MiPro AT70Wa

MIPRO AT70Wa Omni-directional Transmit/Receive Antenna.

Original price was: $475.00.Current price is: $396.00.

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MiPro AT70Wa Omni-directional Transmit/Receive Antenna. TNC input connectors to connect with a receiver or a transmitter. RX connector has a 0-12dB adjustable booster. Can either be mounted on a mic stand or wall-mounted with MS-90 bracket. Priced per unit.


  • The AT-70W is a bi-functional omni-directional antenna for professional receiving and transmitting applications. It is optimized for 470 ~ 1000 MHz, which is fully compatible with US and EU new telecom regulations. It has a 2 ~ 4 dBi gain which is ideal for any specific installation requiring full directionality. It can be easily distinguished by its new “W-Shape” appearance.
  • The AT-70W has two input connectors: “TX/RX” connector can be connected to a transmitter or receiver, however, connection to a short coaxial cable is recommended when connected to a receiver. The “RX” connector can be connected to a receiver only and has a built-in 0 ~ 12 dB ± 1 dB gain adjustable booster, thus providing extended reception range and compensating for the signal loss of coaxial cable to improve reception range and signal quality.
  • The AT-70W offers users the options of transmitting or receiving based on their actual application. The power of the gain-controllable booster can be provided by a MIPRO AD-708 antenna divider or any MIPRO ACT Series receiver which provides bias by adding an AD-702 auto gain controller on their antenna connectors.
  • It is water resistant and ideal for both outdoor and indoor applications.


Type Additional antenna
Frequency Range UHF 470 ~ 1000 MHz
Antenna Gain 2 ~ 4 dBi
Booster Gain Built-in 0 ~ 12 dB gain controllable booster
Impedance 50 Ω
Connector 2 × TNC female
Power Supply 8 ~ 15 V DC bias is required for RX connector
Dimensions (W × H × D) 120 × 261 × 32 mm / 4.7 × 10.3 × 1.3 “
Net Weight Approx. 200 g / 7 oz
Note Refer to actual product in the event of product description discrepancy.