PIGMR1100 (need this pigtail to connect this device to existing antenna installations -- kits below already include it)
Search Cable Adapters
Pigtails for other devices
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.
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
SMA-M, RP-SMA-M, SMA-M (GPS)
SMA-M (all cables)
RPSMA-M for 2 WiFi cables
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
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
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
See below for alternate and portable power solutions for AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1)
Portable Power Solutions
AT&T Nighthawk Hotspot (Netgear ATLAS M1) Datasheet
Discuss in the Forums (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)
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.
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