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BT151052
The Crossbow (N-Female) MIMO Cross Polarized 5G Antenna
$199.95
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BT151052

The Crossbow (N-Female) MIMO Cross Polarized 5G Antenna

$199.95
with FREE SHIPPING

We’ve got cross-performance covered.

  • 5G capable and covers 617-3800MHz cellular frequencies
  • Cross-polarization for optimal performance
  • Up to +11 dBi of gain, N-Female termination
  • Ideal for direct connection to a MIMO cellular router, modem, or hotspot
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5G/4G LTE? Check. High gain? Check. Directional? Check. Options? We’ve got ‘em. Pick the version with 16 feet of cable, choose the version with no coax cable included and add our special low-loss 400 cable for longer runs to your MMO cellular router, modem or hotspot.

Check out the big “X” on the front of The Crossbow. That’s where it got its name. The Crossbow is our 5G/4G LTE MIMO cellular hotspot antenna, optimized for cellular networks. Specifically, the Crossbow is a Cross Polarized (XPOL), cellular band, 2×2 MIMO antenna.

There are two versions of The Crossbow available. This version comes with no cables and is equipped with twin N-Female ports. This is ideal for running Bolton400 or any other N-Male terminated 50 Ohm coax cable to it.

If you’re looking for high- gain, an easy-install, future-proofed, and versatile, look no further than The Bolton Crossbow.

You have questions. We have answers.

Can the Crossbow Be Used with a Cellular Signal Booster?

No. The Crossbow is equipped with dual-antenna outputs and is therefore incompatible with single-input cell phone signal boosters.

How Do I Point the Crossbow During Installation?

The Crossbow has a 45° cross-polarized directional beam, facing front. What you’ll need to do is locate the cell tower in your area that broadcasts your carrier’s signal. Then, point the Crossbow antenna in that direction.

What Kinds of Signal Does the Crossbow Capture? What Radio Bandwidths?

The Crossbow captures any signal between the 617-3800 MHz bandwidths. That includes all 5G/4G/LTE/3G cellular signals. This covers all US carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular and more), Canadian carriers (Rogers, Bell, Telus, more), Mexican carriers (Telcel, Movistar, AT&T Mexico), and far more.

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