Poynting XPOL-0016 High Gain LTE MIMO Antenna
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Poynting XPOL-16 High Gain Cross Polarized LTE MIMO Antenna

SKU: A-XPOL-0016
Vendor
Poynting
Regular price
$235.00
Sale price
$235.00
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450MHZ-470MHZ & 790MHZ-860MHZ & 1710MHZ–2170MHZMAX GAIN: 8 DBI

  • Includes the new 450 - 470 MHz frequencies
  • Futureproof wideband LTE antenna
  • Backwards compatible with 3G and 2G technologies
  • Two antennas in one enclosure for optimal LTE performance
  • Improves mobile network subscriber's user experience
  • Increased connectivity stability
  • Weather- and vandal resistant enclosure

Product Overview

The antenna provides a unique frequency range from 450 – 470, 790 – 860, 1710 – 2170 MHz bands and is an innovative solution to boost reception of 4G, 3G and 2G network signals. It is a wall- or pole-mountable, dual polarized, full LTE band antenna. Incorporating two separately fed ultra wideband antenna elements in a single housing, the antenna is equipped to provide client-side MiMo and diversity support for the networks of today and tomorrow. This is a cost effective solution for enhancing signal reception and throughput. The XPOL-16 antenna increases signal reliability, ensures higher data throughput for users and provides a stable, high quality connection. This improves subscriber user experience and secures client retention. It is ideal for any application using the GSM network (LTE/ HSPA/3G/EDGE/GPRS).

Features

  • High gain directional antenna
  • Wideband - covers wide frequency band
  • Wall or pole mountable
  • Lightweight
  • Two antennas in one enclosure

Application areas

  • Machine-to-machine (M2M)
  • Urban and rural areas
  • Poor data signal reception (indoor or outdoor)
  • Slow data transmission connection
  • Unstable connection
  • Increase system transmission reliability
  • LTE fringe areas (close to an LTE area, but just out of reach)
  • Network operator flexibility - as the antennas is wideband, a new antenna is not needed per network operator - works on most networks
  • Regulatory