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RF X-TREME™ Cross Polarized Triple Band (6 port) Antenna, 698-894 / 1695-2360 / 1695-2360 MHz, 65deg, 15.5/18.6/18.6dBi, 6ft, VET, RET & Bias-T

The new RF X-TREME base station antenna design provides the highest gain and cross polar discrimination combined with the best vertical pattern control of any triple band antenna. It is an ideal choice for site upgrades and new deployments where three frequency bands, or MIMO/4 RX diversity, is used to add capacity and increase coverage. Only 14.5 inches wide and 6 feet high, it maintains the size of a dual band antenna, while adding a third antenna path with no compromise in RF performance. It can be used for 2G, 3G and 4G technologies. This multi-band antenna features superior pattern symmetry and a phase shifter for each radiating dipole providing exceptional patterns at all tilt settings. It is supplied with two integrated AISG 2.0 antenna control units (ACU) for remote electrical tilt (RET) compatibility. It also includes an internal smart Bias-T on the low band and high band ports.


  • Cross polarization — triple band version with 6 ports (2x 698-894 MHz and 4x 1695-2360 MHz)
  • Pair shifting of dipoles minimized — reduces quantization lobe interference issues (Low Band has only top two dipoles shifted in pairs and High Band has only top two and bottom two dipoles shifted in pairs)
  • Superior X-Pol Discrimination — Improves Rx diversity
  • High suppression of upper sidelobes — reduces cell interference
  • Enhanced tilt range from 0-14 degrees for 698-894MHz and 0-10 degrees for 1695-2360MHz — ideal for applications in dense areas
  • Variable electrical downtilt — provides enhanced precision in controlling intercell interference
  • High reliability — designed to last in a tower top environment
  • Design incorporates low windload and low weight — minimizes tower loading
  • Quick and easy to install — reduces installation time and costs
  • Includes two integrated smart Bias-Ts (1x low band, 1x high band)

Technical features

Electrical Specifications

Frequency Range MHz698-806806-8941695-18801850-19901920-22002305-2360
Gain dBi (dBd)15.0 (12.9)15.5 (13.4)17.6 (15.5)18.0 (15.9)18.2 (16.1)18.6 (16.5)
Horizontal Beamwidth deg656168656058
Vertical Beamwidth deg12.711.
Electrical Downtilt Range deg0-140-140-100-100-100-10
1st Upper Sidelobe Suppression dB18
Front-To-Back Ratio dB>25>25>28>28>28>28
PolarizationDual pol +/-45°
VSWR< 1.5:1
Isolation between Ports dB>28 typ.
3rd Order IMP @ 2 x 43 dBmdBc>153
Cross Polar Discrimination (XPD) 0° dB>16>20>20>20>20>20
Cross Polar Discrimination (XPD) ± 60° dB>9>7>11>10>9>5
Impedance Ohms50
Maximum Power Input W500500300300300300
Beamwidth (Approximate) deg65
Frequency/Operating BandLTE700 (698-896 MHz)
Cellular (824-849, 869-894 MHz)
PCS 1900 (1850-1990 MHz)
DCS 1800 (1710-1785, 1805-1880 MHz)
GSM 900 (872-915, 917-960 MHz)
3G/UMTS (Single, Broad, Dual and Triple-Band)
AWS Band (1710-1755, 2110-2155 MHz)
Antenna TypeDual Polarized-Triple Band
Electrical Down Tilt OptionVariable

Mechanical Specifications

Lightning ProtectionDirect Ground
Connector Type/Location(6) 7-16 Long Neck Female/Bottom
Dimensions - HxWxD mm (in)1831 x 370 x 206 (72.1 x 14.6 x 8.1)
Weight w/o Mtg Hardware kg (lb)31.8 (70)
Survival/Rated Wind Speed km/h (mph]240 (150) / 150 (93.2)
Applied Wind Load StandardDIN 1055-4
Wind Load @ Rated Wind, FrontN (lbf)1041 (234)
Wind Load @ Rated Wind, SideN (lbf)378 (85)
Mount TypeDowntilt
Height (Approximate) ft.6

Testing and Environmental

Operation temperature °C (°F)-40 to 60 (-40 to 140 )


Radome Material/ColorASA/Light Grey RAL7035
Mounting Hardware MaterialAPM40-2

Ordering Information

Shipping Weight kg (lb)39.8 (88)
Packing Dimensions, HxWxD mm (in)1939 x 451 x 394 (76.3 x 17.8 x 15.5)
Mounting HardwareAPM40-2
Mounting Pipe Diameter mm (in)60 - 120 (2.36 - 4.72 )
Mounting Hardware Weight kg (lb)3.4 (7.5)

Antenna End Plate

Antenna Array

Antenna Drawing


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