This is the latest version of model 304415 that includes masts to extend the antenna height from 17" to 32" or 42"
Stop letting travel be an excuse for slow internet and data connections. The Wilson Trucker Spring Mount Antenna mounts to your truck or RV to pull in a stronger 3G/4G/LTE data signal when you’re on the road. This updated version of the classic Wilson Trucker Antenna has an SMA/Male connector that can connect directly to your LTE modem/router (adapters may be needed depending on your connector type) or as an upgrade to the included antenna from a weBoost cellular signal booster kit. It has five-band network support for stronger data speeds and coverage with most major North American providers.
The 17-inch Spring Mount Antenna can be installed using the included three-way mount with standard bolts and is typically attached to the side mirror or rear ladder. Masts are included to raise the antenna to 32" or 42" if desired. With a gain of 2.5 to 3.5dB, a built-in ground plane and a rugged design for outdoor use, this antenna is both powerful and reliable. This antenna is made in the U.S. and comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty.
- Compatibility: 700-2100mhz 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.
- Height: 17" tall; masts included to increase height to 32" or 42"
- Cable: 14' of RG-58 cable hardwired to the antenna.
- Ground Plane: Built in.
- Weatherproof? Yes, this antenna is designed for exterior use.
- Mounting Requirements: A 3-way mount is included.
- Portability: This antenna is designed to be mounted to an RV or truck, usually to the ladder on the back or side mirror. The included mount does attach with standard bolts, so it is not necessarily a "permanent" installation, but it is not compact or easily transported.
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?