Thru-Glass Single Lead Cable XM Antenna
The Think Wireless thru-glass antenna is the first available single lead thru-glass XM antenna. With this antenna you will no longer need to run your antenna cable to the outside of your vehicle. Simply run the interior portion of the antenna from your satellite radio to a window and then adhere the exterior unit to the outside glass and you are ready to go! Signal is transmitted through your vehicles glass making installation a breeze.
- Quick and easy installation
- No wires to run outside your vehicle
- Adhesive will not damage vehicle
- XM approved
- Single cable design
- Self powered
Note: If you are concerned with installation location and performance, prior to using the antenna's adhesive, you may temporarily adhere the antenna with masking tape over the top of it to test it in your selected mounting location. Do not drive your vehicle unless you have installed the antenna as per the manufacturer's instructions. Once the adhesive is exposed and used, the antenna may not be returned for a refund. Exchange only if defective once the adhesive has been exposed and used.
- Exterior unit
- Interior unit with cable
- Alignment template
- Glass curvature test template
- Alcohol pads (2)
- Instruction Manual
Works extremely well
Posted by Bryan Shumaker on May 11th 2016
I just wanted you to know how pleased I am with my XM Radio Thru-Glass Satellite Radio Antenna. This is my second one--an errant rock through my windshield last week meant replacing the whole windshield, so I ordered a second one which I installed today.
Like the first, the instructions were excellent and installation went without a hitch. Reception is excellent. Intriguingly, my reception is actually better in marginal conditions than my wife’s is, with her brand new, factory installed satellite radio system and antenna. My previous one never came loose or off, in spite of freezing northern MI winters, the heat of AZ, or thousands of miles of driving and dozens of car washes.
By the way, my antenna is mounted high on the passenger side front window of my Chevy van, which is used mostly for astronomy by serving as a mobile “command center”. I work for NASA/JPL as an educator/astronomer/physicist and also am an Amateur Extra ham radio operator. I’m very aware of not only the physics but of transmission and reception issues concerning antennas. I’m still surprised how well this antenna works and wanted you to know that it really is a great product!