http://4gforyachts.com/ – was launched awhile back and currently features our Netcomm 4G LTE System – where there are models for US and most Countries around the World. Frequency bands by country and cellular carrier are provided (courtesy Wikipedia) so you can verify what frequency 4G LTE is on in your country – or your country of travel on your vessel.
This is a return to the bigger – more full sized Radio-Router Unit reminiscent of the Ericsson W25. With the W35 they had went to a more sleek – smaller design. Some parties reported overheating problems. The Netcomm 4GW100W no doubt has better ventilation for cooling the system. Keep in mind it has radio boards for 4G LTE and 3G, 3G+ networks. The voice telephone interface is VOIP – Voice over IP – so you would need VOIP from your cellular carrier or a SIP VOIP provider. 4G Networks on their own, at least initially, don’t include the old CS voice … so router manufacturers have to include what works on 4G, that is VOIP. With a typical VOIP provider you can have a phone number in any area code and take it with you anywhere. Take and make phone calls easily (once set up) as if it is a landline telephone system. Plug it into your boat PBX system for use on all extensions. The brochure / info. sheet and additional information is available on the web site www.4gforyachts.com. Thank You!
The 4G LTE – 4GW100 Whiskey – Marine Pack has the 4GW100W Radio-Router Unit, Marine Multi-band Antenna and Ratchet Mount, Radio Pigtail Cable (from unit to outside antenna cable), LMR 400 Coax Cable (10 Meters – 30 Feet) [you can get longer cable if needed], Coax Line Lightning Arrestor, and 12v Power Cable. The main unit already includes 110 – 240 v 50/60 hz A.C. Power block.
* Thanks for stopping by there, and please tell someone else. Refer a buying customer and provide that information to me – and I will give you a discount on your system.
Alan Spicer Marine Telecom
+1 954 683 3426
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(4gforyachts.com works with or without the WWW as in www.4gforyachts.com. Email also works … I know this because set it up proper myself.)