RFI COL2195 Pole Mounted Collinear Antenna
- Receives signal from any direction
- Ideal for suburban and city areas
- Simple installation.
Is this the right antenna for me?
This multi-purpose antenna is most often used as a high quality roof mounted antenna to improve poor signal inside the home, but also regularly used as a durable marine antenna for using your mobile phone or wireless broadband offshore. The COL2195 is a brilliant solution to slow wireless broadband or poor phone reception in suburban areas, or anywhere where signal is poor inside but fine outside the house. If you've ever taken your mobile on to the roof of your house you've probably noticed that signal is much better - roof mounting an antenna takes advantage of this naturally stronger signal and passes it down it's 10m cable to be connected to your phone or modem. Stay connected on the water by using this antenna with your mobile phone and wireless broadband modem. The antenna can be mounted to your mast or side rails by O-ring clamps that are provided and is supplied with 10m of cable to run inside your boat to your mobile phone or wireless broadband modem. At 900mm long and a receiving angle of 21 degrees to account for sway, this antenna is the right choice for mast mounting. Supplied with 10m RG-58 cabling, 2x Stainless steel hose clamps, and an SMA Male to FME Female adapter.
|Network Compatibility|| || |
|Telstra Next-G™ (850MHz)|| || |
|New Vodafone Network (850MHz)* *Please check Vodafone Coverage Map.|| || |
|Optus Regional 3G (900MHz)* *Please check Optus Coverage Map.|| || |
|All carriers - calls & text (900MHz)|| || |
|915MHz ISM Band|| || |
|Telstra 4G (1800MHz)|| || |
|Optus 4G (1800MHz)|| || |
|All carriers - 3G internet (2100MHz)* Please check your network's Coverage Map.|| || |
Frequency Range: 824-960MHz & 1710-2170MHz Input Impedance: 50Ω VSWR: <2:1 Polarisation: Vertical Radiation: Omnidirectional Vertical Beamwidth: 21° & 57° Maximum Power: 50Watts
Construction: Fibreglass radome, PCB Radiator. Cable: 10m RG58 Connector: FME Female Length: 96.5cm Weight: 0.572kg
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"I'm at 8.5km, and get 700KB/s and near perfect with COL2195 on 3.5m cable."
"So I bought a COL2195 6.5 db gain external aerial (about $130) and mounted it as high as I could on the roof ( has 10mtrs of cable with it) and now getting rock solid 5 bars."
"I simply fitted the Telstra supplied COL2195 base station antenna they supplied. It just worked. I went from marginal signal strength (87dBm) and level (RSSI 9) to 69dBm and RSSI 19."
"only 3 on the router, so that could be an issue with people only getting 2 – 3 bars on their mobile, but easily fixed with an external aerial. The one I got was a COL2195, now 5 solid bars. "
"I have a large roof all metal and a number of large sheds surrounding the antenna ( Col 2195) multi directional mounted about a metre off the roof and get good to excellent signals for 99.9% of the time"
"I have dabbled with a USB 3G modem and used a external antenna RFI COL2195, antenna mounted on the roof of the ute, get full coverage over 60kms away from a base station."
"in my area where get 3bars stuck a col 2195 on roof get speeds around 6mps which knocks soks of my naked adsl, heavely congested exchange"
What connection does this antenna have?
This antenna has a 10m cable that terminates with an FME Female connector. The FME Female connector is the most common type of connector for mobile antennas and mates with the FME Male connector found on patch leads and phone cradles. It is also supplied with an SMA Male to FME Male adapter, allowing the antenna to be attached to many wireless gateways and hubs.
If you would like a shorter length of cable, or a different connector please send us an email and we can customise this antenna for you.