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Poynting Narwhal Omni-Directional, 4X4 Mimo LTE/5G Marine Antenna A-OMNI-0914-V1-01

  • High performance, omni-directional marine & coastal antenna
  • 4x4 MIMO capability for improved performance
  • Covers contemporary LTE/5G bands from 617 to 4200 MHz
  • Robust and all-weather proof for harsh conditions at sea (IP 68)
  • UV and saltwater protected for marine and coastal conditions

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The Poynting Narwhal OMNI-914 is an omni-directional ultra wideband 8dB 5G antenna, designed for strong and reliable performance in all conditions including poor weather and marine environments. Of particular significance about this antenna is its 4x4 MIMO capability, rendering it capable of providing four separate data streams to a compatible 4x4 router rather than just the usual two data streams that 2x2 antennas support.

This antenna is capable of excelling in both domestic, business and industrial networks and can function in urban and rural environments as well as in marinas and out at sea. As an ultra-wideband antenna, the OMNI-914 supports a great range of mobile frequency bands from 617 to 3800 MHz with a well-balanced signal gain, meaning it should achieve strong and reliable connections regardless of where you are, so long as a mobile signal is present in the area. This antenna supports all main UK/EU frequency bands and can be used internationally.

This antenna has a durability rating of IP68, making it robust enough to withstand extremely poor weather conditions and even severe saltwater storms without suffering any water ingress. The OMNI-914 comes with four 2m cables, terminated with SMA male connectors, to fit directly into a router/IoT device.

Download Specification Datasheet
Frequency Bands 617 – 960 MHz
1427 – 1517 MHz
1710 – 2700 MHz
3400 – 4200 MHz
VSWR ≤ 2.5:1 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
0.507 dB/m @ 1500 MHz
0.565 dB/m @ 1800 MHz
0.788 dB/m @ 3000 MHz
IP Rating IP68  IP Ratings Explained
Mounting Type Pole, Wall and Surface Mounted
Operating Temperature Range -40°C - +80°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
Technical Drawing Download here 16.03.2022
User Guide Download here 16.03.2022
Drill template Download here 116.03.2022

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Video: Podcast - High-End Marine Antennas

In this episode of A Word from the Wise, Louise is joined by Hugo and John from Poynting to discuss their high-end marine antennas. From the Narwhal’s to the WaveHunter, learn the ins and outs of the configurations of the antennas and which one will work best for you.

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Video: The Narwhal Series of Marine Antennas

Poynting offers a range of antennas that are designed specifically for marine and coastal applications, where performance, quality, styling, and weather protection is critical. This range of antennas are aimed at the luxury yacht market and can also be used in other applications with harsh environments such as harbour buildings, smaller boats, buoys, etc.
The marine antenna range are designed within Poynting’s customary requirements of high performance, wide bandwidth, and exceptional quality. The range covers LTE and 5G reception at sea, as well as antennas to provide dual-band Wi-Fi distribution at sea.
The antennas in the Narwhal series, achieve exceptional omni-directional performance, with ultra-wideband coverage from 617 to 4200 MHz. The combination of the superior omni-directional radiation patterns, alongside 2×2 or 4×4 MIMO capability, will ensure improved performance and throughput out at sea.

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Article - IP Ratings Explained

IP ratings, or Ingress Protection ratings, are a standardised benchmark of how capable a product is of withstanding ingress from foreign entities that could negatively impact its functionality. They’re helpful because terms like ‘weatherproof’ and ‘waterproof’ are unspecific terms and don’t always convey the necessary level of detail – waterproof on one device can mean it’s capable of withstanding rain. In contrast, on another device, it can mean being capable of complete submersion in water for extended periods.