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Cellular Antennas, Amplifiers and Repeaters are Frequency Specific

Cell phone antennas and amplifiers are frequency specific and you must ensure that the antenna or amplifier you
purchase supports the frequency used by your carrier in the area you want to use it.

For maximum compatibility for most North American carriers 2G/3G/4G equipment that is minimum dual-band 800MHz Cellular or 1900MHz PCS is generally recommended.  In many markets 4G data (LTE, WiMax) is on 700 MHz, 1700-2100 MHz, 1900MHz and 2500-2700 MHz).  Please contact us directly for 4G solutions.

In the case of mid to large building repeater systems, single band systems may be adequate. You can use Wireless Advisor's Carrier License Tool to determine the frequency bands licensed by a particular carrier in a particular zipcode. Please note that ownership of a license does not ensure that the carrier is actively using it.


iDEN (Nextel, SouthernLINC, Mike): iDEN (Nextel, Southern LINC, Mike) While most dual-band cell antenna support the 800MHz iDEN band, iDEN users must use amplifiers and repeaters specifically designed for iDEN (Nextel, SouthernLINC, Mike) frequencies - Cellular and PCS amplifiers and repeaters will not work.  As of late 2013, iDEN it its original form from Sprint/Nextel has been completely turned off.  Southern Linc is still operating on the 800 mHz iDEN type system. .

T-Mobile 3G: T-Mobile 3G/4G service operates on the new AWS 1700/2100MHz band which is supported by Several Multi-Band amplifiers and Repeaters. Dual-Band Cellular/PCS and single-band PCS equipment is compatible with traditional T-Mobile GSM/EDGE service. Other carriers 3G service (AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint PCS, etc) operate on the standard cellular/PCS frequency bands and can use normal dual-band equipment. More information on T-Mobile 3G frequency.

The following antennas include support for the T-Mobile 3G frequency range (complete T-Mobile US 3G Cell Antenna Category):

Should you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us.

US, North American and European/Asian Frequency Bands
  • Black text indicates traditional Cellular/PCS frequencies
  • Blue text indicates LTE 700 lower band (AT&T 4G) frequencies
  • Red text indicates LTE 700 higher band (Verizon 4G) frequencies
  • Magenta text indicates AWS 1700 (T-Mobile 3G/4G) frequencies
  • Yellow text indicates LTE 1900 (Sprint LTE) and Xohm WIMAX (Sprint/Clear 4G WiMax) frequencies
  • Brown text indicates iDEN (Nextel, SouthernLINC, Mike) frequencies
  • Green text indicates European/Asian frequencies (Euro/Asian Products)
Name Frequency Band Notes
700MHz LTE (lower band) 710-716MHz 740-746MHz AT&T current 4G/LTE
700MHz LTE (higher band) 746-757MHz 776-787MHz Verizon current 4G/LTE
800MHz SMR/iDEN 806-866/869MHz 'Old' Nextel *Soon to be 1XRtt and LTE 4G 
800MHz/850MHz Cellular 824-896MHz Traditional Cellular
GSM 900 (Europe/Asia) 890-960MHz Euro/Asian GSM
900 MHz SMR/iDEN 896-940MHz 'New' Nextel (but must have both Old and new units)
AWS (UMTS Band 4) 1700/2100 1710-1755, 2110-2155MHz New AWS Band (T-Mobile 3G/4G)
DCS 1800 (Europe/Asia) 1710-1785, 1805-1880MHz Euro/Asian DCS
1900MHz PCS 1850-1990MHz Traditional PCS
1900MHZ LTE 1850-1990MHz 'New' Sprint 4G/LTE
UMTS Band 1 1920-1980, 2110-2170MHz Euro/Asian
Xohm/WiMAX 2.5-2.7GHz Sprint/Clear 4G WiMAX * Sprint soon to launch LTE data on this spectrum