LPDA-0092 LPDA-0092 LPDA-0092




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Poynting LPDA Antenna

  • 11dBi
  • High gain all band antenna
  • Operating Frequency 698-3800MHz
  • 5G Ready; includes 3.2GHz to 3.8GHz CBRS Band
  • 7m cable with SMA Plug

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Pair of antenna and ±45° Polarisation Mounting Bracket



This high gain wideband directional antenna covers all international cellular, mobile and wireless data bands including GSM 900/GSM1800/UMTS/LTE bands as well as extended cellular and WiMAX bands such as European/USA "Digital Dividend bands" and 2.3-2.7GHz licensed and unlicensed data bands. Its configuration is suitable for various wireless communications systems, including 4G and 5G mobile data signals.

At 11/12 dBi, the LDPA-0092 is perfect for remote installations in which a line-of-sight connection must be established across a great distance and in potentially adverse conditions, such as over water from an island. The optimal mounting solution for the 0092 is to have a pair mounted in 45° linear polarisations on a mounting bracket (see the A-LDPA-92-kit) for high-capacity MIMO transmission.

The 0092 has a 7 metre HDF195 cable with an SMA Plug connector, giving plenty of length to mount the antenna in the most optimal position possible for clear line-of-sight.

Download specification datasheet - includes radiation patterns
Frequency (MHz) 698-3800 MHz
Gain 10 dBi @ 698-960 MHz
11 dBi @ 1710-2700 MHz
2.3 dBi @ 3400-3800 MHz
VSWR < 1.5:1 across 95% of the bands
Feed power handling 10W
E-plane 3 dB beamwidth 50° (± 5°)
H-plane 3 dB beamwidth 55° (± 5°)
Front to back (F/B ratio) 20 dB (± 3 dB)
Input impedance 50 Ω (nominal)
Polarisation Linear
Wind Survival 160 km/h
Temperature Range (Operating) - 40° C to +70° C
Shock 40G at 10 msec
Thermal Shock -20°C to +70°C:10 cycles
Water Ingress Rating IP65 (NEMA 4X)  IP Ratings Explained
Dimensions (l x w x d) 1112mm x 200mm x47mm
Weight 1.63kg
Mounting Stainless steel brackets for up to 60 mm poles
Antenna Connector 7m HDF195 antenna cable with SMA plug
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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