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WIS Networks - Integrated high gain 19dBi Cat6 4G LTE Outdoor CPE - H19G-LTE

  • LTE Category 6, 300 (DL)/50 (UL)
  • Support LTE FDD/LTE TDD/WCDMA radio systems
  • 24v Power over Ethernet
  • 19dBi Directional Antenna
  • IP65 Design, suitable in harsh environment
  • 1 x SIM Card Slot

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The WIS Networks H19G-LTE is a Cat6 4G LTE router with an integrated 19dBi directional antenna, capable of achieving throughput speeds of up to 300Mbps. Designed to be used outdoors with an IP65 durability rating, the H19G is an elegant and powerful system for building a strong home or office network out of a mobile connection by bringing together the usual router and antenna into one device while eliminating some of the common problems that such a system will often encounter.

The H19G-LTE uses an intuitive web-based interface for settings configuration and monitoring and can be used with any UK/EU micro-SIM card. The system is powered by 24v PoE, allowing for flexibility when it comes to finding the optimal mounting location.

One of the key advantages of this system integrating a router with an antenna is that it avoids the usual signal gain loss that is caused by connecting a separate external antenna to a mobile router over cables. This system doesn't use cable and therefore doesn't run into any signal dB loss, allowing the system to take full advantage of the strong signals it's capable of reaching.

As a directional device, the H19G's antenna works best with direct, unobstructed line-of-sight to a mobile mast. If there isn't such a mast within line-of-sight then the performance level cannot be guaranteed and an omni-directional antenna might be viewed as the preferable option.


Communication Standard 3GPP , LTE CAT6
Applicable Network 4G - UK/EU Version
LTE-FDD B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B28/B32

LTE-TDD :B38/B40/B41

2 x CA :B1+B1/B5/B8/B20/B28;




4G Transmission Rate

300 Mbps / 50 Mbps
(Theoretical value. The actual rate depends on the operator.)

Antenna Frequency Range 1.7-4.2GHz  2X2 MIMO
Antenna Gain 19dBi Directional Antenna
Network Port 1 GE port, 1 SIM card slot (Micro-SIM)
Software Functions

IPv4, Static Routing, Routing Forwarding


Dynamic NAT 


DHCP Server

DHCP Relay

Power Supply PoE, 24V DC
Power Consumption <12W

Operating temperature: 0 °C ~ 40 °C

storage temperature: -20 °C ~ +70 °C

Humidity: 5% ~ 95% (non-condensing)

Dimensions 350*270*285mm
IP Rating IP65
Weight 2Kg
Quick Set-up Guide Download here 29.07.2022
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