Wilson Electronics (301102) - Dual Band Glass Mount Antenna, 800-1900 MHz, 14' Coax, Cell Phone Mobile Antennas


Product ID:   PID0837
Status: Available To Order



Wilson Electronics (301102) - Dual Band Glass Mount Antenna, 800-1900 MHz, 14' Coax, Cell Phone Mobile Antennas

 

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Wilson Electronics (301102) - Dual Band Glass Mount Antenna, 800-1900 MHz, 14' Coax


Description:

Glass mount antennas attach to either side of a piece of the vehicle's glass with a 3M VHB adhesive.

This antenna works well on automobiles, vans and SUVs but cannot be easily moved from one vehicle to another.


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Features and Specifications:

  • Includes All Mounting Hardware
  • Permanent Installation
  • Includes 3M Adhesive For Mounting to Glass
  • Built-In Ground Plane
  • Sold: Each

NOTE: Glass Mount Antennas are not recommended for use with wireless amplifiers. The inside and outside antennas must be shielded from each other to prevent oscillation.



Product Number 301102 301114 304201
700-800 MHz
Gain
1.8 dBi
824-894 MHz
Gain
3.5 dBi 1.4 dBi 3.5 dBi
880-960 MHz
Gain
2.8 dBi 3.5 dBi
1710-1880 MHz
Gain
-1.5 dBi
1850-1990 MHz
Gain
4.8 dBi 2.4 dBi 4.5 dBi
2110-2170 MHz
Gain
1.0 dBi
Impedance 50 ohms
Radiation Omni
Polarization Vertical
Ground Plane Built-In Ground Plane
Connector FME Female
Material Whip - Stainless Steel Whip - Plastic Coated Steel Wire Whip - Stainless Steel
Coax Cable RG58 - 14 feet / 4.27 meters
Height 15 inches / 38.10 cm 5.375 inches / 13.65 cm 15 Inches / 38.10 cm
Mount Glass Mounting with 3M Adhesive


Wilson Electronics (301102) - Dual Band Glass Mount Antenna

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  • This Item Is Sold: Each





Inventory Status: Available To Order