Blackhawk Omni MIMO Antenna

Wideband 700-2700 MHz, 2.5-4 dBi

Part Number: BH-MIMO-100

Ideal for Telstra Next-G and 4GX networks, Optus, and Vodafone 3G/4G.


Operating on all 3G and 4G frequencies in Australia and abroad, this high grade antenna can be used in a range of residential, commercial, and industrial mobile broadband applications on any mobile network.

The Blackhawk Wideband Omni MIMO Antenna provides an ideal solution for 4G data applications where a high speed MIMO data connection is required. This antenna is typically used to provide a high speed 4G connection in areas where 4G signal is weak. The antenna has been designed with a moderate gain (2.5 to 4 dBi) provide a wide receiving beamwidth, making it the perfect choice for situations with lots of obstructions such as nearby buildings or trees.

Make no mistake this antenna is a finely engineered antenna providing V-V nominal 2X2 MIMO with good envelope and isolation characteristics, ensuring highest possible data speeds in its design class. The antenna remains compact and visually unobtrusive despite operating an extremely wide frequency range 700 to 2700 MHz, ensuring your connection remains compatible with the rollout of LTE-A Pro and 3C carrier aggregation technologies.


  • 2.5 dBi gain across lower bands 698-960 MHz
  • 4 dBi gain across upper bands 1710-2700 MHz
  • Ruggedised construction for extreme conditions
  • UV-stable PVC construction
  • Stainless steel mounting clamp included
  • Two integrated N Female connectors
  • Includes two 5m LMR240 cables pre-fitted with SMA male connectors
  • Ideal for high speed 4G LTE applications.

Network Compatibility

Network Bandwidth Coverage Gain
Telstra 4GX 700 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Telstra Next-G 850 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Telstra 4G 1800 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Telstra 3G (Metro) 2100 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Telstra 4G (Metro) 2600 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Optus 4G+ 700 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Optus 3G 900 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Optus 4G 1800 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Optus 3G (Metro) 2100 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Optus 4G TDD 2300 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Optus 4G (Metro) 2600 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Vodafone 4G+ 850 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Vodafone 3G 900 MHz Yes 2.5 dBi
Vodafone 4G 1800 MHz Yes 4 dBi
Vodafone 3G (Metro) 2100 MHz Yes 4 dBi

Electrical Specifications

Frequency Range 698-960 MHz / 1710-2700 MHz
Input Impedance 50 Ω
Peak Gain 2.5 / 4 dBi
VSWR ≤2.5:1 / ≤2.0:1
Polarisation Dual vertical linear
Horizontal Beamwidth 360° (omnidirectional)
Vertical Beamwidth 60°
Inter-port Isolation >10 dB
Maximum Input Power 100 W

Mechanical Specifications

Input Connector 2x SMA Male
Cable 2x 5 m, LMR240
Lightning Protection DC Ground
Radiator Material Collinear copper elements
Radome Material UV stable PVC
Mounting Stainless Steel, pole mount Ø38-52 mm
Dimensions Ø63 × 380 mm
Weight 1.0 kg
Packing Dimensions 480 × 90 × 90 mm
Rated Wind Velocity 210 km/h
Operating Temperature -40 to +65°C

Download Specification Sheet

Blackhawk Omni MIMO Antenna Specification Sheet

4 Responses

  1. It might be best in class but if it's over $150 it's also too exxy. There isn't a lot of hardware in these little units and gain is as per their size,. I could lose 2dB gain just in the 5M of LMR 240!
    • Thank you for your enquiry regarding the Blackhawk Omni MIMO Antennas. As you have stated, yes the antenna does cost over $150. These days you really do get what you pay for. These antennas have been designed specifically to pair with our Cel-Fi units and Altai Wifi Access Points to have the best outcome. In regards to the dBi loss with our LMR240 cable, our technicians have tested all our cabling and the dBi loss of 240 is at 0.2533 per meter, LMR400 is 0.13 dBi loss per meter. You could potentially be referring to a particular cable, I'm not sure. We generally move up to the LMR400 cable at 15m as the loss does become more and more significant. The incoming signal of any antenna also relies hugely on the output from the tower, distance and trigonometry between the tower and external antenna. We do have alternate antennas available that are also Omnidirectional but don't have MIMO capacity , I have linked these below found at our Australian distributor. Please don't hesitate to get in contact if you have any further questions.
  2. Hi Please advise if this antenna can be purchased with LMR400 cables instead? I am interested in buying antenna with 5m LMR400 cables instead of the standard LMR240 cables. Thank you Paul
    • Good Morning Paul Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, You can purchase these cables separately to the antenna.

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