DAS Antennas

698 - 4200 MHz 5 dBi MIMO Omni Ceiling Antenna

Model: TQC-0642-5

Freq.: 698-4200 MHz

Gain: 5 dBi

VSWR: ≤1.5

HPBWv: 60°

Polarization: Vertical

  • Innovative mounting accessories for easier installation
  • Ultra-thin, more space saving, reduce transportation costs


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Introduction to 698-4200 Mhz Omni Antenna

This DAS Indoor Wireless Ceiling antenna is a compact 5G/4G LTE MIMO Dome antenna with high performance and low VSWR in the frequency range of 698-4200MHz for distributed antenna systems (DAS) to solve building coverage problems. In addition to its good performance in the operating frequency band of 5G/4G LTE, it can also cover 3G and 2G frequency bands, which can meet the needs of most users around the world and help the majority of users solve indoor signal coverage problems. At the same time, its innovative installation firmware and beautiful appearance make it a more suitable choice for individual users.

This antenna uses low-loss RG141 coaxial cable and pure copper connectors to ensure high efficiency of the antenna. Smaller size and thinner thickness, higher cost performance, make it more popular with distributors.

XJS Technology offers customized cable lengths, cable types and connector types. Contact us for support, your satisfaction is our greatest honor.

Is A Higher DBi Antenna Better?

Technically, the dBi number of the antenna, the higher the gain in terms of signal strength and coverage. The dBi rating of an antenna indicates its gain, which refers to how effectively the antenna can focus and amplify the signal in a specific direction compared to a theoretical isotropic radiator (an idealized antenna that radiates equally in all directions). Therefore, 698-4200 mhz omni antenna has relatively wide coverage, so it is the one of the commonly used antenna in the communication industry.

What is The Frequency of The Omni Antenna?

This omni antenna has a frequency range from 698 to 4200. The 698-4200mhz omni antenna is a good option used in LPWAN, LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT, IoT, M2M applications.

Which is Better Omni or Directional Antenna?

It depends on how you plan to use the antenna. For example, the 698-4200mhz omni antenna is better for applications requiring full coverage. By contrast, the most directional antenna usually has better performance in signal acceptance. It can pull in signals from greater distances.

What Are The Disadvantages of Omni directional Antenna?

Although the omni mimo antenna is a good option for building up a full coverage system, it still has some drawbacks. On the one hand, it has a short communication range, so it may not good one for applications that require long-distance communication. On the one hand, it  may not be an ideal option for areas where poor signal areas where the culprit is cell tower distance.

Where the 698-4200 Mhz Omni Antenna Can be Used?

The 698-4200 mhz omni antenna has a wide frequency band that can used in various applications.

Cellular Networks (2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G): Omni antennas in this frequency range are commonly used to provide coverage for multiple generations of cellular networks. They can enhance signal strength and coverage in urban and rural areas, making them essential for telecom operators.


Mobile Communication: These antennas are used in various mobile communication applications, including voice and data transmission. They enable reliable wireless communication in densely populated areas and are often used in base stations.


Public Safety and Emergency Services: Omni antennas are crucial for public safety networks, such as police, fire, and emergency medical services. They help ensure reliable communication during emergencies and natural disasters.


Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n): Omni antennas in this frequency range can be used to enhance Wi-Fi coverage in indoor and outdoor environments. They are commonly found in Wi-Fi access points and routers to provide wireless internet access to users.


Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS): DAS solutions are used to improve wireless coverage in large buildings, stadiums, airports, and other venues. Omni antennas are a key component of DAS, ensuring even signal distribution and network performance.


Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communications: Omni antennas play a vital role in connecting a wide range of IoT and M2M devices, including sensors, smart meters, and industrial equipment. They enable the efficient exchange of data in IoT ecosystems.


Wireless LAN (Local Area Network) Systems: These antennas are used in business and residential environments to create wireless networks, allowing devices to connect to the internet and each other. They are compatible with various Wi-Fi standards.


Wideband and Multi-band Applications: Omni antennas that cover a wide frequency range are valuable when there's a need for flexibility across multiple applications and frequency bands, as they can provide coverage without frequent antenna replacements.


SOFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access): This technology is used in WiMAX and LTE systems. Omni antennas that support SOFDMA can be used to improve the efficiency and performance of these wireless communication standards.


3.5 GHz Band Applications: In the 3.5 GHz band, omni antennas are used for various applications, including fixed wireless access (FWA), wireless broadband, and other wireless services.

What Are the Features of A 698-4200mhz Ceiling Antenna?




Frequency Range

698 - 4200 MHz 


5 dBi

Horizontal Beamwidth(3dB)


Vertical Beamwidth(3dB)





≤ 1.5


50 Ω   


N-Female or Customized

Max. Power

50 W 

Lightning Protection

DC Ground


Φ 280 x 33 mm


0.45 kg

Operating Temperature


Radome Material



Buckle Installation

Whether you're seeking reliable signal reception for your home, office, or public space, this 698-4200mhz ceiling antenna is engineered to deliver exceptional results that redefine your wireless experience.

Featuring an impressive 5 dBi gain, our 698-4200mhz ceiling antenna guarantees enhanced signal strength and improved coverage. With this remarkable gain, you can seamlessly connect to networks even in areas with challenging signal conditions, making dropped calls and slow data speeds a thing of the past. If you are not satisfied with the gain the 4900-6400 mhz dish antenna provides, you can contact XJS. XJS also offers the mimo dish antennas with various gains. The 32 dbi mimo dish antenna is one of the hot-sell products in the XJS.

Setting up the TQC-0642-5x2 698-4200mhz ceiling antenna is a breeze, thanks to its buckle installation system. Whether you're an individual user, a business owner, or an IT professional, you'll appreciate the simplicity and convenience of our installation process.

This 698-4200mhz ceiling antenna has an excellent performance in any environment. From extreme temperatures as low as -40℃ to scorching highs of +65℃, this antenna remains steadfast in its performance. Its DC ground lightning protection ensures added safety, safeguarding your equipment during unexpected electrical events.


698-4200mhz ceiling antenna

What are the Applications of 4900-6400 Mhz Dish Antenna?

  • LPWAN, LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT, IoT, M2M applications
  • In-building cellular networks
  • DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems)
  • IEEE 802.11b/g WiFi applications
  • Public safety
  • 3.5 GHz Band Applications
  • Wireless LAN systems & IEEE 802.11n & 802.16e Applications