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A-OMNI-403 - Poynting SISO Omni Marine & Coastal 5dBi 698MHZ – 2700MHZ ANTENNA

  • Medium gain omni-directional antenna
  • The antenna is purpose-built for marine and coastal applications
  • Fits directly to standard 1-inch (14 TPI) marine mount
  • UV and salt-water resistant
  • Suitable for 5G deployments up to 2700 MHz
  • N Type socket, cable not included
  • Weather-proof enclosure - IP69K
  • Pole, wall or magnetic mountable

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A-OMNI-403

Overview

The  OMNI-403  is  a  wide  band  LTE  antenna  with  a  smaller  profile  radome  which  is  specifically  designed  for  adverse  marine  &  coastal environments. This antenna uses a standard 1-inch (14 TPI) marine mount for simplified installation to most standard marine attachments. The antenna is designed for superior pattern control over the entire frequency range, making the OMNI-403 an exceptional omni-directional antenna for its size and application. Poynting Antennas achieves this through a new antenna design using multiple dipoles and a unique (patented)  feed  network.  This  antenna  covers  all  contemporary  LTE  operating  frequencies  with  excellently  balanced  gain  across  all frequencies, enhancing LTE performance features, such a multi carrier aggregation (CA). This antenna is suitable on all 5G networks up to 2700 MHz.

Specification
Download Specification Datasheet including radiation patterns
Peak Gain 5dBi
Frequency Bands 698-960 MHz: 2.8dBi
1710-2170 MHz: 5dBi
2300-2700 MHz: 4.5dBi
VSWR across operating bands ≤ 2:1
Feed power handling 10W
Input impedance 50 Ohm
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Connector Type N Type Socket - cable not included
IP Rating IP69k  IP Ratings Explained
Mounting Standard 1'' -14 TPI marine mount
Dimensions (l x w) ± 252 mm x Ø75 mm (Incl. BRKT-40)
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
High Resolution Images Download here 17.06.2020
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Videos
Video - Ep16 - A Word from the Wise – Poynting Marine Antennas

Video: Podcast – Poynting Marine Antennas

In this episode of A Word from the Wise, Louise and Daniel talk through the Poynting Marine Antenna options available and which antenna would suit your needs best.

4G & 5G Podcast

Video Podcast - Episode 3

Episode 3 covering the acronyms and letters surrounding 4G and 5G and what their meanings are. Where does LTE fit in? What are category classifications and their download speeds? How many antennas on a mobile router? Would you be better off with a higher category 4G router than investing in a 5G router? Steve and Louise also discuss antenna cable and the losses involved with having a too long cable which leads on to conversation about the new Teltonika networking range.

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.
Article - IP Ratings Explained, by  Daniel Coombs

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.

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