PO-OMNI-402 Cable Assembly Shown with mounting bracket BRKT-39 (bracket not included) In situ Mounting Bracket included




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OMNI-402 - Poynting High Performance 2X2 MIMO Linear Marine & Coastal Antenna

  • Frequency range: 410 - 3800 MHz
  • 2x2 MIMO Marine Quality High-Performance Omni Directional Antenna
  • Easy mounting with feed through 1-inch marine standard adapter bracket included
  • Robust and All-weather proof for harsh conditions at sea
  • Protected against water and dust ingress, IP68
  • UV and Saltwater protected against tempestuous weather Conditions
  • Twin 2m Siamese HDF195 cable with SMA Plugs

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The OMNI-402 is an ultra-wide band antenna, which covers all contemporary LTE operating frequencies with excellent balanced gain
across all frequencies, while providing 2x2 MIMO capability from its vertically separated radiating elements, all in the same radome.

The antenna design allows the antenna to have superior pattern control over the entire frequency range making the OMNI-402 a true high performance omni-directional MIMO antenna, suitable for marine and coastal applications. Usable in all parts of the world, the OMNI-402 guarantees signal reception almost everywhere. Poynting Antennas achieves this through new antenna configuration using multiple dipoles and a unique (patented) feed network. The antenna is future proof as it covers the 450 MHz LTE frequency which is becoming more popular in various regions and countries!

• Medium gain omni-directional antenna
• The antenna is purpose-built for marine and coastal applications
• UV and Salt-water resistant
• Robust and weather resistant
• 2x2 MIMO
• Includes 3.5 GHz CBRS band and is 5G ready
• 2.4 - 2.5 GHz band can be used as Wi-Fi antenna


Application Areas
• Marine applications / Yachts / Boats / Ferries
• Enhanced LTE Reception
• IoT and M2M
• Poor data signal reception
• Improve data transmission connection reliability & stability
• Wi-Fi Applications

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

Download Specification Datasheet
Frequency Bands 410-470 MHz
698-2700 MHz
3400 – 3800 MHz
Gain (Max) Port 1 & 2 1 dBi @ 410-470 MHz
6.2 dBi @ 698-2700 MHz
2.5 dBi @ 3400-3800 MHz
Antenna Connector & Cable Twin 2m Siamese HDF 195 with SMA Plugs
VSWR Port 1 & 2 ≤ 2.5:1 across 90% of the band
Antenna dimensions ± 750 mm x 75 mm (Incl. BRKT-40)
Wind Survival <160 km/h
Temperature Range (Operating) -40°C to +80°C
Water ingress protection ratio/standard IP68
Salt Spray MIL-STD 810F/ASTM B117
Box Contents 1 x antenna
1 x Mounting bracket - Marine Adapter (1'' -14 TPI) & L-bracket (Ø30-50mm Pole)
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