Wilson Yagi Antenna (700-900 MHz) | 301111

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Works on every network, on any carrier.

Product Description

32.5 in. Yagi cellular antenna, 50 Ohm directional, designed for pole or wall mount, N-Female connector, includes mounting hardware.

Warning

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Specs

Model Number:301111
Frequency700-800 MHz10.0 dB
824-894 MHz10.8 dB
880-960 MHz8.8 dB
1710-1880 MHz-16.4 dB
1850-1990 MHz-14.9 dB
2110-2170 MHz-13.8 dB
Maximum Power50 watts
Antenna TypeDirectional
PolarizationVertical
ConnectorsN-Female
BracketsMax OD 2 inches
Mount TypeMounts on pipe with 0.5 in to 1.5 in diameter
Dimensions32.5 inches / 82.6 cm
Weight2.9 oz / 0.081 kg (With Mount)
Wind Surface AreaM100 cm2
Price$ 79.99

Review Snapshot

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    Q&A

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    Asked by Trevor 3 months ago

    Question: How hard is it to align with the tower? Just guess or is there software I can use??

    Answer: Great question. I would look at cellreception.com or cellmapper.net which can give you a better idea of what to look for in your area. Cell phone apps may help but they aren't always reliable or accurate to use. If you have any other questions regarding this, please contact customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] for more clarification. Thank you!

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    Asked by Liam a year ago

    Question: What is the range of this antenna, and how well would it work in a shallow valley

    Answer: Typically this antenna can go up to 20 miles within line of sight but that's really pushing it. It's effectiveness is really on how much signal is in the area and lining up the antenna as best as you can to your carrier's tower.

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    Asked by JasonV 4 years ago

    Question: The specs seems to have a "hole" in the 800-824MHz range. Is that just a spot the antenna doesn't read; is it an FCC reserved frequency; something else?

    Answer: Thank you for your question. The antenna will still cover that portion of frequency. We have not tested the antenna in the 800-824 MHz range. We show the gains of the antenna in the frequencies most used by major cellular carriers. If you have any other questions feel free to reach us at 866-294-1660.

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    Asked by lucas 4 years ago

    Question: I have a Wilson Sleek 800/1900 Mhz Smart Technology II signal booster and I'm looking for an upgrade antenna for it. I'd like a Yagi if possible but I'll buy anything that gives me better signal. Thanks

    Answer: You are welcome to use this antenna with the Sleek. However, due to FCC regulation, it would require at least a minimum of 50 feet of RG58 cable. For further detail and explanation, we recommend submitting a ticket to our online help center: https://www.weboost.com/us/support-center/

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    Asked by Colarguns 4 years ago

    Question: I live in the mountains and find it hard to receive a cell signal. Will this antenna help with (voice and data)? If so, please let me know what you sell that will accommodate this objective. Thanks.

    Answer: This antenna can be used in mountainous regions to help boost signal by connecting to approved boosters, routers, or cellular devices. This antenna will help on the 700 band, but will not on the 1700/2100, if your carrier decides to use this band. For a more accurate recommendation for boosting signal in a mountainous area, we recommend reaching out to us at 866-294-1660, or [email protected] We like to obtain readings from the outside area when we can in decibels, which we are happy to walk you through. These readings will help tell us which booster will work best for you, and if our boosters are a good fit for your application. The boosted coverage largely depends on the outside starting signal.

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    Asked by jed123 4 years ago

    Question: i have no window in building will it work

    Answer: This yagi antenna is best to be placed outside, which would require some way to route the coax in. We will need more clarification on what type of setup you are intending for this antenna. I would recommend contacting customer support at 866-294-1660.

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    Asked by steve 4 years ago

    Question: I have a 5 year old 301111 yagi.  Is this the same one as being currently produced now?  As I bought it for 800 Megs and now LTE is 700-800 Megs.  Will this work for me still on 700 Megs with some effectiveness?

    Answer: Yes, the 301111 is still being produced currently. It has 10.0 DB gain on the 700 MHz range, and 10.8 DB on the 800 MHz range. It could work, as long as it is an approved antenna for the booster that you are using, and as long as you are not looking to boost the 1700/1900/2100 ranges.

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    Asked by Stan 4 years ago

    Question: Have a 100 ft tower, what else do I need to boost the cell signal besides the antenna that you are selling?

    Answer: This antenna would need to be paired with a booster, or cellular device to see increase in coverage. Due to FCC regulation, this antenna cannot legally be paired with most of our newer boost systems. This antenna is meant to pair more with cellular devices to add additional gain. We recommend reaching out to the customer support team in receiving a recommendation for a booster system that will best fit your needs.

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    Asked by Kerry 4 years ago

    Question: Can you send me detailed specs on this antenna including the gain vs. frequency plot and antenna pattern plot as well. Interested in 700 MHz - 1.0 GHz (continuous). Also is this unit available with either SMA or BNC connectors?

    Answer: The following is the information on the frequency gains: 700-800 10.0 DB 824-894 10.8 DB 880-960 8.8 DB 1710-1850 -16.4 DB 1850-1990 -14.9 DB 2110-2170 -13.8 DB Unfortunately I do not have a picture of the plot pattern. Please contact us by phone, email, or chat for more in depth information and to discuss the pattern plot. We can be reached at [email protected] or 866-294-1660.

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    BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.

    Warning.

    E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards