Laird 4G/3G Multiband Phantom® Antenna

If you have an existing antenna and you want to add FirstNet MegaRange*:

For Vehicles/Outdoor:  If you have an existing antenna on your vehicle and only need to add a Band 14 antenna to our AW12, we have qualified the Laird TRA6927M3NB-001 for this purpose (ground plane required).

For Office/Indoor:  If you have the antenna at your location for LTE with 2 LTE leads and only need to add a Band 14 antenna to AW12, we have qualified the Laird TRA6927M3NBN-001  for this purpose (no ground plane required).

* Please note that the existing antenna should have 2 LTE leads and should be FirstNet Ready compatible antenna or, if not, then the antenna should reference 700MHz frequency band

The Laird Phantom antenna operates simultaneously in the 698-960 MHz and 1700-2700 MHz bands, making it ideal for 4G/3G applications. The mechanically robust design is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications with wide bandwidth and a low angle radiation pattern that is superior to traditional gain antennas in most applications. The antenna is ideal for both ceiling and surface mount applications.

Airgain CENTURION™ AW12 High-Performance External IP67 Antenna

The CENTURION AW12 from Airgain is designed for mating with our AW12 modem. It is a full outdoor vehicle antenna designed specifically to provide high-performance connectivity for public safety and fleet vehicles, and assets. This antenna is configurable and offers three high gain cellular/LTE/MIMO antennas, which include support for the LTE Band 14 first responder network, optionally two or three high gain Wi-Fi antennas, and optionally one GNSS antenna inside a single robust and compact housing. This antenna, with its three wideband cellular/LTE elements, has been designed to support the AW12 LTE HPUE modem.

Parsec Belgian Shepherd (HPUE) External Antenna

Parsec’s Belgian Shepherd HPUE edition is a compact four-in-one MIMO LTE, Band 14, and GNSS external waterproof antenna. The High-Power User Equipment (HPUE) capable Belgian Shepherd provides the greatest connections in areas where typical data connectivity is unreliable, such as rural areas, or urban coverage holes.