STEP 1: Your AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) operates on these frequency bands: LTE B1 (2100 MHz) LTE B2 (1900 MHz) LTE B3 (1800 MHz) LTE B4 (1700 MHz) LTE B5 (850 MHz) LTE B7 (2600 MHz) LTE B12 (700 MHz) LTE B29 (700 MHz) LTE B30 (2300 MHz) LTE B66 (1700/2100 MHz). 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 Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) 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:
PIGMR1100 (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 Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) 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