The Arch 4G LTE mobile hotspot by ATEL is a basic category-4 mobile hotspot without antenna ports. It is available online from ATEL. It is reportedly certified on T-Mobile.
- Model Number: ALM-W01
- # of Connected Devices: Up to 15
- Control Panel and Default Password:
- Control Panel: 192.168.0.1 i
- Default Admin Password: Admin
- USB Tethering Support: Yes - USB Type C
- Networks supported:
- 5G Bands: None
- 4G/LTE Bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 66, 71
- LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: No
- MIMO Support: 2X2 internal and external
- LTE Performance Category: Category 4 (Max Theoretical Speed: 150 Mbps Down / 50 Mbps Up)
- Cellular Antenna Ports: No
- Other Ports: USB Type C
- Wi-Fi Technology / Frequencies: 802.11 b/g/n/ac - 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- Battery: 2000mAh Lithium-Ion
- Claimed Battery Life: 15 hours use (240 hours standby) - 3000mAh
- Can Be Powered Without a Battery: Unknown
- Battery Part #: Uknown
- Battery Purchase: N/A
- Dimensions: 4.17 x 2.4 x 0.7 inches, 3.84 oz
- SIM Card Type: Nano
- Retail Price: $99.99
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Mobile hotspot devices are small, self-contained units that receive a cellular data signal and transform it into an internet connection. They are a cellular modem and router combined. Most can create their own personal Wi-Fi network.
They are typically designed with a specific cellular carrier in mind and require a suitable cellular data plan of their own to operate. You might see them called Jetpacks (Verizon's term for them) or MiFi (Inseego's name for them).
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