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A-OMNI-293 - Poynting Omni-Directional, Wideband 5G/LTE Antenna

  • High gain omni-directional antenna
  • 617 – 3800 MHz, 9 dBi
  • Includes band 71 (617 to 698 MHz) and 3.5 GHz 5G bands
  • Wideband operation makes the antenna future proof
  • Antenna is purpose built for urban and rural applications
  • Dust and water-resistant enclosure with IP65 rating
  • Wall and pole mount
  • N type socket connector - cable not included

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A-OMNI-293

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Overview

The Poynting OMNI-293 is a 9dB Omni-directional 5G wideband antenna, designed to cover as many signal frequencies as possible for reliable coverage no matter the location and with CA (Carrier Aggregation). This antenna is purpose-built for reliable coverage in both urban and rural environments and its robust IP65-rated design allows it to be used long-term even in poor weather conditions.

The OMNI-293 is built for reliable long-term use in all possible environments and, consequently, is future proof. It ensures this by covering all current UK frequencies, including the 1427-1517MHz band used by Three, as well as all planned future frequencies - this includes the 617-698MHz band and even the 3400-38000MHz band to be utilised by 5G applications. This guarantees that the OMNI-293 can be relied on to receive a strong mobile signal not just in the UK but anywhere in the world.

The OMNI-293 is a high-performance antenna and maintains a positive dB signal across all frequencies for superior pattern control, something which is only achieved through the use of a new intelligent antenna design featuring multiple dipoles and the implementation of a unique patented feed network. This puts it at a level above most other Omni-antennas on the market when it comes to maintaining a strong and consistent signal across any frequency that might be available.

This antenna features an N-Type socket connector for cable connections and comes with a stainless steel mounting bracket for wall and pole mounting.

Specification
Download specification datasheet and polar diagrams
Frequency range

617 – 960 MHz
1427 – 1517 MHz
1710 – 2700 MHz
3400 – 3800 MHz

Gain (max) 6 dBi @ 617 - 960 MHz
6 dBi @ 1427 - 1517 MHz
9 dBi @ 1710 – 2700 MHz
8 dBi @ 3400 -3800 MHz
VSWR <2.5:1
Feed Power Handling 10 W
Impedance 50 Ω
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Product Dimensions (L x W) 635 mm x Ø71 mm excluding bracket
Radome Material ABS (Halogen Free)
Radome Colour Pantone - Cool Gray (1C)
RAL - 7047
Water Ingress Protection Ratio/Standard IP65  IP Ratings Explained
Salt Spray MIL-STD 810F/ASTM B117
Connector N Type Socket directly on antenna, no cable included
Mounting Bracket Pole up to 50mm diameter
Wall and pole mount stainless steel
bracket
Country of Origin
HS Code
China
85291069
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
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