Next G aerial for BT

Submitted: Saturday, Aug 25, 2007 at 04:30
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Hi all

Is anyone familiar with Next G aerials... are there different types/strengths for fitting externally on our BT.

Thanks for your imput

Cheers,
Helen
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Reply By: Luvntravln - Saturday, Aug 25, 2007 at 06:24

Saturday, Aug 25, 2007 at 06:24
Hi Helen

Check out the Laser 733:

Broadband CDMA/GSM 3 EL Collinear F'Glass
Code / Short Name: 733

This antenna is ground independent.

Frequency: 825-960MHz

Gain: 7dBi

The LASER Code 733 is a rugged slim line fibreglass high gain antenna which uses our patented LASER R.E.A.C.T system to provide a low VSWR. An Allen key for element removal is also supplied.

Tuned for both CDMA and GSM
No tuning necessary
Ruggeda fibreglass element
Flexible slim line design
Approx 950mm long
Heavy duty spring base
Complete with 4m low loss double shield coax attached

This antenna can be detached from its base; I have used it for three years with the old CDMA system. I originally obtained from Sound In Motion.

I have purchased mine from PowerTec: Muir Groves, sales@powertec.com.au, exGST$122.85

It will be attached to the side of the caravan and the bracket will be inverted so that the base of the antenna is above the roof line.

7db makes a hugh difference!

The end of the wire will run through the walls and terminate at a plate with a connector so that I can plug a wire from the plate to either my NextG phone or my NextG USB paddle modem.

Cheers, Jay

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