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A-OMNI-0121-V3 - Poynting Omni-Directional, Wideband LTE 6db Antenna

  • Cover the GSM 900, GSM 1800/UMTs and LTE Frequency bands
  • Increased connectivity stability
  • Machine-to-machine (M2M) capabilities
  • Consistent high gain over a very wide frequency range
  • Popular choice with installers because of its versatile base station
  • Vandal and water-resistant enclosure (IP 65)
  • 8 Metre cable

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The Poynting OMNI-121 is a 6dB omni-directional 4G LTE antenna, designed to be lightweight and easy to install. This antenna acts as a strong, cost-effective solution for boosting 4G signals to 4G equipment such as routers and M2M devices. It's capable of being wall-mounted and pole-mounted, allowing for versatility when it comes to installation.

The OMNI-121 is ideal for use in domestic, rural environments in which it's difficult to attain satisfactory data rates through 4G equipment on its own. It covers almost all frequency bands used in the UK & EU and, with its 6dBi rating, is capable of achieving a strong performance even when the local signal strength is fairly weak.

This antenna comes with its own cable, terminating in an SMA plug connector.

Download Specification Datasheet

1.8 dBi @ 690-960 MHz
6 dBi @ 1710-2170 MHz
5 dBi @ 2300-2700 MHz

Frequency Bands 690 – 960 MHz
1710 – 2170 MHz
2300 – 2700 MHz
VSWR <2:1 across 90% of the bands
Feed power handling 10W
Input impedance 50 Ohm (nominal)
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Coax Cable loss 0.385 dB/m @ 900 MHz
0.565 dB/m @ 1800 MHz
0.666 dB/m @ 2400 MHz
Connector Type SMA (M)
IP Rating IP65  IP Ratings Explained
Mounting Pole up to 50mm diameter.
Wall and pole mount stainless steel bracket.
Temperature Range -40°C to +70°C
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

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