3.5.Connecting to networks via wireless 4G interface
Note that this chapter is applicable only if the optional “4G modem” kit has been purchased with the device.
• LTE (FDD) B1/B2/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B28, all bands with diversity
• DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA/WCDMA B1/B2/B5/B8, all bands with diversity
• EDGE/GPRS/GSM 1900/1800/900/850 MHz
• GPS/GLONASS: L1
LTE: DL 2*2 and 4*2 MIMO
• Receive diversity
• GNSS: GPS Standalone, A-GPS, LTO, Glonass
• SIM Hotswap
• Tunable Antenna
Approvals & Certifications:
• RoHS & WEEE Compliant
• Operator TA: Vodafone, Orange, Telstra, Telecom NZ
please make sure the power supply to the device is completely disconnected Before handling the SIM card
The SIM card can be inserted into the front slot.
It is recommended that you use the supplied aerial/antenna, however, thank the standard SMA connector you may use any other GSM antenna available on the market.
As soon as the device is powered on, the internal wireless modem starts to automatically login into a preset APN (Access Point Name). Therefore, the correct APN must be set for proper operation – this can be also done through the web user interface, which is described later in this manual. By default, the APN is set as “internet”.