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Many rural communities are getting fed up with the lack of high speed broadband services and no longer want to put up with slow broadband because they are too far away from the BT exchange,
Many of these rural Internet customers are switching to 4G services because they can triple or quadruple their internet speed by connecting to their nearest 4G base Station. This means that customers that previously has download speeds on 2Mbps are now getting 6Mbps or 8Mbps on average and many users are getting 20Mbps.
By switching to a Rural 4G Mobile Broadband Service all you need is:-
- 4G Mobile Broadband Router
- 4G Antenna
- 4G SIM Card
For the router we recommend the Huawei E5186 becuase this provides a high speed CAT6 4G Module to get the best performance from your 4G mobile service and features Gigabit Ethernet ports for high speed wired LAN and includes 802.11ac super fast WiFi to provides high speed and long range WiFi connectivity for your wireless devices.
As well as the High speed 4G connection and high speed LAN and WiFi, the Huawei E5186 4G Router has 2 x external antenna connections so you can connect this to an external 4G Antenna so if you have poor 4G reception where you locate the router, you can connect a high gain 4G antenna outdoors where you have a better service. One of the most popular outdoor 4G antennas is the Fullband® MIMORAD® MiMO 4G Antenna.
The Fullband bit relates to the fact that it covers all 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks and the MIMORAD part means that it provides 4G MiMo connectivity ie. 2 x antennas inside the RADome housing. Because it contains 2 x 4G antennas, the MIMORAD therefore has 2 x antenna cables. In this case the antenna is supplied pre-terminated with 2 x 5m long antenna cables, each with SMA Male connector which is suitable for the majority of 3G and 4G routers.
You can purchase pre-terminated antenna extension cables if you need a longer cable run – but please note that a longer cable run will reduce the effectiveness of the antenna because you will get signal loss along the length of the antenna cable. The better your mobile phone signal at the antenna location, the longer you can have your extension cable.
An alternative to a long antenna cable if you don’t have a great 4G signal is to install your 4G router closer to the antenna and use an Ethernet cable to connect the router to your network. The Ethernet cable can be up to 100m long – so you can run a long Ethernet cable from the router and connect it to a network switch and then connect your wired devices via the central network switch / hub. For WiFi you can purchase and install WiFi Access Points which will connect to your network switch.
The final thing for an effective rural 4G solution is your choice of 4G SIM Card. The first consideration is to choose a network that give you the best performance – at the outset you can purchase a few pay as you go 4G SIM cards and test each one in your router to see which 4G SIM give the best performance in your location. You can then examine the available contract data plans to determine how much you will have to pay for your 4G SIM Card – a typical household will use 20-30GB per month with some households using nearly double that. If the network with the best service is the most expensive then you can trade off speed against price and maybe choose a slightly worse network that still gives you an adequate download and upload speed but provides more inclusive data per month.
The CSL Signal Analyser CS2389 4G Signal Tester is a great tool for installers of 4G routers and 4G antennas. With a press of a button the CS2389 4G Signal Analyser will scan the available mobile phone base stations and provide information about the available networks, base stations and signal strengths so you can determine … Read More
The Huawei B535 4G Router is the ideal LTE router for office use. Providing high speed 4G Internet connectivity via the embedded CAT7 4G modem and delivering this high speed 4G broadband to both wired and wireless devices on the LAN via the 4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports and high speed WiFi. Simply insert your … Read More
Just the other day we provided the details of the RUT230 3G router, and now we can tell you about the Teltonika RUT240 4G Router which is basically just the faster version of the 3G router. The Teltonika RUT240 has an embedded 4G modem so if you have an M2M (machine to machine) application for … Read More
Many rural communities are getting fed up with the lack of high speed broadband services and no longer want to put up with slow broadband because they are too far away from the BT exchange, Many of these rural Internet customers are switching to 4G services because they can triple or quadruple their internet speed … Read More
The Spending Review and Autumn Statement was delivered to Parliament today and included £1 billion to be spent on 4G communications for the police and other emergency services. Known as ESN (Emergency Services Network) the new 4G network is designed to allow police officers and other emergency services personnel to undertake more tasks away from … Read More
4G provider Vodafone has announced a multi-million pound investment in its network across Coventry with a view to providing over 98% of the city’s population with 3G or 4G mobile coverage. At the end of last year a report from Which? and OpenSignal suggested that mobile phone coverage in Coventry, and across the West Midlands … Read More
This week we’ve been looking at Rootmetrics’ recent report into the state of mobile network performance in London, Big city network performance: the London urban mobile experience. While our first post looked at the overall performance of the four major 4G network providers in London, and our latest post discovered the state of mobile performance … Read More
This week we’re looking at the results of Rootmetrics’ new report Big city network performance: the London urban mobile experience. Our last post looked at the overall performance of the different 4G networks in the capital, and our next post will take a look at the state of 4G in various transport hubs around the … Read More
Rootmetrics has recently released an in-depth report on the state of 4G in London, so this week we’ll be looking at the urban mobile experience in various places around the capital. This post will take an overall look at the performance of the different networks in the centre of London, while the next two posts … Read More
4G network provider Three has today announced plans to boost the speed, performance, and capacity of its network by rolling out additional spectrum. Three has stated that its 4G customers will enjoy a faster and more reliable experience following the rollout, which is expected to increase speeds by up to 50% across the UK. The … Read More