- These antennas only cover the GSM and 3G / UMTS network frequencies - we recommend viewing our 4G antenna section to find a wideband / fullband 4G antenna because these will work with GSM and 3G / UMTS frequencies as well as the new 4G frequencies.
We have included a selection of our most popular wideband / fullband 4G antennas in this section which you will also see duplicated in the 4G antenna section.
View our range of 4G Antennas for use with our range of 4G Routers. These 4G LTE Antennas will help improve signal reception when locating your 4G LTE Router in a position with a poor 4G signal. Many of these 4G Antennas will also work with existing 3G freqencies making them multi purpose 3G and 4G Antennas.
View our range of 5G Antennas for use with 5G routers and 5G mobile broadband 5G data SIM cards.
These 5G antennas cover the UK 5G mobile network frequencies
For example in the UK the rollout of 5G this year (2019) on the EE mobile network will be on
3500 MHz will be rolled out summer 2020
These 5G antennas will work on all of these 5G mobile phone network frequencies as well as being backwards compatible with 4G mobile.
WE DO NOT SELL ANY 3G OR 4G SIGNAL BOOSTERS OR REPEATERS
Nor will our antennas provide a boosted signal or offer any type of signal repeating function.
If you need a 3G or 4G Signal Booster or Repeater then we suggest that you try a more refined search term.
We provide antennas for use with 3G and 4G routers that might be used to provide a more convenient installation eg. cabinet mounted, or for use with routers that are not supplied with antennas or might only be supplied with a stick type when a mag mount is required or when an external outdoor 3G/4G antenna is required to be positioned in a location with a good signal and deliver this signal to the device along the attached cable.
many 4G routers will have a Main and Aux antenna connection to provide a MiMo 4G antenna solution. In many cases if you need to install an external 4G antenna then a single antenna connected to the MAIN antenna port of the router will suffice. If you want to optimise your 4G signal and utilise both the MAIN and AUX antenna connections then you could use an outdoor 4G MIMO Antenna which will have two cables to enable it to connect to both the MAIN and AUX antenna connectors. These MiMo antennas will usually be cross polarized to ensure that they recieve the dual beam radio signals for high speed 4G mobile broadband and deliver the optimised signal to the router.
When using a 4G router that provides GPS capability then you may need to order a GPS antenna.