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Wilson Wide-Band 3G/4G/LTE Yagi Antenna - 314411 (Cables Sold Separately)

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This antenna does NOT include cabling. You must select a length of cable from the list (for the ultra-low-loss cabling, we bundle the connector you'll need to connect the cable to your adapter). If you already have a compatible cable you plan to use (this antenna has an N/Female connector), you may select the "I already have a cable" option at the bottom of the list.

How much cable should you use? Unless you plan on using an amplifier as well, we recommend using LESS THAN 50' OF CABLE to minimize signal loss. The longer the cable you use, the more signal you lose. Make sure to choose a long enough cable to allow you to mount the antenna in a location where it will have line of sight to the cell tower, but keep in mind that shorter is better.
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You will need an adapter cable or connector to connect this antenna to your device. Simply select your device from the menu and we will include the appropriate adapter with your antenna. If you already own the necessary adapter, you can select the "I already have an adapter" option from the bottom of the list.
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Wilson Wide-Band 3G/4G/LTE Yagi Antenna
Wilson Wide-Band 3G/4G/LTE Yagi Antenna - 314411 (Cables Sold Separately)
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Wilson Yagi/Panel Antenna Pole Mounting Assembly
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The Wilson 314411 Yagi Antenna gives you the cellular signal boost you need when you live just beyond the optimal range of your provider. This directional 3G/4G/LTE antenna provides a gain of up to 10.6 dBi and can be mounted on any flat surface or on a pole up to two inches in diameter. Coverage of an array of frequency ranges between 700 and 2500 MHz means the Yagi antenna is compatible with Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and other 2G/3G/4G/LTE providers in North America.

Each Yagi antenna has a stainless steel back plate and a weather-resistant, UV-stabilized ABS plastic sealed housing to withstand harsh environments. An integrated N/Female pigtail connector is preattached, and we offer a number of coax cables and modem adapters so you can choose the best combination for your needs. You can also use your own cable and adapter if you already have compatible ones on hand.

While some testing will be needed to accurately aim this outdoor directional antenna, anyone with the knowledge and patience to do so will love the improved cellular signal that results. Wilson Electronics is the original North American cell phone signal booster manufacturer, and with the 314411 Yagi antenna from, you will be using the best and most reliable equipment on the market. Our expert technical support will be available to you for a full year upon purchasing this antenna, and we will be happy to assist you with questions about setup, mounting, hardware, how to aim the antenna and other issues.

Fast Facts About This Product:

  • This antenna is best for: 3G and 4G users with the ability to carefully/exactly aim an antenna at the cell tower.
  • Compatibility: 700-2500mhz networks, which are used by most 2G, 3G, and 4G providers in the USA and Canada. Confirm which frequency your provider is using and make sure this antenna supports it before purchasing! Contact us if you need any assistance.
  • Length: 11.42"
  • Cable: NO cable is included with this antenna. Various lengths are available; you can select your cable above.
  • Ground Plane: The Yagi Antenna has a built-in ground plane.
  • Weatherproof? Yes, this antenna is weatherproof and designed for outdoor use.
  • Mounting Requirements: Mounting hardware is included to mount to a wall or to a pipe/pole (accommodates diameters from 1.25" - 2"). It must be aimed accurately at the cell tower to be effective. If you do not have a pole to mount to, you'll need the Pole Mounting Assembly Kit (sold separately).
  • Portability: This antenna is made to be installed at a fixed location aimed at the cell tower and is NOT portable.

Do a site survey before buying this antenna! If you're purchasing this to use in just one location, we strongly recommend doing a site survey first to determine whether the antenna will help your signal and performance and to give you an idea of what kind of results you can expect from it. Start here: Will an Antenna/Amplifier Help Me?


  • Covers Cellular/PCS (US and worldwide) and WiFi frequencies
  • 7-10dBi gain across all frequencies
  • Pole or wall mountable
  • Light gray attractive UV protected housing
  • Vertical or horizontal polarization
  • DC grounded for lightning protection
  • Pole-mounting hardware included, accommodates pipe diameters from 1.25" - 2"


  • Model: 314411 (formerly 304411)
  • Frequency range: 700-800 / 824-894 / 880-960 / 1710-1880 / 1850-1990 / 2110-2500 mhz
  • Antenna gain: 7.3db / 8.1db / 7.4db / 9.2db / 10.6db / 10.4db
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Cable: None included - select a cable from the menu above
  • Length: 11.42"
  • Weight: 1.4lbs (1.7lbs with mounting hardware attached)
  • Connector: N Female
  • Mount: Pole mount
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Beamwidth: 70-90° horizontal, 85-110° vertical

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Date Added: 07/10/2019 by Timothy Y. (Alvaton, KY)
My review is of 5G store...
Called them to get a Yagi recommendation and they guy didn't want to sell me a Yagi - afraid I couldn't point it toward an antenna I guess. Kept trying to sell me a non-directional antenna. Then he recommends this Wide-Band Yagi, which I bought for $89 + $12 shipping.
Then I see the same exact product on my FB feed, from Amazon, for $49 with free shipping. So... yea, I paid double... my fault... but no more "5G Store" for me.

5Gstore Comments:
We're sorry you weren't happy with our recommendation! For most users, a yagi antenna is not suitable because it will not perform well without line of sight to the tower. Based on the info our rep had from you, it sounded like line of sight was not available and that this would not be optimal. We're glad it worked out though!

Date Added: 06/06/2018 by Jeff S. (CHANNELVIEW, TX)
Excellent product and excellent support from 3G Store. Been doing business with them for years.

Date Added: 07/16/2017 by Sean B. (St Augustine, FL)
Used with a CradlePoint router. Was only getting 5 to 15 Mbits/s download with the supplied paddle antennas. Connected this Yagi antenna pointed at the cell tower and now get consistent 25 Mbits/s download speeds.

Date Added: 07/09/2017 by Nick S. (GHENT, NY)
I live in a rural, hilly area, and have long suffered from horrific cell reception. Now that AT&T provides truly unlimited LTE data plans, I thought we would explore it as an option again. Our outdoor signal reception at the best place on our land was at -114dB, so I needed to get towards the tower - that meant the Wilson Wide-Band 3G/4G/LTE Yagi Antenna - 314411. Our house and area are not served by DSL, or any other kind of broadband other than satellite Internet, which provided speeds between 3Mbps and 24Mbps (when it worked) but latency at 1600ms to 1800ms. That's 1.6 SECONDS. My son has never been able to play a video game. The satellite services also capped the data usage at 30GB per month and cost $160 per month.

The Cel-Fi amp literature claimed to be able to amplify signal up to -120dB. With the help of the knowledgeable people at 3GStore, we settled upon the Wilson Wide-Band 3G/4G/LTE Yagi Antenna - 314411, a Cel-Fi PRO signal amplifier, and a Pepwave embedded GSM-WAN, WiFi Access Point. We located the nearest tower (4.5 miles away) and I used Google Maps satellite view to pinpoint the tower LAT/LON. We then calculated the angle required for mounting the Wide-Band Yagi on our house.

After installing the Yagi and plugging it all in but, because I was highly suspicious of whether this would work at all, letting the cables hang loose, we powered up the system. Pa-POW. Cellular service in our house for the first time in nine years. I popped open the YouTube app on my phone and watched a HD video. I went to (not perfect, but hey!) and I measured speeds between 3.2 Mbps and 5.3 Mbps, with latency between 45ms and 80ms. Sure, by contemporary standards that's slow as hell, but for our purposes - research, email, video and music streaming - it's more than adequate, it's damned good. The upload speeds, however, are a disaster - between 200Kbps and 900Kbps. Not so much with the Skyping. That is not a product of the Cel-Fi, but rather my service.

We then committed: we secured the cables on the side of the building, drilled through the exterior wall and passed the cable through, and locked the implementation down. I have a separate review of the Pepwave AP and the Cel-Fi.

There was one glitch: one day, after two weeks, we suddenly lost voice comms but still had data. I called 3GStore, and Dario opened a ticket for me, liaising between myself and Cel-Fi. Within a few hours we were in direct communications, and they were helping me troubleshoot. They examined the system logs and determined that there was no 3G signal, which was confusing, because in my experience, if you get a system like this going and lock in the config, changing nothing, it shouldn't change. Cel-Fi's lovely Rose mentioned that I might check with AT&T. Sure enough, I learned something important: I have *no 3G service in my house, never did. All my service is LTE, and my voice service is AT&T Voice-over-LTE. And AT&T was having a massive outage in my area. Hours later, my voice service returned.

My advice: run LTE discovery (or similar) app and determine what services you have at what levels, so that you understand what might go down, and this will help you troubleshoot.

Our family is tremendously happy with what we have now.

Date Added: 11/24/2016 by Albert L. (Utica, NY)
in and working

Date Added: 09/28/2016 by EVARISTO V. (Rancho Dominguez, CA)
This antenna increased 20 % my reception

Date Added: 08/05/2016 by Ronald H. (placerville, CA)
I have been fighting weak signal problems for five years now because of my remote location .. Finally I can connect at 4g speeds thanks to this antenna.
Thank you 3G store for your help

Date Added: 11/27/2015 by Grant N. (Bryan, OH)
Works as advertized. Greatly improved my incoming signal once properly oriented to cell tower. Would buy again and recommend product to others.

Date Added: 10/30/2015 by te. (Bastrop, TX)

Date Added: 08/29/2015 by Gary H. (Alpine, CA)
This yagi is doing an excellent job. It is giving me a - 74 dBm signal. The Verizon hotspot it connects to could only do - 107. My Wilson trucker's antenna would give me about -98. My smartphone does about - 107. I'm sitting on a mountain side looking down a two mile long valley somewhat open at the far end but the cell tower is 7 miles away off to the right behind a tall hill. I believe this yagi is rated at 10 dB gain but it's doing much better than that under actual conditions. The cable is 20 foot long.

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