Last updated January, 2021

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Mobile Mark offers device, vehicle and infrastructure antennas for 30 MHz – 6 GHz, including the 5G-ready sub-6GHz bands. Most of our antennas are designed and Made-in-the-USA with an additional factory in the UK.

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SMW Series Dome Antenna This original 3-cable and 4-cable combination antenna lead the industry with flexible combinations in a single housing. WiFi, GNSS, 5G, Mag-mount base is available for temporary mounting for this series. 4.2″ D x 3.2″ H (107 mm x 81 mm).
LTM Series Dome Antenna we currently offer both the 9-cable LTMG-944 Series. 4G/5G, LTE, 2xLTE, 2xWiFi, GNSS Surface mount or mag-mount Measuring 5.5″ (140 mm) in diameter with a low profile of 2.38″ (60.4 mm)
LTB Series Dome Antenna The LTB antennas are typically configured with three cables: two for Cellular/LTE and one for GPS or GNSS. 2X 4G LTE, GNSS Stud-mount 1.65″ (4.6 cm) wide
LLP Series Low Profile Antenna The antenna has been used for strictly 2-cable, 2xLTE applications. 2x Global 5G LTE, 4x WiFi, 2x GNSS A mag-mount as well as a stud-mount. 1.25″ (3.2 cm) tall
CVW & LMW Series Covert Antenna Avilable with 2 or 4 cables: two LTE Cellular, one WiFi, one GNSS 2X LTE, WIFI, GNSS Surface mount or mag-mount The CVW Antennas measures only 5 1/2″ (140 mm) long by just over 1 1/2″ (40 mm) wide.

The LMW measure 3.5” D x 1.5”H (8.9 cm x 3.8 cm).

Antenna Connectors

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What is the difference between SMA and Reverse Polarity SMA?

The male RP-SMA connector has the same external housing as a standard male SMA connector except the center male pin is replaced by a receptacle. The female RP-SMA connector has the same housing as a standard female SMA connector however the pin found on a male SMA connector is on the female RP-SMA connector. Reverse polarity SMA is designed to prevent the unauthorized connection of an external antenna to increase the range.

Antenna Connection Options

SMA Male & SMA Female TNC Male & TNC Female N-Type

Common Connection Types  SMA  TNC  N type
SMA and TNC available in male, female, and reverse polarity
Other Connection Types Available BNC, SMB, Mini UHF, MCX, MMCX, PL259, FAKRA C - Female, FAKRA D - Female

Antenna Glossary

Below are some antenna terms you need to know while shopping:

Fleet Solutions

The processes that fleet managers utilize to manage all fleet and asset information, from acquisition through to disposal. This enables companies to reduce costs, improve efficiency and ensure compliance across an entire fleet operation.

GNSS

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) refers to a constellation of satellites providing signals from space that transmit positioning and timing data to GNSS receivers. The receivers then use this data to determine location.

By definition, GNSS provides global coverage. Examples of GNSS include Europe’s Galileo, the USA’s NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS), Russia’s Global'naya Navigatsionnaya Sputnikovaya Sistema (GLONASS) and China’s BeiDou Navigation Satellite System.

High Power LTE

High Power User Equipment (HPUE) is a special class of user equipment for the LTE cellular network.

M2M solutions

Machine-to-machine or M2M refers to technologies making communication between industrial machinery, sensors, assets and us humans possible.

Communications are made possible using an intelligent device embedded within a machine which can capture data and transmit it wirelessly (or wired). This data can then be used in many ways, for instance to monitor performance, track and alert issues and improve output.

IP67 Antenna

IP67 means the unit can be dropped into a body of water up to a meter deep for half an hour, while IP68 guarantees protection in water up to 1.5m deep for the same period of time. Both are resistant to dus

MIMO

Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) is a wireless technology that uses multiple transmitters and receivers to transfer more data at the same time. All wireless products with 802.11n support MIMO. The technology helps allow 802.11n to reach higher speeds than products without 802.11n.

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