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Old 09-05-2017, 1:05 AM
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Default Any NMO elevated feed antennas 700-2100 coverage?

I have a wilson brand cell booster in a vehicle connected to a NMO mount. My biggest issue with this, is that its currently using a 698-960 MHz / 1710-1990 MHz / 2100-2700 MHz phantom antenna, and I dont think thats going to be the best option.

The truck has a (fiberglass, so it should be RF translucent) camper shell thats higher then the antenna, as well as a go light spotlight (wired, not radio control) directly in front of the phantom.

In an attempt to get better coverage, i'm trying to find an elevated feed type antenna to replace it.

All im finding though, is either 698-940ish range OR 2500-4500 area.

Anyone know of one that'll cover the entire bandsplit I need?

Keep in mind Verizon, so 700, 890, 1900, 2100 mhz.
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