- Model: AP-CC
- # of Antennas: 2x2 MIMO
- Direction: Omni-directional
- Frequency Range: 698-798 / 824-896 / 1710-1770 / 1850-1995 / 2110-2170 MHz
- Impedance: unknown
- Cable Type & Length: RG-58, 15 feet
- Connector: SMA-Male
- Internal Ground Plane: Yes
- Dimensions: 6.2 x 4.7 x 2 inches
- Weight: 1.46 pounds
- Mounting: Magnetic, adhesive, or bolt mounts available
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Frequency / Gain: 3 dBi
- Retail Price: $130
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