This directional signal antenna upgrade from zBoost provides you with a wireless boost. It provides you with additional coverage by boosting the outside signal strength in the direction it's pointed. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): YX023
All 8' Combination Dual Band Cellular and AM/FM Antennas Feature: * Two antennas in one rod * Powerful brass radiators * Soldered connections * High gloss urethane finish * 316 stainless steel ferrule * 9dB gain (cellular and PCS), Unity gain (AM/FM) 500 GOLD Series: 634-TW | 634-TB * Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base * Connector: Gold factory-attached mini-UHF female with double mini-UHF male adapter for cellular cable, and unattached Motorola type plug for AM/FM cable * Cable: Includes two 20' low-loss, tinned braid, foil shielded, UV stable RG-8X marine cables Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 634-TW
Digital Antennas 288-PW universal 18" dual band cellular antenna is ideal for many applications, including boats, RVs, homes and offices. This omni-directional 9dB gain cellular antenna improves signals on cellular (810-900 MHz) and PCS (1800-1990 MHz) bands, offering excellent performance in a compact design. When communication is critical, our award-winning antennas make the connection. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 288-PW
All 4' AIS Antennas Feature: * Powerful brass radiators * Soldered connections * Power directing ferrite choke bead * High gloss urethane finish * 316 stainless steel ferrule * 4.5dB gain 500 GOLD Series: 578-SW | 578-SB * Mount: Standard 114 threaded base * Connector: Gold factory-attached mini-UHF female with mini-UHF male to UHF male (PL259) adapter * Cable: Includes 25 of our low-loss, tinned braid, foil shielded, UV stable RG-8X marine cable Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 876-SW
Digital Antennas high performance 9dB gain multi-band panel cellular antenna is designed to be mounted indoors or outdoors with the included wall bracket or optional pole mount. Model 426-PW is compatible with all Digital Antenna PowerMax North American amplifiers and repeaters. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 426-PW
Digital Antennas dual band cellular 3dB gain repeater inside antenna offers convenient placement and excellent performance. The unique pivoting swivel base and two counter sunk mounting holes allow the antenna to be attached to a wall or flat surface. The included 6' of our RG174 cable lets you install the antenna in a convenient location. The 135-RD is included with Digital Antennas PowerMax 4KSBR-50U Small Building Repeater System and 4KMR-30U Mobile Repeater System. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 135-RD
800 Series: 883-CW | 883-CB * Mount: Stainless steel double female ferrule for mounting 1"14 threaded base * Connector: Highest quality type N female * Cable: Not included use our PowerMax low loss antenna cable Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 883-CW
Optional upgrade signal antenna for the YX500-CEL which replaces the omni-directional signal antenna with a higher gain directional antenna. This 18 element yagi antenna is used in very weak signal areas to improve received signal and/or provide a larger area of improved indoor coverage. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): YX055
When space and mounting locations are limited, Digital Antennas Trifecta combination antennas work overtime, providing you with multi-purpose performance to meet your communication, navigation or entertainment needs. Choose from a selection of high quality 8 antennas, with VHF, cellular and PCS or AM/FM, cellular and PCS combinations. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 544-SSW
. * Special Order Item - Non Returnable * Soldered connections * Power directing ferrite choke bead * High gloss urethane finish * 316 stainless steel ferrule * Mount: Standard 114 threaded base * RF Termination: 1/420 stainless steel stud * Cable: Not included * Powerful brass radiators Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 546-SSW
The EMPatch-V™ is a very thin and efficient antenna for your Verizon Network Extender Basestation. It comes with one Velcro-adhesive patch and you may purchase additional Velcro patches separately if needed. The cable length is 11.5 feet (Verizon Network Extender Basestation adapter included). Learn More
Model Number (MPN): VERI-NET-EX-BT-EMPV
For maximum cellular signal range, use with a Digital Antenna cell booster (sold separately). Digital Antennas new thru-roof truck antenna also features low loss DA240 cable, which allows better signal transmission than the RG58 cable used by other manufacturers on their truck antennas. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 196-TR
Digital Antenna’s 9dB gain global cellular antenna is designed and manufactured for all cellular systems, including third generation (3G) and WCDMA technology. Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 295-PW
All 4' Multi-Band Cellular Antennas Feature: * Powerful brass radiators * Soldered connections * Power directing ferrite choke bead * High gloss urethane finish * 316 stainless steel ferrule * 9dB gain 800 Series: 865-CW | 865-CB * Mount: Stainless steel double female ferrule for mounting 1"14 threaded base * Connector: Highest quality type N female * Cable: Not included use our PowerMax low loss antenna cable Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 865-CW
Features: * Pre-installed RUPP collar * Powerful brass radiators * Soldered connections * Centering foam insulator * High gloss urethane finish * 316 stainless steel ferrule 500 Series: 544-SSW-R | 544-SSB-R * Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base (RUPP support arm required) * RF Termination: 1/420 stainless steel stud * Cable: Not included Learn More
Model Number (MPN): 544-SSW-R
The direction or radiation pattern of an antenna dictates the area of coverage. Direction is measured in degrees called beamwidths. The beamwidth with reveal if the antenna transmits in a 45-degree angle or a 360-degree radius. Depending on the type of antennas, the antenna will have either a horizontal beamwidth or vertical beamwidth.
The physical structure of the antenna will indicate the type of beamwidth. A directional antenna uses a vertical beamwidth because the physical structure of the antenna causes the radiation pattern to be focused and cone-shaped. Conversely, an omnidirectional antenna has a horizontal beamwidth because the shape of the antenna forces the energy to disperse the signal in all directions.
A directional-based antenna is an antenna that radiates a signal in one direction, typically in a 45-degree radius. Since the antenna is focused in one direction, the user experiences increased transmitting and receiving performance with reduced interference. Yagi and wideband antennas are example of a directional-based antenna.
Whether you are using a directional external antenna or a directional internal antenna, the antenna must face the direction of the signal. This means that a directional external antenna such as a wideband antenna must be placed in the direction the network signal originates from in order to receive and transmit the strongest signal. Similarly, an internal directional-based antenna must face the area you want for a greater signal to be provided to that area. For example, if you want to provide a stronger signal to a long or narrow area, a Yagi or wideband antenna is recommended.
An omnidirectional antenna receives a signal and transmits an enhanced signal in all directions, most commonly in a doughnut-shaped pattern. Omni-directional antennas are useful for improving coverage over a large area. The strength of the signal is not as powerful as the signal created by a directional antenna because the signal is dispersed in more directions over a larger surface area.
An external omnidirectional antenna does not need to face the direction of the incoming signal. An external omnidirectional antenna can be placed anywhere outside of the structure and will still receive and transmit a signal. Similarly, a internal directional antenna will be able to disperse a signal in every direction, granting the entire area powerful service. If you do not know where your incoming signal originates from or if you need to provide service to a circular area, an omnidirectional antenna is necessary for receiving the most out of your network.
Gain is an electrical measurement of power. When an antenna transmits a signal, gain describes how well the antenna converts the signal it receives into radio waves. A higher gain dictates the power of the antennas’ transmission range. The gain derived from an antenna adds to a radio frequency signal (RF signal), providing a user with a significantly improved signal.
Gain is measured in dBs. The power that is transited increases in multiples of 3 for every dB. The more gain an antenna gives off, the wider range of coverage that the antenna transmits. It is important to note the gain of antenna because more powerful antennas will be able to communicate with cell towers that are further away from your location.