Antenna 900MHz High-Gain OmniDirectional w/NMO MABO


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High-Performance Omni-Directional 900 MHz Antenna

Higher Performance in the 868~960 MHz frequency band than alternative "Phantom" style antennas

NMO, MABO and MBO Antenna Interfaces - Key Points

  • MABO (3/8" diameter version) and MBO (3/4" diameter version) are the two different types of through-hole NMO connector: Either one will interface with this antenna.
  • NMO is a thru-hole mount type that is optimized for vehicular roof mounting of an NMO type antenna.
  • NMO ring hole size: There is a 3/8" version and a 3/4" version.
    • MABO works with a ⅜ inch hole.
    • MBO works with a ¾ inch hole.


Ideal for 4G/3G applications where no ground plane or metal surface is available. Mechanically robust design 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.

Compatibility with wireless standards & applications:

This omni directional antenna's range of frequency band compatibility in the 700 MHz to 2700 MHz frequency band range, its low broadband VSWR, and impedance matching to 50 Ohm gear, makes it suitable and compliant for all the above applications.


Frequency range: 868~960MHz
Gain: 3dBi in the 868~960MHz frequency band
Mounting Has a bulkhead nut and washer. Suitable for through-hole mounting
Impedance: 50 Ohm
VSWR: <2.0 This is a very low VSWR: A key indicator of high-performance
Polarization: Vertical
Radiation: Omnidirectional
Operating Temp -40 to +85 Celsius
Lighting protection: Direct ground
Connector SMA-female. Antenna has NMO interface, with adapter to SMA-female
  • Height: 84mm (3.31 inch)
  • Diameter: Ø41mm (1.61 inch)
Housing material: PC+ABS. The flame class of this ABS material is HB.
Weatherproof IP68 Intrusion Protection

ROHS 3 & REACH compliant: Antenna, cable and connector are all compliant with ROHS 3 and REACH.

Marine antenna: This antenna can be used for marine use, but in a salt-water environment, the antenna often will begin to corrode after a year or possibly less: The chrome plating on the base bubbles and peels off: Our customers that use this antenna for marine use, find that the low cost and fact that it lasts about a year without any issue, in a marine environment, makes it suitable: The antenna is is cost-effective enough even considering that they replace the antenna when the corrosion begins.



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