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5G-XPOL-A0002 (XPOL-2-5G)

Poynting 5G 11dB High Gain Cross Polarised LTE MIMO Antenna 2X2 LTE

  • Exceptional over the main 4G/5G bands
  • Wideband 2x2 MIMO 4G/5G antenna
  • Backwards compatible 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
  • Two cross polarised antennas in one enclosure for optimal LTE performance
  • IP65 weather/dust and vandal resistant enclosure.
  • 2 x SMA Plug on either 5m or 10m Cable or N Socket connectors with no cables

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5G-XPOL-A0002

(Mfr part code: XPOL-2-V3-5G)
5m cables with SMA Plugs

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5G-XPOL-A0002-10m

(Mfr part code: A-XPOL-0002-V3-03)
10m cables with SMA Plugs

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A-XPOL-0002-V3-02

(Mfr part code: A-XPOL-0002-V3-02)
N Socket connectors and no cables

Overview

The XPOL-2-5G is Poynting’s third generation “V3” of this very popular Cross Polarised (XPOL), cellular band, 2x2 MIMO antenna. The antenna enclosure effectively looks the same as the second generation “V2” but has been completely redesigned on the inside. We have used advanced metamaterial technology, making use of Artificial Magnetic Conductors (AMC) and new registered/patent pending radiator configuration, which is proving to yield exceptional improvements in bandwidth and gain. Radiation patterns of this antenna are exceptionally well controlled, further adding to the performance of the antenna.
 
The XPOL-2-5G antenna includes the newer 3400 - 3800 MHz bands, which were not previously covered by our V2 and is suitable for 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G. This antenna performs exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 698 – 960MHz, 1700 – 2170MHz, 2300 – 2700MHz & 3400 – 3800MHz. In addition to the new bands, the gain in the 1700MHz and 2.7GHz is around 3dB higher than the “V2” over the same frequency bands! Our “V2” antenna already outperformed most competitors over these bands, so this substantial improvement in gain shows the benefits of the new advanced materials and novel radiator design.
 
So, if it was a car, we installed an entirely new technology engine producing twice the power under the bonnet – it may look the same, but just wait until you turn the ignition on!

Features
•  2-3dB higher over all the bands compared to “V2”
•  New 3400MHz-3800MHz, 5G band with 11dBi gain
•  Broadband, including the latest 3.5GHz bands
•  X-Polarised 2x2 MIMO Antenna
•  Wall or pole mountable
•  Lightweight & Rugged
•  Weatherproof & waterproof (IP65)
•  High pattern consistency across bands   for 4G/5G carrier aggregation

Application Areas
•  Outdoor antenna for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA)
•  Consumer LTE/5G internet connectivity
•  Industrial & Commercial LTE/5G deployments
•  Urban and rural household reception enhancement
•  Agricultural & Farming LTE/5G data distribution
•  Power, Energy & Water telemetry access
•  Oil & Gas communication systems
•  Municipal & Government systems
•  Repeaters & coverage enhancement amplifiers

What differs the XPOL-2-5G from the XPOL-2-V2?
The key differences with the new XPOL-2-5G will be:

  • Frequency Band: 698 – 3800 MHz, Peak Gain: 11dBi
    • 9 dBi @690-960MHz
    • 10 dBi @ 1710-2700MHz
    • 11 dBi @3400-3800MHz
  • Radome Plastic: We now use UV Stable SAN Marine ASA, which is more resistant to UV fading than the A-XPOL-2-V2
  • Radome Colour: Brilliant White (same as marine range)
  • Coax Colour: White (initial stock will be black however)

 

If you're planning to use this antenna for your own mobile network system, you may wish to take a look at the 5G-XPOL-A0002 as well. The 5G-XPOL-A0002 allows you to future-proof your network for 5G speeds and offers a higher dB gain for stronger connections.

Antenna 4G-XPOL-A0002 5G-XPOL-A0002
5G Support? No Yes
Peak dB Gain 9 dBi 11 dBi
Frequency Bands 698 - 960 MHz
1710 - 2170 MHz
2300 - 2700 MHz

698 - 960 MHz
1710 - 2700 MHz
3400 - 3800 MHz

Feed Power Handling 10 W 20 W
Wind Survival <120 km/h <250 km/h
Specification

Download Specification Datasheet including polar plots

Antenna patterns
Frequency bands 698-960 MHz
1710-2700 MHz
3400-3800 MHz
Gain (max) Port 1 & 2 9 dBi @ 698-960 MHz
10 dBi @ 1710-2700 MHz
11 dBi @ 3400-3800 MHz
Feed power handling 20 W
Polarisation ±45°
Coax Cable & Connector Type

Cable length:  5m or 10m options
Coax cable type:  Twin HDF-195
Connector type: 2 x SMA Plug
With finger grips for easier connection
White in colour

3rd option is N Type socket connectors with no cables included.

Product Box Contents Antenna:  A-XPOL-0002-V3-01
Mounting bracket:  Z-shaped mounting bracket
Mechanical Specifications Product dimensions  265mm x 265 mm x 90 mm
Packaged dimensions:  375 mm x 270mm x 100mm   
Product Weight:  1.55 kg
Packaged weight:  1.98 kg
Radome material:  UV Stable ASA
Radome colour: Brilliant White
Pantone P 179-1 C
Mounting Type: Wall and pole mount
Environmental Specifications, Certification & Approvals Wind Survival: Antenna Wind Survival: <250 km/h
Temperature Range (Operating): -40°C to +80°C
Environmental Conditions:  Outdoor/Indoor
Water ingress protection ratio/standard: IP 65
Salt Spray: MIL-STD 810F/ASTM B117
Operating Relative Humidity:  Up to 98%
Storage Humidity:  5% to 95% - non-condensing
Storage Temperature:  -40°C to +80°C
Enclosure Flammability Rating:  UL 94-HB
Impact resistance:  IK 08
Product Safety & Environmental: Complies with CE and RoHS Standards
Downloads
High Resolution Images Download here 04.10.19
Datasheet including Mounting options Download here 12.09.19
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Videos
Video - Technical iterations of the XPOL-2 antennas up to the latest XPOL-2-5G

Video - Technical iterations of the XPOL-2 antennas up to the latest XPOL-2-5G, by Dr Andre Fourie of Poynting


 
Video - Very Low Temperature Test

Video - Very Low Temperature test


 

Antenna Considerations for 4G/LTE

Objective
To try and clarify factors that you need to consider when planning on using an external antenna for your 4G/LTE broadband connection.
With 4G (LTE) services starting to come onto the UK market a lot of users are finding that they are achieving download speeds that are lower than they were expecting to get. Often this can be due to poor reception however there are other factors that need to be understood which can affect the broadband speed.

Hopefully this short article will help explain the implications and considerations the user needs to examine before they can decide the best course of action. Click here to read more


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.
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