4G Antennas for Caravan & Camping

With Australia being such a vast and expansive country to explore, there is no better way to escape than going outdoors with your caravan, RV or in a tent.
Staying connected to the internet provides peace of mind, keeping you in contact our loved ones, share experiences, research your destination, as well as making sure you stay on-top of the latest sports and entertainment via streaming television.

5G Ready antenna solutions

With the latest 5G Ready antenna solutions from Poynting Antennas combined with robust range of 4G Routers from Teltonika Networks, RFShop Australia presents you a range of pre-configured Out-There kits allowing your RV to have WiFi and mobile internet in all sorts of remote locations.

Boosted 4G signal for mobile phones

If you are focused more on getting many mobile phones a boosted 4G signal via the popular Cel-Fi GO product range, feel free to contact us for a custom quote that can solve your voice and data problems for any of the mobile phone networks in Australia ( Telstra, Optus or Vodafone ).

Caravan 4G Kits

FAQ’s about Caravan 4G Antennas

Will an external 4G antenna improve my upload speed?

Yes, robust and reliable MIMO 4G antenna will improve the connection between you and the mobile phone network, which in turn should help with both download and upload speeds

How far will will a good outdoor 4G antenna let me travel away from the nearest 4G tower?

This is a very difficult question to answer, since it always improves the local connection, but every setup is unique. We can’t answer this type of question on a blanket FAQ, and would welcome you to contact us via email, phone or in person to study your situation is more detail.

Does my external 4G antenna require power?
No, it only needs to be connected via the coaxial cables to the router.
Why do you recommend Omni Antennas for Caravans and RV’s?
An Omni antenna works in all directions. It does not matter how you park your vehicle or moor the boat, it will always have an antenna that is working in the direction of the nearest 4G base station.
If an 4G Omni Antenna is more versatile than a MIMO Directional Antenna, why don’t you use Omni Antennas all the time?
An Omni Antenna is indeed more versatile, but it’s never going to be as high gain as a 4G Directional Antenna. At any given time you will only have a connection to one 4G / 5G base station. An omni antenna is great at having a decent connection to any base station, but a directional antenna is great at having a great connection to that specific base station.
Is a 4G / 5G Ready MIMO Omni Antenna as good as a 4G / 5G Ready MIMO Directional Antenna?
We believe that proper MIMO can only be achieved by using a feature called MIMO Diversity. That means, you have Multiple versions of the incoming 4G signal that are all somewhat different. This allows the 4G router to get a rich set of variants that allows the 4G modem to decipher the data and provide the best possible internet bandwidth. It is technically more difficult to achieve that diversity (i.e. completely different flavours of the 4G signal) in a single omni antenna. However, it’s easy to accomplish diversity in a directional antenna, and that is one fundamental reason why the directional 4G antennas perform much better in a fixed setup than omni antennas.
If MIMO Omni is difficult to achieve, why do they exist?
Having a MIMO that is OK but not the absolute best is still significantly better than only having a single antenna.
What is the best way to get great MIMO performance out of a 4G Omni Antenna?
We recommend using two simple / single antennas, and space them apart by at least 500mm. That way the user will achieve what is called spacial diversity. If it’s at all possible, the user should also try to mount the antennas at slightly different heights (even 100mm would make a difference). This will help resolve any possible surface reflections.
What is MIMO and why is it important?
MIMO is short for Multiple Input, Multiple Output. A very simple explanation would be that the 4G network sends two (or more) independent signals from the base station. The 4G modem has two modems and tries to pick-up these two signals independently. The two signals will bounce ( reflection and diffraction ) and arrive at the 4G router all messed up. Allowing the 4G modem to detect and try to reconstruct the original signal is the best thing a user can do, and that is achieved by using high quality MIMO 4G Antennas, ideally outdoors.

4G Antennas and WiFi Products for Caravan & Camping in remote Australia

Basic 4G Antenna Kit

The Basic 4G Antenna Kit for WiFi in your RV

Keeping a tight budget in mind, the basic 4G antenna kit uses a Poynting Puck-2 antenna and Teltonika RUT240 router to keep you on reliable 4G internet when you go off the beaten track.

Classic Caravan Out There Kit

Classic WiFi Kit for Mobile Internet in your Caravan

The classic WiFi kit uses a high performance Poynting MIMO-3 antenna with the ultra reliable Teltonika RUT240 to offer you 4G connectivity in hard-to-reach places.

Family 4G Antenna Kit

Family Internet Kit to support streaming entertainment

The family internet kit relies on a high performance Poynting MIMO-3-12 antenna and a Teltonika RUT950 with dual-SIM capability so you can be sure of a mobile 4G internet connection when either one of two Australian mobile network operators have a local base station nearby.

Remote 4G Antenna Kit

Remote 4G Connected Kit to allow you to work away from home

Users that are willing to setup camp and use a dedicated directional Poynting XPOL-2 5G Ready MIMO antenna with a Cat6 Teltonika RUTX11 router can get great 4G bandwidth, reliability and range. Great when you want to have a good connection for working while traveling.

Performance 4G Antenna Kit

Performance 4G Antenna Kit gets you connected in rural Australia

The performance 4G to WiFi kit is a permanent Poynting OMNI-402 Marine 4G, 5G Ready Antenna mounted on the roof of a motor home or caravan. Setup camp, erect the antenna, power-up the Teltonika RUTX11  and enjoy fast and reliable internet in places where other people will struggle to find any 4G connectivity.