Itasca, IL – March 20, 2018 – Mobile Mark and Comtelco brand antennas cover commercially available wireless networks as well as specialized networks. We cover the full range of Land Mobile Radio ( LMR ) frequencies including 25-174 MHz, 220-512 MHz, 700 MHz and 800 MHz. Antenna styles include: Omni-Directional Base station, Whip-style Mobile, Broadband & Multiband, Directional Infrastructure, and Low-Profile Mobile antennas.
Mobile Mark to Feature NEW M2M & IoT antenna solutions now Compatible with LoRa at IWCE2018 In Orlando, Fl.
Itasca, IL –February 28, 2018 – Mobile Mark has released new M2M and IoT antenna solutions compatible with LTE, WiFi & LoRa. Our antennas will be on display at IWCE 2018 taking place March 7th-8th in Orlando, FL – Booth #2848
Itasca, IL – February 15, 2018 – For fixed site applications requiring broadband Cellular M2M capability, Mobile Mark’s OD3-700/2700 offers a pole mounted solution for the best possible omni-directional antenna performance.
Itasca, IL – January 30, 2018 – Now officially a member of the LoRa alliance, Mobile Mark has released new M2M and IoT antenna solutions compatible with LTE, WiFi & Lora. Our antennas will be on display at Mobile World Congress 2018 taking place February 26-March 1st in Barcelona – Hall 7, Stand 7C25.
High gain 2xLTE MIMO Panel Antenna for Cellular Infrastructure & FirstNet roll-outs introduced by Mobile Mark
Itasca, IL — Feb 6, 2018 — Mobile Mark introduces a new Panel Antenna designed to be part of a Cellular Infrastructure for M2M communications, IoT networks and FirstNet roll-outs. The new antenna (model #: PND10-700/2700) features two elements with individual feeds for the all Cellular, LTE and FirstNet applications.
The antenna uses a dual polarized MIMO design with elements positioned in a +45° and -45°. The antenna configuration is designed to help eliminate multipath & reflection.
Itasca, IL, January 1, 2018 – Mobile Mark has released new M2M and IoT antenna solutions compatible with LTE, WiFi & Lora. Our new line of embedded antennas combined with our display of our new low profile ISM antennas will be featured at CES 2018 on January 9th – 11th, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mobile Mark offers flexibility with off-the-shelf or custom designed embedded antennas. For applications requiring covert mounting, our low profile, impact resistant antennas can be mounted internally or externally. Solutions include the antenna board itself, as well as an antenna board in an over-molded, or custom-shaped radome.
Itasca, IL – January 4, 2018 –With DSRC, ITS technologies, and Smart Transportation Management Systems constantly on the rise, antenna buyers now more than ever require reliable mobile antennas specifically designed for the 5.9 GHz band. Mobile Mark’s new SMW-313 combines MIMO functionality for 2x DSRC on the 5.8-6.0 GHz band, in addition to GPS at 1575 MHz. Installing a DSRC focused vehicle antenna like the SMW-313 ensures that mobile network users always have the best possible connection.
Itasca, IL – September 27, 2017 – The term “Intelligent Transportation Systems” refers to an area of vehicle and infrastructure communications technology that is growing faster and larger every day. The infrastructure side of ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems relies on communication systems installed both on vehicles and by the wayside of roads. In order to establish a strong omni-directional signal, a wayside antenna such as the ECO12-5900 can be installed to communicate with vehicles on the road.
Itasca, IL – August 10, 2017 – Using a new form factor that has reduced size while maintaining performance, the LLP302 is a low profile design that has improved upon Mobile Mark’s most popular combination GPS Antenna Fleet Management designs.
Itasca, IL – June 22, 2017 – Mobile Mark manufactures a variety of GPS Antenna Designs that can also be combined with other wireless capabilities such as WiFi and Cellular LTE. The LTM and SMW series put Mobile Mark on the map as a manufacturer of combination antennas with MIMO connections for WiFi, LTE, and other frequencies in addition to GPS. Now, the LLP series sets a new standard for low profile combination antennas.