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Poynting Cross Polarised High gain 4G Panel LTE Antenna
- 8.3 ~ 9.3 dBi Gain
- Dual Polarised, full LTE band Panel Directional Antenna for outdoor use
- Wall or Pole mountable
- Frequency Range - 650~960, 1710~2170 and 2500 ~ 2700 MHz bands
- 2 x 5 metre cables included terminating with SMA Plugs
The antenna provides an innovative and future proof solution for 4G / 3G and 2G networks. It is a unique
wall or pole mountable, dual polarised, full LTE band antenna. Incorporating two separately fed ultra
wideband elements in a single housing, the antenna is equipped to provide client side MiMo and diversity
support for the networks of today and tomorrow.
The weatherproof housing is designed for mast and wall mounting. The antenna has 2 x 5 metres of low loss cable.
This is a cost effective value added product for signal enhancement and ensuring higher throughputs and stable links for subscribers. This will improve subscribers' user experience and increase client retention. It is ideal for any applications using cellular networks (LTE/HSPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS).
Read our article - 'Antenna Considerations for 4G/LTE'
|Download Specification Datasheet including polar plots|
|Gain||8.3 dBi Max Gain @ 650-960 MHz
9.3 dBi Max Gain @ 1710-2170 MHz
8.2 dBi Max Gain @ 2500-2700 MHz
|Input Frequency||650 – 960, 1710 – 2170 and 2500 – 2700 MHz Bands|
|VSWR across operating bands||< 2.5:1|
|Feed power handling||4W|
|Input impedance||50 Ohm (nominal)|
|Polarisation||2 x Linear (Vertical and Horizontal)|
|Cable||2 x 5m HDF 195|
|Connector||2 x SMA plug|
|Mounting||Wall and pole mount|
|Dimensions (l x w x h)||260 x 260 x 80 mm (without bracket)|
|Mounting Instructions||Download here||21.02.13|
Videos & Articles
Antenna Considerations for 4G/LTE
To try and clarify factors that you need to consider when planning on using an external antenna for your 4G/LTE broadband connection.
With 4G (LTE) services starting to come onto the UK market a lot of users are finding that they are achieving download speeds that are lower than they were expecting to get. Often this can be due to poor reception however there are other factors that need to be understood which can affect the broadband speed.
Hopefully this short article will help explain the implications and considerations the user needs to examine before they can decide the best course of action. Click here to read more