stronger and more concentrated signal out towards a particular direction giving it the ability to perhaps better penetrate objects that may be impeding the 2.4-2.7GHz frequency to reach out towards the tower site. This can be helpful in areas where foliage may be impeding your signal from reaching out/back to the tower site. But, ultimately, you will want an unobstructed LOS (Line-Of-Sight) with an open 50 foot diameter RF Beam/Pathway view of the tower site that is serving your area. A properly aimed directional antenna that is focused on the strongest signal source will also be able to enhance your signal reception as shown by the Signal RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) and Signal CINR/SINR/SNR (Carrier Signal to Interference and Noise ratio) on the user interface screen of your device in some of the above situations... It is sort of like you cupping your hands behind your ears or using a megaphone held up to your ear to better listen for a distant or low volume level sound. Basically you are giving your device a better set of ears, or a hearing aid, to better listen for the desired 2400-2700MHz signal.HOWEVER, ANY antenna can only enhance the amount of signal actually reaching your area, it cannot create more signal where there is no signal to begin with... and it cannot "Suck" more signal through something that is blocking the signal from reaching you to begin with.So, if you are in the Non-Shaded areas of the coverage map simply due to distance where the sector antennas are in fact oriented towards your location, then a high-gain directional antenna tuned for the 2400-2700MHz frequency you are trying to acquire will work! However, if the sector antennas on the tower site are tilted downwards (and therefore not oriented towards you in such a way as to provide coverage for your area) a directional antenna will not be able to provide a meaningful amount of signal enhancement.You are welcome to contact us for more help by providing us with your physical address. 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