Poynting introduces their all-new XPOL-24 directional 4x4 MIMO antenna and forms part of the new Lion Series. The XPOL-24 is an expansion of Poyntings very popular XPOL-2-5G antenna range. The antenna features 4x4 MIMO for 5G routers and future-proof implementation. The antenna applies our advanced metamaterial technology, making use of Artificial Magnetic Conductors (AMC) to achieve exceptional bandwidth and gain.
The XPOL-24 antenna covers the up-and-coming 5G bands, including the lower 617 to 960 MHz and the upper 3400 to 4200 MHz bands. The antenna performs exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 617 to 960 MHz, 1710 to 2700 MHz & 3400 to 4200 MHz. The antenna can achieve a peak gain of 11dBi across the wide band of operation due to the implementation of advanced metamaterial technology.
The XPOL-24 antenna also features 4x4 MIMO capability, adding to the exceptional performance of the antenna. The antenna elements are cross polarised with vertical, horizontal, and ±45° polarisations with spatial diversity for improved diversity and decorrelation. The frequency bands supported by the antenna are illustrated in the following graph.
Uni-directional 5G/LTE outdoor antenna
Wideband frequency coverage for 5G/LTE: 617 to 960 MHz & 1710 to 4200 MHz
High gain antenna with a peak of 11dBi
Cross-polarised and 4x4 MIMO for improved throughput
Future proof 5G/LTE Ready antenna
Works on all cellular networks across the world, including Band 71 (617 to 698 MHz)
Also covers the CBRS/5G Band from 3400 to 4200 MHz
UV Stable ASA plastic enclosure – ensures UV stable and chemical protected enclosure
Water & dust resistant enclosure (IP65)
Robust and strong design to survive adverse weather conditions
Versatile bracket design for easy and simple installation for pole / wall mounting
Antenna can withstand winds up to 160 km/h
DC grounded to prevent static build-up discharge
Complete specifications are available on the Documentation Tab of this listing.
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.
Band 71 Ready
This device supports Band 71. Band 71 is T-Mobile's rural cellular band that operates on 600mhz which provides significant increases in coverage on the T-Mobile network for customers traveling outside of urban areas. 5G ready devices that support Band 71 typically also support Band 71n which is the 5G band for T-Mobile. Note that not all devices are 5G devices so check the listing above but with or without 5G you will still achieve increased coverage on the T-Mobile network with any device that supports Band 71. For more information about Band 71, check out the Band 71 Guide from our friends at the Mobile Internet Resource Center.
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Poynting XPOL 24 4x4 MIMO
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