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4G-XPOL-A0001 (XPOL-1)

Poynting Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna

  • Gain @ 790 - 960 MHz: 1.6 dBi / @ 1710 - 2700 MHz: 4 dBi (excluding cable loss)
  • Dual Polarised, full LTE band Omni Directional Antenna for outdoor use
  • Window, Wall or Pole mountable (not suitable for permanent mounting on a moving vehicle)
  • Frequency Range - 790~960, 1710~2700 MHz bands
  • 2 x 5 metre cables included

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(Mfr part code: XPOL-1)

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4G-RUT950 & 4G-XPOL-A0001 Kit

Router and Omni Antenna Kit


The XPOL-1, from Poynting, provides an innovative and future proof solution for 4G, 3G and 2G networks. It is a unique window, wall or pole mountable antenna giving you dual polarisation in a full LTE band omnidirectional antenna.

Incorporating two separately fed ultra wideband elements in a single housing, the antenna is equipped to provide client side MiMo and diversity support for the networks of today and tomorrow. Gain is min. 2 dBi across all bands: 790 – 960, 1710 – 2170, 2300-2400 and 2500 – 2700 MHz Bands.

For best operation this antenna should be mounted outdoors or on a window which has clear line of sight to the transmitter mast. The purpose of this antenna is to negate the signal loss due to the walls of the building by placing the antenna OUTSIDE. Optimum results will be obtained by placing the antenna outside, as high as possible and with the best line of sight to the mast. Trying to use this antenna inside will probably not help your signal.

The weatherproof housing is designed for window, mast and wall mounting . The antenna has 2 x 5 metres of low loss cable terminating in SMA Plug connectors. The XPOL-1 is NOT suitable for permanent mounting on a moving vehicle.

If you are unsure as to the location of the cell tower the XPOL-1 is a great choice of omni-directional antenna. If you are sure as to where the cell tower is then the directional XPOL-2 is a good alternative to consider.

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

4dBi is the peak gain across all bands from 790 - 2700 MHz (excluding cable loss)

Gain @ 790 - 960 MHz: 1.6 dBi
Gain @ 1710 - 2700 MHz: 4 dBi

*Antenna gain measured with polarisation aligned standard

Input Frequency 790 – 960, 1710 - 2700 MHz Bands
VSWR across operating bands < 2.1
Feed power handling 10W
Input impedance 50 Ohm (nominal)
Polarisation 2 x Linear (Vertical and Horizontal)
+ 45° and -45°

2 x 5m HDF 195 (white)

Cable Loss:
0.35Db/m @900 MHz
0.53Db/m @ 2000 MHz
0.6Db/m @2500 MHz

IP Rating 65
Connector 2 x SMA plug
Mounting Window, wall or pole (not suitable for permanent mounting on a moving vehicle)
Dimensions (l x w x h) 234 x 134 x 84 mm
Mounting Instructions Download here 21.02.13
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Independent product review by Richard Easy at (Get Your) Legs down of the Teltonika RUT950 and the Poynting XPOL-A0001.

'It is without doubt an exceptionally powerful and versatile device.'

'This may be a solution for anyone that wants to get connected on their seasonal pitch or holiday home when Wi-Fi isn't available.'

Specification Datasheet Download here 07.11.14
3G & 4G Omni Directional Antennas
Comparison Chart
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Article - Internet on Yacht Nova

Article - Internet on Yacht Nova

"While equipping Nova for this voyage, we searched and found a range of dedicated aerials from a company called Poynting. We bought a good basic non-marine aerial (XPOL-1), spoke with their helpful and knowledgeable UK distributor Solwise, and ended up agreeing they’d provide us with the more substantial fully marinised (waterproof IP68) Poynting Omni-402 for the voyage. Both these aerials can be used to enhance marina wifi too, but we weren’t equipped for that – we wanted to use our own mobile SIM card when possible, for speed and security."
Article - Antenna Choices for your Vehicle, by  Louise Barrett

Article - Antenna Choices for your Vehicle, by Louise Barrett

The Solwise antenna range has traditionally contained antennas that have been mounted on a pole or on a wall/building/portable building but in more recent times we are seeing more antennas used on vehicles. These include a wide range of vehicles such as cars, buses, lorries, caravans, motorhomes, boats, barges and even a space agency, an F1 team, mountain rescue teams and a defence contractor have all bought antenna hardware from us so who knows where some vehicle antenna have ended up!
Across our range we offer permanent and temporary solutions for antennas to mount on your vehicle; these antennas cover WiFi solutions and Mobile Data Solutions which means we have something for most situations.
Guest Article - Choosing between a directional or an omni antenna, by  Stephen Froneman of Poynting

Guest Article - 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.