Where do I buy appropriate DIY equipment and receive sound advice
Telco Antennas can do a desktop site survey to assist you with connecting to mobile broadband & determine if there is reception in your area (cost is $79). They can then put you in touch with a specialist in your area who understands the requirements for your state. The report will advise likely signal levels, the sort of mobile services available, the best antenna for your location and where to point your antenna.
- Telco Antennas – Advice, equipment and installation. Telco Antennas design their own antennas such as the Telco XPol antennas
- OnWireless – Advice, equipment and installation
- Powertec Technologies – Equipment provider
- RFI Wireless– Manufacturer
- GME – Manufacturer
- ZCG Scalar – Manufacturer
- Dovado – Top of the line 3G/ 4G routers
- TP-Link – 3G/ 4G routers
- D-Link – 3G/ 4G routers
Thanks to Telco Antennas* also for providing the following information on antenna and aerial specialists throughout Australia. Please contact them directly for advice on equipment and the following installers.
Easy links for mobile broadband antenna installers & suppliers**:
NSW: Rising Connection Pty Ltd, Tek2u
VIC, SA, TAS, NSW: Waykat Services P/L, Total Antenna
WA: Protech Services
QLD: Entropy Tech, Antenna & Data Solutions, Gold Coast Antennas, Moore Things Audio Visual
NT: SPG Installations
To find your closest antenna installer click here.
BIRRR do not recommend self installation, please contact one of the professionals above.
**If you are an antenna specialist or installer and would like to be added to our list please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note, while all care has been taken in compiling BIRRR documents, we recommend that you check with your service provider, local government and local installer regarding your own connection issues and infrastructure needed. Each state has different laws for antenna installation.