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Below are the best LTE antennas for different band coverage, different gain, and form factors. See device-specific pre-configured antenan kits here: Wireless Device Information (search for your LTE device to see what signal improvement and indoor coverage solutions exist for that device). Note that 4G LTE is deployed in various frequency bands in United States and the frequency band used by your device depends on your operator and your location learn more
 
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Multi-band LTE Antennas
 
Multi-band LTE Directional Panel Antennas

15 dBi, 698-960 / 1700-2700 MHz

(RFWP072515D)

12 dBi, 698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz

(RFWPO72712D)

10 dBi, 698-960 / 1700-2700 MHz

(RFWLTWPA10NF)

8 dBi, 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz

(M5277i)

3 dBi, 698-960 MHz, 1710-2700 MHz

(WMM-7-27)

Multi-band LTE Directional Yagi Antennas

12 dBi, 698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz

(RFWY072712D)

11 dBi, 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz

(TS221171)

9 dBi, 806-960 / 1710-2500

(MB825)

Multi-band LTE Low-Profile Mobile Antennas

694-894/ 1700-2700 MHz

(MGRM-WLF-1C10)

698-960, 1710-2500 (2 cables, FME-Female)
1575.42 - GPS (1 cable, SMA-Male)

(GPSDM700/2500FFS)

Cable1: 698-2700 MHz (Cellular/LTE/AWS) (SMA-Male)

Cable2: 2400-2485/ 5150-5875 MHz (WiFi) (RP-SMA-Male)

Cable3: 1575.42 MHz (GPS) (SMA-Male)

(GPSDM700/5800GGT)

750-1250 MHz, 1650-2700 MHz

(RMM-UMB-1C )

Cable 1 & 2 : 694-960 / 1710-2170 MHz (LTE) (SMA-Male)

Cable 3: GPS (SMA-Male)

(LTM301-3C3C2C-BLK-180)

Cable 1 & 2 : 694-960 / 1710-2170 MHz (LTE) (SMA-Male)

Cable 3 : 2400-2500 / 4900-6000 MHz (WiFi) (SMA-Male)

Cable 4: GPS

(LTM401-3C3C3C2C-BLK-180)

Cable 1 & 2 : 694-960 / 1710-2170 MHz (LTE) (SMA-Male)

Cable 3 & 4: 2400-2500 / 4900-6000 MHz (WiFi) (RP-SMA-Male)

Cable 5: GPS (SMA-Male)

LTM501-3C3C3J3J2C-BLK-180 (See also LTM501-3C3C3C3C2C-BLK-180 with all SMA-Male cables)

690-960/ 1452-1492/ 1710-2500

(RFWAT06252_5XD)

694-894, 1700-2700 MHz

(RM-WLF-DN)

Cable 1: 694-894 MHz, 1.7-2.7 GHz (LTE) (SMA-Male)

Cable 2: 2.4 GHz, 4.9-6 GHz (WiFi, Public Safety, DSRC) (SMA-Male)

Cable 3: GPS (SMA-Male)

(SMW-305-3C3C2C)

Multi-band LTE Desktop Antennas

698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz (TS9 or SMA-M connectors)

(DMM-7-27-2TS9, DMM-7-27-2SP)

Multi-band LTE Omnidirectional Antennas

9 dBi, 690-2700 MHz

(1273-PB)

9 dBi, 824-960/ 1710-2700 MHz

(295-PW)

Multi-band LTE Indoor Dome Antennas

824-2700 MHz

(RFWAT0P82P7DNF)

 
Lower 700 MHz LTE Antennas
Lower 700MHz band includes: LTE Band 12 = 699 – 746 MHz; LTE Band 17 = 704 – 746 MHz. Used by AT&T, Rogers, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. Note that Band 17 is a subset of Band 12 (so any Band 12 antenna will work with Band 17 LTE devices)
Lower 700 MHz LTE Panel Antennas

9 dBi, 694-806 MHz

(PN9-700)

6 dBi, 694-960 MHz

(OD6-700)

4 dBi, 694-960 MHz

(OD4-700)

Lower 700 MHz LTE Yagi Antennas

11 dBi, 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz

(TS221171)

 
Upper 700 MHz LTE Antennas
LTE Band 13 = 746 – 787 MHz. Used by Verizon Wireless, Telus, and MTS in North America. Note that LTE Band 14 (758 – 798 MHz) is a US Public Safety band.
Upper 700 MHz LTE Panel Antennas

10 dBi, 746-787 MHz

(RFWAT07PNF)

9 dBi, 694-806 MHz

(PN9-700)

Upper 700 MHz LTE Yagi Antennas

11 dBi, 746-787 MHz

(RFWAT07YNF)

14 dBi, 745-806 MHz

(BMYD745M)

Upper 700 MHz LTE Omni Antennas

6 dBi, 694-960 MHz

(OD6-700)

4 dBi, 694-960 MHz

(OD4-700)

 
2500 MHz LTE Antennas

Band 38 is IMT-E and operates with TDD at 2600MHz. Band 41 is the BRS/EBS band and also operates in TDD mode at 2500MHz.

2500 MHz LTE Panel Antennas

18.3 dBi, 2500 - 2700 MHz

(RFW-PA2518B01)

8 dBi, 2300-2700 MHz

(RFWAT2P5INPANNF)

14 dBi, 2500 - 2700 MHz

(HG2614P-NF)

17.5 dBi, 2300-2700 MHz

(PTWLSP2327-18XP60NUF)

2500 MHz LTE Mobile Antennas

2300-2700 MHz

(RFWAT2P5MMSM)

2100-2700/ 3300-3800 MHz

(SMD-3500-3C3C)

2100-2700/ 3300-3800 MHz

(SMD-3500-3C3C3C)

6 dBi, 2500-2700 MHz

(ECOS6-2600)

2300-2700 / 3300-3900 MHz

(RFWRD2435RPS)

2500 MHz LTE Omni Antennas

8.5 dBi, 2500-2700 MHz

(HG2609U)

824-2700 MHz

(RFWAT0P82P7DNF)

2500 MHz LTE Yagi Antennas

8 dBi, 824-960/ 1710-2690 MHz

(RFWAT2P5LPDANF)

2500 MHz LTE Desktop Antennas

698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz (TS9 or SMA-M connectors)

(DMM-7-27-2TS9, DMM-7-27-2SP)

 
850/1900 MHz Antennas

The below antennas are suitable for 3G ONLY except for Sprint 4G LTE at former PCS band 1850-1990 MHz. View additional antennas here

850/1900 MHz Mobile Antennas

6 dBi, 806-894 / 1850-1990 MHz

(301103)

3G 3G 3G

6 dBi, 806-894 / 1850-1990 MHz

(301130)

3G 3G 3G

3 dBi, 824-2500 MHz

(MAF94300)

3G 3G 3G
 
3.5/ 3.65 GHz Antennas
View additional 3500 MHz antennas here. 3550 - 3700 MHz Antennas can be used for the new CBRS band learn more
3500 MHz Mobile Antennas

2100-2700/ 3300-3800 MHz

(SMD-3500-3C3C)

2100-2700/ 3300-3800 MHz

(SMD-3500-3C3C3C)

3400-3600 MHz

(HG3505RD-RSP)

2300-2700 / 3300-3900 MHz

(RFWRD2435RPS)

3500 MHz Panel Antennas

19 dBi, 3300-3800 MHz

(ARC-VS3518SV1)

3500 MHz Omni Antennas

11.6 dBi, 3400-3700 MHz

(HG3512UP-NF)

9 dBi, 3300-3800 MHz

(S3307BPNF)

3500 MHz Dish/ Grid Antennas

26 dBi, 3600-3800 MHz Info

(T35260G10006)