How to connect a Poynting external antenna to a Teltonika RUTx14 Router?



How to connect a RUTx14 Router to a Poynting external antenna?

In this video Savannah Taitz shows us how to connect an external antenna to a RUTx14 Router.

Directional Antenna – if you are in the rural areas and want to point the antenna to one cellphone or mobile tower: XPOL-2-5G

Omni-directional Antenna – ideal for an urban or built up area with lots of cellphone or mobile towers: OMNI-600

Teltonika RUTX14 Router

If you are looking for a single modem LTE router, the Teltonika RUTX14 is the best option. The RUTX14 features five Gigabit Ethernet ports, Wave-2 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, and USB interfaces. It also has dual SIM for ultra-reliable connectivity. This router is protected with the latest security features.

The Teltonika RUTX14 Router supports Bluetooth 4.0 low energy connectivity and is able to connect up to 200 sensors. Bluetooth connectivity is excellent for short-range communications. The RUTX14 features five Gigabit Ethernet ports, four LAN ports, and one WAN port. It can be configured for multi-WAN operations and can combine wired and wireless WAN links. It also has four Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast Internet access.

The Teltonika RUTX14 has an integrated CAT12 LTE modem. This enables the continuous operation of 4G. The router supports data rates of up to 600 MBit down and 50 MBit upload. The RUTX14 supports dual-SIM technology and is compatible with all 3G and 4G standards. It also supports four-way AES encryption and supports both LTE and HSPA+.

With its industrial-grade construction and wide operating temperature range, the RUTX14 is a reliable option for tankstations and other industrial environments. Its aluminium housing provides durability. The RUTX14 comes with eight antennas, a PSU, Ethernet cable, SIM adapter kit, and grounding screw. These components make it an extremely versatile machine. Its robust design is also compatible with high-density environments. You can purchase these directly from Teltonika or from Campad Electronics.

Poynting Antennas

A Poynting antenna is the ultimate communications antenna, as it can be built with several cylinders in a non-interactive phased array. This unique antenna was originally developed by Professor Hately in the mid-1980s. However, when Hart tried to apply Hately’s information to a large model of the antenna, he realized there had to be a better way to get the desired radiation level.

The optimum size of a Poynting antenna is just 3% of its wavelength. In addition, this antenna is also very difficult to match to a transmitter due to its high Q. In addition, Poynting antennas are known to be difficult to match to the transmitter, as the feeder can become part of the resonant circuit. For more information, visit the websites of Paul Birke and Alan MacDonald, who both have pages about Poynting antenna theory.

A Poynting antenna is an integrated solution, combining cellular, Wi-Fi, GPS, and CBRS antennas into a single unit. The company’s innovative design and high-quality antennas have helped make the company a leader in the field of wireless communications. In the Australia market, Poynting antennas are distributed by Madison Technologies. Whether you need a GPS antenna for your mobile device, an integrated GPS antenna for the transportation industry, or a high-end vehicle radio, Poynting has a solution for you.

The Poynting EPNT-2 Antenna is part of the company’s ePoynt series of antenna enclosures. The EPNT-2 is designed for routers up to 185x145mm in size. It utilizes the company’s Artificial Magnetic Conductor (AMP) technology and XPOL-2-5G antenna to offer wideband coverage. If you’re looking for a high-quality antenna, look no further than Poynting. You can purchase these directly from Poynting or from 5Gstore, Campad Electronics, Acandia AB, Adey Electronics Ltd.

These antennas ans routers work so well together that Poynting and Teltonika have announced a partnership. See the announcement here

 

 

 

 

 

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