Antenna and 8m lead NET-3G-OMNI-A0121 SMA Plug Wall Mounting anchor




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Poynting 3G/4G Outdoor Omni Antenna

  • Outdoor Omni Antenna
  • Operating frequency 690~960MHz, 1710-2170MHz & 2500~2700MHz
  • 5dB gain
  • 8 metre HDF195 cable
  • SMA Plug
  • Wall mount anchor enclosed
  • for normal 4G (LTE) you will need TWO antenna

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The OMNI-A0121 is a 5dB omni-directional 4G antenna, designed primarily for use with 4G LTE routers to pick up a stronger mobile signal. Covering all the relevant frequency bands, this antenna will work with any UK mobile provider and is rated IP65 for operation in poor outdoor conditions.
This antenna comes with its own 8 metre cable, terminating in an SMA plug, and its own wall mount anchor for maximum ease of installation and the frame itself has a length of 60cm. Because it is a single-stream antenna, a pair of them will be needed for regular 4G connection speeds.

Read our article - 'Antenna Considerations for 4G/LTE'


Download specification datasheet

Bracket Schematic Diagram


Frequency (MHz) 690-960 1710-2170 2500-2700
Gain (max.) 2.4 dBi (+- 0.5 dB) 6 dBi (+-0.5 dB) 7 dBi (+-0.5 dB)
VSWR < 2.5:1
Feed power handling 10 W
Nominal input impedance 50 Ω
Polarisation Linear
Wind Survival 160 km/h
Temperature Range
- 40° C to +70° C
Shock 40G at 10 msec
Thermal Shock -20°C to +70°C:10 cycles
Water Ingress Rating IP65 (NEMA 4X)
Dimensions (l x w x d) 600mm x 85mm x 60 mm
Weight 450g
Connector Standard SMA Plug (8 metres of cable)
Mounting Wall Mount Anchor (included)
3G & 4G Omni Directional Antennas
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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.