weBoost's NMO antenna is an outdoor omnidirectional antenna designed to attach to a vehicle with an NMO mount.
An "NMO" (an acronym for "New Motorola") antenna is designed to work with a standard antenna mount common on fleet vehicles. NMO mounts come with a standard threaded connector that can accept any NMO antenna. The mount also provides the antenna cable, which makes swapping for another NMO antenna easy in the future.
Note that the antenna, when sold separately, does NOT include an NMO mount, only the antenna. weBoost, however, does sell NMO mounts that are compatible and certified for use with their boosters.
- Model: 314405
- # of Antennas: Single
- Direction: Omni-directional
- Frequency Range: 698 – 960 & 1710 -2700 MHz
- Impedance: 50 ohms
- Cable Type & Length: N/A - directly connects to NMO mount.
- Connector: NMO
- Internal Ground Plane: Yes
- Dimensions: 3.3" high, 1.4" diameter
- Weight: unknown
- Mounting: NMO mount
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Frequency / Gain:
700-800 MHz - 3.2 dB
824-894 MHz - 3.1 dB
880-960 MHz - 3.1 dB
1710-1880 MHz - 1.9 dB
1850-1990 MHz - 1.9 dB
2110-2170 MHz - 0.9 dB
- Retail Price: $49.99
Booster manufacturers may state their products are "5G ready." Which is a bit misleading. 5G is being deployed on a myriad of low, mid and high frequency bands. Current boosters only cover a handful of frequency bands in the low range spectrum (12, 13, 5, 4, 2 and sometimes 25). Where 5G is being deployed on those bands, they will work. But they will not work on the newer bands, thus only offering relatively limited 5G support.
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News, Videos, & Status
We do not currently have this antenna for testing.
- Product Release: weBoost Drive Reach RV & OTR Kits Finally Are Here! Posted on: November 11, 2020
- 5G Industry Update: Verizon's 5G Laptop, AT&T Unleashes DSS, T-Mobile Serves Cake, And More! Posted on: June 29, 2020
- weBoost Introduces New Drive Magnetic Exterior Antenna Posted on: June 17, 2020
- weBoost X RV Outside Antenna Available Separately - 4G OTR Antenna for RVs Posted on: April 28, 2020
- Industry Analysis: New Cellular Boosters Launched In 2019 Posted on: December 17, 2019
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Can be purchased as part of a kit, or as a standalone (antenna only with no mount).