Omni Antennas

698 - 2700 MHz 6 dBi MIMO Omni Antenna

Model: TQO-0627-6

Freq.: 698-2700 MHz

Gain: 6 dBi

VSWR: ≤1.5


HPBWV: 32°±8°

Polarization: Vertical

  • High gian and low VSWR
  • Good quality materials
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698-2700mhz Omni Antenna

Introduction to 698-2700 Mhz Omni Antenna

This omni antenna is a 4G LTE omnidirectional antenna with high performance and low VSWR in the frequency range of 698-2700MHz, suitable for distributed antenna systems (DAS) to solve building coverage problems. It has a gain of 6dBi and can be used to distribute cellular and WiFi signals throughout a building or area. In addition to good performance in 4G LTE working band, it can also cover 3G and 2G band, to help the majority of users to solve the problem of indoor signal coverage.

This antenna uses a high quality ABS radome and pure copper N-Female/SMA connectors. With its consistently good quality, it has been favored by users in the United States, Canada and Europe for many years.

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698-2700mhz Omni Antenna

698-2700mhz Omni Antenna

698-2700mhz Omni Antenna

698-2700mhz Omni Antenna


What is The Range of A 698-2700 Mhz Omni Antenna?

A 698-2700 MHz omni antenna typically covers the frequency range from 698 MHz to 2700 MHz. This means it is designed to receive and transmit signals within this frequency range.

How Far Will An 698-2700 mhz omni antenna Reach?

The range or distance that a 698-2700 MHz omni antenna can reach depends on several factors, including its gain, the transmit power of the connected device, environmental conditions, and any obstacles or interference in the area.

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What Does MHz Mean for Antenna?

As a matter of fact, MHz refers to the megahertz, which is a unit of frequency measurement. Megahertz is equal to one million hertz (cycles per second), and it is used to specify the frequency at which an antenna is designed to operate or the frequency range it can effectively receive and transmit signals.

Antennas are designed to work within specific frequency ranges, and the MHz value associated with an antenna indicates the range of frequencies it is optimized for. For example, the 698-2700 mhz omni antenna indicates that the omni antenna is engineered to operate within the frequency range from 698 megahertz (MHz) to 2700 MHz, covering a broad spectrum of radio frequencies.

What is The Best Frequency for Antenna?

The "best" frequency for an antenna depends on the specific application and the intended use, because different applications and communication systems operate at different frequency bands. For example, the 698-2700 mhz omni antenna is best option used for LPWAN, LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT, IoT, M2M applications.



Frequency Range

698 - 820  MHz

824 - 960 MHz

1710 - 2700 MHz


5 dBi

8 dBi

6 dBi

Horizontal Beamwidth(3dB)

≤ 1.5

Vertical Beamwidth(3dB)



50 Ω








50 W

Max. Power

N-Female or Customized

Lightning Protection

DC Ground


Φ75 x 700 mm


2.1 kg

Operating Temperature


Wind Loading

140 km/h


Pole Mount

What are the Applications of 698-2700 Mhz Omni Antenna?

  • LPWAN, LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT, IoT, M2M applications
  • Cellular networks
  • DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems)
  • IEEE 802.11b/g WiFi applications
  • Public safety