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Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable

Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable
Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable


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Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and ten-Foot RG174 Coax Cable


Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable

Wilson Electronics’ Top promoting 12-inch dual band 800/1900 MHz magnet mount cellular antenna is created specifically for use with Wilson mobile amplifiers but can be used for a lot of other applications. This is a Dual Band 806-894/1850-1990 MHz vertical polarization Omni-directional antenna and characteristics five.12/6.12 dBi of gain. The antenna includes 10 Feet of RG 174 coax and terminates in an FME Female connector. A metal ground plane is necessary. Straightforward to install and is transferable in between automobiles. Contact our fully staffed Tech Division for concerns or aid at 866-294-1660.

  • Simple to set up
  • Removable – Transfers from on Automobile to one more
  • Significantly reduces the quantity of dropped calls.
  • Rare Earth Magnet Guaranteed up to one hundred MPH
  • Metal ground plane is essential (Minimum five” diameter

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3GStore.com’s Item Spotlight on the “Booster Antenna” — a quite transportable omni-directional cellular antenna with higher-gain, that easily attaches to most 3G / EVDO data cards and USB modems as nicely as a lot of cellphones and PDA’s that have an RF jack for external antennas. This video shows a standard application for the Booster Antenna, and how it improves signal. The video also shows optional mounting clips from an accessory “Clip Pack”
Video Rating: four / 5

Query by gabeezalbub: Why did the cell telephone manufacturers eradicate external antennas?
Totally no one particular tends to make an external antenna jack for a cell phone as far as I can inform. Is GSM genuinely so excellent that antennas are now obsolete? I would have a true challenging time believing this.

Very best answer:

Answer by Chickie
External antennas have been really more of a advertising and marketing gimmick than anything else. Remember how cell boosters have been all the rage back then? In a handful of brands (Nokia, Kyocera) the antennas weren’t even attached to the board inside. Just there for decoration.

These days the trend is going to internal, not only because the common population doesn’t notice but it really is less pricey for companies that have to replace the customer’s phone. That’s why you will not locate numerous external antennas on newer phones from GSM or CDMA carriers.

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What customers say about Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable?

  1. 45 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This thing really works!, May 10, 2005
    By 
    Sue B. “sueb1056″ (Pie Town, NM United States) –
    This review is from: Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I live and camp in the western U.S. and have found this antenna to be very effective. It works either while driving down the road or while stationary, and it’s not too difficult to attach it to your roof while in motion, unless it freaks out your cat when you open the window, but that’s another issue.

    I’ve tried it on three phones, two Motorolas and an LG, and in all cases it usually brings the signal up by two bars. In areas with no signal, sometimes it allows weak analog service and sometimes it won’t. Having this antenna has meant the difference between analog and digital service, or between no service and analog. Even if you are getting four or five bars, when you use this it seems that your calls will get dropped less often, or never.

    There are a few limitations:

    1. Your cell phone must accept an external antenna. Look for a hole near the base of the phone’s antenna, which is often covered with a rubber plug.

    2. Many phones require an adapter to be used with this product. You will have to check with Wilson Electronics to see if this is the case. If it is, they cost about $10. Your cell phone store may also carry them.

    3. This thing works because it is attached to the roof of a vehicle. You can’t carry it up on a hill and hold it in your hand – you have to be in the car. I have heard of people attaching it to an old-fashioned pie tin that is attached to some PVC pipe to get it six feet higher, but personally I haven’t tried this.

    4. The cable between the antenna/car and your phone isn’t very long, so plan on sitting in the car to use this.

    Overall, I am very pleased with this because it lets me check my e-mail while camping, which means I can play hooky from my job and not get caught.

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  2. 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Caution: Not for the Wilson Sleek, August 30, 2011
    By 
    Amit (San Francisco, Calif.) –
    This review is from: Wilson Electronics 301103 Dual Band (800/1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with FME Female Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    If you are using the Wilson Electronics 815226 Sleek Cell Phone Signal Cradle Booster for All Cell Phones with Mini Magnet Mount Antenna – For Single User and want an additional boost to your signal, this is not the right antenna for you. Instead, according to Wilson tech support, you need to buy the Wilson Electronics 301125 Dual Band (800-1900 MHz) Magnet Mount Antenna with SMA Male Connector and 10-Foot RG174 Coax Cable.

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  3. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very impressed. Using it for home usage, January 15, 2009
    By 
    CT music fan “ctmusicfan” (Stamford, CT United States) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    I just got this today. It’s advertised as an antenna for the car but I’m using it at home. I’m about 100 yards out of a cell reception area (I use Verizon and I have the LG Dare). After reading a positive review elsewhere, I decided to try this, knowing there was a good possibiity it might not work. I’ve tested it with 2 calls so far, walking around, and it been very good. No drops in signal or sound. Now, I just need to a better solution than a baking sheet to attach the antenna to. Will post an update in a week.

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  4. hey i have the ZTE i live about 8 miles from 3g service and it flicks from no signal to 1 or 2 bars and i get text out of nowhere hours late, sometimes 3g and i can actually use it for a minute but its slow as molasses. i think this would work can u send me a link in a comment, or do u think i can get it at radioshack

  5. The booster helps in fringe areas and is designed to give you some better signal, which can give more reliable voice calling and data service. What phone exactly are you trying to use this with? Most of the new phones don’t have a direct antenna port and you’d be better off looking at our Wilson Sleek – 3gstore[dot]com/sleek

  6. Does it work if u live in a kinda low service area? Like if i’ll get 2 bars and 3G only some of the time on my dads droid.

  7. Looks like plastic piece of shit

  8. It depends on the area you’re using it. It’s designed for areas that have a moderate signal where you just need an extra boost to get a more reliable signal. It won’t work in an area if you have no signal to begin with though.

  9. does this always work? or can it not work in some areas

  10. You can purchase a booster antenna here – 3Gstore.com

  11. well the reason they got rid of it was because of a lot of interference, gsm is really good now i dnt have any probs

  12. There are two things you might mean by “external antennas” and I will try to cover both possibilities.

    The first interpretation is that you mean stub antennas that can extend to be longer. These type of antennas still exist, but mostly on CDMA phones (Sprint and Verizon). The reason they are there is because they are needed for analogue roaming on these handsets. If you read the detailed specifications on Sprint and Verizon handsets without these extend-able stub antennas you will notice they have no analogue roaming capabilities.

    GSM phones have never had antennas like these as far as I know. There were GSM handsets that also had analogue roaming capabilities at one point and these had extend-able antennas.

    The “internal” antennas are used now because they take less space and cost less to produce. This allows for a smaller and less expensive phone.

    If you are referring to a standalone antenna that can be mounted on top of a car or in an area of good reception and then have a cable stretched to your phone then this is something that every handset can still do. If you look closely at the back of your phone you will likely notice a small rubber grommet. If you pull it out you will see the jack to plug in an external antenna. Some phone have it under the battery door, or occasionally under a sticker, but it is always there.

    This jack allows for RF testing at service centers and I have used it on many handsets myself.

    I hope this answers your question.





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