Poynting LPDA high-gain wideband directional antenna can be coupled with a second matching antenna and dipole mount for 2x2 MIMO compatibility. With a max of 11db gain, this antenna is a great solution for rural home configurations. The antenna is future proof for cellular 5G bands and covers all international cellular, mobile and wireless data bands. Complete specifications located on the documentation tab.
This antenna is unique in its combination of ultra wide-band operator with a consistent high-gain performance. It has been successfully used in extreme weather environments in Africa and Europe with close to zero failures according to manufacturer. This antenna is large so please check the specifications sheet to ensure compatibility with your application.
Optional 45 degree mounting bracket shown. Antennas include 90 degree mounting bracket, 45 degree is optional.
The product featured on this page includes a directional antenna. Directional antennas must be pointed towards a cellular tower to perform optimally. Directional antennas typically have a field of vision of approximately 10-25 degrees and when pointed properly achieve exceptional performance for long range applications. Directional antennas are often best suited for fixed installation applications such as for rural home or office use but can also be used in mobile applications where customers are comfortable aiming the antenna at the correct cell tower.
*For customers with dual modem applications note that if you are using multiple cellular providers, cellular towers may be located in different directions from one another making a single directional antenna difficult to use on more than one provider. Consider an omni directional antenna for this application or multiple directional antennas based on your use case.
This device is FirstNet Ready! FirstNet is the nationwide public safety communications platform dedicated to America's first responders. Being built with AT&T, in public-private partnership with the FirstNet Authority, FirstNet utilizes Band-14, which is reserved for public safety but is also being marketed as available to the public for additional bandwidth capacity. In testing Band-14 has been made available during non-emergency situations to the public to provide additional bandwidth and coverages to customers who have a modem that supports FirstNet's Band-14. Not all modems that support Band-14 are "FirstNet Certified" however they typically can connect to Band-14 in most areas. Information on FirstNet certifications can be found on Specification sheets located on the Documentation Tab. Additional information about FirstNet's use and technology can be found in this article from our friends at the RV Mobile Internet Resource Center.
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Great Speeds on Towers 4-8 miles away
Thanks to Dave & Erik for all your patience, help to find the right product with the right feature-set, and even save a few bucks in the process. - Our 2x MIMO array is now working well with three active/active LTE Advanced modems in total and we are seeing speeds north of 100mbps. We work very remotely, and being able to provide enough reliable connectivity for multiple video calls and other normal work stressed the former 1 radio solution.