Designed for low-profile mounting on the top of vehicles like police cruisers and ambulances, the MobileMark LTM series of antennas packs a lot of reception capability under a plastic dome. This style of antenna is a dome antenna with the cables routed through the base of the antenna. More information on installing these antennas can be found in the Antenna Installation - Low Profile Roof Mounts.
The LTM series comes in almost two dozen variants, and custom configurations can be ordered direct from MobileMark and other vendors.
Here is an overview of the more interesting options for mobile users. Not that the model numbers all include "LTM." Other letters are added to this to denote additional features such as magnetic mount ("M") and GNSS/GPS ("G"):
- 301 Series: 2xMIMO LTE, GPS (302 Series includes global LTE frequencies)
- 401 Series: 2xMIMO LTE, 1x Wi-Fi, GPS (402 Series includes global LTE frequencies)
- 501 Series: 2xMIMO LTE, 2x Wi-Fi, GPS (502 Series includes global LTE frequencies
- 940 Series: 4xMIMO LTE, GPS
- 942 Series: 4xMIMO LTE, 2x Wi-Fi, GPS
- 944 Series: 4xMIMO LTE, 4x Wi-Fi, GPS
Sub-6GHz 5G Models: **TOP PICK**
- 308 Series: 2xMIMO Sub-6GHz 5G, GPS
- 408 Series: 2xMIMO Sub-6GHz 5G, 1x Wi-Fi, GPS
- 508 Series: 2xMIMO Sub-6GHz 5G, 2x Wi-Fi, GPS
- LTMWG9 Series: 4xMIMO Sub-6GHz 5G Plus:
- LTMWG944: 4xWiFi, 1xGPS
- LTMWG943: 3xWiFi, 1xGPS
- LTMWG942: 2xWiFi, 1xGPS
- LTMWG941: 1xWiFi, 1xGPS
- LTMWG940: 1xGPS
- Models: LTM, LTMG, LTMWG
- Direction: Omni-directional
- Impedance: 50 ohms
- Configuration Options:
- Cellular Antennas: 2x2 MIMO or 4x4 MIMO, LTE or 5G
- Wi-Fi Antennas: 1-4
- GPS Antennas: GPS or GPS & GNSS
- Color: White or Black
- Mounting: Surface (LTM/LTMG), Magnet (MLTM/MLTMG) options available. Pole Mount bracket also available.
- Cable Type & Length: Varies by model and configuration
- Connectors: SMA/Male (cellular and GPS) and RP-SMA/Male (Wi-Fi)
- Frequency / Gain: Varies
- Internal Ground Plane: Yes, but an additional external ground plane is recommended.
- Dimensions: 5.50” Dia. x 2.38” High
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Retail Price: $185.99 - $603.00
News, Videos, & Status
- 5GStore sent us the LTM401 for review in mid-2015. Our hands-on member review can be found in the member area below.
- MobileMustHave sent us the LMTG944 9-in-1 in January 2020 for review and to compare to the Poynting 7-in-1. These were primarily tested for pairing with the Pepwave MAX Transit Duo, in a dual 2x2 MIMO configuration. Our testing notes are in the member section below and team member Andy Hull is doing additional testing with this antenna.
- MobileMustHave sent us the MobileMark LTMWG942 that includes sub-6GHz 5G support in the Fall of 2020. The antenna is undergoing testing with team member Andy Hull.
You can find full field testing results in these member-exclusive field lab reports. A summary and analysis of testing data is in the member section below.
- Andy's Test Lab (Spring 2021)
- 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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