The DOD3-700/2700 is a MIMO 2 cable version of the DOD series LTE fixed site antenna. This antenna is designed to be pole mounted, and mounting hardware is provided. The DOD3-700/200 operates on the 694-960 MHz and 1700-2700 MHz frequencies for LTE coverage.
- Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output antenna design
- Omni-directional antennas
- Each MIMO antenna is configured with 2 connectors
MIMO (Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output) systems, also known as spatial multiplexing, transmit different data on different antenna elements.
With a MIMO system, the data is decoded and combined at the receive end. The net result is greater data throughput and improved bandwidth efficiency.
Mobile Mark’s new MIMO (Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output) Site Antennas provide two-cable feeds, each with identical frequency coverage.
The separate antenna elements are housed within the compact rug-ged radome. Each element is fed to a separate connector and each covers the entire bandwidth specified.
The antennas are durable and rugged. They can withstand the harsh-est environments of snow, wind, rain and ice
The DOD Series omni-directional antennas have passed Industry standards for Shock & Vibration. The antennas have also been rated IPx5 for Water Ingress.
The feed assembly is made of precision machined aluminum compo-nents and is irridited for weather protection. These antennas come with all the hardware needed to install it to a mast.
The DOD Series Omni-directional Antenna provides 2-3 dBi gain in a radome measuring just under 30” (76.2cm) tall x 1” (2.54cm) in diameter. The cables exiting the base of the antenna are typically 12” (30.48cm) in length.