32261 2 dBd 4G/3G Multiband Omnidirectional Antenna


The 32261 is an omnidirectional antenna ideally suited for use with 4G and 3G cellular gateways. The antenna has an N type (female) threaded permanent stud for easy mounting through an enclosure wall. This antenna does not include mast mounting hardware. It is intended to be purchased as a replacement part for the 32262 or to be bulkhead mounted through an enclosure wall. A metal ground plane should be provided to the antenna either by bulkhead mounting it through a metal enclosure or with the addition of a metal plate when mounting in a non-metallic enclosure. A coaxial cable, sold separately, is required to connect this antenna to the inline surge suppression or radio antenna jack.



Antenna Type Omnidirectional, multiband
Use 4G/3G cellular, outdoor or indoor, fixed location or mobile
Frequency Range 698 to 960 MHz, 1710 to 2700 MHz
Nominal Peak Gain
  • 1.4 dBd (@ 698 to 960 MHz)
  • 3.3 dBd (@ 1710 to 1990 MHz)
  • 2.4 dBd (@ 2100 to 2700 MHz)
VSWR < 2.5:1
Radome Material High Heat ABS
Polarization Vertical
Impedance 50 ohm
Maximum Input Power 100 W
Input Connection Type N, threaded, female
Operating Temperature -40° to +85°C
Dimensions 8.38 x 3.66 cm (3.3 x 1.44 in.)


Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.

Data Loggers

Product Compatible Note
CR300 Compatible with the -CELL2XX options.
CR310 Compatible with the -CELL2XX options.
CR350 Compatible with the -CELL2XX options.

Communication Devices

Product Compatible Note
LS300G (retired)
RAVEN100 (retired)
RAVEN105 (retired)
RAVEN110 (retired)
RAVENXTA (retired)
RAVENXTG (retired)
RAVENXTV (retired)
REDWING100 (retired)
REDWING105 (retired)
RV50 (retired)

Additional Compatibility Information

The 32261 is well suited for 4G/3G cellular communications. 

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