|Input resistance||50 Ohm|
|Maximum input power||10 W|
|Permissible wind load||67 MPH|
|Operating temperature range||-40 ° С to +50 °|
|Max permissible humidity of air||100%|
|Mounting type||Mask, Pole|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||240 x 240 x 60 mm
9.45 x 9.45 x 2.36 in
|Weight with bracket||1.2kg /42 oz./ 2.65lb|
|Gross weight||1.4 kg / 49 oz / 3.09 lbs|
Gain Chart (Updated 01-2022)
brianalexanderhill (verified owner) –
Great price and db rating compared to other reputable options. It works great to take an almost nonexistent signal that actually bounces off the hill across from us (we’re in a valley) and gives us 8/1mbps.
Charles (verified owner) –
So far it has doubled my speeds from 60mb/s to 120mb/s down and 20mb/s up (which may be carrier limited since it always tests out to just over 20mb/s uplink). The Wilson yagi pair typically gave 40-60mb/s down and 10-12mb/s up at this location at their best. This antenna right now is in the attic floor pointed in the general direction of the cell tower and is showing -70dbm on 1900mhz link, probably 10-15dbm better then the the prior Wilson Yagis (rated for 10dbi gain). Cell Tower is 3.1 miles away without a clear line of site (moutain ridge just barely cuts off true line of site by about 30 ft) as well as heavily wooded area (not to mention my roof). I haven’t experimented in which direction the polarization works best right now its 90 degree polarization relative to vertical. Without high gain antennas, the router drops to the 700mhz bands and will rarely connect on the higher speed LTE bands for very long if at all. Its been 8 hours and its still hanging onto 1900mhz which is probably the fasted band in my area for the provider.