The ot says what has to be done
Product is good, but there are a lot more ways to spend. From Englewood in Florida, I added four extra nautical miles to my offshore trips.
| May 10, 2021
A description of the connector
There is a coaxial cable that connects the SMA connector to the Type N Female connector. Typical amplifiers have an N connector that hooks up to the antenna, and a SME connector that is very small. In general, the antenna is about the size of a matchstick, so it will be ideal for.
| May 02, 2021
It seems to work well
Currently, I have it on my RV, mounted with a fold down mount for boats. Traveling with it is great because I can fold it up.
| Sep 27, 2020
It's a great value for the A few days ago I installed it in Spain along with a Huawei Mifi and went to an area where I would normally not have coverage with a regular cell phone
I used the app to check email, send pictures, and use.
| May 03, 2021
The antenna on my van is a good upgrade
From a friend who was no longer using the system, I recently received the WeBoost Drive-X RV signal booster system. As his kit had an outside antenna that was damaged, I figured since I got the system for free I could pick up a better one. As a result, I have been able to use this antenna to pick up weak signals while camping in the forest. If a signal is found, this antenna in combination with the WeBoost amplifier will help enhance it. There are times when it is pretty significant. I can use this service to update my website, upload videos, etc. , when otherwise the signal would be too weak to perform even minor tasks, such as checking my In my case, I use the WeBoost system to provide a signal to my Jetpack MiFi 8800L connected to Verizon, which, in turn, provides WiFi signals to my phones, ROKU, laptop, Amazon Echo Auto, and others. This wireless device has four antennas and can take advantage of multiple signal sources (MiMo) for better speeds, as well as a more reliable connection, assuming you already have a good signal, and will easily provide the best speeds without an While the Netgear external antenna doesn't have any amplification, it can compensate for weak signals, and it is also able to pull in weak signals that the WeBoost system cannot. A suction cup will mount it inside your window. It is directional and mounts with suction cups. Although the Netgear has two antennas, they can still take advantage of MiMo (multiple in, multiple out) technology, and they can outperform WeBoost in a wide range of situations. I may not have a signal wirelessly if I don't use the WEBoost system with this antenna. At times, a good connection depends on weather facts, distance to the nearest tower, and who knows what else. It is sometimes better to use the Netgear antenna than the WeBoost antenna, so I have to play this dumb game each time I camp somewhere new to see which external antenna system is the best. Unfortunately, the conditions change where I camp and the best antenna choice changes as well. Thus, I think I have most of the bases covered when I try to pull in a signal. I just wish I had a method that always worked in a better way than the others. Because this marine antenna is mounted to my roof rack for my VW Westfalia which has a pop-up roof, I would like to hear it in a variety of directions Due to the changing angle of the roof top, I needed a mount that would fit the marine antenna and adjust its angle as per the roof angle. In checking with WeBoost about how crucial it is to keep this antenna vertical, they confirmed that it will be most effective purchase the Shakespeare 4190 Ratchet Rail Mount (designed for attaching to a boat rail, but it also works fantastic for attaching to a roof rack rail. I can adjust the antenna angle when I pop the top or lay it flat when driving off road in order to avoid any damage from tree branches, etc. Antenna extensions are available if you want to raise the antenna height. A Shakespeare 4700 was delivered to me 12 ft and up heavy The stainless steel extension mast is heavy duty ( I assume that Right? The higher the better, don't you think? My overall experience with this antenna has been very positive. The fact that it looks kind of cool is also not important, and I get asked about it often.