A-OMNI-280-02 - pole mounted A-OMNI-280-02 - magnetic mounted A-OMNI-280-02 - wall mounted Accessories kit




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OMNI-280-02 - Poynting Omni indoor/outdoor SiSo 5G antenna

  • Future-proof omni-directional wideband LTE SiSo antenna
  • Frequency bands: 698-960MHz, 1710-2700MHz, 3400-3800MHz
  • Backwards compatible with 3G, 2G technologies
  • Increased connectivity stability
  • 4dBi gain
  • 2m lead with SMA Plug
  • Weather-proof enclosure
  • Pole, wall or magnetic mountable

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The OMNI-280-02 antenna provides an innovative solution for the signal enhancement of 5G / 4G / 3G and 2G networks. It is a unique magnetic, wall- or pole-mountable, single polarised, full LTE band antenna that incorporates an ultra wideband element in a single housing.

This antenna is a cost effective solution for enhancing signal reception and throughput. The OMNI-280-02 antenna increases signal reliability, ensures higher data throughput for users and provides a stable, high quality connection.

This improves user experience and secures client retention. It is ideal for any application using the GSM network (LTE/HSPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS).

Application areas:
•  M2M applications where machines and measurement devices need to be connected for real time monitoring and information transfer.(Telematics)
•  Utilities for power and water metering
•  Security industry where cameras and other security equipment needs to be monitored.
•  Retail point of sale equipment.
•  Areas where poor data signal reception (Indoor and outdoor)

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

A-OMNI-280-01 & A-OMNI-280-02
There is a version of this antenna called the A-OMNI-280-01 - the only difference between the two antenna is the cable length, 1m on the A-OMNI-280-01 and 2m on the A-OMNI-280-02. If you require a quantity of the A-OMNI-280-01 please do get in touch and we can look to get some in for you, this is not a stock item available from Solwise currently.

Download Specification Datasheet including radiation patterns
Gain 4 dBi is the peak gain across all bands from 698 - 3800 MHz
Frequency Bands 698-960MHz
VSWR across operating bands The  OMNI-280-02  delivers  superior  performance  across  all  bands
with a VSWR of 2:1 or better across 90% of the bands.
Feed power handling 10W
Input impedance 50 Ohm (nominal)
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Cable loss 0.535Db/m @900 MHz
0.79Db/m @ 1800 MHz
0.97Db/m @2400 MHz
1.1Db/m @ 3000 MHz
Cable 2m RG58 with SMA Plug
IP Rating IP65
Mounting Pole, Wall, Magnetic
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