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RouterAmp Drive

Deliver fast mobile data to our router as you travel.

RouterAmp Drive

SKUBandsMountingMIMO DLRadio cards
RA-2X-EUB28/ B20/ B8/ B3/ B1/ B7Wall or Rack2X24
RA-4X-EUB28/ B20/ B8/ B3/ B1/ B7Rack4X44
  • Amplifies 5G, 4G, 3G and 2G for all operators.
  • Boosts mobile signal as vehicle travels between operator masts.
  • For routers with up to 4 radio cards,
  • Rx Diversity and 2X2/4X4 DL MIMO options
  • Compatible with all cellular routers.
  • Reduces the number of cables and antennas in the vehicle . 
  • ByPass Mode (bypass the RA when in Urban areas, allows 5G at 3.5GHz).
  • Remote monitoring/management.
  • GPS tracking.

The RouterAmp Drive – Bringing high speed MIMO 5G data to the mobile router in vehicles.

 

How it works: The RouterAmp (RA)

The RA is an industrial grade cellular amplifier that connects directly to a cellular router, like the Pepwave. It adds 15dB of gain to all cellular bands and is compatible with all mobile operators. It has up to 16 ports that can connect to 4 radio cards for 4X4 DL MIMO, compatible with the latest 5G routers.

 

Image above:Pepwave 5G MBX , RA-4X-EU-R, 4X4 MIMO omni.

Power controls:

The RA amplifies both the up-link (UL) signals from the cellular router (CR), and the down-link(DL) signals from the base stations. The RA amplifies the gain of these signals by about 15dB. On the UL, the signals from the CR are amplified up to a maximum power of 27dBm. If the radio cards inside the CR send a signal to the RA higher than 27dBm, the RA automatically reduces its gain. This will maintain the maximum UL power at 27dBm. On the DL, the signals from the base stations are amplified by 15dB, to a maximum power of -25dBm. This low power (in comparison to the high maximum UL power) is because the radio cards in the CR are very sensitive, and cannot sustain exposure to high radio frequency power. If the CR is in an urban environment and close to base stations, this situation can arise. The gain of the RA automatically reduces in this case, so that the maximum DL power is limited to -25dBm. Gain adjustments on the DL do not affect the UL and vice versa. Both directions are completely independent. 

ByPass mode: 

The RA  amplifies signals on bands 28, 20, 8, 3, 1, 7. These are the main cellular European bands and cover 5G/4G/3G/2G. However there are new bands coming, mainly in the 3.4-3.8GHz band. The RA does not amplify these bands. These higher 5G frequencies will not have suitable range for when the vehicle is in very rural areas, but when it comes into more urban areas, it would be useful to avail of them. ByPass mode can be enabled, so that the amplifier is by-passed, and all cellular signals can reach the CR.

 

 

 

The RouterAmp Drive – Bringing high speed MIMO 5G data to the mobile router in vehicles.

 

How it works: The RouterAmp (RA)

The RA is an industrial grade cellular amplifier that connects directly to a cellular router, like the Pepwave. It adds 15dB of gain to all cellular bands and is compatible with all mobile operators. It has up to 16 ports that can connect to 4 radio cards for 4X4 DL MIMO, compatible with the latest 5G routers.

 

Image above:Pepwave 5G MBX , RA-4X-EU-R, 4X4 MIMO omni.

Power controls:

The RA amplifies both the up-link (UL) signals from the cellular router (CR), and the down-link(DL) signals from the base stations. The RA amplifies the gain of these signals by about 15dB. On the UL, the signals from the CR are amplified up to a maximum power of 27dBm. If the radio cards inside the CR send a signal to the RA higher than 27dBm, the RA automatically reduces its gain. This will maintain the maximum UL power at 27dBm. On the DL, the signals from the base stations are amplified by 15dB, to a maximum power of -25dBm. This low power (in comparison to the high maximum UL power) is because the radio cards in the CR are very sensitive, and cannot sustain exposure to high radio frequency power. If the CR is in an urban environment and close to base stations, this situation can arise. The gain of the RA automatically reduces in this case, so that the maximum DL power is limited to -25dBm. Gain adjustments on the DL do not affect the UL and vice versa. Both directions are completely independent. 

ByPass mode: 

The RA  amplifies signals on bands 28, 20, 8, 3, 1, 7. These are the main cellular European bands and cover 5G/4G/3G/2G. However there are new bands coming, mainly in the 3.4-3.8GHz band. The RA does not amplify these bands. These higher 5G frequencies will not have suitable range for when the vehicle is in very rural areas, but when it comes into more urban areas, it would be useful to avail of them. ByPass mode can be enabled, so that the amplifier is by-passed, and all cellular signals can reach the CR.