Mobile Mark launches low-profile combination antenna

March 5, 2019  - By
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Mobile Mark Antenna Solutions has introduced the LLPG304 Series, a low-profile combination antenna that covers LTE & FirstNet, UHF and GNSS. According to the company, this three-cable surface mount antenna is designed specifically for public safety applications.

The broadband communications element covers 694-4200 MHz, including bands for cellular, LTE, FirstNet, and 5G-ready applications such as Citizen Band Radio Services at 3.7 GHz, the company added. The antenna also offers 3 dBi peak gain from 694-960 MHz and 4 dBi peak gain from 1710-4200 MHz.

The UHF element on the LLPG304 Series antenna covers the 450-470 MHz band with 3 dBi gain, and the GNSS geolocation element covers both GPS and GLONASS (1575 & 1602 MHz). It measures 9×3.5×1.25 in.

“The LLPG304 represents a very significant breakthrough in antenna coverage for the public safety community,” said Michael Berry, president and CEO and Mobile Mark. “This low profile, compact antenna offers both FirstNet coverage and traditional UHF Land Mobile Radio coverage.”

The LLPG304 is designed to meet industrial and military shock and vibration standards, including IEEE1478, EN 61373, MIL-810G and TIA 329.2-C.

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