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Poynting Outdoor Vehicle 'PUCK' Roof Mount Antenna

5-IN-1 High Performance, small size antenna; 2×2 MIMO LTE: 690 MHz – 3800 MHz, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi: Dualband 2.4 – 2.5 & 5-6 GHz, GPS/GLONASS: 1575.42/1600 MHz

  • 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready, includes 3.2GHz to 3.8GHz)
  • 2 x MiMo LTE, 2 x MiMo Wi-Fi
  • High Performance GPS / GLONASS
  • Small & Low-Profile (Ø 100mm x h 36mm)
  • Waterproof & Dustproof (complies with IP68)
  • Highly Ruggedised (complies with IK10)
  • Fire Resistant (certified with ECE-R 118.02)
  • Easy installation; multi implementation options (as standard)
  • UV Stable Enclosure
  • Wideband – covers wide frequency band
  • Ground plane independent – performs consistently with and without a ground plane.

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Mfr part code: PUCK-5


Poynting’s PUCK-5 antenna offers a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities and Transportation markets. This 5-in-1 antenna boasts 2×2 MIMO LTE, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dualband 2.4GHz & 5GHz) and GPS/GLONASS within the same enclosure, while keeping implementation as simple as possible with its many mounting options. Due to excellence in engineering and a solid design, this antenna provides exceptional performance for its small size.

The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698MHz to 2700MHz band, which includes the most popular international LTE bands. The antenna provides 2x dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4GHz and 5GHz on each antenna, capable of 802.11n, 802.11ac and the new 802.11ax with 2×2 MIMO. The fifth antenna is a high performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating at temperatures as low as -40ºC.

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range provides easy installation with the multiple mounting options. This includes as standard:

  • Spigot Mount – two different lengths included (40mm & 80mm)
  • Vertical Pole mount (inner & outer mounting for smaller and larger poles)
  • Horizontal Pole Mount (e.g. marine rails)
  • Magnetic Mount
  • Surface Mount (Double Sided Tape)
  • Wall Mount
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Electrical Specifications:
Frequency bands 690-960  MHz
1710-2700  MHz
3200-3800  MHz
Gain (max) 6dBi
VSWR ≤2.5:1
Input Impedence 50 Ω
Polarisation Linear vertical
Electrical Specifications:
Frequency range (GPS) 1575.42MHz/1600MHz
Gain (max) 6dBi
VSWR ≤1.5:1
Polarisation RHCP
Electrical Specifications:
Frequency 2400-2500  MHz
5000–6000  MHz
Gain (Max) Port 1 & 2 7dBi
VSWR Port 1 & 2 ≤2:1 over 95% of the band
Polarisation Linear vertical
Input Impedence 50 Ω
Dimensions Ø99.3 mm x 36 mm
Weight 523g
Cable Cable length: 2m
Coax cable type: RTK-031
Connector  type: SMA Plugs & RPSMA Plugs
Water Ingress Rating IP68
High Resolution Images Download here 07.01.19
Video - Introduction to the Puck Antenna range from Poynting

Video - Introduction to the Puck Antenna range from Poynting

Article - Antenna Choices for your Vehicle, by  Louise Barrett

Article - Antenna Choices for your Vehicle, by Louise Barrett

The Solwise antenna range has traditionally contained antennas that have been mounted on a pole or on a wall/building/portable building but in more recent times we are seeing more antennas used on vehicles. These include a wide range of vehicles such as cars, buses, lorries, caravans, motorhomes, boats, barges and even a space agency, an F1 team, mountain rescue teams and a defence contractor have all bought antenna hardware from us so who knows where some vehicle antenna have ended up!
Across our range we offer permanent and temporary solutions for antennas to mount on your vehicle; these antennas cover WiFi solutions and Mobile Data Solutions which means we have something for most situations.
Guest Article - Choosing between a directional or an omni antenna, by  Stephen Froneman of Poynting

Guest Article - 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.