04/22/2021 10:43 p.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/3g-umts-gprs-antenna-connector-fme-and-adhesive-bonding-GS007/
3G UMTS GPRS antenna connector FME and adhesive bonding
REF: GS007
Specifications
  • Antenna compatible with GSM, GPRS, UMTS and 3G mobile telephony.
  • To be used in mobile phones, mobile broadband cards, etc.
  • Ideal to extend the coverage quality, move the antenna to areas of better coverage, have better quality in a vehicle, etc.


  • Specifications


    Frequency: 880-960 and 1710-2170 Mhz.

  • Impedance: 50 Ohms.
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Specifications
  • Antenna compatible with GSM, GPRS, UMTS and 3G mobile telephony.
  • To be used in mobile phones, mobile broadband cards, etc.
  • Ideal to extend the coverage quality, move the antenna to areas of better coverage, have better quality in a vehicle, etc.


  • Specifications


    Frequency: 880-960 and 1710-2170 Mhz.

  • Impedance: 50 Ohms.

More info

Antenna compatible with GSM, GPRS, UMTS and 3G mobile telephony. To be used in mobile phones, mobile broadband cards, etc. Ideal to extend the coverage quality, move the antenna to areas of better coverage, have better quality in a vehicle, etc.

Specifications


Frequency: 880-960 and 1710-2170 Mhz.
Impedance: 50 Ohms.
Gain: 2 dBi.
VSWR: <= 2
Power Mx. Continued: 10W.
Connector: FME.
Color: Black
Size: 122 x 23 x 20 mm.
Weight: 80 g.
Fixation: Adhesive.
RF cable: RG-174 of 2m.
  • Gross Weight: 50 g
  • Number of packages: 1

Technical terms

  • Impedance &#x3A9;
  • Hz
  • GSM
  • dBi
  • GPRS
  • UMTS
Impedance &#x3A9;
The impedance (Z) is a measure of opposition that a circuit to a current when a voltage is applied. The impedance extends the concept of resistance circuits alternating current (AC), and has both magnitude and phase, unlike resistance, which has only magnitude. When a circuit is powered with direct current (DC), there is no distinction between the impedance and resistance; the latter can be thought csa impedance with zero phase angle.

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