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Wilson Electronics Dual Band (700-2700 MHz) 50 Ohm Wall Mount Panel Antenna with N Female Connector
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- Type of Antenna: Panel Antenna
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- Size (LWH): 7.5 inches, 11.5 inches, 2 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
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I bought this to add to the Wilson Electronics 801280 Ag Pro Complete Kit that I bought to boost the nonexistent Sprint PCS signal in my home. The kit already contained one of these antennas so I figured I'd add another identical one to increase the reliability and effectiveness of the system. This antenna uses N Type connectors, which folks should note, are NOT compatible with standard coax cable. N Type connectors are about twice the size of standard coax. I bought the following components to add this antenna to the Ag Pro kit and it all installed easily and works perfectly together: Wilson Electronics 952350 50 feet WILSON400 Ultra Low Loss Coax Cable with N Male Connectors, ...Read more ›
On to the review: I have not pole mounted it on the roof yet. So far I've just tried putting it in the window and facing it towards where I get decent signal up the hill. The antenna, 30 ft of Wilson ultra low loss cable and the required adapters to make this fit into my Verizon 4G MiFi transformed the device from completely useless in the house (sometimes gets 3G signal that's almost as fast as dial up) to decent 4G speed - 8mbps downloads, .5 to 1mbps uploads. I got up to 1.5mbps upload on one test. Can't wait to see how it does on the roof.
I am able to get 4G signal in the attic without the antenna but not as fast or reliable as with the antenna in a window well below the attic.
Following the recommendations and instructions on 3Gstore's web site, I wasn't expecting any faster than .5mbps uploads in my house. I don't fault the antenna for it. I fault the trees, hills and distance from my house to the cell tower.
If you don't get any signal anywhere on or near your property or on your roof, don't waste your money on any antenna. My site survey showed decent signal 2/10 mile up the hill (RSSI -73). The antenna gives me RSSI -77 in my window. I'm assuming it will improve by a few points up on the roof but if it doesn't my MiFi is still usable and MUCH better than RSSI -100 without it!
My case may be more challenging than most since I have a weak Sprint signal at my house, but strong enough that my phone keeps switching to it from the much stronger roaming signal from Verizon. With this antenna and system I get reliable functionality on the Sprint network.
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My parents live in an internet dead zone: too far away for DSL, no cable on the street, and weak cell signal (half a bar if you stand in the right spot). Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by Nik
We live way out in the country, have a metal roof on our house and have terrible cell phone reception. Read morePublished on March 29, 2014 by Arrow Metals Inc