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ANT-OMNI-291 - Poynting high gain linear marine and coastal antenna 450MHZ – 2700MHz

  • Dual GSM/WiFi antenna
  • 7dBi gain (max)
  • N Type socket antenna connector directly on antenna, no cable included
  • Marine qualified High Performance Omni-Directional antenna
  • Easy mounting with feed through 1" marine standard mounts
  • Robust and All-weatherproof
  • Special UV and Salt Coating protect the antenna against tempestuous weather conditions

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The OMNI-291 is a unique new design with improved electrical performance and using a standard 1 inch marine mount. The ultra-wide band covers all contemporary LTE operating frequencies with excellent balanced gain across all frequencies. Higher frequencies are not compromised and the antenna design allows Poynting to have superior pattern control over the entire frequency range making the OMNI-291 a true high performance omni-directional antenna.

Usable in all parts of the world, the OMNI-291 guarantees signal reception almost everywhere. Poynting Antennas achieves this through new antenna configuration using multiple dipoles and a unique (patented) feed network. The antenna is future proof as it covers the 450 MHz LTE frequency which is proving to be more and more popular!

See antenna mounting brackets in the accessories tab.

(for normal 4G (LTE) you will need TWO of these antenna)

Case Study: Poynting provides WiFi to the passengers onboard the MS Mohnesee in the North Rhine "Westphalian Sea - Click here to read the article

Download specification datasheet and polar diagrams
Frequency range

450 - 470MHz
698 - 960MHz
1710 - 2700MHz

Gain 7 dBi
VSWR <2.5:1 over 90% of the band
Feed Power Handling 10 W
Impedance 50 Ω
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Product Dimensions (L x W) 560 x 75mm
Weight 0.576kg
Radome Material UV Stable Marine ASA
Radome Colour White
Connector N Type Socket directly on antenna, no cable included
Preliminary specifications: may be subject to change
High resolution images Download here 20.07.16
User Guide Download here 10.06.16
Overview Guide - Marine and Coastal

Overview Guide - Marine and Coastal

Overview Guide - Poynting Antenna Solutions

Overview Guide - Poynting Antenna Solutions

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.

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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.