A NEW ANTENNA FOR THE USA – THE XPOL – 2 -5G – US

In this newsletter we introduce the XPOL-2-5G-USA that has been designed to accommodate the LTE Band 71 used by T-Mobile. This is one of the few panel antennas that covers the 617 to 698 MHz at such a high gain.

If you missed our Marine LTE, 5G and Wi-Fi solutions webinar, you can find a link to the recording below. We also recorded the unboxing of our smaller marine antennas and you can learn more about the OMNI-403 and OMNI-404 in this video.

Welcome to our new partners and colleagues that joined the Poynting team.

New XPOL-2-5G-US

New XPOL-2-5G-US

The new XPOL-2-5G-US antenna is an expansion of the very popular, third generation, XPOL-2 “V3”. The antenna has been electrically redesigned, to accommodate the LTE Band 71 that allows the antenna to operate from 617 to 698 MHz. The antenna applies our advanced...

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Anechoic Chamber Completion

Anechoic Chamber Completion

As mentioned in the previous newsletter, our anechoic chamber has undergone extensive upgrades. The goal was to increase the stability and repeatability of our antenna measurements as well as learn new measurement techniques and subtleties. Some of the RF components...

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New Partners

New Partners

Poynting Antennas is very excited to announce a new partnership in Europe. First Telecom was established in 1996, with headquarters in Athens, Greece and with branches in Serbia & the United Kingdom.  First Telecom is focused on carrier services,...

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Poynting Is Expanding

Poynting Is Expanding

We would like to welcome Corne Hart, Customer Service and Order desk Representative at Poynting Antennas and Muhammed Mitha. Senior Finanical Manager at Poynting Group to the Poynting team. More about them here.

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Next Webinar: The Future of Connectivity in Motion

Please register for our webinar titled: “To the Poynt – The Future of Connectivity in Motion” below. The webinar takes place on the 6th of July 2022, and we would like to see you there.

Fixed Wireless Access Solution From Poynting Resolves Marginal Rural Telecommunication

Challenge Mashovhela relies on Vodacom’s GSM network for wireless telecommunications services. The lodges’ geographical situation amongst the mountains of Limpopo complicates wireless access due to marginal, patchy network coverage and low signal levels in the...