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Poynting OMNI-493 OMNI. Directional Marine & Coastal 5G, LTE Antenna

Part Number: OMNI-493

Poynting OMNI-493 Antenna Front Angle.

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The OMNI-493 is an ultra-wideband, high performance, omni-directional antenna that covers the contemporary 4G/LTE and future 5G operating frequencies with excellent balanced gain across all frequencies.

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More Information - Poynting OMNI-493 Antenna

The OMNI-493 is an ultra-wideband, high performance, omni-directional antenna that covers the contemporary 4G/LTE and future 5G operating frequencies with excellent balanced gain across all frequencies. The ultra-wideband performance from the antenna allows it to operate from 617 to 3800 MHz, with a peak gain of 9 dBi. This makes the antenna usable in all parts of the world and guarantees signal reception almost everywhere.

The antenna design allows for superior pattern control over the entire frequency range, making the OMNI-493 a true high performance omni-directional antenna, suitable for marine and coastal applications. Poynting antennas achieves this performance through new antenna design, where multiple dipoles and a unique (patented) feed network is implemented. The antenna is future proof as it covers the up and coming 617 to 698 MHz band, as well as 3400 to 3800 MHz which will be utilised for future 5G applications.

Poynting OMNI-493 Key Highlights

  • High gain omni-directional antenna
  • Includes band 71 (617 to 698 MHz) and 3.5 GHz 5G bands
  • Wideband operation, makes the antenna future proof
  • Antenna is purpose-built for marine and coastal operation
  • Robust and weather resistant design with IP68 rating
  • UV stable and saltwater resistant enclosure for marine
  • Please note - the OMNI-493 comes with a Marine Adapter (1'' -14 TPI) & L-bracket as standard. It also supports mounting to the following brackets which are sold separately: BRKT-37 (flat mount), BRKT-38 (ratchet mount), BRKT-39 (rail mount)

Application Areas

  • Marine applications / Yachts / Boats / Ferries
  • Enhanced 4G/LTE and 5G reception
  • IoT & M2M applications
  • Areas with poor data signal reception
  • Improve data transmission connection reliability and stability

What's in the Box?

  • A-OMNI-0493
  • 1” (14 TPI) Marine Adapter (BRKT-40)
  • L-bracket (Ø30-50mm Pole)

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