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The Poynting EPNT-4 Antenna Enclosure allows you to integrate your 4×4 Router within this enclosure. With the 4×4 omni-directional antenna that is also housed in the enclosure you reduce cable losses and improve performance significantly.

Poynting is proud to introduce this self-contained omni-directional LTE/5G enclosure that integrates both antenna and the customers 4×4 router within a stylish outdoor enclosure. The enclosure can accommodate routers up to the size of 140 mm x 120 mm x 50 mm which results in negligible cable losses between the antennas and the router.

What do you get?

  • Reduced cable losses.
  • Higher throughput.
  • A cleaner Installation.
  • 4×4 MIMO for improved equipment performance/throughput
  • Exceptional performance across the whole band, excellent for carrier aggregation
  • Futureproof 5G antenna enclosure ideal for FWA installations
  • Ultra-wideband as it covers 617 to 7200 MHz. This includes:
    • LTE/5G bands from 617 to 4200 MHz
    • Band 71 from 617 to 698 MHz.
    • CBRS Band from 3.5 to 4.2 GHz.
    • Dual-Band Wi-Fi antennas for 2.4 GHz and 5 to 7.2 GHz

Where can you use it?

  • Designed for commercial, industrial, residential, and urban applications, where reliable LTE/5G reception is required
  • Ideal for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) where an outdoor antenna is required for housing CPE electronics in one easy deploy solution
  • Marine applications, such as ferries, private yachts, and towing vessels.
  • Smart Environmental, Water Systems and Utilities M2M & IoT
  • Farming & Agricultural M2M & IoT
  • Oil & Gas communication systems
  • Municipal & Government systems
  • Other applications with harsh environments such as harbour buildings, buoys, pontoons, and smaller boats

The EPNT-4 complies with the relevant CE and RoHS standards as stated in our technical sheets. It is rated for temperatures from -40°C to +80°C and will survive winds of up to 220 km/h, with an impact resistance of IK10.

Please email us at [email protected] for more information on the EPNT-4 Antenna.