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We unbox the new 5G Cross Polarised MIMO antenna from Poynting 

X-POLARISED, OMNI-DIRECTIONAL, LTE MIMO ANTENNA
698 - 3800 MHz, 3 dBi

Exceptional performance over the main 4G/5G bands
• High gain for the antenna size
• Wideband 2X2 or 4X4 MIMO 4G/5G antenna
• Backwards compatible 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
• Weather, dust and vandal resistant enclosure (IP 65)

The XPOL-1-5G is Poynting’s second generation “V2” of this very popular Cross Polarised (XPOL), cellular band, 2x2 MIMO antenna. The
addition of a 4X4 MIMO derivative is also available for user specific needs. The antenna has been completely redesigned from the previous
generation with an all new enclosure and antenna design. The antenna now includes the newer 3400 - 3800 MHz bands as well as the in
demand lower 698 MHz band, which were not previously covered by our V1 and is suitable for 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G. This antenna performs
exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 698 – 960 MHz, 1700 –2700 MHz & 3400 – 3800 MHz, with a peak gain of 3 dBi across the
frequency bands of operation.

The radiation patterns of this antenna are omni-directional and exceptionally well controlled, further adding to the performance of the
antenna. This makes the antenna perfect for most application areas, such as urban, rural, agricultural and commercial, to achieve the best
possible coverage over a large area. The robust mechanical enclosure design makes the antenna weather, dust and vandal resistant and
gives it an IP65 rating, suitable for harsh environments.

Specs here: https://poynting.tech/antennas-and-accessories/antennas/farming-agricultural-antennas/xpol-1-5g/ 

Contact us at info@poynting.tech or find our distributors here:
https://poynting.tech/contact/

We unbox the new 5G Cross Polarised MIMO antenna from Poynting

X-POLARISED, OMNI-DIRECTIONAL, LTE MIMO ANTENNA
698 - 3800 MHz, 3 dBi

Exceptional performance over the main 4G/5G bands
• High gain for the antenna size
• Wideband 2X2 or 4X4 MIMO 4G/5G antenna
• Backwards compatible 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
• Weather, dust and vandal resistant enclosure (IP 65)

The XPOL-1-5G is Poynting’s second generation “V2” of this very popular Cross Polarised (XPOL), cellular band, 2x2 MIMO antenna. The
addition of a 4X4 MIMO derivative is also available for user specific needs. The antenna has been completely redesigned from the previous
generation with an all new enclosure and antenna design. The antenna now includes the newer 3400 - 3800 MHz bands as well as the in
demand lower 698 MHz band, which were not previously covered by our V1 and is suitable for 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G. This antenna performs
exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 698 – 960 MHz, 1700 –2700 MHz & 3400 – 3800 MHz, with a peak gain of 3 dBi across the
frequency bands of operation.

The radiation patterns of this antenna are omni-directional and exceptionally well controlled, further adding to the performance of the
antenna. This makes the antenna perfect for most application areas, such as urban, rural, agricultural and commercial, to achieve the best
possible coverage over a large area. The robust mechanical enclosure design makes the antenna weather, dust and vandal resistant and
gives it an IP65 rating, suitable for harsh environments.

Specs here: https://poynting.tech/antennas-and-accessories/antennas/farming-agricultural-antennas/xpol-1-5g/

Contact us at info@poynting.tech or find our distributors here:
https://poynting.tech/contact/

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Poynting Product - We unbox our new MIMO 5G Antenna - the XPOL-1-5G

Poynting Antennas 2.6K views 28th Jul 2020 10:55 am

Struggling to fit the suckers to the XPOL-1-5G Antenna? One way to get them to fit easier is to soak them in hot water for a couple of minutes and then firmly push them into the holes while twisting.

The XPOL-1-5G Antenna covers the 698 - 3800 MHz band.

Exceptional performance over the main 4G/5G bands
• High gain for the antenna size
• Wideband 2X2 or 4X4 MIMO 4G/5G antenna
• Backwards compatible 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
• Weather, dust and vandal resistant enclosure (IP 65)

The XPOL-1-5G is Poynting’s second generation “V2” of this very popular Cross Polarised (XPOL), cellular band, 2x2 MIMO antenna. The
addition of a 4X4 MIMO derivative is also available for user specific needs. The antenna has been completely redesigned from the previous
generation with an all new enclosure and antenna design. The antenna now includes the newer 3400 - 3800 MHz bands as well as the in
demand lower 698 MHz band, which were not previously covered by our V1 and is suitable for 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G. This antenna performs
exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 698 – 960 MHz, 1700 –2700 MHz & 3400 – 3800 MHz, with a peak gain of 3 dBi across the
frequency bands of operation.

The radiation patterns of this antenna are omni-directional and exceptionally well controlled, further adding to the performance of the
antenna. This makes the antenna perfect for most application areas, such as urban, rural, agricultural and commercial, to achieve the best
possible coverage over a large area. The robust mechanical enclosure design makes the antenna weather, dust and vandal resistant and
gives it an IP65 rating, suitable for harsh environments.

Specs here: https://poynting.tech/antennas-and-accessories/antennas/farming-agricultural-antennas/xpol-1-5g/ 

Contact us at info@poynting.tech or find our distributors here:
https://poynting.tech/contact/

Struggling to fit the suckers to the XPOL-1-5G Antenna? One way to get them to fit easier is to soak them in hot water for a couple of minutes and then firmly push them into the holes while twisting.

The XPOL-1-5G Antenna covers the 698 - 3800 MHz band.

Exceptional performance over the main 4G/5G bands
• High gain for the antenna size
• Wideband 2X2 or 4X4 MIMO 4G/5G antenna
• Backwards compatible 2G/3G/4G/LTE antenna (5G Ready)
• Weather, dust and vandal resistant enclosure (IP 65)

The XPOL-1-5G is Poynting’s second generation “V2” of this very popular Cross Polarised (XPOL), cellular band, 2x2 MIMO antenna. The
addition of a 4X4 MIMO derivative is also available for user specific needs. The antenna has been completely redesigned from the previous
generation with an all new enclosure and antenna design. The antenna now includes the newer 3400 - 3800 MHz bands as well as the in
demand lower 698 MHz band, which were not previously covered by our V1 and is suitable for 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G. This antenna performs
exceptionally well in the following frequency bands: 698 – 960 MHz, 1700 –2700 MHz & 3400 – 3800 MHz, with a peak gain of 3 dBi across the
frequency bands of operation.

The radiation patterns of this antenna are omni-directional and exceptionally well controlled, further adding to the performance of the
antenna. This makes the antenna perfect for most application areas, such as urban, rural, agricultural and commercial, to achieve the best
possible coverage over a large area. The robust mechanical enclosure design makes the antenna weather, dust and vandal resistant and
gives it an IP65 rating, suitable for harsh environments.

Specs here: https://poynting.tech/antennas-and-accessories/antennas/farming-agricultural-antennas/xpol-1-5g/

Contact us at info@poynting.tech or find our distributors here:
https://poynting.tech/contact/

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Fitting the suckers to the XPOL-1-5G Antenna

Poynting Antennas 325 views 10th Oct 2020 11:00 am

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In this video Mathias Huth, Head of Remote Consulting, shows us how he mounted a MIMO-3 antenna on the roof of his motorhome. The Huth family has been travelling in a motorhome for 2 years and need to be able to work and school remotely.

0:00 Introduction
2:31 Unpacking the MIMO-3 Antenna
5:32 Fitting the antenna on the roof
6:38 The Speedtests
7:47 Contact details

The MIMO-3 is the ideal antenna to improve your internet connectivity and speed. It gives you
- True world wide coverage including 5G and very low frequencies 410-3800 Mhz vs 698-2700 MHz
- Optimized radiation patterns for even better connection stability and reliability in urban and even very remote areas
- Higher throughput

The A-MIMO-0003-V2-12 is a 2-in-1 high performance multi frequency antenna within a single housing. The two cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) covers the contemporary 698 MHz to 2700 MHz bands, as well as the new emerging LTE and 5G spectrum for 450MHz and 3.5GHz CBRS bands, which is becoming popular across the various international cellular network operators for LTE. The ultra-wideband performance of the antenna allows it to be used across different operators and technologies and is ready for future cellular technologies up to 3.8 GHz for 5G applications. The antenna exceeds the performance of most competitors due to the attention to the design of this high-performance antenna. The radiation patterns of all radiating elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation. This is an important criterion for the transportation and marine market, which the antenna was specifically designed for. 

Main applications are for commercial/industrial vehicles, marine, M2M and other IoT systems using a wide range of radio technologies, while remaining futureproof over the wide frequency band.

More information on the antenna here:
https://poynting.tech/antennas-accessories/antennas/marine-coastal-antennas/mimo-3-12/
Contact Poynting at info@poynting.tech
Contact Mathias at mh@remote-consulting.com

In this video Mathias Huth, Head of Remote Consulting, shows us how he mounted a MIMO-3 antenna on the roof of his motorhome. The Huth family has been travelling in a motorhome for 2 years and need to be able to work and school remotely.

0:00 Introduction
2:31 Unpacking the MIMO-3 Antenna
5:32 Fitting the antenna on the roof
6:38 The Speedtests
7:47 Contact details

The MIMO-3 is the ideal antenna to improve your internet connectivity and speed. It gives you
- True world wide coverage including 5G and very low frequencies 410-3800 Mhz vs 698-2700 MHz
- Optimized radiation patterns for even better connection stability and reliability in urban and even very remote areas
- Higher throughput

The A-MIMO-0003-V2-12 is a 2-in-1 high performance multi frequency antenna within a single housing. The two cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) covers the contemporary 698 MHz to 2700 MHz bands, as well as the new emerging LTE and 5G spectrum for 450MHz and 3.5GHz CBRS bands, which is becoming popular across the various international cellular network operators for LTE. The ultra-wideband performance of the antenna allows it to be used across different operators and technologies and is ready for future cellular technologies up to 3.8 GHz for 5G applications. The antenna exceeds the performance of most competitors due to the attention to the design of this high-performance antenna. The radiation patterns of all radiating elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation. This is an important criterion for the transportation and marine market, which the antenna was specifically designed for.

Main applications are for commercial/industrial vehicles, marine, M2M and other IoT systems using a wide range of radio technologies, while remaining futureproof over the wide frequency band.

More information on the antenna here:
https://poynting.tech/antennas-accessories/antennas/marine-coastal-antennas/mimo-3-12/
Contact Poynting at info@poynting.tech
Contact Mathias at mh@remote-consulting.com

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Mounting and testing the Poynting LTE Antenna (MIMO-3) on a Motorhome

Poynting Antennas 680 views 3rd Nov 2020 10:54 am

We are deep in a testing round with the Pepwave MAX Transit Duo router with dual Cat-12 modems, each with 2x2 MIMO ports. 

We are experimenting with a variety of antenna options and have just gotten in the new MobileMark LTMG944 9-in-1 Antenna with 4x4 cellular, 4x4 WiFi and GPS antennas. 

We will be comparing it against the Poynting MIMO-3-V2 7-in-1 with 4x4 Cellular, 2x2 WiFi and GPS - along with other antenna configurations. 

We have been provided the router and two antennas for evaluation by the awesome folks at MobileMustHave.com - but we have not been compensated to create this video, do our testing and nor are we affiliates. All of our extensive field testing time and reviews are paid for by our premium members. For their support, they get exclusive access to our testing results and reviews - and we pass along any affiliate kickbacks offered as higher discounts to them. 

All gear will be offered back to MobileMustHave upon our completed testing, or offered to our members on a donation to charity of their choice basis. 


For more information:

Pepwave Max Transit Duo: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/maxtransit
MobileMark LTM Antennas: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/mobilemark-ltm
Poynting MIMO-3-V2: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/poynting-mimo3

Testing Lab Results:
https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/guides/in-progress-pepwave-max-transit-duo-vs-wifiranger-converge-mimo-antennas/


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The Mobile Internet Resource Center is dedicated to helping mobile travelers (RVers, cruisers, nomads, etc.) keep connected!  

This channel is part of the Mobile Internet Resource Center, and you'll find even MORE content (guides, news, courses, reviews, forums, gear and more) on our website: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com. 

We are funded by our premium members, who allow us to make this niche topic our focus and offer a ton of free content (like this channel) to the public! Our members get a bunch of extra access to our Q&A forums, in-depth guides, product reviews, courses, insider tips and webinars.

Interested in helping keep us funded to continue creating content? Want to go deeper? Want more interactive guidance? 

Consider becoming a member at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership

The Mobile Internet Resource Center is brought to you by Two Steps Beyond LLC, the consultancy run by Cherie & Chris of Technomadia.com (full time tech nomads since 2006 by RV & boat). 

© Two Steps Beyond LLC 2020
For entertainment purposes only. See our website for a full disclaimer.

We are deep in a testing round with the Pepwave MAX Transit Duo router with dual Cat-12 modems, each with 2x2 MIMO ports.

We are experimenting with a variety of antenna options and have just gotten in the new MobileMark LTMG944 9-in-1 Antenna with 4x4 cellular, 4x4 WiFi and GPS antennas.

We will be comparing it against the Poynting MIMO-3-V2 7-in-1 with 4x4 Cellular, 2x2 WiFi and GPS - along with other antenna configurations.

We have been provided the router and two antennas for evaluation by the awesome folks at MobileMustHave.com - but we have not been compensated to create this video, do our testing and nor are we affiliates. All of our extensive field testing time and reviews are paid for by our premium members. For their support, they get exclusive access to our testing results and reviews - and we pass along any affiliate kickbacks offered as higher discounts to them.

All gear will be offered back to MobileMustHave upon our completed testing, or offered to our members on a donation to charity of their choice basis.


For more information:

Pepwave Max Transit Duo: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/maxtransit
MobileMark LTM Antennas: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/gear/mobilemark-ltm
Poynting MIMO-3-V2: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/poynting-mimo3

Testing Lab Results:
https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/guides/in-progress-pepwave-max-transit-duo-vs-wifiranger-converge-mimo-antennas/


--------------------------------
The Mobile Internet Resource Center is dedicated to helping mobile travelers (RVers, cruisers, nomads, etc.) keep connected!

This channel is part of the Mobile Internet Resource Center, and you'll find even MORE content (guides, news, courses, reviews, forums, gear and more) on our website: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com.

We are funded by our premium members, who allow us to make this niche topic our focus and offer a ton of free content (like this channel) to the public! Our members get a bunch of extra access to our Q&A forums, in-depth guides, product reviews, courses, insider tips and webinars.

Interested in helping keep us funded to continue creating content? Want to go deeper? Want more interactive guidance?

Consider becoming a member at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership

The Mobile Internet Resource Center is brought to you by Two Steps Beyond LLC, the consultancy run by Cherie & Chris of Technomadia.com (full time tech nomads since 2006 by RV & boat).

© Two Steps Beyond LLC 2020
For entertainment purposes only. See our website for a full disclaimer.

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In Testing: 4x4 MIMO Antennas - Poynting MIMO-3-V2 vs MobileMark LTM All-in-one

Poynting Antennas 11.6K views 20th Mar 2020 4:48 pm

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Underground communication systems perform a vital role in the safety & productivity in mining and tunneling operations, where modern underground operations use communication systems to enable secure voice communications, to locate both people and machines, remote control of vehicles and systems, mining operations automation, as well as site access and security. A crucial component of the underground communication system is the antenna; a specialized antenna can improve the wireless connectivity in such an environment.

Poynting have a long history of designing and supplying specialist antennas specifically for mining and tunnel communication systems in mines. Poynting manufacture a complete WiFi and LTE range of antennas which are used in mines internationally. Of particular interest, is the circular polarised helical antenna range, called MinePoynt antennas. These antennas have gained significant popularity with our customers and have proven to substantially enhance RF propagation in these intense underground conditions, thereby complimenting the abilities of the connected LTE/WiFi/Mesh nodes and access point equipment.

Numerous customer tests in mines have been performed over the past 10 years showing MinePoynt antennas to achieve ranges 3x to 4x those obtained with a similar gain linear polarised antenna. Some initial tests in a South African coal mine demonstrated a person 1.2 km away from the access point fitted with a HELI-3 MinePoynt making perfect VoIP calls using a handheld WiFi phone. Customers reported numerous other tests done in SA gold mines and various Australian mines with similar performance.

https://poynting.tech/mining-tunnel-range/
Contact info@poynting.tech

Underground communication systems perform a vital role in the safety & productivity in mining and tunneling operations, where modern underground operations use communication systems to enable secure voice communications, to locate both people and machines, remote control of vehicles and systems, mining operations automation, as well as site access and security. A crucial component of the underground communication system is the antenna; a specialized antenna can improve the wireless connectivity in such an environment.

Poynting have a long history of designing and supplying specialist antennas specifically for mining and tunnel communication systems in mines. Poynting manufacture a complete WiFi and LTE range of antennas which are used in mines internationally. Of particular interest, is the circular polarised helical antenna range, called MinePoynt antennas. These antennas have gained significant popularity with our customers and have proven to substantially enhance RF propagation in these intense underground conditions, thereby complimenting the abilities of the connected LTE/WiFi/Mesh nodes and access point equipment.

Numerous customer tests in mines have been performed over the past 10 years showing MinePoynt antennas to achieve ranges 3x to 4x those obtained with a similar gain linear polarised antenna. Some initial tests in a South African coal mine demonstrated a person 1.2 km away from the access point fitted with a HELI-3 MinePoynt making perfect VoIP calls using a handheld WiFi phone. Customers reported numerous other tests done in SA gold mines and various Australian mines with similar performance.

https://poynting.tech/mining-tunnel-range/
Contact info@poynting.tech

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Poynting MiniHELI Antennas - for mining and underground communications

Poynting Antennas 414 views 4th Sep 2019 1:15 pm

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Poynting PUCK antenna - unboxing

Poynting Antennas 3.1K views 16th Apr 2020 7:39 pm

Poynting PUCK antenna - Dropping a weight on the antenna

Poynting Antennas 198 views 3rd Apr 2019 12:42 pm

We drove a 2000kg Jeep Wrangler over the Poynting PUCK Antenna to see if it survives. 

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range, named after the hockey puck, is a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities and Transportation markets. This antenna range offers a variety of options for MIMO LTE, MIMO Wi-Fi and GPS/GLONASS within the same enclosure while keeping the implementation as simple as possible with its variety of mounting options ‘in the box’. Due to superior engineering and a solid design, this antenna provides exceptional electrical performance for its small size.

The flagship 5-in-1 antenna boasts 2×2 MIMO LTE, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dualband 2.4GHz + 5GHz) and GPS/GLONASS antennas within one enclosure. Other variants offer a subset of this configuration. The PUCK range includes a Wi-Fi only variant and a GPS/GLONASS only variant, namely the GPS-1-V2.

The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698MHz to 2700MHz band, which includes the most popular international LTE bands. This antenna is designed to cover the 3200MHz to 3800MHz CBRS bands, which will also be used in 5G cellular networks in various international markets, making this antenna 5G Ready! The PUCK’s 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi antennas are both dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4GHz and 5GHz on each antenna, making them capable of 802.11n, 802.11ac and the more recent 802.11ax specification. The fifth antenna is a high-performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating at temperatures as low as -40ºC.

“The radiation patterns of all elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation, which is often overlooked in such a small size antenna.” – Stephen Froneman, Product Manager at Poynting Group
This antenna exceeds the performance of many competitor products of similar size, especially at the higher frequency bands, where performance is critical for LTE throughput and connection stability.

Many Mounting Possibilities are included as standard

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range provides easy installation with the multiple mounting options. This includes as standard:

Spigot Mount – two different lengths included (40mm & 80mm)
Vertical Pole mount (inner & outer mounting for smaller and larger poles)
Horizontal Pole Mount (e.g. marine rails)
Magnetic Mount
Surface Mount (Double Sided Tape)
Wall Mount
Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information. You can also have a look at the technical specifications on our website here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

We drove a 2000kg Jeep Wrangler over the Poynting PUCK Antenna to see if it survives.

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range, named after the hockey puck, is a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities and Transportation markets. This antenna range offers a variety of options for MIMO LTE, MIMO Wi-Fi and GPS/GLONASS within the same enclosure while keeping the implementation as simple as possible with its variety of mounting options ‘in the box’. Due to superior engineering and a solid design, this antenna provides exceptional electrical performance for its small size.

The flagship 5-in-1 antenna boasts 2×2 MIMO LTE, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dualband 2.4GHz + 5GHz) and GPS/GLONASS antennas within one enclosure. Other variants offer a subset of this configuration. The PUCK range includes a Wi-Fi only variant and a GPS/GLONASS only variant, namely the GPS-1-V2.

The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698MHz to 2700MHz band, which includes the most popular international LTE bands. This antenna is designed to cover the 3200MHz to 3800MHz CBRS bands, which will also be used in 5G cellular networks in various international markets, making this antenna 5G Ready! The PUCK’s 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi antennas are both dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4GHz and 5GHz on each antenna, making them capable of 802.11n, 802.11ac and the more recent 802.11ax specification. The fifth antenna is a high-performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating at temperatures as low as -40ºC.

“The radiation patterns of all elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation, which is often overlooked in such a small size antenna.” – Stephen Froneman, Product Manager at Poynting Group
This antenna exceeds the performance of many competitor products of similar size, especially at the higher frequency bands, where performance is critical for LTE throughput and connection stability.

Many Mounting Possibilities are included as standard

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range provides easy installation with the multiple mounting options. This includes as standard:

Spigot Mount – two different lengths included (40mm & 80mm)
Vertical Pole mount (inner & outer mounting for smaller and larger poles)
Horizontal Pole Mount (e.g. marine rails)
Magnetic Mount
Surface Mount (Double Sided Tape)
Wall Mount
Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information. You can also have a look at the technical specifications on our website here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

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Jeep Wrangler drives over the rugged Poynting 5-in-1 PUCK Antenna

Poynting Antennas 888 views 3rd Apr 2019 12:42 pm

The number of IoT and M2M devices used in various industries has grown exponentially over the past years. Whether it is the location of a fleet of trucks, controlling the course of a combine harvester on a farm or connecting a network of smart water and electricity meters in a city; each of these units requires an antenna that provides optimum connectivity to the network.

Poynting PUCK Antenna Series with mounting options and application areas.

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range, named after the hockey puck, is a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities and Transportation markets. This antenna range offers a variety of options for MIMO LTE, MIMO Wi-Fi and GPS/GLONASS within the same enclosure while keeping the implementation as simple as possible with its variety of mounting options ‘in the box’. Due to superior engineering and a solid design, this antenna provides exceptional electrical performance for its small size.

The flagship 5-in-1 antenna boasts 2×2 MIMO LTE, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dualband 2.4GHz + 5GHz) and GPS/GLONASS antennas within one enclosure. Other variants offer a subset of this configuration. The PUCK range includes a Wi-Fi only variant and a GPS/GLONASS only variant, namely the GPS-1-V2.

The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698MHz to 2700MHz band, which includes the most popular international LTE bands. This antenna is designed to cover the 3200MHz to 3800MHz CBRS bands, which will also be used in 5G cellular networks in various international markets, making this antenna 5G Ready! The PUCK’s 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi antennas are both dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4GHz and 5GHz on each antenna, making them capable of 802.11n, 802.11ac and the more recent 802.11ax specification. The fifth antenna is a high-performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating at temperatures as low as -40ºC.

“The radiation patterns of all elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation, which is often overlooked in such a small size antenna.” – Stephen Froneman, Product Manager at Poynting Group
This antenna exceeds the performance of many competitor products of similar size, especially at the higher frequency bands, where performance is critical for LTE throughput and connection stability.

Many Mounting Possibilities are included as standard

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range provides easy installation with the multiple mounting options. This includes as standard:

Spigot Mount – two different lengths included (40mm & 80mm)
Vertical Pole mount (inner & outer mounting for smaller and larger poles)
Horizontal Pole Mount (e.g. marine rails)
Magnetic Mount
Surface Mount (Double Sided Tape)
Wall Mount
Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information. You can also have a look at the technical specifications on our website here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

The number of IoT and M2M devices used in various industries has grown exponentially over the past years. Whether it is the location of a fleet of trucks, controlling the course of a combine harvester on a farm or connecting a network of smart water and electricity meters in a city; each of these units requires an antenna that provides optimum connectivity to the network.

Poynting PUCK Antenna Series with mounting options and application areas.

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range, named after the hockey puck, is a small profile antenna for use in the IoT/M2M, Smart Meter, Smart Utilities and Transportation markets. This antenna range offers a variety of options for MIMO LTE, MIMO Wi-Fi and GPS/GLONASS within the same enclosure while keeping the implementation as simple as possible with its variety of mounting options ‘in the box’. Due to superior engineering and a solid design, this antenna provides exceptional electrical performance for its small size.

The flagship 5-in-1 antenna boasts 2×2 MIMO LTE, 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi (Dualband 2.4GHz + 5GHz) and GPS/GLONASS antennas within one enclosure. Other variants offer a subset of this configuration. The PUCK range includes a Wi-Fi only variant and a GPS/GLONASS only variant, namely the GPS-1-V2.

The 2x Cellular MIMO antennas (for 2G/3G/4G) cover the 698MHz to 2700MHz band, which includes the most popular international LTE bands. This antenna is designed to cover the 3200MHz to 3800MHz CBRS bands, which will also be used in 5G cellular networks in various international markets, making this antenna 5G Ready! The PUCK’s 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi antennas are both dual-band Wi-Fi antennas, providing concurrent 2.4GHz and 5GHz on each antenna, making them capable of 802.11n, 802.11ac and the more recent 802.11ax specification. The fifth antenna is a high-performance active GPS/GLONASS system operating at temperatures as low as -40ºC.

“The radiation patterns of all elements provide an excellent balance between omnidirectionality, pattern diversity and good radiation abilities at the desired elevation, which is often overlooked in such a small size antenna.” – Stephen Froneman, Product Manager at Poynting Group
This antenna exceeds the performance of many competitor products of similar size, especially at the higher frequency bands, where performance is critical for LTE throughput and connection stability.

Many Mounting Possibilities are included as standard

Poynting’s new PUCK antenna range provides easy installation with the multiple mounting options. This includes as standard:

Spigot Mount – two different lengths included (40mm & 80mm)
Vertical Pole mount (inner & outer mounting for smaller and larger poles)
Horizontal Pole Mount (e.g. marine rails)
Magnetic Mount
Surface Mount (Double Sided Tape)
Wall Mount
Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information. You can also have a look at the technical specifications on our website here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

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The Poynting Puck Antenna - New IoT And M2M Antenna Series - Switch Sound ON

Poynting Antennas 2.6K views 3rd Apr 2019 12:42 pm

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The new Wi-Fi Dual-Band MIMO antenna, developed by Poynting Antennas, can connect to any Wi-Fi access point whether it is older Wi-Fi technology or new dual band Wi-Fi technology. Multiple Dual Band antennas can resolve channel saturation and provide the ultimate in Wi-Fi performance and flexibility.  This 4x4 MiMo antenna has 4 different antenna orientations in one enclosure. This means the antenna can be used in a 2x2, 3x3 and if necessary a 4x4 antenna configuration. The 120° beam width ensures good coverage in offices, halls and factories etc. The antenna operates in two frequency bands 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, offering excellent utilization of the radio spectrum. This Antenna has 9dBi gain at 2.4GHz band and 11dBi gain at the 5GHz band, which offers the best performance with reliable connections. The housing is made of ABS which is high impact resistant plastic and is also resistant to acids and other chemicals that may occur in industrial plants. The antenna can be opened on the side where the 4 x SMA female connectors are placed. The cable can be fed through the bypass gland, which eliminates the joint to the antenna extension cables. This eliminates connector losses and the need for taping and waterproofing the connectors for an outdoor installation. This antenna is designed for installations where 4x4 (four independent streams), multiplexing time-space technologies is needed. It can be used indoors or outdoors and is ideal for use in warehouses, production facilities, building sites or any other environment that requires Wi-Fi connectivity, such as computers, mobile phones, tablets, and any other IOT devices.

Application areas
• Offices • Factories • Poor data signal reception (indoor or outdoor) • Warehouses • Open mine areas and areas with a lot of radio frequency noise. • M2M
Spec sheet can be found here
 http://poynting.tech/product/wlan-61/

The new Wi-Fi Dual-Band MIMO antenna, developed by Poynting Antennas, can connect to any Wi-Fi access point whether it is older Wi-Fi technology or new dual band Wi-Fi technology. Multiple Dual Band antennas can resolve channel saturation and provide the ultimate in Wi-Fi performance and flexibility. This 4x4 MiMo antenna has 4 different antenna orientations in one enclosure. This means the antenna can be used in a 2x2, 3x3 and if necessary a 4x4 antenna configuration. The 120° beam width ensures good coverage in offices, halls and factories etc. The antenna operates in two frequency bands 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, offering excellent utilization of the radio spectrum. This Antenna has 9dBi gain at 2.4GHz band and 11dBi gain at the 5GHz band, which offers the best performance with reliable connections. The housing is made of ABS which is high impact resistant plastic and is also resistant to acids and other chemicals that may occur in industrial plants. The antenna can be opened on the side where the 4 x SMA female connectors are placed. The cable can be fed through the bypass gland, which eliminates the joint to the antenna extension cables. This eliminates connector losses and the need for taping and waterproofing the connectors for an outdoor installation. This antenna is designed for installations where 4x4 (four independent streams), multiplexing time-space technologies is needed. It can be used indoors or outdoors and is ideal for use in warehouses, production facilities, building sites or any other environment that requires Wi-Fi connectivity, such as computers, mobile phones, tablets, and any other IOT devices.

Application areas
• Offices • Factories • Poor data signal reception (indoor or outdoor) • Warehouses • Open mine areas and areas with a lot of radio frequency noise. • M2M
Spec sheet can be found here
http://poynting.tech/product/wlan-61/

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Poynting Product - WLAN-61 Product Overview

Poynting Antennas 555 views 11th Mar 2020 11:23 am

2400 – 2500, 3300 – 3800 & 5000 – 6000 MHZ WIRELESS ANTENNA
MAX GAIN: 18 DBI

Dual band 2.4 and 5Ghz Wi-Fi
High Gain Wi-Fi antenna
Compliant with IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac wireless standard
Ruggedized
Quick and compact setup
This antenna also works at the LTE 3.3GHz-3.8GHz frequencies with a max gain of 15dBi

The new Dual-Band Wi-Fi antenna, developed by Poynting Antennas, can connect to any Wi-Fi access point whether it is older Wi-Fi technology or new dual band Wi-Fi technology. These antennas can resolve channel saturation and provide the ultimate in Wi-Fi performance and flexibility. This antenna has a single linear high gain dual band antenna in one enclosure. This means the antenna can be used for point to point links where there is an abundance of RF noise and also cluttered environments.
The antenna operates in two frequency bands 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, offering excellent utilization of the radio spectrum. This Antenna has 13dBi gain at 2.4GHz band and 18dBi gain at the 5GHz band, which offers the best performance with reliable connections. The housing is made of ABS which is high impact resistant plastic and is also resistant to acids and other chemicals that may occur in industrial plants.
The antenna can be opened on the side where an SMA female connector is placed. You can then feed the cable through the bypass gland, which means you don’t have to join the antenna cable to extension cables. This eliminates connector losses and the need for taping and waterproofing the connectors for an outdoor installation.
https://poynting.tech/product/wlan-60/

2400 – 2500, 3300 – 3800 & 5000 – 6000 MHZ WIRELESS ANTENNA
MAX GAIN: 18 DBI

Dual band 2.4 and 5Ghz Wi-Fi
High Gain Wi-Fi antenna
Compliant with IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac wireless standard
Ruggedized
Quick and compact setup
This antenna also works at the LTE 3.3GHz-3.8GHz frequencies with a max gain of 15dBi

The new Dual-Band Wi-Fi antenna, developed by Poynting Antennas, can connect to any Wi-Fi access point whether it is older Wi-Fi technology or new dual band Wi-Fi technology. These antennas can resolve channel saturation and provide the ultimate in Wi-Fi performance and flexibility. This antenna has a single linear high gain dual band antenna in one enclosure. This means the antenna can be used for point to point links where there is an abundance of RF noise and also cluttered environments.
The antenna operates in two frequency bands 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, offering excellent utilization of the radio spectrum. This Antenna has 13dBi gain at 2.4GHz band and 18dBi gain at the 5GHz band, which offers the best performance with reliable connections. The housing is made of ABS which is high impact resistant plastic and is also resistant to acids and other chemicals that may occur in industrial plants.
The antenna can be opened on the side where an SMA female connector is placed. You can then feed the cable through the bypass gland, which means you don’t have to join the antenna cable to extension cables. This eliminates connector losses and the need for taping and waterproofing the connectors for an outdoor installation.
https://poynting.tech/product/wlan-60/

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Poynting Product - WLAN-60 Product Overview

Poynting Antennas 1K views 11th Mar 2020 11:23 am

Antenna Information and Education

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What is RSSI, RSRP, RSRQ and SINR - Dr Andre Fourie

RSSI - Received Signal Strength Indicator
RSRP - Reference Signal Received Power
RSRQ - Reference Signal Received Quality
SINR -  signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio 
SNIR - Signal-to-noise-plus-interference ratio
SNR - Signal to Noise Ratio.

European office for international distributors and inquiries:
sales-europe@poynting.tech

South African inquiries info@poynting.tech.

Poynting is a top global provider of integrated antenna solutions, responsible for the innovation, design and manufacture of its market-leading products. Established as a consultancy in 1990, Poynting evolved into an official PTY in 1997 and in 2001 established Poynting Antennas. Poynting supplies antenna solutions for primarily wireless high-speed data applications. We provide solutions for 3G/4G and LTE, GPS and GLONASS, IoT Lora and SigFOx as well as RFID and WIFI. 

Our antennas are used in residential, automotive, industrial and IoT solutions. We also have specialised antenna solutions for the marine, mining and tunnelling markets.This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

What is RSSI, RSRP, RSRQ and SINR - Dr Andre Fourie

RSSI - Received Signal Strength Indicator
RSRP - Reference Signal Received Power
RSRQ - Reference Signal Received Quality
SINR - signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio
SNIR - Signal-to-noise-plus-interference ratio
SNR - Signal to Noise Ratio.

European office for international distributors and inquiries:
sales-europe@poynting.tech

South African inquiries info@poynting.tech.

Poynting is a top global provider of integrated antenna solutions, responsible for the innovation, design and manufacture of its market-leading products. Established as a consultancy in 1990, Poynting evolved into an official PTY in 1997 and in 2001 established Poynting Antennas. Poynting supplies antenna solutions for primarily wireless high-speed data applications. We provide solutions for 3G/4G and LTE, GPS and GLONASS, IoT Lora and SigFOx as well as RFID and WIFI.

Our antennas are used in residential, automotive, industrial and IoT solutions. We also have specialised antenna solutions for the marine, mining and tunnelling markets.This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

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What is RSSI, RSRP, RSRQ and SINR?

Poynting Antennas 38.6K views 11th Mar 2020 10:25 am

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Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting 2x2 MIMO Antennas. We use the XPOL-2-5G and XPOL-1 as examples:

More on the XPOL-2-5G here: https://poynting.tech/product/xpol-2-5g-3/
More on the XPOL-1 here: https://poynting.tech/product/xpol-1/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting 2x2 MIMO Antennas. We use the XPOL-2-5G and XPOL-1 as examples:

More on the XPOL-2-5G here: https://poynting.tech/product/xpol-2-5g-3/
More on the XPOL-1 here: https://poynting.tech/product/xpol-1/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

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Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting 2x2 MIMO Antennas

Poynting Antennas 5.7K views 5th Mar 2020 1:48 pm

Constructing 4x4 MIMO solutions using Poynting SISO Antennas. We use the LPDA-92 with BRKT-030 and BRKT-033 as examples:

More on the LPDA-92 here: https://poynting.tech/product/lpda-92/
More on the BRKT-30 here: https://poynting.tech/product/brkt-30/
More on the BRKT-33 here: https://poynting.tech/product/brkt-33/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

Constructing 4x4 MIMO solutions using Poynting SISO Antennas. We use the LPDA-92 with BRKT-030 and BRKT-033 as examples:

More on the LPDA-92 here: https://poynting.tech/product/lpda-92/
More on the BRKT-30 here: https://poynting.tech/product/brkt-30/
More on the BRKT-33 here: https://poynting.tech/product/brkt-33/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

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Constructing 4x4 MIMO solutions using Poynting SISO Antennas

Poynting Antennas 833 views 5th Mar 2020 2:02 pm

Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting Indoor Antennas. We use the OMNI-280 and PUCK antennas as examples:

More on the OMNI-280 here: https://poynting.tech/product/omni-280-01/
More on the PUCK Series here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting Indoor Antennas. We use the OMNI-280 and PUCK antennas as examples:

More on the OMNI-280 here: https://poynting.tech/product/omni-280-01/
More on the PUCK Series here: https://poynting.tech/product/puck-series/

Our contact details here: http://poynting.tech/contact-us/

This Youtube channel showcases Poynting Antennas' products and technical knowledge. You will find a selection of RF (Radio Frequency) or EM (Electromagnetic Engineering) FAQ with their answers. We regularly show you our latest antenna releases with unboxing videos. Where possible we do internet speed tests where we show how the speed of your Broadband 3G or LTE connection increases by fitting a Poynting outdoor antenna to your router. Do you want to get more into the detail of our antennas and RF or antennas in general? Have a look at our webinars - A guide to antenna implementation & considerations and Getting to the Poynt - Antenna specification minefield.

Poynting innovates, designs and manufactures integrated antennas solutions primarily for wireless high-speed data applications such as 4G LTE residential as well as B2B, antenna solutions for GSM, M2M, DTV (digital TV) and other CPE applications within the telecommunication, broadcast and consumer market.

Legacy of innovation
Based in Samrand South Africa, Poynting is the proud holder of more than 50 patents widely used in its unique antenna solutions for enhanced wireless communications for LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, RF and other applications.

Poynting was founded on the deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of electromagnetics, RF propagation, antenna design and development. Poynting employees include graduate as well as professionally registered engineers with doctorate level expert knowledge of the technology and the industry.

Poynting has legacy of innovative design and delivery with customers and partners worldwide.

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Constructing 4x4 MIMO Solutions using Poynting Indoor Antennas

Poynting Antennas 950 views 5th Mar 2020 2:12 pm

Poynting Antenna Webinars

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In this webinar we discus how fixed wireless networks using outdoor antennas can save a Mobile Network Operator (MNO) money. Start at 2:16 to skip the introduction:).

(Link to PDF of presentation: https://bit.ly/3dSwWVV)

0:00 Welcome and Introduction
1:50 Agenda
2:16 How does RSSI, SNR, SINR, RSRP affect data rate and cell capacity?
12:15 How can an external antenna improve cell capacity?
27:41 Why do outdoor antennas increase operator profits?
45:12 Thank you for joining - Contact Details.

There is a huge money saving opportunity for mobile operators in using outdoor antennas as part of a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) solution. Normally operators only consider outdoor antennas as a solution to fix signal problems for customers on the fringe of reception, but in this webinar we show that there is a real business case for a MNO to save money when using outdoor antennas as part of their FWA solution.

This is one of the rare occasions when a technical approach can solve a business problem. An operator can get much more revenue from the same infrastructure, as they can increase the capacity of a base station by a factor of 4 or 5, by adding outdoor antennas to their solution.

Want to increase the revenue from your current infrastructure? 

Have a look at this recording where we will cover:

• Factors influencing FWA (Signal to Noise Ratio, MIMO, etc.).
• How to improve your FWA experience.
• How an external antenna improves throughput.
• How does an external antenna increase capacity.
• How does the end user benefit from FWA.

*Dr. André Fourie is CEO of Poynting Group has a Ph.D Electrical Engineering 1991 and was a Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand until 2001. He founded Poynting Antennas 2001 and is listed as inventor in over 30 patents. Dr Fourie has published over 50 academic papers as well as 4 books.

Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information.

In this webinar we discus how fixed wireless networks using outdoor antennas can save a Mobile Network Operator (MNO) money. Start at 2:16 to skip the introduction:).

(Link to PDF of presentation: https://bit.ly/3dSwWVV)

There is a huge money saving opportunity for mobile operators in using outdoor antennas as part of a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) solution. Normally operators only consider outdoor antennas as a solution to fix signal problems for customers on the fringe of reception, but in this webinar we show that there is a real business case for a MNO to save money when using outdoor antennas as part of their FWA solution.

This is one of the rare occasions when a technical approach can solve a business problem. An operator can get much more revenue from the same infrastructure, as they can increase the capacity of a base station by a factor of 4 or 5, by adding outdoor antennas to their solution.

Want to increase the revenue from your current infrastructure?

Have a look at this recording where we will cover:

• Factors influencing FWA (Signal to Noise Ratio, MIMO, etc.).
• How to improve your FWA experience.
• How an external antenna improves throughput.
• How does an external antenna increase capacity.
• How does the end user benefit from FWA.

*Dr. André Fourie is CEO of Poynting Group has a Ph.D Electrical Engineering 1991 and was a Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand until 2001. He founded Poynting Antennas 2001 and is listed as inventor in over 30 patents. Dr Fourie has published over 50 academic papers as well as 4 books.

Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information.

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Webinar 4: Taking Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) from bits to Bytes

Poynting Antennas 678 views 12th Jun 2020 1:22 pm

How does RSSI, SNR, SINR, RSRP affect data rate and cell capacity? (Part of Webinar 4). We explain data symbols and noise, Constellation Diagrams and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). 

In Webinar 4 we discus how fixed wireless networks using outdoor antennas can save a Mobile Network Operator (MNO) money. 

(Link to PDF of presentation: https://bit.ly/3dSwWVV)

There is a huge money saving opportunity for mobile operators in using outdoor antennas as part of a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) solution. Normally operators only consider outdoor antennas as a solution to fix signal problems for customers on the fringe of reception, but in this webinar we show that there is a real business case for a MNO to save money when using outdoor antennas as part of their FWA solution.

This is one of the rare occasions when a technical approach can solve a business problem. An operator can get much more revenue from the same infrastructure, as they can increase the capacity of a base station by a factor of 4 or 5, by adding outdoor antennas to their solution.

Want to increase the revenue from your current infrastructure? 

Have a look at this recording where we will cover:

• Factors influencing FWA (Signal to Noise Ratio, MIMO, etc.).
• How to improve your FWA experience.
• How an external antenna improves throughput.
• How does an external antenna increase capacity.
• How does the end user benefit from FWA.

*Dr. André Fourie is CEO of Poynting Group has a Ph.D Electrical Engineering 1991 and was a Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand until 2001. He founded Poynting Antennas 2001 and is listed as inventor in over 30 patents. Dr Fourie has published over 50 academic papers as well as 4 books.

Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information.

How does RSSI, SNR, SINR, RSRP affect data rate and cell capacity? (Part of Webinar 4). We explain data symbols and noise, Constellation Diagrams and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM).

In Webinar 4 we discus how fixed wireless networks using outdoor antennas can save a Mobile Network Operator (MNO) money.

(Link to PDF of presentation: https://bit.ly/3dSwWVV)

There is a huge money saving opportunity for mobile operators in using outdoor antennas as part of a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) solution. Normally operators only consider outdoor antennas as a solution to fix signal problems for customers on the fringe of reception, but in this webinar we show that there is a real business case for a MNO to save money when using outdoor antennas as part of their FWA solution.

This is one of the rare occasions when a technical approach can solve a business problem. An operator can get much more revenue from the same infrastructure, as they can increase the capacity of a base station by a factor of 4 or 5, by adding outdoor antennas to their solution.

Want to increase the revenue from your current infrastructure?

Have a look at this recording where we will cover:

• Factors influencing FWA (Signal to Noise Ratio, MIMO, etc.).
• How to improve your FWA experience.
• How an external antenna improves throughput.
• How does an external antenna increase capacity.
• How does the end user benefit from FWA.

*Dr. André Fourie is CEO of Poynting Group has a Ph.D Electrical Engineering 1991 and was a Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand until 2001. He founded Poynting Antennas 2001 and is listed as inventor in over 30 patents. Dr Fourie has published over 50 academic papers as well as 4 books.

Please contact us at info@poynting.tech for more information.

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How does RSSI, SNR, SINR, RSRP affect data rate and cell capacity? (Part of Webinar 4)

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