AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1)
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AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1)

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Signal Improvement Solutions (Cellular)
AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) includes 2 antenna ports to attach external cellular antennas. See below for different options for high gain and high performance indoor and outdoor antennas to improve the signal strength and indoor coverage. Additionally, see below for RF bidirectional amplifiers/ distributed antenna systems/ repeaters/ small cells to further improve indoor coverage without directly attaching pigtail/ cable the device.
Pigtail for External Cellular Antenna

PIGMR1100 (need this pigtail to connect this device to existing antenna installations -- kits below already include it)

Search Cable Adapters

Pigtails for other devices

Pre-Configured Outdoor Cellular Antenna Kits

See below for the most popular LTE antenna kits to boost the signal of your AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1). If none of these pre-configured kits works for you, see below for manual selection of choice of antenna, cable length, lightning protection, etc.

Antenna RFWEL SKU Antenna Specifications Cable Length Ligthning Protection
Outdoor Directional Panel Antennas Kits
RFWP10-MR1100-020 698-960 / 1700-2700 MHz, 10dBi, 65° / 15°, 26" x 13" x 5" 20'
RFWP10-MR1100-050 50'
RFWP10-MR1100-100 100'
Outdoor Direction Yagi Antenna Kits
RFWY12-MR1100-020 698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz, 12dBi, 70° / 60°, 35" x 9" x 2" 20'
RFWY12-MR1100-050 50'
RFWY12-MR1100-100 100'
Outdoor Omnidirection Antenna Kits
RFW0M9-MR1100-020 690-2700 MHz, 9dBi, Φ2" x 9" 20'

RFW0M9-MR1100-050 50'
RFW0M9-MR1100-100 100'
Cellular Repeaters/ Bi-Directional Amplifiers

Because the AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) device has an external antenna port you could use the high gain external antenna kits above to boost your signal. However, if your outdoor signal is very weak, or you require a very long cable run to get from the outdoor antenna to the device (long runs lead to large signal loss) consider using an RF bidirectional amplifier/ repeater suitable for the supported bands and cellular operator to boost your indoor coverage:

LTE Antenna Boosters/ RF Bidirectional Amplifiers/ Repeaters/ Relays

Other Select Indoor/ Outdoor Cellular Antennas
Multi-band LTE Antennas
Multi-band LTE Directional Panel Antennas
RFWLTWPA10NF 698-960 / 1700-2700 MHz 7/ 10 dBi N-F
M5277i 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz 5.5/ 8 dBi 2x N-F
Multi-band LTE Directional Yagi Antennas
RFWY072712D 698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz 9/12 dBi N-F
TS221171 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz 10 /11 dBi N-F
Multi-band LTE Low-Profile Mobile Antennas
GPSDM700/5800GGT Cable1: 698-2700 MHz (Cellular/LTE/AWS)
Cable2: 2400-2485/ 5150-5875 MHz (WiFi)
Cable3: 1575.42 MHz (GPS)
4.5/ 6.5 dBi




Cable 1 & 2 : 694-960 / 1710-2170 MHz (LTE)
Cable 3 & 4: 2400-2500 / 4900-6000 MHz (WiFi)
Cable 5: GPS
3/ 4 dBi

SMA-M (all cables)
RPSMA-M for 2 WiFi cables

RM-WLF-DN 694-894, 1700-2700 MHz 3 dBi N-F
SMW-305-3C3C2C 694-894 MHz; 2400-2500/ 4900-6000 MHz; 1575 MHz 3/5 dBi SMA-M
Multi-band LTE Desktop Antennas


698-960 / 1710-2700 MHz 2.5/ 4 dBi

2x TS-9
2x SMA-M

Multi-band LTE Omnidirectional Antennas
1273-PB 690-2700 MHz 4/ 9 dBi N-F
OC69271-FNF 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz 1.5/ 3.5 dBi N-F
Lower 700 MHz LTE Antennas
Lower 700MHz band includes: LTE Band 12 = 699 – 746 MHz; LTE Band 17 = 704 – 746 MHz. Used by AT&T, Rogers, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. Note that Band 17 is a subset of Band 12 (so any Band 12 antenna will work with Band 17 LTE devices)
Lower 700 MHz LTE Panel Antennas
PN9-700 694-806 MHz 9 dBi TNC-F
OD6-700 694-960 MHz 6 dBi N-F
Lower 700 MHz LTE Yagi Antennas
TS221171 698-960/ 1710-2700 MHz 10 /11 dBi N-F

To use your AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) in a vehicle, consider the LTE antennas below.

Vehicle LTE Antennas

See below for other LTE antennas or contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for

Other LTE Antennas

Signal Improvement Solutions (WiFi)
AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) is not listed as having an external WLAN antenna port in the RFWEL Wireless Device Information Database. This may be either because the device really does not have an external antenna port or RFWEL Wireless Device Specialists have not confirmed the existence and utility of such ports. Please contact us for the latest updates or if you believe this device contains external antenna ports and you would like to learn more about compatible signal improvement solutions.
WiFi Repeaters/ Extenders/ Amplifiers

Because the AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) is not listed as having an external antenna port, you would need to use a wireless network extender or repeater to increase the WiFi signal coverage

WiFi Antenna Boosters

Wireless Site & Infrastructure Solutions

See below for wireless site components to integrate AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) to your wireless infrastructure

Outdoor Radio Enclosure

Low loss RF Cables

Other Wireless Site Accessories

Power Solutions

See below for alternate and portable power solutions for AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1)

Portable Power Solutions

Additional Device Support

AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) Datasheet

View/Join the AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) Discussion Thread (user community input)

Learn More about LTE

Learn More about WLAN/WiFi

View Device in Manufacturer's Website

Broadband Wireless Resources

Reference Engineering Drawings (RFWEL Engr)

Contact us

Device questions

  • none
    Jan 2, 2018, 11:44

    What is the range of this device?

    WDI DB Admin
    Jan 2, 2018, 12:27

    It is very difficult to accurately predict the WiFi range because it is highly dependent on the environment where the device is used (e.g., number of obstructions, number of interferers such as other devices using the unlicensed Wifi bands, etc). That said, a useful indoor range of around 10-15 meters (~33ft to 50ft) is reasonable, more if you have a direct line of sight to the MiFi. You can still connect further away but your speed drops. Theoretical range for 802.11b/g is around 100m (330ft) outdoors and half that indoors; 802.11n roughly doubles this range.

  • Brand/ Manufacturer
  • Cellular Operator
  • Device Type
    Mobile Hotspot
  • Manufacturer
  • Cellular Radio Specifications
    • Cellular Standard
    • Cellular Band
      LTE Band 1 (2100 MHz), LTE Band 2, LTE Band 3, LTE Band 4, LTE Band 5, LTE Band 7, LTE Band 12 (700 MHz), LTE Band 29, LTE Band 30, LTE Band 66
    • LTE Category
      Category 16
    • Carrier Aggregation Supported?
    • Number of CA Carriers Supported
    • Cellular Radio MIMO Order
    • Cellular Radio Includes External Antenna Port?
    • Number of Cellular Antenna Ports
    • Cellular Antenna Port Type
    • Cellular Main Radio Chipset Vendor
    • Cellular Main Radio Chipset
  • WLAN Radio Specifications
    • WLAN Standard
      802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac
    • WLAN Frequency Band
      2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
    • WLAN Radio Includes External Antenna Port?
  • Mechanical
    • Weight (lbs)
    • Dimensions (inch)
      4.15 x 4.15 x 0.8