RUT360 Suitable antenna?

Thanks in advance for considering my post. I’d like to fit a suitable antenna for my RUT360 to my campervan.

Should this one be suitable? It is 2x2 MIMO and is a good physical size for the purpose.

These are the 4G frequencies my carrier uses:

  • 20 MHz in B1 (2100MHz)
  • 40 MHz in B3 (1800MHz)
  • 40 MHz in B7 (2600Mhz)
  • 20 MHz in B28 (700MHz)

If this antenna isn’t suitable, do you have another suggestion?

Thanks again, much appreciated.


Good day, Davidlyneham

Thanks for reaching out.

Firstly, I would like to emphasize that this antenna is specifically designed for mobile 4G connectivity and does not support Wi-Fi. So, it’s essential to determine if you really don’t need Wi-Fi functionality.

If you don’t need Wi-Fi, the antenna you’ve chosen will work perfectly with your RUT360. However, if Wi-Fi is necessary for your setup, we have other antenna options available. For example, we offer an antenna that includes both 4G and Wi-Fi capabilities, making it a perfect match for your RUT360. You can find this alternative antenna by browsing our product selection or by following this link: COMBO MIMO MOBILE/GNSS/WIFI ROOF SMA ANTENNA.

Note: Since RUT360 does not support GNSS capabilities you could just simply opt out and not use GNSS part and it wouldn’t affect mobile LTE or Wi-Fi communication.

Alternatively, you could just use our default WiFi antennas that come with the device.

Additionally, the following antenna from our portfolio would offer similar performance and has a convenient roof mounting option: (COMBO MIMO MOBILE ROOF SMA ANTENNA ). Please note, that this would be a suitable alternative only if WiFi isn’t required.

In addition, when it comes to using third-party antennas with Teltonika equipment, it is important to adhere to the requirements that are listed in this Wiki article Third-party Antennas - Teltonika Networks Wiki

Also, you need to have in mind that with these antennas you could expect similar performance but it has smaller antenna gain and thus would require actual testing.

Lastly, if you would like a wider variety of available antennas, you could visit our partner Poynting Antenna’s website: How to choose an antenna - Poynting Tech - Antenna Solutions, South Africa, USA & Europe

If you would have any additional questions regarding antennas, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Best Regards, Julius

Hi Julius.

Wow thank you so much for the considered and detailed response to my enquiry!

As the RUT360 doesn’t have GNSS, and I plan to use the supplied WiFi antennas, I am thinking to perhaps proceed with that antenna I proposed. It was very useful to have that link to considerations regarding third-party antennas - thanks for sharing that and I appreciate the importance of conforming to these.

Kind regards

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