Omni Building Antenna (50 Ohm) | 311203

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Product Description

18 in. 4G cellular antenna, 50 Ohm, designed for pole or wall mount with 12 " of low-loss foam RG58 and N-Female connector. Includes mounting hardware.
Warning

Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Specs

Model Number:311203
Frequency700-800 MHz3.2 dBi
824-894 MHz4.1 dBi
880-960 MHz2.7 dBi
1710-1880 MHz0.6 dBi
1850-1990 MHz5.1 dBi
2110-2170 MHz-7.5 dBi
Impedance50 Ohms
Maximum Power25 watts
Antenna TypeOmni-Directional
PolarizationVertical
ConnectorsN-Female
Dimensions18 inches
VSWR1.8:1
Beamwidth Horizontal Plane360°
Beamwidth Vertical Plane60°
Ground PlaneBuilt-in Ground Plane
Price$ 89.99

Review Snapshot

5
(2)

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5

The Best Antenna

We use this antenna on M2M installations where we need to get the antenna away from our equipment for better signal. It works like a charm everytime taking us from poor signal to great signal. Thank you for the great antenna Wilson Electronics / weboost!

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 3 years ago

By James B.

From Portland, OR

5

Best thing since peanut butter

I bought this about six months ago to replace my 3G amp and every since I installed it we have never had less than 4G and 3 bars on our phones and we live in the woods and are about 20 air miles from the closest tower.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 3 years ago

By Seaweed

From Thompson Falls, MTgart49

Verified Buyer

Q&A

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Asked by Sharon a month ago

Question: What is the delivery time for 2 each 311202 antennas?

Answer: Hi there! It depends on where you live and what shipping time you purchase at check out. If ground, it can take between 3-5 business days. If you need anything else, please let us know by calling our customer support at 866-294-1660 or email us at [email protected] Thank you!

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Asked by Rdcsdal 4 years ago

Question: Is this antenna compatible with the new Eqo Boost system. 

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us! At this time, this omni antenna is not FCC approved for use with the Eqo. The only approved outside antenna is the 301126.

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Asked by discogod 4 years ago

Question: Is this compatible with the WeBoost 3G Flex model # 460013? Thanks!

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us. We have many options for different antennas. Our trucker antennas would be a good fit for this particular booster. We cannot recommend this antenna be used due to FCC regulations. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by Weaver 4 years ago

Question: I have the weboost Home 4G SKU# 470101. Which outdoor mount antenna works best with that? 

Answer: Thank you for your question. The supplied antenna with the Home 4G is the antenna we recommend for best results. However, there are additional antenna options you can find on page 12 here: https://www.weboost.com/us/installguide/home4G/home4G_ig.pdf For specific antenna questions, you can reach us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by Hms racing 4 years ago

Question: I also am confused about the different antenna. .i have a 36ft rv and want the 4gx but not sure which external and internal antenna to use. ..i want strongest data signal and farthest reach to tower as well as largest reach for inside for all our device.

Answer: The 311203 would not be recommended for the Drive 4G-X, if you are concerned with data. The omni antenna does not have optimal gain on the 4G/LTE bands. The best antenna at this time for data would be the 301126 - 4'' mini magnetic antenna that the kit comes with. If you would like to upgrade the indoor antenna, you could use the 955812 length of cable, with the 311135 panel antenna. The 955812 can be found through many of our online re-sellers. The amount of inside coverage will always depend on the outside starting signal. There are other optional antenna choices located in our manual on Page 8: https://www.weboost.com/us/installguide/drive4G-X/Drive4G-X_EnglishFrench_Rev02_061915.pdf For further assistance, you are welcome to submit a support ticket here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by Manu 4 years ago

Question: About UtahPete's question below, can you give more infos for non-technical people? Seeing all those values doesn't really help me know which one is best for voice, data, or both. And do all 3 work with drive 3g-Flex? Any others? Thanks!

Answer: All of these antennas (311203, 301126, 311125) would work with the Drive 3G-Flex. However, it is recommended to stay with the 4'' antenna (the antenna that comes with the kit) if data is a concern. If voice is more of a concern, I would recommend using the 12'' antenna. The omni antenna would only be recommended in a stationary situation, but would require a longer length of coax, which in lower signal areas is not ideal due to line loss.

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Asked by Manu 4 years ago

Question: Is this the same antenna as the Wilson 301202 from this page?: https://www.wilsonamplifiers.com/omni-directional-antenna-wide-band-50ohm-n-connector-301202/ Thanks!

Answer: Thank you for your question! The 301202 has an FME -Female connector, while the 311203 has an N-Female Connector. The antennas performance, however, remains the same.

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Asked by UtahPete 4 years ago

Question: How does this antenna compare to the small (4" and 12") ones in term of antenna gain?  I'm wondering if it will do a better job of pulling in weak signals when I'm camping in my RV in remote areas?  Is it worth the extra cost and cumbersome size?

Answer: It will depend on if you are looking for voice or data as to which antenna will work the best for you. The following are the specs for all three antennas: Omni Building Antenna 700-800 MHz 3.2 dBi 824-894 MHz 5.12 dBi 880-960 MHz 2.7 dBi 1710-1880 MHz 0.6 dBi 1850-1990 MHz 6.12 dBi 2110-2170 MHz -7.5 dBi 4" Magnet Mount Antenna 700-800 MHz 1.7 dBi 824-894 MHz 2.12 dBi 880-960 MHz 1.5 dBi 1710-1880 MHz 3.12 dBi 1850-1990 MHz 3.12 dBi 2110-2170 MHz 1.4 dBi 12" Magnet Mount Antenna 700-800 MHz 1.9 dBi 824-894 MHz 5.12 dBi 880-960 MHz 3.1 dBi 1710-1880 MHz -4.0 dBi 1850-1990 MHz 6.12 dBi 2110-2170 MHz 2.3 dBi

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Asked by Manu 4 years ago

Question: Is this antenna compatible with the weboost drive 3g-flex? My goal is to set a permanent antenna on the rooftop of a cabin or permanent (non-moving) RV, so I can connect to it when I go there for the weekend instead of using the small default one...

Answer: You can use the omni antenna with the Flex 3G. Keep in mind that the Flex is only designed to transmit the signal over a small area (within 3 feet).

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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