Yagi/ Log Periodic Antenna, 4G LTE 3G WiFi, 75 Ohm, 698-2700 MHz, 10 dBi
Yagi/ Log Periodic Antenna, 4G LTE 3G WiFi, 75 Ohm, 698-2700 MHz, 10 dBi
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Premium Quality Wide Band Outdoor Yagi/ Log Periodic Antenna for 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi operating on 75 Ohm impedance with wide band frequency range 698 MHz to 2700 MHz providing up to 10 dBi Gain.
It can be mounted on top of any house or building on roof outside to improve access to cellular tower signals for boosters or amplifiers installed inside. This is our premium signal booster custom version # 8 inventory item: Outdoor Yagi/ Log Periodic Antenna, 4G LTE 3G WiFi, 75 Ohm, 698-2700 MHz, 10 dBi with UPC 697691010519.
This is a directional Log Periodic Antenna, also known as Yagi antenna. It transmits powerfully in one single direction. It is designed for using outdoors with any 75 Ohm 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE cellular signal amplifier or repeater. It boasts up to 10 dBi Gain. It is compatible with all 75 Ohm cell phone repeaters and boosters including those made by SureCall and Wilson Electronics' weBoost.
The wide frequency range also makes it ideal for use at 900MHz and 2.4GHz for Wireless Video applications and WiFi.
This uni-directional Log-Periodic antenna will work for all international mobile frequency bands for 3G, 4G, LTE data and voice with any carrier including AT&T Wireless, Telus, T-Mobile USA, Bell Mobility, Verizon Wireless, Rogers and many more. In most instances, this unidirectional Yagi-antenna is used as an on-building roof antenna to improve access to mobile tower signals for signal amplifiers and boosters that have been installed inside. However, it can be used within interior spaces inside big buildings, warehouses, etc. to transmit excellent coverage in one area to boost weak coverage in another area.
This log periodic yagi antenna is completely weatherproof and can be mounted on a pole with the hardware included. The 10 inch low-loss RG58 antenna lead is terminated with an F Female connector which is typically used with 75 Ohm low loss coaxial cable such as RG59, RG6 and RG11.
- Compatible With 75 Ohm Cell Phone Repeaters, Amplifiers and Boosters.
- Covers 698-2700 MHz.
- White ABS Radome, UV Stable.
- High Efficiency and High Gain.
- Operates in any weather.
- Tilt / Swivel Pole Mount Hardware Included.
- F-Female Connector (75 Ohm).
- Operates on all wireless Carrier networks.
- 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE Cellular Applications.
- Designed to be installed on building and housing roofs but can be installed within large interior spaces.
- LTE, CDMA, GSM, UMTS, AWS.
- Stadiums, Warehouses and DAS Systems.
- Uniden, Hiboost, SureCall and Wilson Electronics Boosters.
- WiFi 802.11b/g/n.
- 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz Wireless Video.
|Frequency Range||698 to 960 / 1710 to 2700 MHz|
|Horizontal Beamwidth||90 / 75 Degrees|
|Vertical Beamwidth||60 / 55 Degrees|
|Fits||75 Ohm cables with F-Male connector such as Type RG-6 cable with F Male connectors or Type RG-11 cable with F Male connectors|
|Maximum Power||100 Watts|
|Cable Length||10 inches (254 mm)|
|Dimensions||11.5 x 8.4 x 2.6 Inches (292 x 213 x 66 mm)|
|Temperature Range||-40°F to 149°F (-40°C to 60°C)|
|Weight||0.7 Lbs. (0.32 Kg)|
|Mast Diameter||Conical 1.2 to 2 Inches (30 to 50 mm)|
RF Antenna Radiation Patterns 698 MHz and 960 MHz:
RF Antenna Radiation Patterns 1710 MHz and 2700 MHz:
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I realized that the booster that I purchased this antenna for has different Ohm’s and therefore will not fit the cable it needs to be attached to. What should I do? Return it I guess but can you suggest the correct antenna I need?
If this 75 Ohm antenna is not the right one, by method of elimination, you must need 50 Ohm antenna for your kit. You can either order F-Male to N-Female connector that will make this antenna you ordered fit the cable you will be connecting to (will incur 1-2 dB signal loss), or order the correct one you need online - the, Yagi 50 Ohm Antenna (to avoid 1-2 dB signal loss).
Would this antenna work with band 71 that T-Mobile uses? Thank you. If so, or not, what do I need to look for in an antenna to be able to know if it is compatible with band 71? Thanks again!
T-Mobile owns the licenses to most of band 71. They deployed LTE 4G in this band in late 2017, and added 5G in this band in late 2019.
The T-Mobile band 71 covers the range of 617 through 698 MHz so this antenna will not cover it because its coverage frequency starts at 698 MHz.
Look for antennas at our website that state the frequencies they cover start at 600 MHz. For example, here're links to a few that will work for TMO band 71: (please note they all have 50 Ohm impedance)
5G Yagi (50 Ohm):
5G Omni (50 Ohm):
5G LPDA Multi-Element (50 Ohm):
5G DUAL LPDA 50 Ohm MIMO (Multiple In, Multiple out):
5G Parabolic Grid (50 Ohm):
5G Parabolic Round Grid Higher Wind Resistance (50 Ohm):
FYI, T-MO band 71 is a paired band so 617 thru 652 MHz is for downlink (cell towers to transmit to cell devices), and 663 thru 698 MHz is for uplink (cell devices to transmit to towers).
The band is divided into seven equal-size blocks (A thru G). Each block is 10 MHz wide, consisting of 5 MHz for uplink and 5 MHz for downlink.
This band is a lower radio frequency than most other bands used for mobile phones. Lower frequencies travel farther and penetrate building materials better than higher frequencies. Therefore, this band should provide better coverage inside buildings and even in remote rural areas.
In the past, band 71 was used for UHF TV channels 38 thru 51. In 2017, FCC reverse auction or incentive auction oversaw TV stations selling the spectrum to mobile network operators which relocated TV channels using the band 71.
Will this work with my zBoost YX545?
Yes, although this is not the replacement antenna of the original zBoost YX545 kit, it can be technically used for it because it is also 75 Ohm impedance with F connector.
Will this work with a Netgear Nighthawk LTE Mobile Hotspot Router? I intend to only use the router inside my house. Also, do you sell adapters that change standard coax connections to TS-9? I currently get one bar, and need to boost the signal.
You would need the 50 ohm version of this antenna because the TS-9 is a 50 ohm port.
This antenna would be compatible:
You would also need a cable to run from antenna to the router such as this one:
Lastly, you would need an adapter that connects to your device like this one:
Will this work with a Wilson 4g lte 700 booster?
Yes, it will - However, you will need to make sure that your signal amplifier's outside antenna port has 75 Ohm input. Please check your Wilson Electronics booster model specifications to confirm because various different Wilson or weBoost kits have different outside antenna port impedance that is measured in "Ohm". If not, you will need the 50 Ohm version of this directional antenna.
On average how far from tower can it be
Up to 50 miles away maximum, with clear line of sight but usually lower due to obstructions along the way.
Can it be mounted on same pole as TV antenna
If you're working with standard building materials and have the antennas pointed in the opposite direction, it should be fine. Also as long as you have at least 3 feet between antennas, you should be fine.
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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.