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Antennas

WiFi Antennas

Improve the range of your router, hotspot, and WiFi device with special-made WiFi antennas by Simple WiFi.

Outdoor WiFi Antennas: Bestsellers

Indoor WiFi Antennas: Bestsellers

Grid Dual-Band +24 dBi

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Yagi Dual-Band +14 dBi

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Grid Dual-Band +24 dBi

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Mini-Panel Dual-Band +8 dBi

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Yagi Dual-Band +14 dBi

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Omni Dual-Band +9 dBi

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Outdoor WiFi Antennas: Bestsellers

Grid Dual-Band +24 dBi

Grid Dual-Band +24 dBi

Yagi Dual-Band +14 dBi

Indoor WiFi Antennas: Bestsellers

Yagi Dual-Band +14 dBi

Mini-Panel Dual-Band +8 dBi

Omni Dual-Band +9 dBi

What You Need to Know About WiFi Antennas

WiFi antennas help improve the coverage and performance of your WiFi router or signal booster. Simple WiFi specializes in long range wifi antennas that help reach or broadcast signal from a distance.

Outdoor WiFi long range antennas are best at capturing signal from a WiFi source. Indoor WiFi long range antennas are best at broadcasting signal farther indoors.

All Outdoor WiFi Antennas

Outdoor Antenna Type

Gain

Frequency

Max Reach (Up to)

Yagi Dual-band

+14 dB

2.4 / 5 GHz

1 mile

Yagi Single-band

+14 dB

2.4 GHz

1 mile

Omni Single-band

+15 dB

5 GHz

1 mile

Omni Single-band

+11 dB

5 GHz

5 miles

Panel

+14 dB

2.4 GHz

1 mile

Grid Single-band

+24 dB

2.4 GHz

8 miles

Grid Dual-band

+24 dB

2.4 / 5 GHz

8 miles

All Indoor WiFi Antennas

Indoor Antenna Type

Gain

Frequency

Max Reach (Up to)

Yagi Dual-band

+14 dB

2.4 / 5 GHz

0.5 mile

Yagi Single-band

+14 dB

2.4 GHz

0.5 mile

Yagi Single-band

+14 dB

5 GHz

0.25 mile

Panel Single-band

+14 dB

2.4 GHz

0.5 mile

Mini Panel Single-band

+8 dB

2.4 GHz

0.15 mile

Mini Panel Dual-band

+8 dB

2.4 / 5 GHz

0.15 mile

Omni Dual-band

+9 dB

2.4 / 5 GHz

0.06 mile

All Outdoor WiFi Antennas

Outdoor Antenna Type

Yagi Dual-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 / 5 GHz

Max Reach

1 mile

Yagi Single-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

1 mile

Omni Single-band

Gain

+15 dB

Frequency

5 GHz

Max Reach

1 mile

Omni Single-band

Gain

+11 dB

Frequency

5 GHz

Max Reach

5 miles

Panel

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

1 mile

Grid Single-band

Gain

+24 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

8 miles

Grid Dual-band

Gain

+24 dB

Frequency

2.4 / 5 GHz

Max Reach

8 miles

All Indoor WiFi Antennas

Indoor Antenna Type

Yagi Dual-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 / 5 GHz

Max Reach

0.5 mile

Yagi Single-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

0.5 mile

Yagi Single-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

5 GHz

Max Reach

0.25 mile

Panel Single-band

Gain

+14 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

0.25 mile

Mini Panel Single-band

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Reach

0.15 mile

Mini Panel Dual-band

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

2.4 / 5 GHz

Max Reach

0.15 mile

Omni Dual-band

Gain

+9 dB

Frequency

2.4 / 5 GHz

Max Reach

0.06 mile

Choosing the Right Outdoor or Indoor WiFi Antenna

WiFi antennas come in two types:

  • Directional (yagi, panel, mini-panel and grid)
  • Omni-directional (omni)

Directional antennas work like a flashlight

It has a smaller area of coverage, but reaches farther in the distance. Under best conditions, it can reach up to 8 miles outdoors or 0.5 mile (2,640 ft) indoors. It’s important to note the smaller the broadcasting pattern, the farther the reach, so it’s a tradeoff with area coverage vs reach.

Yagi, cantennas, panel, and grid antennas are directional antennas with yagi being the most popular and grid being the most powerful.

Directional antennas are best used in low-signal areas when you need to reach far in the distance to grab signal outdoors or you need to broadcast signal down a long hallway indoors.

Omni-directional antennas work like a lamp

It has a 360 degree coverage area, but has limited range. Under best conditions, it can range up to 1 mile outdoors or .06 mile (316 feet) indoors.

Omni-directional antennas are shaped like cylinders and are best for all-purpose use.

Gain (dB)

Gain, measured in dB, is the additional signal strength gained from the antenna. The higher the dB, the better. dB is also measured exponentially, so a +3 dB is more than double the power!

Frequency

WiFi signal operates at 2.4 GHz and 5GHz. WiFi antennas can either be single-band (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) or dual-band (both 2.4 GHz and 5GHz).

2.4 GHz has the ability to reach farther and is a global standard. 5 GHz has the ability to be much faster, but has a much shorter reach. We typically recommend going with 2.4 GHz for long range WiFi signal.

Max Reach

Reach is dependent on the situation and every situation is different, so results will differ. Under best conditions like open spaces and clear line of sight, performance will be better.

However, interference such as distance, trees, mountains, buildings, building material, and metal can impede performance.

Cell Phone Antennas

Improve the range of your cell phone, signal booster, and cellular device with special-made cellular antennas by Simple WiFi.

Outdoor Cell Antennas: Bestsellers

Indoor Cell Antennas: Bestsellers

Yagi +12 dBi

Omni (Low Profile) +3 dBi

Grid +26 dBi

Omni Mag Mount +3 dBi

Panel +8 dBi

Panel (Window Mount) +8 dBi

Outdoor Cell Antennas: Bestsellers

Yagi +12 dBi

Grid +26 dBi

Panel +8 dBi

Indoor Cell Antennas: Bestsellers

Omni (Low Profile) +3 dBi

Omni Mag Mount +3 dBi

Panel (Window Mount) +8 dBi

What You Need to Know About Cellular Antennas

Cellular antennas help improve the coverage and performance of your cellular router or signal booster. Simple WiFi specializes in long range cell phone antennas that help reach or broadcast 4G LTE & 3G signal from a distance.

Outdoor long range cell phone antennas are best at capturing signal from a cell tower. Indoor long range cell phone antennas are best at broadcasting signal farther indoors.

All Outdoor Cell Phone Antennas

Outdoor Antenna Type

Gain

Frequency

Max Reach (Up to)

Omni

+3 dB

5-Band

3 miles

Yagi

+8 dB

5-Band

4 miles

Yagi

+12 dB

5-Band

5 miles

Panel (Hour Glass)

+8 dB

5-Band

4.5 miles

Grid

+26 dB

600-6500

10 miles

All Indoor Cell Phone Antennas

Indoor Antenna Type

Gain

Frequency

Max Reach (Up to)

Omni (Low Profile)

+3 dB

5-Band

3,000ft

Omni (Round Tip)

+3 dB

5-Band

3,000ft

Omni (Magnet Mount)

+3 dB

5-Band

1 mile (to tower)

Panel (Hour Glass)

+8 dB

5-Band

5000ft

Panel (Window-mount)

+8 dB

5-Band

2 miles to tower

Panel (Wilson-style)

+8 dB

5-Band

5000ft

All Outdoor Cell Phone Antennas

Outdoor Antenna Type

Omni

Gain

+3 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

3 miles

Yagi

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

4 miles

Yagi

Gain

+12 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

5 miles

Panel (Hour Glass)

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

4.5 miles

Grid

Gain

+26 dB

Frequency

600-6500

Max Reach

10 miles

All Indoor Cell Phone Antennas

Indoor Antenna Type

Omni (Low Profile)

Gain

+3 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

3,000ft

Omni (Round Tip)

Gain

+3 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

3,000ft

Omni (Magnet Mount)

Gain

+3 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

1 mile (to tower)

Panel (Hour Glass)

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

5000ft

Panel (Window-mount)

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

2 mile to tower

Panel (Wilson-style)

Gain

+8 dB

Frequency

5-Band

Max Reach

5000ft

Choosing the Right Outdoor or Indoor Cell Phone Antenna

Cell phone antennas come in two types:

  • Directional (yagi, panel, mini-panel and grid)
  • Omni-directional (omni)

Directional antennas work like a flashlight

It has a smaller area of coverage, but reaches farther in the distance. Under best conditions, it can reach up to XXX miles outdoors or XXX indoors. It’s important to note the smaller the broadcasting pattern, the farther the reach, so it’s a tradeoff with area coverage vs reach.

Yagi, cantennas, panel, and grid antennas are directional antennas with yagi being the most popular and grid being the most powerful.

Directional antennas are best used in low-signal areas when you need to reach far in the distance to grab signal outdoors or you need to broadcast signal down a long hallway indoors.

Omni-directional antennas work like a lamp

It has a 360 degree coverage area, but has limited range. Under best conditions, it can range up to XXX mile outdoors or XXX indoors.

Omni-directional antennas are shaped like cylinders and are best for all-purpose use.

Gain (dB)

Gain, measured in dB, is the additional signal strength gained from the antenna. The higher the dB, the better. dB is also measured exponentially, so a +3 dB is more than double the power!

Frequency

Cell phone signal operates at 5 bands: a combination of 4G LTE for data and 3G for talk & text. All our cell phone antennas are 5-band. Our grid antenna is 5G-ready since it can reach up to 6.5 GHz.

Band

Frequency

Band 12/17

700 MHz

Band 13

700 MHz

Band 5

850 MHz

Band 4

1700 / 2100MHz

Band 25/2

1900 MHz

Max Reach

Reach is dependent on the situation and every situation is different, so results will differ. Under best conditions like open spaces and clear line of sight, performance will be better.

However, interference such as distance, trees, mountains, buildings, building material, and metal can impede performance.

Cables

Bestselling Cables

40’ L-400 N-Male to SMA-Male

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20’ L-240 N-Male to SMA-Male

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10’ L-400 N-Male to N-Male

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What You Need to Know About Our Cables

Our cables are custom-made in-house, delivering quality and precision that only Simple WiFi provides (and cares about!).

Cable Type

Min - Max Length

Connector Options

L-195

3 to 10 ft

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

L-240

10 to 20 ft

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

L-400

20 to 100 ft

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

CAT5E

100 ft

RJ-45 Male

Band

Min - Man Lenght

L-195

3 to 10 ft

L-240

10 to 20 ft

L-400

20 to 100 ft

CAT5E

100 ft

Band

Connector Options

L-195

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

L-240

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

L-400

N-Male and/or SMA-Male RP

CAT5E

RJ-45 Male

Choosing the Right Cable

Cable Type:It’s pretty simple

  • L-195: Good
  • L-240: Better
  • L-400: Best

Cable Length

There are two important things to remember: thicker coaxial cable means more signal being carried and less cable length means less signal loss. So get the right cable type and length for the job.

Connector Options

Our custom-made cables can be terminated N-Male to N-Male, SMA-Male-RP to SMA-Male-RP, or N-Male to SMA-Male-RP and vice versa.