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Yagi Antenna 700, 800, 900 MHz (50 Ohm, Up to +10.8 dB Gain)

Yagi Antenna 700, 800, 900 MHz (50 Ohm, Up to +10.8 dB Gain)

Yagi Antenna 700, 800, 900 MHz (50 Ohm, Up to +10.8 dB Gain)

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2G and 3G 700MHz, 800MHz, 900MHz Yagi Antenna. It works with 50 Ohm systems. It is an outdoor directional antenna. Wilson Electronics part number weBoost 301111 (replacement of discontinued SureCall SC-230-800/ Cellphone-Mate CM-230-800). It provides antenna reception Gain of up to +10.8 dB (See specifications below). UPC: 813986001912.

Please note: User Guide tab shows SureCall SC-230-800 user guide. However, that antenna is discontinued. This is weBoost 301111 which has minor differences. Please see specifications of this antenna below. Thank you.

This Yagi or Log Periodic Antenna purchase includes mounting kit as well. The Yagi is a directional antenna that is designed to be used in areas of weak cellular signal. It is aimed directly at a cellular tower to provide the maximum connectivity. It is weather resistant. It is easy to install. Once up and running, the Yagi gives you faster data speed, and improved cellular signal.

With an impedance of 50 Ohm, the antenna is a high gain type, best for outdoors. Point it towards the cellular tower that is not only unobstructed but also the nearest. Do point it to the cell tower that belongs to the Carrier whose signals need to be boosted. This part # Wilson Electronics 301111 is replacement of discontinued SureCall SC230-800/ Cellphone-Mate CM230-800, Sure-Call SC230800/ Cellphone-Mate CM230800 with UPC 857593005703.

Summary:

  • Outside use.
  • Directional.
  • Antenna gain: 10 to 13db.
  • Impedance: 50 Ohm.
  • Length: 32.5 inches.
  • Connector: N Female.
  • Mount: Pole mount.
  • Polarization: Vertical or horizontal.
  • 2G, 3G.
  • Directional.
  • Frequency range: 700-960 mhz.
  • Easy to install.
  • Includes mounting equipment.
  • Material: Aluminum.

Overview:

These directional Yagi antennas are the best performing antennas on the market today. They are high gain outdoor antennas that should be pointed toward the nearest cellular tower. This antenna is designed to cover 2G and 3G systems for Cellular frequencies. This cell phone signal booster system antenna is designed to work with similar in-building amplifiers for Cellular bands 700 MHz to 960 MHz. 

Log Periodic/ Yagi Antenna Specifications.

Number of Elements. 8.
Frequency 700 to 800 MHz. Gain 10.0 dB
Frequency 824 to 894 MHz. Gain 10.8 dB
Frequency 880 to 960 MHz. Gain 8.8 dB
Frequency 1710 to 1880 MHz. Gain -16.4 dB
Frequency 1850 to 1990 MHz. Gain -14.9 dB
Frequency 2110 to 2170 MHz. Gain -13.8 dB
Input Impedance. 50 ohm.
Max Power. 50 Watts.
Connector. N-Female.
Polarization Type Vertical or horizontal
Height. 32.5 inches.
Weight. 2.9 Oz (With Mount).
Mount. Mounts on pipe with 0.5 in to 1.5 in diameter.
Wind Surface Area. 100 cm2.
Brackets. Max OD 2 Inches.

 

Yagi Antenna is a directional antenna. Directional antennas need to be pointed toward the nearest cellular tower for the best results. Yagi Antenna includes mounting equipment to attach to a pole .5 inch to 1.5 inch in diameter (pole not included).

Discontinued CellphoneMate CM230-8000MHz installation instructions are similar as this weBoost 301111 instructions and they are as follows:

  1. Place a U-bolt around the pole and through the two holes at the top and of the antenna plate.
  2. Place a flat washer, a lock washer and a hex nut on each of the bolt ends.
  3. Using an adjustable wrench or 1/2" wrench, tighten the nuts.
  4. Place the second U-bolt around the pole and through the two holes at the bottom of the shelter.
  5. Put a flat washer, a lock washer, and a hex nut on each bolt end, and tighten the hex nuts so that the Yagi remains in place, but can still be adjusted.
  6. Rotate the Yagi so that is points to the desired station/repeater/receiver.
  7. Tighten the hex nuts so that the Yagi is firmly attached.
  8. Place the omni antenna a distance above the Yagi antenna, providing space between the mounted antennas. Ideally, omni antenna should be mounted flush with the very top of the pole, so that the pole does not interfere with the antenna’s communication.
  9. While holding the omni antenna against the pole, place a U-bolt around the pole and through the two holes at the top and of the antenna plate.
  10. Place a flat washer, a lock washer and a hex nut on each of the bolt ends.
  11. Using an adjustable wrench or 1/2" wrench, tighten the nuts.
  12. Place the second U-bolt around the pole and through the two holes at the bottom of the shelter.

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  • Will this antenna work with 900 MHz freq.? Or Is it only 800MHz specifically?

    It will work for all frequencies between 806  to 960 MHz.

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