Pepewave's Mobility 42G (Formerly Puma 421) - 4x4 MIMO 5G Ready Cellular Antenna System with GPS Receiver! This antenna supports the latest 5G bands on LTE including band 71!
- 4x4 MIMO 5G ready cellular antenna system
- 2x2 WiFi Antennas
- 1x GPS receiver
- Cellular frequencies 600-6000 MHz
- B71 Support
- Durable and UV-stable housing
- Black or white color options
- IP67 rated
- 6FT Leads
Complete specifications located on Documentation Tab.
The antenna featured on this page is an omni-directional antenna. Omni-directional antennas are designed to pick up signals in a 360-degree pattern around the antenna and do not require that they be aimed or pointed at the cellular or WIFI broadcasting tower. Omni-directional antennas offer a blend of performance and ease of use over directional antennas that may have higher performance and gain specifications. Omni-directional antennas also perform well if a customer is utilizing multiple cellular or WIFI connections that may be broadcasting in different directions, for example if a customer has data plans from multiple cellular providers and cell towers are in different directions. Omni-directional antennas are the preferred style of antenna for mobile travelers and those who change their location and method of connecting to the internet frequently as they offer solid performance without the need to point the antenna.
Directional antennas may be better suited than omni-directional antennas for customers with fixed locations such as rural home or business customers.
This device is FirstNet Ready! FirstNet is the nationwide public safety communications platform dedicated to America's first responders. Being built with AT&T, in public-private partnership with the FirstNet Authority, FirstNet utilizes Band-14, which is reserved for public safety but is also being marketed as available to the public for additional bandwidth capacity. In testing Band-14 has been made available during non-emergency situations to the public to provide additional bandwidth and coverages to customers who have a modem that supports FirstNet's Band-14. Not all modems that support Band-14 are "FirstNet Certified" however they typically can connect to Band-14 in most areas. Information on FirstNet certifications can be found on Specification sheets located on the Documentation Tab. Additional information about FirstNet's use and technology can be found in this article from our friends at the RV Mobile Internet Resource Center.
Band 71 Ready
This device supports Band 71. Band 71 is T-Mobile's rural cellular band that operates on 600mhz which provides significant increases in coverage on the T-Mobile network for customers traveling outside of urban areas. 5G ready devices that support Band 71 typically also support Band 71n which is the 5G band for T-Mobile. Note that not all devices are 5G devices so check the listing above but with or without 5G you will still achieve increased coverage on the T-Mobile network with any device that supports Band 71. For more information about Band 71, check out the Band 71 Guide from our friends at the Mobile Internet Resource Center.
Looking for the full specifications on this product? Not to worry, they are located above under the "Documentation" Tab just above by the product description.
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Paired this with a Transit Pro Max duo and it works great! Have yet to have a problem getting a signal on ATT and Tmobile. Also greatly improved WiFi as WAN.
Installed new Pepwave Mobility 42G Antenna on RV roof
We installed a Pepwave Mobility 42G Antenna and are extremely pleased with its performance over the provided smaller indoor antennas. Our first couple of days we quickly noticed a huge improvement. Exactly what we needed!
So far so good, It was really easy to install, I’m getting great reception at my current location. We will see how it does around the country stating next month.
Excellent Antenna, improvement over our Poynting
We recently upgraded to a dual sim balance20x from a BR1 Mini. I wanted to utilize the four antenna ports so we went with this device, retiring our Poynting MIMO Shark Fin. The gain, cable quality and install are all far superior. Loving the upgrade and excited to pair this with our modified T Mobile Home Internet Router :)
Pepwave Mobility 42G
Excellent reception in a small profile antenna. I am connected to a Pepwave Max Transit Duo router. The reception was very good with just the paddle antennas that came with the router. Now with the Mobility 42G mounted to the roof of my Sprinter the reception is excellent. So glad I bought this unit.