Understanding Antennas

External antennas found under this section are classed as Passive Antennas. These types of antennas connect to a device such as a modem, repeater, or wireless radio using coaxial cables.

Passive antennas have been up until recently been the most common type of external antenna for 3G and 4G technologies, and some low frequency wireless technologies. They still remain an important part of WiFi and IoT communication systems, although devices are increasingly using Active Antennas.

Passive Antennas are typically simple in construction and support frequencies up to around 6 GHz and multi antenna up to 4x4 MIMO.

Blackhawk panel antenna mounted on galvanised steel mast


Polarisation is perhaps the most fundamental characteristic of an antenna which describes the plane in which its electric field radiates. It is an important parameter to understand as wireless...

Find out about the antenna types and designs that exist. We'll be working to expand this section over time.
Blackhawk 14 dBi Yagi Antenna - 700 & 850 MHz
HB 5G 4x4 MIMO Panel Antenna - 3300 to 3800 MHz
HB High Gain 5G 2x2 MIMO Dish Antenna - 3500 MHz
HB Low Band 2x2 MIMO Panel Antenna - 700 to 900 MHz
HB Wideband 2x2 MIMO Stud Antenna - 700 to 2700 MHz
HB Wideband 3G / 4G / NB-IoT Hinged Antenna
HB Wideband 4G & 5G Hinged Antenna - 700 to 3800 MHz
Huber+Suhner Sencity 5 GHz Omni Antenna, 5 dBi
Shenglu Wideband 2x2 MIMO Panel Antenna - 700 to 2700 MHz
Taoglas GSA8827 Phoenix 3G / 4G / NB-IoT Stick-On Antenna
Taoglas MA412 Storm 3G & 4G 2x2 MIMO Stud Antenna
Taoglas MA750 Pantheon 5-in-1 2x2 MIMO + WiFi Antenna
Taoglas Phoenix 3G / 4G / NB-IoT Antenna - FME Female
Wideband 3G & 4G Magnetic Antenna - 700 to 2700 MHz
Wideband 3G & 4G Stud Antenna - 700 to 2700 MHz