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Wide Band Directional Antenna 700-2700 MHz (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Dual-Band, High-Gain Outdoor Directional Cellular Antenna
- Designed for Use In Fixed Applications
- Works On All Cellular Bands
- Provides 8-10 Dbi Gain
- New Dual Band Yagi helps you stay connected in your home.
- 100 Watts, 8.0 - 10.5 dBi Gain
- 700 to 2700 MHz Frequency Band
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Wide Band Directional Antenna 700-2500 MHz [Wireless Phone Accessory]
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I have tested many omni and directional antennas for 20 years and I can tell you there are only few directional antennas that really work well. My top directional antennas before this purchase is Yogi. I installed this new Wider Band directional Antenna and get more bars than the Yogi. I am due to leave for out west in another 4 weeks and I will report how much better it is in the wilderness.
If you are in a remote area I recommend this directional antenna with a Wilson booster. There are number of Wilson boosters and I have tried most of them. The new cradle type works the best. It is compact and operate on less wattage but will give you more bars. There are two recent makes, dual band and tri Band. Dual band tested good for all cell providers, but technically Tri Band will cover T-Mobile and AT&T better. The newer model is 815326 with small antenna or 815325 with cradel only. I prefer buying my own larger antenna for much better reception. Need an adpator for the cradel end to connect to regular cell cable. (FME male to SMA male plug Straight Connector Adapter) You might need few cable adapters to hook it up but not difficult to figure out and order on Amazon. Greatest thing with the cradle type is I can attach a mini antenna and a small power supply and carry it in my backpack in the wilderness and still be connected. My family use it also to travel to South America where signal is weak and still use the phone. Cradle type is for use by one person at a time. There are number of whole house boosters that works will for about $400. But the signal strength will vary by how far you are from internal antenna. By mounting the directional antenna on the roof, you will get excellent result.
Take my word for it, with proper mounting and a booster this antenna is well worth the price. With any equipment you have to use it for the right purpose. Without a good booster, antenna is workthless. Uness you have an old dirrect connect phones. I would pay 4 times what it is sold for because of the performance it gives me. Remember it is directional antenna so it will perform poorly if you point it away from the tower. A regular straight omni directional antenna will perform better in cases where the tower is nearby. I have found if you are in the cities, a small boad-band data antenna will out perform a directional antenna in the house.
I will update when I run tests in the wilderness where the tower is very far away and compare it to my best antennas.
If you want to connect this antenna to a regular cellphone cable you need this adapter. WILSON ELECTRONICS 971119 Fme Male to Sma Male Connector. It is sold on Amazon also.
Feel free to ask me questions if I can help. I know how difficault it is to have signal in remote areas. I have found even different phones will make a difference in cell receptions. I will generaly get 2 more bars in remote areas on my iPhone. I've been testing antennas for very long time because in the old days there were much less towers on the road and in the wilderness so I had to use many ways to improve reception. I have always use Verizon due to coverage. But this year I have both Verizon and T-mobile phones to test and compare in the wilderness...
I used an app to locate the cell tower and dial the antenna in.
Early on in my learning process I replaced the Wilson RV/Trucker Spring Mount Antenna with 14 foot FME Female connector, originally connected to the Wilson Direct Connect Booster, using the 15 foot extension cable and compact velcro attached phone antenna. I then ordered the #304411 Yagi and 30 foot N cable. Also the adapter N Female to FME Female #971107, as the 30 foot N Cable comes with two male ends. The Yagi Antenna comes with an N female connector, which connects to one end of the male N on the 30 foot cable. From there I connected the other Male N of the cable to the Female N connector to the Adaptor #971107. From there...I connected the FME Extension Cable coming from the inside Booster, which has an FME cable with male end coming out from the Booster. The nomeclature on the connectors can be confusing, so make sure you understand they seem to be reversed upon looking at images. The N cable is very large diameter, stiff and heavy with low loss on long runs outside. The FME cable is very small diameter, light and easy to run inside of tight places in my case, an RV. My reception was much better then...AT TIMES.. than using the the RV/Trucker antenna. The #304411 must be aimed toward the nearest cell tower for best signal. I mounted my unit on a very tall pine tree, but there is 2 inch diameter mounting hardeware included with the Yagi as well as 2 inch poles and arms avalable for other mounting options. I now have 2 full bars of 3G Verizon signal, compared to barley any or no signal at all in my remote area without boosting provisions. The higher the antenna is mounted the better reception.