Poynting Riktantenn 5G LTE 4x4 MIMO 11 dBi ePoynt

Article no.: A-EPNT-0002-V1-01
Delivery time: Est. delivery 7d
Poynting introduces a new series, ePoynt. The ePoynt antennas are designed to also house a router, turning the antenna enclosure into a Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). Just mount your own compatible LTE/5G router (max size 185 x 145 x 45mm). The ePoynt-2 (EPNT-2) antenna... read more
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Poynting introduces a new series, ePoynt.

The ePoynt antennas are designed to also house a router, turning the antenna enclosure into a Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). Just mount your own compatible LTE/5G router (max size 185 x 145 x 45mm).

The ePoynt-2 (EPNT-2) antenna housing uses our world-renowned Artificial Magnetic Conductor (AMC) technology from our XPOL -2-5G antenna. It provides a high-gain cross-polarized broadband directional antenna from 698-960 MHz to 1710-3800 MHz, making it ideal for LTE and 5G implementations.

EPNT-2 contains four cross-polarized cellular antennas, with two unidirectional elements offering a maximum gain of 11 dBi and two omnidirectional elements with a maximum gain of 5 dBi. This makes it ideal for 4×4 MIMO or dual 2×2 MIMO routers.

EPNT-2 also includes two omnidirectional dual-band Wi-Fi antennas covering 2.4 GHz and 5 to 6 GHz Wi-Fi bands for 2×2 MIMO. The WIFI antennas provide a local access point outdoors.

The combination of our directional XPOL-2-5G antenna with a world-class router provides exceptional performance and increased data throughput. The enclosure is designed to withstand adverse conditions, making the antenna weatherproof and waterproof with an IP65 rating.

Note that the router used must have a wide operating temperature range when placed in harsh environments.

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  • Combined enclosure for router and with high performance antenna
  • New advanced metamaterial technology
  • Exceptional performance with high gain across the main 4G/5G bands
  • Built-in 2×2 MIMO dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi antenna
  • Cross-polarized antennas for improved performance
  • Weather, dust and vandal-resistant housing (IP 65)

Areas of use

  • Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) Outdoor Antenna
  • LTE Internet Connectivity for Consumers
  • Industrial and Commercial LTE Deployment
  • Improving household reception in cities and in rural areas
  • LTE data dist ribution on agriculture

The Cell 1 connectors (Cell 1 Main and Div) go to the directional antenna. The Cell 2 connectors (Cell 2 Main and Div) go to the omnidirectional antennas. Use adapter cable RG174-30-RASMAM for connection between the router and the 4G/5G antennas (2 pcs for a 4G router and 4 pcs for a 5G router). Use 2 adapter cables RG174-30-RPSMAM-RASMAM to connect a router's WIFI to the built-in WIFI antennas in ePoynt.

Product sheet PDF (English)

Read more about how to align the antenna

Read more about 4G/LTE bands and frequencies

Read more about Swedish operators' bands, frequencies and common networks

The electronics in the box are not included, they are in the picture for illustration.

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Frequency band 698-960 MHz
  1710-2700 MHz
  3400-3800 MHz
Gain Max 11 dBi
  8.5 dBi, 698-960 MHz
  9 dBi, 1710-2700 MHz
  11 dBi, 3400-3800 MHz
Max output power 20W
Impedance 50 Ohm
Polarization ±45°
Frequency band WiFi 2400 - 2500 MHz
  5000 – 6000 MHz
Gain WiFi 3 dBi , 2400-2500 MHz
  7 dBi, 5000-6000 MHz
Cable connection Cell 4 pcs SMA female
  Wi-Fi 2 pcs SMA female
Size 260 x 264 x 168 mm
Max router size 185 x 145 x 45 mm
Weight 2 kg
Wind resistance <220 km/h
Temperature -40°C to +70°C
IP rating IP65< /td>
Attachment Mast attachment. Can also be placed on the wall (see accessories).

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Explanation of frequency bands

When choosing an antenna, pay attention to which frequency bands the antenna supports. Depending on which operator and where the antenna will be used, the frequency bands vary. Larger cities use 2600MHz while smaller towns use 800/900MHz with some support bands in between such as 1800/2100MHz.

A higher frequency band gives a higher speed but also has a shorter range. The same applies to the antenna, if you have a base station that transmits on 2600MHz, your antenna, antenna cable and the location of the antenna become more important than on a lower frequency band. Explanation of signal loss we will go through soon. Higher frequency bands also mean shorter range from the base station.

450MHz (coverage band) also known as the Net1 band is the frequency band that covers the most area in Sweden. Therefore, Net1 is known to be able to have reception where other operators don´t have a chance, but with low download and upload speeds. The reason why this band is called Net1 is because that the company Net1 has exclusive rights to this frequency band.

800MHz (coverage band) is used by all common operators, excluding Net1. The low frequency band means that 800MHz covers a lot of space. Therefore, the band is used outside big cities or smaller towns. 800MHz is the most used frequency band around Europe.

900MHz (coverage band) is the band that Tele2 and Telenor initially used as coverage band. 900MHz is a more unusual LTE band and in the beginning the band caused some problems when the clients (mobile phones etc.) could not connect to 900MHz. Today, the mobile phone manufacturers have adapted the mobile phones to be able to communicate on 900MHz.

1800MHz (capacity band) is the latest frequency band launched. All operators today use this band in metropolitan centers (apart from Net1).

2600MHz (capacity band) is a very well-used frequency band all over Europe. 2600MHz is the highest frequency band used for LTE, this means that the band also has the shortest range compared to 800/900MHz. Due to the high capacity, the band is used in metropolitan environments where many base stations are required to cover as much surface as possible and have as high a capacity as possible.

Frekvensplan 4G

Frequency band Net1 Tele2 Telia Telenor Tre
450MHz (Band 31)
800MHz (Band 20)
900MHz (Band 8)
1800MHz (Band 3)
2600MHz (Band 38)