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PUCK-7 - Poynting 4-in-1 Transportation & IoT/M2M Antenna; 698 – 3800 MHz; 2X2 LTE (MIMO), 6 dBi; 2X2 Wi-Fi (MIMO), 7.5 dBi

  • 4-in-1 high performance multi frequency
  • 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
  • LTE (2X2 MIMO), Dual-band Wi-Fi (2X2 MIMO)
  • Wideband – covers wide frequency band, incl. 3.5 GHz CBRS band
  • Ground plane independent
  • Robust, vandal resistant and waterproof (IP69K)
  • Ideal for transportation, marine and IoT/M2M use
  • Ultra-versatile mounting options for easy installation

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Mfr part code: A-PUCK-0007-V1-01

Overview

Poynting’s PUCK range offers a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities, Transportation, Marine and the Agricultural/Farming markets. The PUCK-7 consists of a 4-in-1 antenna system within a single housing, featuring 2×2 MIMO LTE and 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dual-band 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz). The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698 MHz to 3800 MHz band, this includes the most popular international LTE bands. The antenna provides two separate dual-band Wi-Fi antennas offering concurrent 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, capable of 802.11n and 802.11ac/ax with 2×2 MIMO.

The PUCK exceeds the performance of many 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, which is often overlooked in such a small size antenna. Despite its small size, this antenna provides excellent performance, especially at the higher frequency bands, where performance is critical for LTE throughput and connection stability. This antenna is designed so that both the LTE ports are connected to the router/device to ensure the best performance.

Please see other derivatives of the PUCK range that are more suitable for a SISO application.

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

Specification
Download specification datasheet including polar plots  
  LTE WiFi
Ports 1&2 3&4
SISO/MIMO 2x2 MIMO 2x2MIMO
Frequency Bands 698 MHz - 3800 MHz 2.4 - 2.5 & 5-6 GHz
Peak Gain 6 dBi 7.5 dBi
Coax Cable Type RTK-031 RTK-031
Coax Cable Length 2m 2m
Connector Type SMA Plug SMA Plug,
2 x ReSMA Adapter included
IP Rating IP69K  
Mounting Bracket Ø20 Threaded Spigots (Up to 60mm
clamping thickness), Adhesive
Surface Mounting & Magnetic Mount
 
Dimensions & Weight Ø99.3 mm x 36 mm
476g
 
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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Poynting LTE Antenna Test

Video - Poynting LTE Antenna Test by ExploreVan UK - PUCK vs MIMO

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Video - Poynting LTE Antenna Test by ExploreVan UK - PUCK vs MIMO

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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.

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