Peplink offers a wide range of cellular routers supporting LTE-Advanced (LTE-A). LTE-A is the next step in the evolution of LTE networks.
Increased Band Support and Carrier Aggregation
LTE-A features greater location diversity, one modem can cover more regions. LTE-A also supports newer region and carrier specific bands. These are often much faster than the legacy bands that can become oversaturated. For the US market, LTE-A enabled models support band 41 (2500 MHz) and band 26 (850 Mhz) for Sprint and band 12 (700 MHz) for T-Mobile. For the Asia-Pacific markets, LTE-A models also support TD-LTE bands 38 (2600 MHz) and 40 (2300 MHz).
In addition, LTE-A routers can use Signal Carrier Aggregation (SCA) to simultaneously connect multiple signal channels for up to twice your current connection speed.
While LTE-A does offer greater band support, the coverage is still limited to that of a single provider, so you will still lose reception if you hit a dead spot. With SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding, however, you can enjoy uninterrupted service as you move around town, connecting to 3G/4G LTE networks from multiple service carriers.
Get the Best of Both Worlds
With LTE-A supported multi-cellular MAX routers, you can combine the additional frequency bands and enhanced speed of LTE-A with the greater connection reliability and cellular coverage of SpeedFusion bandwidth bonding for the best cellular connection possible.
LTE-A is available for the following models:
Balance: 30 LTE
MAX: BR1 ENT, BR1 Pro, Hotspot, Transit, HD2, HD2 with MFA, HD2 Mini, HD2 IP67, HD4, HD4 with MFA
Difference Between SKUs
|Americas^/EMEA||B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7, B8, B12, B13, B20, B25, B26, B29, B30, B41|
|APAC||B1, B3, B5, B7, B8, B18, B19, B21, B28, B38, B39, B40, B41|
|Americas||B2, B4, B5, B13, B17, B25|
|EMEA and Asia Pacific||B1, B3, B7, B8, B20|
^ Pending certification by Verizon and Sprint in the US
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