02 Aug Review: NetComm Wireless 3G Marine Outdoor Router

Designed to weather the harsh natural conditions that persist in the marine environment. This amazing device can be easily installed onto the outer body of motor yachts or cruisers to avail of powerful 3G broadband Internet and offshore phone line.

Installation and use

This device basically offers Internet and phone connectivity that we enjoy on land at sea. So, in order to get high-speed 3G broadband, WiFi, Ethernet and phone connectivity on a marine vessel or to optimize the Wi-Fi signal on a remote marina all you need to do is position the device on the exterior of your yacht or boat. All you need to do is mount it onto an external wall or mast and you’re good to go.

Designed as an all-in-one package, the NTC-30WV-02 brings together the functionalities of a modem, router, wireless LAN access point, telephone adapter and powerful high gain antenna system in one all-weather device.

Advanced High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA+)

This outdoor router is the best choice for marine vessel owners and marina managers. It is capable of boosting the 3G/HSPA+ signal strength in coastal areas with low signal and waters within a specific zone near the coastline. The 3G modem that’s part of this system can supply data download rates of up to 21Mbps (HSPA+). This bandwidth is also shareable over a safe and steady Wi-Fi and Ethernet network making it perfect for yacht owners and their guests.

Multi-device connectivity

This Wireless 3G Marine Outdoor Router is capable of creating an extensive Wi-Fi network. It can transmit over a radius of up to 100 metres from the spot where it is placed. It uses an integrated Wireless LAN access point and MIMO antenna technology to deliver speeds up to 300Mbps.

Extremely sturdy construction

Because it is meant to be used in rough weather conditions, the NTC-30WV-02 is IP67 rated and proven to be able to endure extreme temperatures and exposure to a saline environment. It is extremely durable and long-lasting for marine use.

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