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Inseego 4G/5G Indoor High-Gain Directional Antenna for FX2000/FG2000 devices

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Item Number: 12046
Model: 649496026684



The 4G/5G Indoor High-Gain Directional Antenna offers a gain of up to 12 dBi to increase performance for indoor devices. The antenna is designed for high sub-6 bands, 3.3-4.2 GHz. Window and swivel wall mount options give customers flexibility in antenna placement.


  • Gain: up to 12 dBi
  • Frequency range: 3300-4200 MHz
  • VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio): ≤3.0
  • Operating temperature: -10°C to +45°C (32°F to 113°F)
  • Dimensions & weight: 200 mm x 83 mm x 22 mm; 233 g
  • Radome material: Plastic
  • Cable: 2 m (79”) with 3dB loss
  • Connectors: 2x TS9 male
  • Location: Indoors Only
  • Installation options: Window Mount; Wall Mount

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Date Added: 01/10/2023 by James B. (Griffin, GA)
After installing I received about a 10db gain in signal strength. So good in fact I'm buying another one. My Inseego modem/router has two antenna ports.

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Will the Inseego 4G/5G Indoor High-Gain Directional Antenna antenna work on T-Mobile network?

The Inseego FX2000E ONLY allows for bands B42, B48, and/or n78 to be used through it's external antenna ports. Band 48 is a T-mobile Cellular band.

How do I know where to aim a directional antenna?

You want to aim the antenna in the direction of your cell tower. Once you have it aimed in the correct direction, you want to gradually zone in on the best possible signal from that direction. Slowly wave the antenna by about 5 degree increments until you find a 'sweet spot.' If you're unsure of how to locate the tower in your location, you can reference our video here:

Inseego Indoor Directional Antenna Datasheet Download installation guide/manual
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