Completely Connected with Winegard’s Air 360+ Gateway

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With the advent of omnidirectional antennae such as the Air 360+ from Winegard, no-fuss TV reception on your RV is guaranteed almost anywhere in the nation. Never again do you have to climb onto your roof to fiddle with a batwing receiver to produce a decent picture. This is an especially great option when boondocking, as it’s simple and inexpensive.

Now you can also get reliable internet access with Winegard’s Gateway 4G LTE WiFi Router. This powerful and handy device is available as a supplement to the Air 360+, which comes pre-installed in many new RV models. These vehicles have a port already cut on the ceiling to make Gateway setup easy, so all you have to do is unbox, screw in, wire up, and turn on.

Dave Solberg walks you step-by-step through this quick process, demonstrating most importantly the wiring procedure. He also discusses some other vital things to remember for proper setup, including making sure the router is facing toward the front of your RV, and inserting the SIM card the correct way.

The Air 360+ Gateway comes with simple instructions, so between those and Dave’s demonstrations, you should have no trouble getting your Gateway up and running! Enjoy entertainment in the great outdoors, wherever you choose to travel, completely connected even when roughing it!

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3 Responses to “Completely Connected with Winegard’s Air 360+ Gateway”
  1. Rosemarie Gonzalez
    Rosemarie Gonzalez

    We have the Windgard 360 plus .5 miles. How can I get it to reach 1 mile? My husband works out of the fifth wheel.

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  2. Mark mamtx@verizon.net
    Mark mamtx@verizon.net

    I have a 2019 Thor Ace can I just replace my current antenna with the 360?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi Mark!
      Here’s what our expert had to say about this: Yes you can. It will have the same standard coax to connect is as a regular antenna. It will have some other wires for the gateway if you want to install it but those can just be left in the ceiling if you don’t want to use them. The 360 fits great over the opening of the old antennas so there shouldn’t be an issue with installing it in place of the old unit.
      Sincerely, Dan RV Repair Club Technical Expert

      Sincerely,
      Codi
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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