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Long Range Antenna for WiFi 2.4, 5 GHz and Cell Phone 3G, 4G LTE, 5G

Jul 12, 2019

Long Range Antenna for WiFi 2.4, 5 GHz and Cell Phone 3G, 4G LTE, 5G

Quick Summary:

Introducing the strongest outdoor cell phone signal boosting antenna on the market to date: Long Range Cellular and WiFi Antenna for WiFi 2.4, 5 GHz and Cell Phone 3G, 4G LTE, 5G. With maximum gains of +26 dB, the antenna's parabolic grid provides optimized directionality and gain in the frequency range between 600 MHz and 6.5 GHz. Featuring an impressive maximum range of up to 10 miles, this antenna works equally well on all portions of ultrawide bandwidth, both upper and lower. Enjoy ease of use with a range of popular cellular bands including Wi-Fi, ISM, LTE, UMTS, GSM, CDMA, and 2G, 3G, 4G, or 5G along with easy integration with all carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.

Main Benefits:

With six times the power of other antennas that come bundled with cell phone signal boosting kits, this ultrawide outdoor antenna provides dramatic increases to the performance of your signal booster by creating a better connection with the tower, increasing the quality of your signal, and amplifying your antenna's directional gain. Featuring a radiation cone with a range between 4 and 20 degrees, you will achieve a longer, narrower, and infinitely more fine-tuned aim than other wideband antennas on the market.

Intended Users:

If you're looking for an outdoor, long-range, weatherproof antenna, this is the product for you. Perhaps you live in a rural area and are tired of dealing with cell phone signals that are spotty at best and non-existent at worst. With its wideband cellular reach, this antenna will seamlessly reach signal towers 10 miles away, outperforming similar yagi-directional or omni-directional antennas that are lucky to reach half the distance. If you're looking to maximize the output of your existing signal boosting system and are tired of dealing with weak signals and an existing setup that can't reliably reach the closest tower, this is the antenna for you.

Factors to Consider:

This 4G LTE directional external antenna must be used in conjunction with a signal boosting amplifier and is compatible with all brands of hotspot boosters including Netgear Nighthawk, MoFi, and Pepwave and all brands of signal boosters including Cel-Fi, SureCall, and weBoost, along with all Wi-Fi boosters. Some assembly is required, and you will need a 10-millimeter nut driver, socket, or wrench, adjustable pliers or an adjustable wrench. Cables and mount are not included and must be purchased separately.

Important Note:

As an aftermarket product, this antenna has been designed to upgrade and improve the performance of signal boosting kits. To achieve this, the antenna's beam has been narrowed to a mere 7 degrees, as opposed to a typical yagi-directional antenna with a 45-degree radiation pattern. If you picture the functionality of this antenna like a laser pointer, you will see that its placement and direction are of great importance. The antenna can strengthen a signal over a great distance but must be carefully aimed to achieve this.

Product Description:

The primary features of the Ultra Gain 26 Cell Phone Booster Long-Range Antenna include:

  • Wi-Fi and cellular signals including 5G, are boosted.
  • Full support for all cell phone models, all brands of cell phone signal boosters, and all carriers including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile.
  • Maximum gain of up to 26 dB, up to six times as strong as an average yagi-directional antenna, and the greatest gain of all cell antennas currently on the market.
  • Increase and customize the gain on the upper or lower end of the spectrum with the antenna's adjustable feedhorn.
  • Designed and built with durability in mind, the antenna features weatherproof powder coating to sustain all types of climate conditions and an aluminum grid mesh (patented) to withstand hurricane level winds.

Primary Features:

Maximum Range

If you're in an area with spotty or non-existent cell phone signal, this antenna helps you reach cell phone towers as far as 10 miles away: an impressive range when you consider that a standard yagi-directional antenna has a typical range between 2 and 5 miles. Turn dead zones and areas of weak signal into productive signal areas allowing for fast Internet and reliable call quality.

Reduced Noise

When multiple signal towers compete to reach an antenna, a whole lot of noise can be produced. The narrow field of this outdoor maximum range antenna allows you to choose the signal tower you wish to communicate with, and aim your antenna directly at that tower. This cuts down the noise and concentrates on bringing the single signal you're looking for.

Narrow Field

This antenna is an ideal option for installers dealing with the problem of a small number of carriers overpowering the signal of others. The Ultra Gain 26 Cell Phone Booster Long-Range Antenna allows installers to bypass a tower with an overpowering signal while concentrating on a specific carrier that couldn't previously be reached.

Weatherproof Design

Built to last, this antenna can be tightened on a sturdy pole or tripod we sell at the product listing page to protect it against heavy winds that would knock weaker installed antennas out of position.

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  • One of the biggest things that keeps me from living away from people (besides having to drive for groceries) is the problem of not being able to get my cell phone signal. These antennas look like they could help out in some of the most extreme situations. Add in the Wi-Fi capabilities and I think I’d be okay since I work from home.

    Cara Estelle on
  • Makes sense to have a high-powered antenna when you need your cell phone booster to go further. Anyone that knows radio waves knows how crucial an antenna is to getting things done. Hopefully this one delivers what it promises because it could help people in rural areas or places where terrain interferes with signals such as forests or mountains.

    E.J. Gertz on

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