Telco XPOL 2X2 MIMO Industrial Class Panel Antenna
- Most popular model
- Dual-polarised antenna feed with high isolation
- Industrial grade weatherproof PVC radome
- High gain, high F/B ratio
- Two integrated N Female connectors
- Carrier Aggregation ready
- Stainless steel mounting bracket
- Ideal for LTE Small Cell deployments
- 7/16 DIN or 4.3-10 connector options available on request
- Wide spectrum design, suits all current and planned networks (including 700 MHz LTE).
This heavy duty wideband panel antenna sports an extremely wideband design - operating on two bands 698-960 MHz, 1710-2700 MHz. As the highest grade multiband panel antenna on the market, this antenna has an incredibly low VSWR and <-140 dBc PIM making it not only the ideal antenna for commercial and industrial 4G applications, but also suitable for broadcast and carrier applications. This is one of the few antennas on the market capable of covering Telstra's new 4GX 700 MHz (Band 28) and 2600 MHz (Band 7) networks, as well as current 1800 MHz 4G, all the while being backwards compatible on all 2G and 3G voice and data networks. This is an incredibly high performance antenna, highly recommended for most suburban, metro, and semi-rural applications.
This is our most popular 4G antenna. With Telstra and Optus having activated 700 and 2600 MHz networks early 2015, Vodafone starting a long range 850 MHz 4G network, Optus operating a 2300 MHz TDD network in some areas, and Telstra running 900 and 2100 MHz 4G in others, deploying a 4G antenna can be a nightmare. Take full advantage of the blistering fast speed your 4G network offers - regardless of frequency, with this high performance carrier-aggregating antenna. Ideal for Vivid Wireless.
|Network Compatibility|| || |
|Telstra 4GX (700 MHz)|| || |
|Optus 4G+ (700 MHz)|| || |
|Telstra Next-G™ (850 MHz)|| || |
|Vodafone 4G+ (850 MHz)* *Please check Vodafone Coverage Map|| || |
|Optus Regional 3G (900 MHz)|| || |
|Vodafone Regional 3G (900 MHz)|| || |
|Telstra/Optus/Voda 4G (1800 MHz)|| || |
|All Carriers - Urban/Metro 3G (2100 MHz)|| || |
|Optus/Vivid Wireless 4G (2300 MHz)|| || |
|802.11 b/g/n/ac WiFi (2400 MHz)|| || |
|Telstra 4GX (2600 MHz)|| || |
Electrical SpecificationsFrequency Range: 698 to 960 MHz / 1710 to 2700 MHz Input Impedance: 50Ω VSWR: <1.6:1 / <1.5:1 Polarisation: ±45° (XPOL) Vertical Beamwidth: 60° (± 15°) Horisontal Beamwidth: 60° (± 15°) Front to Back Ratio: >23 dB Inter-Port Isolation: >26 dB PIM IMD (3rd Order): <-140 dBc Radiation: Directional Maximum Power: 100 Watts
Mechanical/Environmental SpecificationsConstruction: PVC Radome, 304 Stainless Steel Tilt Bracket Cable: none Input Connector: 2x Integrated N-Type Female White Bronze Wind Rating: 198 km/hr Temperature: -40 °C +60 °C Weight: 3.2 kg + 0.8 kg mounting kit Dimensions: 300 x 330 x 135 mm (L x W x D) Mounting: 25-72 mm Ø pole
[collapse title="Engineer Certified"] This antenna has been laboratory tested in a certified 3D Anechoic Chamber. All electrical specification and performance listed has been produced from real-world test data, and not the product of computer simulation.
"Just like to say a big thank you for your services in the way of 4GX hardware and signal recommendations for my home/ office- Telstra finally turned on 4GX services on the Mt Bakewell tower that services us this weekend just gone. Please see pics attached below of the setup and speed test result (86.43Mbps down, 24.78Mbps up). I posted about it on BIRRR Facebook page on Sunday afternoon and it seems to have drawn a bit of attention since! I am very happy with this result and would happily recommend your services and Telco Antennas to anyone, as I have already done to a few people."
"BTW that antenna in Mount Isa is brilliant. We are getting the same speed at site as we were in the town off a small Wireless Dongle using 4GX."
"all is working perfect since the weekend, I have 10-14 times the speed I had before."
"Just a short note to let you know everything is going well. We have a stable 4G connection delivering speeds of 30-40Mbps download and 5-8Mbps upload. (compares with 0.4/0.8MBps without the external antenna) The antenna orientation is exactly as you modelled. Did the final tune by running a series of speedtests- very small deviations made quite large differences. Modem is showing 2 bars of 4G constantly and is not switching between 3g/HSPDA/4G as it does without the antenna and resulting in latency errors. Thanks- very happy we have joined the internet superhighway at last!"
"Just letting you know that we now have great mobile broadband speeds with recommended antenna, and router, installed by the local TV techo– almost 40Mbps downloads and 13Mbps uploads. This is about 10 times faster than the best we could do without the antenna and router."
What connection does this antenna have?This antenna has two integrated N Female connectors at the base of the antenna. There is no cable supplied.