In this issue of To the Poynt we are introducing the new OMNI-403 and OMNI-404 antennas, smaller versions of our very popular OMNI-291 marine antenna. These new antennas have a smaller profile radome which is specifically designed for adverse marine & coastal environments. These antennas are intended to supplement and expand the range to offer more options to our customers, especially where aesthetics require a smaller antenna onboard. Please keep a lookout for the release in May 2020, which will include all the necessary technical and other related information.


With COVID-19 lockdowns still in place, our staff will be working remotely, but we will remain open for business during this period and contactable via the usual methods (telephone, email, etc.). We would like to remind you that we are still manufacturing and shipping products from our factory in China and Warehouse in the EU.
Please be safe, and good luck to everyone during these difficult times.

Video: MIMO 4X4

5G is moving towards 4×4 MIMO antenna solutions. In this short series of videos Dr Andre Fourie, Group CEO, discusses how you can construct 4×4 MIMO solutions for 5G, using 2×2 MIMO and SISO Antennas

FAQ – Distance from a base station

QUESTION: What is the maximum distance you will receive signal from a from a base station (BTS) with 4x4 LTE? Answer: It is important to emphasize that RF propagation depends on quite a few things including antenna sensitivity, power output, network congestion,...
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