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NET-3G-LPDA-0092

Poynting 3G LPDA Antenna

  • 11dBi
  • High gain all band antenna
  • Operating Frequency 698-3800MHz
  • 5G Ready; includes 3.2GHz to 3.8GHz CBRS Band
  • 7m cable with SMA Plug

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NET-3G-LPDA-0092

 

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A-LPDA-92-KIT

Pair of antenna and ±45° Polarisation Mounting Bracket

 

Overview

This high gain wideband directional antenna covers all international cellular, mobile and wireless data bands including GSM 900/GSM1800/UMTS/LTE bands as well as extended cellular and WiMAX bands such as European/USA "Digital Dividend bands" and 2.3-2.7GHz licensed and unlicensed data bands. Its configuration is suitable for various wireless communications systems.

7metres of HDF195 cable with SMA Plug connector.

Specification
Download specification datasheet - includes radiation patterns
Electrical
Frequency (MHz) 698-3800 MHz
Gain 11 dBi (+-0.5 dB)
VSWR < 2.0:1
Feed power handling 10W
E-plane 3 dB beamwidth 50° (± 5°)
H-plane 3 dB beamwidth 55° (± 5°)
Front to back (F/B ratio) 20 dB (± 3 dB)
Input impedance 50 Ω (nominal)
Polarisation Linear
Environmental
Wind Survival 160 km/h
Temperature Range (Operating) - 20° C to +70° C
Shock 40G at 10 msec
Thermal Shock -20°C to +70°C:10 cycles
Water Ingress Rating IP65 (NEMA 4X)
Mechanical
Dimensions (l x w x d) 1.1m x 180mm x 60 mm
Weight 1.29Kg
Mounting Stainless steel brackets for up to 60 mm poles
Antenna Connector 7m HDF195 antenna cable with SMA plug
Downloads
Reviews
Brochures
Specification Datasheet Download here 07.11.14
3G & 4G Directional Antennas
Comparison Chart
Download here 07.11.14
Videos
Guest Post - Choosing between a directional or an omni antenna, by  Stephen Froneman of Poynting

Guest Post - Choosing between a directional or an omni antenna, by Stephen Froneman of Poynting

The choice of omni-directional and directional antenna is not always simple. We will try to explain the key differences experienced by using a uni-directional (aka ‘directional’) antenna vs. an omni-directional (aka ‘omni’) antenna.
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