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A-MIMO-3-V2-17 - Poynting 7-in-1 Transportation & Automotive Antenna; 410 – 3800 MHz; 4X4 LTE (MIMO), 6.2 dBi; 2X2 Wi-Fi (MIMO), 7 dBi; GPS/GLONASS, 21 dBi

  • 7-in-1 High performance multi frequency 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
  • 4X4 MIMO LTE, 2X2 MIMO Wi-Fi & GPS / GLONASS
  • Ultra-wideband, includes 450 MHz and 3.5 GHz CBRS bands
  • Robust and water-resistant antenna (IP 69k)
  • Ideal for transportation and marine use
  • Vandal and water resistant
  • Multi mounting options for easy installation*
  • Available in black or white

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A-MIMO-3-V2-17 - White

(Mfr part code: A-MIMO-3-V2-17)

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A-MIMO-3-V2-17-B - Black

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Overview

The MIMO-3-17, from Poynting,  is a 7-in-1 high-performance multi-frequency antenna within a single housing, providing four cellular, two Wi-Fi and a GPS/GLONASS antenna. The four cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) covers the contemporary 698 MHz to 2700 MHz bands, as well as the new emerging LTE and 5G spectrum for 450MHz and 3.5GHz CBRS bands, which is becoming popular across the various international cellular network operators for LTE. The ultra-wideband performance of the antenna allows it to be used across different operators and technologies and is ready for future cellular technologies up to 3.8 GHz for 5G applications. The antenna also provides two separate dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz on each antenna with 2×2 MIMO capability. The seventh antenna is a high-performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating down to -40°C. The MIMO-3-17 exceeds the performance of most competitors due to the attention to the design of this high-performance antenna. The radiation patterns of all radiating elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation. This is an important criterion for the transportation and marine market, which the antenna was specifically designed for. Main applications are for commercial/industrial vehicles, marine, M2M and other IoT systems using a wide range of radio technologies, while remaining futureproof over the wide frequency band.

This antenna meets the e-Mark E1 ECE R10v6 Certification and homologation.

Read our article - 'Antenna Considerations for 4G/LTE'
Specification
Download Specification Datasheet    
Antenna Overview LTE WiFi Dualband GPS
Ports 1~4 5&6 7
SISO/MIMO 4x4 MIMO 2x2MIMO n/a
Frequency bands 410 MHz -3800MHz 2.4 -2.5 & 5-6GHz 1575.42MHz/1600MHz
Peak Gain 6.2dBi 7dBi 21dBi
Coax Cable Type RTK-031 RTK-031 RTK-031
Coax Cable Length 2m 2m 2m
Connector Type SMA Plug SMA Plug SMA Plug
Package Contents

A-MIMO-0003-V2-17

*Mounting brackets:
Threaded Spigots (Up to 60mm
clamping thickness), Adhesive Surface
Mounting & Optional Magnetic Mount

Adapters RPSMA(m) To SMA (f)

   
Downloads
UKCA Declation of Conformity Download here 27.07.2022
CE/RoHS  Declaration of Conformity Download here 27.07.2022
Declaration of Conformity to REACH Download here 27.07.2022
TSCA Declaration of Conformity Download here 27.07.2022
ECCN/Dual Use Classification Declaration Download here 27.07.2022
Conflict of Minerals Declaration Download here 27.07.2022
Spigot Mounting Diagram Download here 21.10.19
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