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How to assemble and fit the Dual Yagi Antenna Kits

 

Required Tools
A small amount of assembly is required, y
ou'll a Philips Head Screw Driver and
an 8mm (10mm for larger Yagis) Spanner.

Recommended Coax
We recommend the use of LMR-400 Coax cable for runs greater than 10m when connecting to Telstra NextG DC-HSPA services.
When connecting to 4G LTE 1800MHz, LM-400 coax should always be used.

Antenna Spacing
The antennas do not interfere with each other as long as they don't physically touch. However its good practice to mount them at least one antenna width apart and can even be mounted on separate poles.
 

Which Antenna to which Modem Socket #
It does not matter which antenna connects to the Main and which connects to the Aux antenna socket on your modem.

     
Remove the u-Bolts and plastic binding

1. Remove the u-Bolts and plastic binding.

2. Unscrew the Mounting plate from the
Yagi antenna's Boom

 3. The boom has 2 sets of holes allowing
vertical and horizontal polarization.
     
4. Fit the "Slant Pol" Bracket to the Mounting Plate
using the short screws supplied.
 5. Fit the boom to the slant-pol bracket.
 
 6. Ensure that the boom is parallel with the edge
of the bracket then tighten the screws.
 
     
 7. The antennas are now ready to be mounted.
This would be the -45º antenna.
8. Second antenna is mounted using the
alternate screw holes.

This would be the +45º antenna.

9. Install the antennas to a secure mast or pole
using the provided u-bolts. 

Aim both antenna at the same tower.

 
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