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Communicating with satellites over 20,000 miles high in space almost instantaneously, Winegard antennas are engineered with innovations that go beyond the boundaries of Earth to provide clear, interference-free television signals.

Winegard cellular devices link to nationwide 4G LTE for reliable, uninterrupted, in-motion and stationary coverage! More powerful than your smartphone or hotspot device, Winegard cellular devices provide maximum security and faster internet speed to keep mobile devices, media players, and computers connected anywhere.

To most, an access point and repeater/extender are the same, but they are not. More than an off-the-shelf access point, Winegard WiFi devices are more powerful, reliable, and portable. While access points simply connect you to a wireless signal, our WiFi devices not only connect to, but also expand existing signal coverage over a larger area.

A leader in two-way satellite communication, Winegard’s systems are designed to be in the field and handle harsh conditions. Customers have come to know and rely on the dependency each one of our systems offers. Our VSAT systems are easy to transport, service, and operate, as well as quick to deploy and acquire satellite signals. The antennas are one of the most customizable and are compatible currently with HughesNet, iDirect, Spacenet, Comtech, Nera, and Exede.

At Winegard, we design and engineer products to adapt to new standards. Expand your connectivity with our Winegard ConnecT family of products and data plans, as well as other cellular-enabled products.

Winegard satellite TV antennas for broadcast/media are compatible with DIRECTV, DISH, Bell TV, and Shaw Direct. Permanently mount these TRAV'LER satellite antennas to offer quick setup and no storage space required.

Satellite receivers, cable entry plates, mounts, and more are available both at and through local dealers. If you’re not sure what you need, review the box contents online or in the manual for the antenna you own, or contact tech support for further assistance.