Cellular Routers are portable devices that provide shared Internet access through a cellular gateway. A standard wireless interface makes it easy for computers, cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and other network-enabled products to share the connection. The difference between a cellular router and a traditional router is that the latter obtains Internet access through cable, telephone or fiber optic lines rather than cell towers. This enables cellular routers to create an Internet gateway on the move, such as on a moving train, or in an area lacking landlines or an alternate means of access.
The ability to move while remaining connected to the Internet is a significant advantage of cellular broadband. Most people already enjoy mobile broadband on Web-enabled cell phones. A cellular router takes this convenient access and creates a Local Area Network (LAN) for all of your mobile or portable wireless devices. It can be used as a primary Wide Area Network (WAN) link, or in situations where traditional access is unavailable or is not cost-effective to implement. It can also provide a backup network, should the primary line-based network fail.
Cellular routers are engineered to keep your machines connected in the most demanding environments. Our industrial cellular routers provide secure 3G, 4G LTE, and LTA- Advanced (LTE-A) connectivity for applications in energy, transportation and smart cities. PLC Technologies routing technology allows users to easily establish connectivity between isolated networks, giving greater flexibility for building secure applications.