Specification – 002
Please check the following specifications to choose a suitable headset model.
|Gain||2 x 20dBi|
|Radiation angle in a vertical plane||32|
|Radiation angle in the horizontal plane||35|
|Connector Type||2x N Female / N Male|
|Resistance to wind||200 km/h|
External 4G LTE Antenna
With the information technology network, most people use cell phones, computers. So the internet is indispensable to us. In addition to the 4G, 5G networks that people usually use, many people have WIFI installed in their homes as WIFI is a more affordable and better signal. They also meet this problem is why the router signal poor?
Some reasons are that the router not be put in the right place, some are that too many people use it, crowded, or too many surrounding tall buildings, obstacles will affect the router to receive the signal, sometimes is too far from the signal tower.
We are a professional 4G antenna factory, there a variety of items for your choose.
Incorporating two separately fed, ultra wideband elements in a single housing. This innovative, universal 4G directional antenna is designed for 800MHz (2G / 4G), 900Mhz (4G), 1800MHz (3G / 4G), 2100MHz (4G) and 2600MHz (4G) frequency band and supports all established standards like GSM, 2G, 3G and 4G (800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600).
The LTE antenna has a gain of up to 20dBi and helps you to improve your 2G, 3G, or 4G connection even on long distances. If you make sure where the cell tower, then the directional antenna is a great alternative to consider.
It is a unique window, wall, or pole mountable antenna giving you dual polarisation. There is two version bracket. One version bracket only for window and pole. Other novelty bracket design compatible with
Wall and pole.
The housing was made of impact-resistant, UV plastic, and stainless steel. The robust mechanical enclosure design makes the antenna weather, dust, and vandal resistant and gives it a waterproof IP65 rating, suitable for harsh environments. It allows the 4G full-band antenna for outdoor.
The 4G flat antenna offers a series connector as N/M, N/F, SMA Male, FME female, F N/Female for your device.
RG58 4D-FB type coaxial cable for 50cm length cable, fitted with N-type jacks. If you require installations a longer distance run like 5m, 10m, or 15m, it is better to make with 5D-FB, LMR240, 400 types coaxial cable that can minimize the cable insertion loss.
The panel antenna perfect for most application areas, such as urban, rural, agricultural and commercial, to achieve the best possible coverage over a large zone.
It is a cost effective, value added product for network operators and service providers, helping to provide a stable connection with improved data rates for subscribers, thereby improving satisfaction and retention.
Why does 4G lte antenna have different frequencies?
Communication system, if the same frequency band at the same time to propagate non-orthogonal signals. The receiving device (the phone) will be difficult to distinguish the signal. The bit error rate will increase (that is, the call quality or transmission rate decreases).
An example, in human terms is that a road that holds only one person cannot run two people at the same time.
In order to solve the problem of co-channel interference, the simplest and most brutal way is to artificially define the spectrum. This has led to the emergence of official radio authorities around the world. Their mission is to prohibit spectrum misuse and to define the use of individual spectrums from a policy perspective. There are other solutions such as dynamic division – cognitive radio, find their own spectrum and access it themselves.
The spectrum is a non-renewable and restricted resource.
The frequencies are different. The transmission characteristics of the electromagnetic waves are also different. For wireless communication, a lower spectrum means a longer wavelength. That the attenuation will be reduced when encountering buildings. The coverage will be increased with base stations at such frequencies.
TD-LTE and LTE-FDD
As mentioned above, in order to prevent co-channel interference. the Radio Board divided the frequency to three companies: Mobile, Unicom and Telecom, to support their respective users. TD-LTE is the 4G standard of Mobile, LTE-FDD is the 4G standard of Telecom and Unicom. These three belong to different companies. They need to transmit data to users through their respective user management systems. In order to avoid interference on the same frequency, so they need to be on different frequencies.
To avoid co-channel interference, we divide the spectrum to different communication methods and different companies. That is why 4G LTE has different frequencies. Different frequency bandwidths lead to different theoretical data transmission ceilings.
Can an LTE outdoor antenna be used in areas with extreme weather conditions? such as strong winds or heavy rain? and what precautions should be taken?
Yes, an LTE outdoor antenna can be used in areas with extreme weather conditions. Such as strong winds or heavy rain. Precautions should be taken to ensure that the antenna remains stable and undamaged.
Here are some precautions to take:
You can choose a sturdy mounting location that is safe from strong winds. for example, you can mount the antenna on a rooftop or a solid structure.
You make sure the mounting bracket is secured. That to prevent the antenna from falling or moving during strong winds.
Use durable cables that can withstand extreme weather conditions.
Consider using a lightning protection device to protect your antenna from lightning strikes.
You inspect the antenna and its connections to ensure they are in good condition. And replace any damaged parts promptly.