External Wide Band Directional Antenna (50 Ohm) | weBoost 314411
External Wide Band Directional Antenna (50 Ohm) | weBoost 314411
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LPDA / Yagi Directional Antenna (50 Ohm) | weBoost 314411 by Wilson Electronics / WilsonPro.
External Wide Band 3G + 4G + LTE Directional Building Antenna is Log Periodic Antenna (A.K.A. Yagi) made by Wilson Electronics' weBoost (model: 314411; previously, 304411). It has 50 Ohm impedance and N-Female pigtail connector. It is known for its compact design, high performance, and all-weather operation.
It works on all available cellular signal bands. This antenna is the same one that is already included in cell phone signal booster kits, weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104) and weBoost Canada Connect 4GX (471104F). It can be used as a replacement or can also be used on other Wilson amplifiers or boosters made by other brand manufacturers.
- Works on all worldwide cellular bands for voice and 4G data: LTE/ CDMA/ GSM/ UMTS/ AWS.
- High performance for weBoost cellular repeater/boosters.
- Designed for building exterior installation; direct at cell tower for best signal.
- High efficiency and compact design.
- UV stable white sealed radome.
- Rugged and waterproof for all weather operation.
- Simple install kit with tilt/swivel mast bracket for 1.25 inch to 2 inches diameter pipe/ mast.
- 2-year warranty.
Check specs. to confirm this 50 Ohm Yagi antenna is comparable, or better than any brand in the market including SureCall, RSRF, HiBoost, Cel-Fi, etc.
|Frequency Band (MHz)||698-814, 814-960, 1695-2180, 2180-2700.|
|Max Gain (dBi)||7.48, 7.31, 8.83, 8.57.|
|Average Beamwidth Gain (dBi)||5.2, 5.1, 6.7, 6.5.|
|Horizontal Beamwidth (Degrees)||78, 76, 75, 75.|
|VSWR||<1.8:1, <1.7:1, <1.8:1, <1.1:1.|
|Polarization||Vertical / Horizantal.|
|Half-Power Beam width (Degrees)||Low Band: 65 Vert. 100-109 Horiz.|
|Half-Power Beam width (Degrees)||High Band: 55 Vert. 70-85 Horiz.|
|Front-To-Back Ratio (dB)||≥10 Average.|
|Max Power||100 Watts.|
|Antenna Dimensions||11.75 x 8.5 x 2.50 inches.|
|Brackets||Max OD 2 inches.|
|Mount Type||Mounts on pipe 1.25 to 2 inches in diameter.|
|Antenna Shipping Dimensions||13.5 x 8.25 x 3.25 inches.|
|Weight with included mount||3.31 lbs.|
|Wind Loading Area (sq. ft.)||≥2.13.|
|Rated Wind Velocity (mph)||1.5-2.0.|
|Radome Material||ABS Anti UV.|
|Water Resistance||IPX Weather Rated..|
|Operating Temperature (Degrees Fahrenheit)||-40 to +131.|
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I recently purchased a Wilson #304411 Wide Band Directional antenna to try and increase my mobile signal to my ZTE Modem/Router. When I received it, I do not have the cable to connect the antenna to the antenna outlet on the modem. From installation instructions that I received with antenna, it appears to be either Wilson #359933 or Wilson number 951137. Could you help me get the correct cable, please?
Both cables are 50 Ohm so they will work but connector provided on its other end is what matters because you want to connect it to a router which is not what the cables were designed for (they were designed to connect two different type signal amplifiers).
Coaxial cable with N-Male connectors is suitable for fitting that 50 Ohm antenna with N-female connector like shown at link below:
As for the connector to the router, unfortunately we could not find the information, on what kind of connector is on the router.
The cable has a N-Male connector, so you would have to look for a connector N-Female to what connector goes to the router.
If router has for example SMA-Female connector instead (which is quite popular in modems and routers), it would be better for you to get a coax cable with N-Male connector on one end to fit exterior antenna, and SMA-Male connector to fit your router on other end - like shown at link below:
My wife bought the Wilson wide band directional antenna for our RV. I do the installs but was not expecting an N connector off the antenna. Normally I would connect the source to the modem and the router for home use. She also bought a Verizon jet pack hot spot wireless. No one locally has or carries a matching N connector on the coax they have available. Do I have to use and adapter or is there a coax that will maintain the low loss signal?
It sounds like you need custom cable length with N-Male to SMA-Male connectors listed at link below: (N-Male will fit the pigtail from this antenna, and other end fits most cellular modems)
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Note: For any signal booster to help, outside signal strength must be at least -110 dB or there must be a clear line of sight to a cell tower that is within twenty miles. Before ordering, please check outside signal level in decibels or ensure that you can make and hold a phone call at any good spot outside where you can mount an exterior antenna. Square footage stated in signal booster listings is based on good signal outside. If it is any weaker, the boosted sq. ft. area will be considerably lower, accordingly.
Kevin K. of Anderson, California gave the following review:
Website is easy to use with plain straight forward info but could have had more on testing signal strength to make sure you get a strong enough booster.
Therefore, please note that stated sq. ft. coverage is based on good signal outside. For best results: If outside signal is weak, we suggest choosing the next higher sq. ft. coverage kit. If outside signal is very weak, we suggest choosing the kit with even more higher sq. ft. range bracket. Basically, higher the sq. ft. bracket, the more powerful the signal amplifier with greater Gain as well as higher uplink and downlink output power.
If outside signal is too weak (weaker than -110 dB), submit request for cell coverage solution assessment. Upon receipt of questionnaire, we will perform residential or business site survey. This will help us determine the system that is needed to improve cell coverage. Then, we will create system design using that system such as femtocell, active or hybrid distributed antenna system (DAS), or other carrier feed signal enhancing method available that will work at your signal-challenged location. Finally, we will schedule for installation after equipment and installation service quote has been approved by you, or your company.
For non installation-included kits: Most home / office / building cell signal booster kits only include bracket to mount exterior antenna on outside wall, edge of roof, or existing pipe up to 2 inches in diameter. Mounting pole not included with most kits, unless stated specifically that it is included for free. Therefore, a mounting post must be purchased separately if you will require it to mount exterior antenna.