Parsec Technologies is a Texas-based company that specializes in high-end antennas for a variety of applications. Their product line primarily consists of combination antennas that support cellular (LTE and sub 6 GHz 5G), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS in a variety of form factors.
The antennas are named after dog breeds and come in a variety of customizable combinations from 2-in-1 up to 11-in-1. Depending on the specific antenna, the following options are available:
- 1x LTE or 2x2 or 4x4 MIMO LTE ((600MHz - 6GHz including CBRS & LTE-LAA)
- 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, or 4x4+2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi
The following models are available:
- Husky - 4-in-1 up to 11-in-1 (**TOP PICK**) (See full review in our Gear Center)
- Belgian Shepherd - 4-in-1 up to 9-in-1
- K9 - 4-in-1 up to 9-in-1
- Doberman - 2-in-1 up to 6-in-1
- Collie - 2-in-1 up to 5-in-1
- Rottweiler - 2-in-1 up to 6-in-1
- Chihuahua - 1-in-1 up to 6-in-1
- Border Collie - 2-in-1 up to 5-in-1
- German Shepherd - 2-in-1 up to 5-in-1
- Australian Shepherd - 4-in-1 up to 9-in-1
The Husky is the antenna of most interest for RV use, and therefore we have given it its own Gear Center entry.
The antennas can also be ordered with either 1 or 15-foot cable lengths and most models are available in either black or white housing. Connectors are either SMA-Male or N.
Here is a comparison chart for Parsec's 5G line of antennas (click for a full-size image):
- Model: Varies
- # of Antennas: Varies
- Direction: Omni-Directional
- Frequency Range: 600MHz - 6 GHz
- Impedance: 50ohm
- Cable Type & Length: 1 or 15-foot cable lengths. Most use LMR100 or LMR200 cables.
- Connector: Varies, SMA-Male and N connectors most common
- Internal Ground Plane: Yes
- Dimensions: Varies
- Weight: Varies
- Mounting: Roof mount or pole mount with adapter
- Outdoor Rated: Yes, IP67
- Frequency / Gain: Varies by model and frequency
- Retail Price: $104-$570 depending on the antenna and optional configuration.
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MobileMustHave sent us the Parsec Husky 7-in-1 (4x4 cellular, 2x2 WiFi, 1 GPS) with a mag mount base for a quick evaluation.
Members have access to in-depth impressions and testing here:
- (Completed) Testing Forum: Parsec Husky 7-in-1 (All in One Antenna)
- Ongoing Testing Forum: Andy's Antenna Lab
Members also have further information in the member section below.
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