The LTM & LTMG line comes in several variants, and custom configurations are possible direct with MobileMark and other vendors.
- Models: LTM, LMTG, MLMT & MLTMG
- Direction: Omni-directional
- Impedance: 50 ohms
- Configuration Options:
- Cellular Antennas: 2x2 MIMO or 4x4 MIMO, LTE or 5G
- Wi-Fi Antennas: Single, dual or triple
- GPS Antennas: Single or none
- Color: White or Black
- Mounting: Surface (LTM/LTMG) or Magnet (MLTM/MLTMG) options available
- Cable Type & Length: RF-195, Length in variations of 1 - 20'
- Connectors: SMA/Male (cellular and GPS) and RP-SMA/Male (Wi-Fi)
- Frequency / Gain:
- LTM models:
- LTE: 694- 960 MHz: 3dBi, 1710 - 2170 MHz: 4dBi
- W-iFi: 2.4-2.5 & 4.9-6.0 GHz, 5 dBi
- GPS: 1575.42 +/- 2 MHz, 26 dB, 5 dBi
- LTMG models:
- LTE: 694-960 MHZ: 2dBi, 1710-3700 MHz, 5 dBi
- Wi-Fi: 2.4-2.5 & 5-6 GHz, 5 dBi
- GPS: 1575 MHz, 26 dB, 5 dBi
- LTMG Sub-6 5G models:
- LTE: 617-960 MHz: 3 dBi, 1710-6000 MHz, 4 dBi
- Wi-Fi: 2.4-2.5 & 4.9-6.0 GHz, 5 dBi
- GPS: 1561, 1575, & 1602 MHz, LNA 26 dB, 5 dBi
- LTM models:
- Internal Ground Plane: Yes, but additional external ground plane recommended.
- Dimensions: 5.50” Dia. x 2.38” High
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Retail Price: $185.99 - $549.00
Official Spec Sheets:
- 2x2 Cellular MIMO
- 4x4 Cellular MIMO
News, Videos, & Status
- 5GStore sent us the LTM401 for review, and we have had it in our testing arsenal since mid-2015. Our hands-on member review can be found below.
- MobileMustHave sent us the LMTG944 9-in-1 with 4x4 cellular MIMO for review and comparison to the Poynting 7-in-1, primarily for pairing with the Pepwave MAX Transit Duo, in January 2020.
- MobileMustHave sent us the MobileMark 7-in-1 LTMWG942 with sub-6 5G support in fall 2020 to begin testing with.
You can find specific field testing results in these member-exclusive field lab reports:
- Cellular Mobile Hotspot Signal Enhancing - MIMO: Netgear, Proxicast, MobileMark, Double Stubby vs weBoost Reach (Summer 2020)
- Testing Notes Forum - Lots of detail and conversation summarized here.
- Pepwave MAX Transit Duo vs WiFiRanger Converge, Winegard ConnecT 2.0 - MIMO Antennas (Fall/Winter 2019/2020)
- Cellular Signal & Embedded Router Field Testing – IBR900 | MAX-BR1 | Drive Sleek | MIMO Antennas (1st Quarter 2018)
- Cellular Signal Enhancing Field Testing Results (2nd Quarter 2017)
- Cellular Signal Enhancing Field Testing Results (1st Quarter 2017)
- Cellular Signal Enhancing Field Testing Results (Late 2016)
- Cellular Antenna Field Testing Results (Spring 2016)
- Mobile 4G Cellular Booster Field Testing Results (Fall 2015)
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This series of antennas are available in many configurations of color, mount style, antenna combinations, cable length, and connectors. Pre-configured versions are frequently found for immediate shipping, or custom orders can be placed to exactly meet your needs.
Shop carefully and know exactly what you are looking for - the model numbers can be confusing and different vendors stock different configurations.
MobileMustHave (MIA Members get a discount):
- MobileMark 5-in-1 LTMG940 (4xLTE, 1xGPS)
- Mobile Mark 5-in-1 LTMG508 (2x5G, 2xWiFi, 1xGPS)
- MobileMark 7-in-1 LTMG942 (4xLTE, 2WiFi, 1xGPS)
- MobileMark 7-in-1 LTMG942 (4xLTE, 2WiFi, 1xGPS) - custom cable orders
- MobileMark 7-in-1 LTMWG942 (4xLTE/5G, 2WiFi, 1xGPS)
- MobileMark 9-in-1 LTMG944 9-in-1 (4xLTE ,4xWiFI, 1xGPS)
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