Magnadyne is encouraging RV manufacturers to pre-install the RV-Link antenna on the roof of new RVs with wiring for an interior Wi-Fi router.
The rooftop antenna has a place to add in a long-range Wi-Fi receiver hidden under the antenna's dome - and the antenna is pre-wired to an indoor location for mounting a matched indoor Wi-Fi router.
Magnadyne released the LTE upgrade kit in late May 2020 and AT&T's Connected Car website offers RV-Link specific cellular plans, which are not very attractive options for those looking for a home internet replacement.
The RV-Link system is primarily designed for RV manufacturer installation, but an aftermarket kit is also available.
NOTE: This is newer but similar to Magnadyne's older MOBILEVISION MV100-TV system.
- Supported Cellular Carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile (AT&T offers plans for this device)
- # of Connected Devices: Unknown
- Wi-Fi Technology / Frequencies: 2.4GHz 802.11n for Wi-Fi as WAN, both 2.4 and 5GHz for the interior router.
- Other Ports: Power over Ethernet to connect the exterior and interior units.
- Power: 12V
- Retail Price: $199.95, $299.99 for the complete kit including TV/AM/FM antennas. LTE upgrade is $279.99.
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