STEP 1: Your AT&T AirCard 779S Hotspot operates on these frequency bands: LTE Band 2 LTE Band 4 LTE Band 5 LTE Band 17. Determine what frequency bands your operator uses here. Then determine compatible antennas based on what your device supports and what your operator supports here.
STEP 2: Determine the cable length you need from the outdoor antenna to the AT&T AirCard 779S Hotspot and configure your length here (select N-Male on both ends)
STEP 3: Determine if you need a lightning protection device. If you do, you will need a jumper cable.
STEP 4: Order the pigtail for your modem below:
PIG779S (NOTE: Need this pigtail to connect this device to antenna cable. It is included in preconfigured kits.)
STEP 5: If the pigtail's Connector 2 is FME-F you will need an N-Female/FME-F adapter to mate to the N-Male cable in step 2. Alternatively, select an N-Male/FME-M cable in step 2 above (more expensive and less re-usable) to avoid requiring this adapter.
Contact us if unsure about any of the steps above or for help configuring your coverage/speed improvement solution or visit our support website to learn more.
To use your AT&T AirCard 779S Hotspot in a vehicle, consider the LTE antennas below.
See below for other LTE antennas or contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for
Other LTE Antennas