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My antenna does not work ... What do I do ?
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Antenna for ..
- Sierra Wireless
- D-Link Modem Routers
- Option Wireless
- Apple iPhone
- Telstra (ZTE)
- Phones without antenna socket
- Telstra Cel-Fi PRO 3G/4G Repeater
- Telstra NextG® Repeater (Smart Antenna)
- Optus 3G Repeater
- Vodafone 3G Repeater
- 3G nextG ◦ 850MHz
- 3G GSM ◦ 900MHz
- RFID/Bridge ◦ 900MHz
- 3G nextG ◦ 850/900MHz
- 3G nextG ◦ 2100MHz
- 3G GSM ◦ 900/2100MHz
- 3G nextG ◦ 850/2100MHz
- 4G 4GX ◦ 700MHz
- 4G+ ◦ 850MHz
- 4G ◦ 1800MHz
- Dual Antenna Kits ◦ 4G LTE 1800MHz ◦ 4G+ 850MHz ◦ 4GX 700MHz
- All band ◦ 3G nextG 4G 4GX
- Directional ◦ Yagi LPDA
- Magnetic Base
- Passive Radiator
- Vehicle Antennas
- Wireless 3G/4G USB routers
- WAN Router with Wifi Access Point
- 3G Modem/Router Wifi Access Point
- 3G Ourdoor WiFi Gateway
- Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Our customers say ..
"I bought one of these as a hopeful experiment to try and get internet on a friend’s bush block. The area was designated “Satellite Only” on Telstra’s website, so I wasn’t that hopeful. I mounted it on a crowbar hammered into a tree stump and connected it to a Telstra Mobile Elite Mobile Wi-Fi ( the one with the external antenna socket) The signal went from zero to 2 bars once we located a..."
– Fraser Kane, 01/05/2011