I want a high gain antenna for Verizon LTE data to my JetPack 7730L but don't really see one as high as say this MIMO parabolic antenna that's probably design for 2.4 GHz WiFi. From all I know it's only possible to make an antenna that's turned well to one frequency but could also work at harmonics of that frequency like 1/4, 1/2, 5/8 (not sure of the gains for these).
For instance a 1/2 wavelength antenna for 2 GHz could also double as a 1/4 wavelength antenna for 1 GHz based on the equation...
But is it possible to create an antenna that is tuned to a different frequency outside of the near natural harmonics? Like say
These frequencies I am interested... all the Verizon Wireless bands and I'm not sure if it's helpful at all the have the fraction of wavelength... but that's just the thought that first came to mind.
Frequency Fraction of Wavelength -----------|------------------------ 2100 MHz 1.00 1900 MHz 0.90 1700 MHz 0.81 850 MHz 0.40 700 MHz 0.33
PS: I'm not sure if all these frequencies are used for Verizon Wireless 4G LTE data, but at least these are frequencies they use in general.