Chameleon gateways and modems require an antenna to access the cellular network. All antennas are designed to support 800/900 Mhz bands and 1800/1900 bands. Selected models offer an active GPS antenna. Scroll below to learn which antenna is best for your modem's requirements.
This tri-band antenna with integrated GPS is designed to adhere to the roof of a moving vehicle. Puck antennas are low profile and less prone to breakage and vandalism. Mounts using a through-hole or magnetic mount.
RF Whip antenna
The RF Whip is a stiff yet flexible antenna, generally about 14" long and is available with a through-hole or magnetic mount. It's intended for outside applications, but can be used indoors as well. Whip style antennas typically provide the best all round performance. Some whip antennas offer integrated GPS in the base of the antenna.
Rubber Duck antenna
Typically a smaller antenna, the "Rubber Ducky" is directly mounted to a modem. This antenna works well though doesn't offer integrated GPS. They are not intended for outdoor installations, unless the modem is housed in a plastic box.
Small and low profile with integrated GPS, the stubby antenna has a small wire whip. Mounts using a through-hole or magnetic mount. The through-hole mount is shown here.
Trimble GPS antenna
Compact and water resistant, this GPS antenna has a magnetic mount for quick convenient placement on or inside of a vehicle.