Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna

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Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna
Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna


  • Poynting Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna. Min. 2 dBi Gain across all bands
  • Frequency Range – 790~960, 1710~2170, 2300~2400 and 2500~2700 MHz bands
  • 2 x 5 metre cables included terminating with SMA Plugs
  • Dual Polarised, full LTE band Omni Directional Antenna for outdoor use
  • If you are unsure as to the location of the cell tower the XPOL-1 is a great choice of omni-directional antenna. If you are sure as to where the cell tower is then the directional XPOL-2 is a great alternative to consider.
  • Note: This antenna is really designed for outdoor use and get it as high as possible in order that it can ‘see’ the cell tower. If mounted too low and blocked by windows/walls/buildings then you will not see an improvement in your signal.

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Specification: Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

21.5 x 13.5 x 8.5 cm, 620 Grams

Date First Available

26 Mar. 2013


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Reviews (6)

6 reviews for Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 Cross Polarised 4G Omni LTE Antenna

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  1. Bull

    Doubled the speed on my huawei B525 4G router – signal bars on router did not move but speedtest results were doubled on PC and tripled on iPhone. Make sure you select ‘external antenna’ in settings, do not use ‘mixed’ antenna or ‘internal’ antenna setting as these speeds were not achieved with either of those settings. My aerial is sucker mounted on the inside of an upstairs window in a rural area! Would highly recommend for anyone living on the edge!

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  2. Amazon Customers

    I live in VERY rural france where fibre isn’t available and satellite internet is ridiculously expensive so knowing I could get a very weak signal off my sfr SIM card I went for an sfr data sim to put in a HUAWEI mobile WiFi box. After ordering two TS9 connectors in order to plug the aerial in to the HUAWEI box and a bit careful positioning it went from 3G to 4G. I am now able to watch Netflix, Skype video call and browse the Internet…things I was told I would never be able to do as we live over 6km from the nearest sfr mast by the local internet tech! I’m very pleased with this purchase and would definitely recommend it.

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  3. nickymoore

    To get the suckers in… Use the end of an arm of a bottle opener. Works fine. Just push on the bulge of the top of the sucker pad with the bottle opener arm as you apply pressure on the bottom of the sucker pad to try and get it into one of the four holes of the plate at the back of the antenna. I found it impossible to do otherwise.

    This antenna…. I’ve tried it where I am at the moment… A place called Finham in Coventry… It’s in a bit of a dip… Consequently you get fairly OK reception outside… And absolutely crappo inside a building…

    Inside the house I tried the 4g router, a Huawei B315 150mbps with two external rabbit ears as antenna, next to the lounge window and I got a surprising 15 to 25 mbps, averaging 20. I rigged up the external aerial on the highest upstairs window I could reach (1st floor) and found the 5 meter cables gave me enough rope to go through the lounge window and into the router on the windowsill.

    This configuration was better… Around 25 to 40 mbps,…

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  4. newbyhill

    I really wanted this antenna to work, after all it looks the business right?
    Over the weekend I mounted the antenna outside, above the house roofline, on a pole in line of sight towards the transmitter which is 1.2 miles away (Google maps is great for this). I quickly discovered that as soon as I connected it, my signal strength dropped from 3 bars to 2. I’m using a Huawei B310 and have set the settings manually to external antenna.

    I tested the Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 under real-life conditions by downloading fixed size files from a website, as well as running basic speed tests. Without the antenna attached I was getting 10Mbs, which for me was good news as my ADSL line only gives me 2Mbs and there is no fibre where I live. With the Poynting 4G-XPOL-A0001 attached my speed fell to 5/6Mbs – really, really disappointed.

    Will be returning for a refund.

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  5. GR

    This antenna provided great results for me. There’s not a sniff of 4G in my area that’s accessible from a phone, mifi device, or 4G router with standard antenna. However, I knew it was close, and in conjunction with a Huawei B315 4G router and a bit of experimenting with location, this antenna has given me a 3 bar 4G connection.

    That’s been enough to deliver reliable speeds of 35-40Mbps down and 25Mbps up – a staggering speed compared to my woeful BT ADSL line at 2Mbps down and 0.5Mbps up!

    If you’re in a fringe 4G area, and know it’s close but not quite close enough for your phone to pick it up – try one of these with a compatible router.

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  6. Vincent Sherlock

    I have never left a review on Amazon before. Feel I have to this time! Like many others who have left reviews, I live in an area with very poor broadband connectivity. I struggle to get a one bar 4g connection and, even with that, speeds are very hit an miss. I ordered this last week and it came within days. Initially I was disappointed because I just tried to hold the antenna or prop it up. I could not get the suction holders through the holes and the results were, as you can imagine, less than staggering. I put it back in the box, thinking I’d made a mistake. Yet another in a long line of efforts to improve signal. I had another go today. With a screwdriver I increased the size of the holes in the mount and inserted the suction caps. I stuck the antenna to the outside of an upstairs window and have three bars solid now. I imagine if I messed a bit more, mounted the antenna somewhere else the results may even be better. For now, I am happy with the constancy of a three bar 4g…

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