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Old September 1st, 2016, 08:44 PM   #1
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3G/4G antennas advice

Hi Guys

I'm doing a wedding shoot in a month and according to the mobile coverage map the hilly area is a bit dicey for 4G reception but seems OK for 3G so streaming the ceremony should be OK ... Is it worth getting an antenna? eBay seems to have stacks of the Omni antennas for MIMO wifi hotspots (the ones in a plastic square case with an "X" shaped antenna inside ...Are they worth trying or would a proper dual yagi pair on a stand be a better bet. Just wondering if anyone is using the basic Omni ones as this location is out of the city a bit in rolling hills country ? If anyone asks, no, the venue has no facilities at all for an Ethernet connection so I have to rely on 3G or 4G ... pretty typical on this side of the world for wedding ceremonies... parks in the middle of nowhere!!
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