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BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router

Also certified in T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint

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Signal Improvement Solutions (Cellular)
BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router 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

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Cellular Repeaters/ Bi-Directional Amplifiers

Because the BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router 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

Customize your solution

STEP 1: Your BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router operates on these frequency bands: . Determine what frequency bands your operator uses here, then click on the frequency band link to view the best rated 4G LTE antennas compatible with the frequency band that both your device and your cellular operator supports.

 

STEP 2: Determine the cable length you need from the outdoor antenna to the BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router 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:

 

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.

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)
BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router includes 4 antenna ports to attach external WLAN antennas. See below for different options for high gain and high performance indoor and outdoor antennas to improve the signal strength and indoor coverage.
Pigtails & Connectors for WiFi Antenna Port

This device has 4 RPSMA-Female antenna ports. To mate this port to an N-Male coaxial cable (or an antenna with an N-Male connector) use an RPSMA-Male to N-Female adapter as below:

RPSMA-Male to N-Female Adapter

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Select Indoor/ Outdoor WiFi Antennas

WiFi Antennas

Vehicle WiFi Antennas

Outdoor WiFi Antennas Kits

WiFi Repeaters/ Extenders/ Amplifiers

Because the BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router device has an external antenna port, you could use the high gain external antenna kits above to boost your signal. However, if your access point is very far, or you need to reach a WLAN station that is very far, or you require a very long cable run to get from the antenna mounting location to the device (long runs lead to large signal loss) consider using an WLAN signal bidirectional amplifier the supported WLAN band to extend your WLAn coverage within regulatory limits

WiFi Antenna Boosters

Wireless Site & Infrastructure Solutions

See below for wireless site components to integrate BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router to your wireless infrastructure

Outdoor Radio Enclosure

Low loss RF Cables

Other Wireless Site Accessories

Power Solutions

See below for remote and backup power solutions for BEC MX-1200 MXConnect Enterprise Multi-Carrier Router

Off-Grid Solar Solutions

Remote Power Solutions

Additional Device Support

Discuss in the Forums (user community input)

Learn More about LTE Signal Improvement Solutions

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Broadband Wireless Resources

Reference Engineering Drawings (RFWEL Engr)

Contact us

  • Cellular Operators
    ATT
  • Brand/ Manufacturer
    BEC Technologies
  • Device Type
    Wireless Routers
  • Cellular Radio Specifications
    • Cellular Standards
      LTE-A
    • LTE Category
      Category 6
    • Cellular Radio Includes External Antenna Port?
      Yes
    • Number of Cellular Antenna Ports
      2
    • Cellular Antenna Port Type
      SMA-Female
    • Carrier Aggregation Supported?
      Yes
    • Number of CA Carriers Supported
      2
  • WLAN Radio Specifications
    • WLAN Standard
      802.11a (Wi-Fi 2), 802.11b (Wi-Fi 1), 802.11g (Wi-Fi 3), 802.11n (Wi-Fi 4), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5)
    • WLAN Frequency Band
      2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
    • WLAN Radio Includes External Antenna Port?
      Yes
    • WLAN Antenna Port Type
      RPSMA-Female
    • Number of External WLAN Antenna Ports
      4
  • GNSS Radio Specifications
    • Includes External GPS Antenna Port?
      Yes
    • GPS External Antenna Port Type
      SMA-Female
  • Mechanical
    • Dimensions (inch)
      1.97 x 8.86 x 6.79
    • Operating Temperature (degF)
      -40 to 140

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