5237-XT

Shakespeare 5237-XT 8' Cellular Antenna

Shakespeare 5237-XT 8' Cellular Antenna
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Shakespeare Galaxy 5237-XT
8' Dual Band Cellular 3dB Gain
800/900 MHz and 1900 MHz Cellular

This antenna covers digital, analog and PCS cell phone bands in an eight-foot radome that coordinates with other Shakespeare Galaxy antennas. Electrical connections are hand soldered for reliability. A brass choking sleeve eliminates pattern distortion due to cable radiation. Use one of Shakespeares CPA Series adapters (sold separately) to connect your portable cell phone.

  • Brass and copper elements to maximize range
  • Stainless steel ferrule w/ standard 1"-14 thread
  • Includes 25' of Shakespeare exclusive Lo-Max® low-loss cable and a "TNC" connector
  • Suggested mount: Shakespeare Style 4187 Ratchet Mount
  • Shakespeare Limited Warranty: 5 years


All Galaxy® Dual Band Cellular antennas feature Shakespeares exclusive Lo-Max® Cable. This flexible, UV stable coax provides low-loss characteristics near that of larger RG-8 A/U and RG-213, but without the extra bulk and rigidity.

Technical Specifications:


Frequency:Dual Band 800-890 MHz and 1800-1900 MHz
Bandwidth:96 MHz within 2.0:1 VSWR (analog band)
140 MHz within 2.0:1 VSWR at (digital band)
SWR:nominally less than 1.5:1 at 852.65 MHz;
nominally less than 1.5:1 at 1918.7 MHz
Gain:3 dB
Height (feet):8

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Shakespeare 5237-XT 8' Cellular Antenna 5237-XT SHAKESPEARE CELL 8FT 5237-XT
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