The 4G CampPro2+ package combines an Alfa R36AH WLAN Router Repeater Extender with a Tube-U4G outdoor 4G/LTE USB modem and an AOA-4G-5AM outdoor 4G omni antenna and associated accessories.
This unique combination places the modem, radio and antenna all together for minimum signal loss and gain.
- Model: 4G Camp Pro 2+
- Router Specs:
- # of Connected Devices: Unknown
- Wi-Fi Router:
- Wi-Fi Standard: Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) - 2.4 GHz
- Max Theoretical Wi-Fi Speed: TBD
- Wi-Fi Antenna: No
- Wi-Fi as WAN: No
- Claimed Wi-Fi Range: Not specified
- Guest Wi-Fi Network: Unknown
- Default Control Panel Address and Password: Unknown
- USB Tethering Support: N/A
- Ethernet Ports: No
- Cellular Modem Specs:
- Cellular Modem: Single 4G
- Supported Networks and Bands: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon
- LTE Bands: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 38, 40, 41
- 3G: 1, 5, 8
- 2G: 3, 8
- MIMO Support: None
- LTE Performance Category: Category 4 (Max Theoretical Speed: 150Mbps Down / 50Mbps Up)
- LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: No
- Cellular Antennas: 1x 5dBi gain, omnidirectional; 1x N-Female Port
- Cellular Antenna Ports: One (N-type female)
- SIM Slots: 1x Mini-SIM
- Tube-U4G modem and AOA-4G-5AM antenna: 7.2” x 1.9” x 1"
- R36AH WLAN: 3.6" x 2.8" x 1"
- Other Ports: MicroUSB & USB-A (used to connect the modem and router)
- Power Source:
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Special Features:
- Retail Price: $189.97
News, Videos & Status
Alfa Networks, Inc. has sent us the Verizon version of this kit for evaluation in March 2019. Our members have our impressions posted below.
As of November 2019, the global version of this product became available for purchase through Amazon and eBay, although inventory appears to be limited at this time.
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