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  • WiMax Low-Profile Magnet Mount Antenna

    WiMax Low-Profile Magnet Mount Antenna

    If you are not concerned much about aesthetics you could get this high gain outdoor antenna and place it indoors by the window: https://www.rfwel.com/shop/2_5-2_7GH...l-Antenna.html. Because this has 18dBi of gain you don't have to worry about losses from the window or from the cable that you will use to run from the antenna to your Clear Hub Express so pretty much this will give you the same (or even better) performance as you are getting with the Clear Hub by the window. You can get this antenn...
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  • Boosting Clear WiMax

    Boosting Clear WiMax

    Yes. We have had success in doing just this using various high gain directional or omnidirectional antennas especially for the USB modem (Franklin U300) or modems with external antennas.

    Here is a link to some of these setups: http://www.rfwel.com/4g-data/index.php
    The U300 is popular so here is a link to it: http://www.rfwel.com/shop/product.php?productid=1838

    If you need a custom setup or special lengths of couplings, contact us and we can put together something...
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  • Antenna for Clear 4G wireless

    Antenna for Clear 4G wireless

    Yes we have several antennas that can work with this. Here is an outdoor directional panel antenna kit: http://www.rfwel.com/shop/product.php?productid=1935. Depending on your situation one antenna will work just fine (put it in the primary antenna slot which is “ANT1” in the image shown here http://www.rfwel.com/4g-data/index.php#pxu1900 (PXU1900 modem).

    We have other styles of antennas here: http://www.rfwel.com/4g-data/wimax-a...wimax_antennas with different gain and spec’s....
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  • Improving Received Signal Strength for Dual 3G/4G Cellular/WiMax Modems

    Improving Received Signal Strength for Dual 3G/4G Cellular/WiMax Modems

    This discusses techniques available to improve the received signal strength for dual-mode 3G/4G modems capable of Cellular/PCS 3G data and 4G WiMax. For example for the Sierra 250U modem available from Clearwire and Sprint. Current WiMax modems in the market implement 2xReceive MIMO diversity which means they have 2 integrated antennas and, where available, two external antenna ports. For dual 3G/4G modems one of these antenna ports, typically the primary, is used for both Cellular/PCS as well as WiMa...
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  • How/When Can WiMax Antennas Actually Degrade Performance instead of Improving It?

    How/When Can WiMax Antennas Actually Degrade Performance instead of Improving It?

    We once in a while receive a support ticket themed around



    There are several reasons why this might be the case:
    1. Wrong antenna or cables used Typically the problem is with the cable but we have seen people use 2.4GHz antennas and get surprised that everything is not working as well. Remember antennas are passive and by design wide-band (just how good they perform at different bands than what they were intended for is a different story). So an antenna designed for 2
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  • WiMax Antenna Primer - Using One External Antenna vs Two Antennas

    WiMax Antenna Primer - Using One External Antenna vs Two Antennas

    Here is an excellent primer from Motorolas Networks & Enterprise Group that addresses a lot of the issues we have been discussing here on MIMO multiantenna transmission techniques and when you can use one antenna instead of two antennas.

    WiMAX Antennas Primer - A guide to MIMO and beamforming The key takeaway is that when a CPE (customer premise equipment) has multiple antennas and is using MIMO Matrix A with Space-Time Block Coding, if an external directional high-gain ...
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  • External Wimax antennas NOT for extending coverage beyond coverage map

    External Wimax antennas NOT for extending coverage beyond coverage map

    No this is not the intent of these high gain WiMax antennas. We don't expect it to extend coverage outside coverage areas but rather to improve it in areas within coverage areas experiencing weak signals. These antennas are especially useful in instances where the signal is very weak inside the building but good outside due to the RF shielding effect especially of buildings with thick walls or metallic structures. This is a tricky question actually. Since we get this quite often let me take the...
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