Long Range WE826-T2 4G Wifi 300mbps Openwrt Lte Router With Sim Slot
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||25.5X9.3X9.4 cm /Pcs|
|Delivery Time:||Shipped in 7 days after payment|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T,Paypal, Western Union, MoneyGram, D/A, D/P|
|Max. LAN Data Rate:||300Mbps||Standards And Protocols:||Wi-Fi 802.11g, Wi-Fi 802.11b, Wi-Fi 802.11n,Wi-Fi 802.11a|
|Wi-Fi Supported Frequency:||2.4G||Supports WDS:||Yes|
|Color:||Black||Antenna:||4* 5dBi Antennas|
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Why Is My Mobile Data Faster Than My Wi Fi? 4G vs Wi Fi Explained
If you’ve been working or learning from home a lot recently due to local lockdowns, you might have noticed something strange about your internet connection.
Your 4G or LTE data from your phone is often faster than your home Wi Fi.
You would probably expect this to be the other way around, especially since your Wi Fi router relies on a fixed-line broadband connection, rather than having to connect to the nearest 4G tower.
4G Router Electrical Characteristics:
How To Choose A 4G Router For Your Business?
There are many 4G routers on the market, offering a wide variety of features. You need to make sure that the router provides functionality and flexibility for your solution needed. Here are the main things to consider when you a compare 4G routers for your business.
For speed and reliability in a 4G WAN connection, you’ll need a router that supports more than one cellular connection. This is usually referred to as multi-SIM. Look out for a router that supports this.
The performance and throughput of a Multi-SIM router is ultimately limited by the number of simultaneous cellular connections it can support. This is usually referred to by the number of SIMs it can accommodate. However, be aware of the difference between connections and SIMs: a router may allow you to insert two SIMs in case one of them fails, but not be able to use both at the same time. We normally choose a router with the SIM capacity required for your expected usage (eg 6 SIMs). Some routers can be stacked to allow more SIMs (we’ve often used 18 SIMs) in heavy usage scenarios.
Most routers today support a version of the 4G standards called Category 4 LTE. Some manufacturers are rolling out support for Category 6 LTE, which uses two chunks of spectrum rather than one, to double the theoretical maximum download speeds from 150 Mbps to 300 Mbps. Cat 6 LTE is still being rolled out by the mobile carriers, so it isn’t available everywhere. However, it’s worth considering routers that support it, in order to future-proof your investment. There are a number of interchangeable terms: look for Cat 6 LTE, LTE-Advanced (aka LTE-A) and 4G+.
A router that can bond (ie combine) the traffic streams from multiple SIMs into one, will allow you to have a faster, more reliable connection to your company network. This is essential if you’re planning to connect a multi-user site to your company network using 4G WAN, and especially if you need a very reliable connection for sensitive applications (see Managed Hubs). The rationale for bonding is primarily to provide a reliable and stable connection, with performance as a by-product.
Alternatively, a router that can Load Balance can spread the usage of several separate users and sessions across several SIMs. This can provide flexibility, but no single session can be faster than the SIM its using can support, and if any single cellular connection drops out, the reconnection time can be measured in seconds, which the user will notice! Find out more here in our blog: 4G WAN Bonding vs Load balancing.
Typically found in single-connection routers, SIM failover allows two SIMs to be inserted, so that the second can be switched-in if the first fails (or if the first is blocked when usage climbs too high).
Prioritisation by traffic type
Some routers can be set to optimise the performance of your 4G WAN connection. They might prioritise (and de-prioritise) different traffic types. They might route those traffic types over different cellular connections according to the real-time performance of the connections (eg latency and reliability of the connection). If you have performance sensitive applications, or if you are delivering traffic using performance sensitive applications like Citrix, you will need these features for optimum results. This is only really relevant when bonding, because bonding allows you to control priority in both directions, both to and from the site. If you load balance on multi-sim, you can only control priority in one direction (outbound) – you cannot influence the inbound priority.
Some routers will allow you to cache data. When multiple users access the same intranet pages or stored files, for example, caching allows them to access it faster and with less data usage.
4G Router Our Company:
1. RY Electronics has over 10 years of experience designing and manufacturing custom cable assemblies optical fibers cable and antennas router in large or small volumes depending on your needs.
2. Our manufacturing facilities can build just about many types of custom cable assembly(LVDS cable/Flat cable/RF cable/wire harness) as well as GPS/WIFI/ISM/GSM/3G/4G antenna and RF connectors.
3. Quality is important for us and for the customer, the client’s demand is more supreme. We create an easier, less costly and extremely satisfactory way of business. Striving to achieve improving results through our continuous innovating and technical engineer’s effort, we create values to turn the antenna / Cable / Harness to your exact demand.
4. We guarantee every antenna / Cable / Harness we offered must be tested by network analyzer / Precision Low Voltage Wire Tester to ensure the perfect quality before delivery. Cooperated with many overseas clients from over twenty countries, we will be your ideal OEM/ODM partner.
4G Router Product Details:
1. Do you provide customer LOGO?
Yes, we can provide customer LOGO on firmware and hardware.
2. Do you accept PCBA orders only?
Of course, as a OEM/ODM manfuactuer, we can provide PCBA in a short time with good quality.
3. Do you provide firmware support?
Sure thing, unlike other companies which are buying solutions from design company, we have our own firmware development team to support you in 100%.
4. What's your payment terms?
100 % T/T before delivery
5. What is your terms of delivery?
We are accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or most cost-effective for you.