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NEW Omni-Directional MIMO Antenna To Be Featured At CTIA Super Mobility 2016!

Itasca, IL, September 5, 2016 – Mobile Mark released the new Omni-Directional MIMO Antenna designed for M2M applications. This OD3-700/2700 is to be featured at CTIA Super Mobility 2016 on September 7th – 9th, 2016 in Las Vegas!

The OD3 Series Antennas provide two-cable feeds, each with identical frequency coverage for true multiple-input-multiple-output performance.  The antenna elements cover 694-960 MHz with 2 dBi gain & 1710-2170 MHz with 3 dBi gain.  The Antenna and heavy duty bracket are designed for quick and easy installation.

The separate antenna elements are housed within the compact rugged radome. Each element is fed to a separate connector and each covers the entire bandwidth specified. The DOD Series omni-directional antennas have passed Industry standards for Shock & Vibration. The antennas have also been rated IPx5 for Water Ingress. The antennas are durable and rugged. They can withstand the harshest environments of snow, wind, rain and ice.

CTIA is the industry hotspot for everything wireless.  It will feature exhibits in one space to see how advances in the mobile world is redefining every part of daily life!

The new OD Series will be on display at CTIA Super Mobility and Tower Summit, booth #4147.

About Mobile Mark, Inc.
Mobile Mark, Inc. designs and manufactures site, mobile, device, embedded and covert antennas for 137 MHz – 9 GHz. Applications include GPS Tracking & Fleet Management, Cellular GSM/CDMA, LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, RFID, Public Safety, Military and Machine-to-Machine (M2M). Engineering and custom design services are available. Mobile Mark’s global headquarters, which include a manufacturing plant and research facilities, are located near Chicago, IL. An additional manufacturing and sales facility is located near Birmingham, UK. Further information on Mobile Mark’s WiFi Antennas can be found on our website:

Eleanor Sylvan, VP Marketing
Mobile Mark, Inc.
Tel: 847-671-6690

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