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5db Through Glass External Antenna Windscreen Mount

3G 2100MHz, 900MHz and 1800MHz

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Small and unobtrusive, the through glass antenna is a popular alternative to other bracket mounted or panel mounted antennas. It is important to not mount this antenna near heated demister elements of the windscreen.

Our range of high performance antennas combined with our range of patch antenna cables you will get optimum gain & maximum coverage for your mobile phone or wireless data card wherever you are.

This antenna comes pre-crimped with FME Connection - no crimping tools are required. Supplied with 5m cable. Easy self installation

Through glass windscreen mounting. 9dB gain. Supplied with 5m cable.

Antenna height approx 495mm

This antenna requires a patch lead to connect to your mobile phone or wireless modem. Use the patch lead that is specific designed for your mobile phone or mobile broadband modem.

Price : $42.99

All prices are inclusive of GST (where applicable) and we issue tax invoices. All postage prices are for delivery in Australia, for overseas orders please contact us. There is a shipping fee applicable to once to all orders of $9.99.
For all domestic deliveries please allow up to 14 working days for delivery, although in most cases delivery is considerably quicker.
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