Get the Best of Both Worlds – with Peplink LTE-Advanced (LTE-A)

Peplink has just launched a number of new LTE-A embedded cellular routers.With LTE-A supported multi-cellular MAX routers, you can combine the additional frequency bands and enhanced speed of LTE-A enabled routers with the greater connection reliability and cellular coverage of SpeedFusion bandwidth bonding for the best cellular connection possible.

Increased Band Support and Carrier Aggregation

LTE-A features greater location diversity, one modem can cover more regions. LTE-A also supports newer region and carrier specific bands. These are often much faster than the legacy bands that can become oversaturated.

In addition, LTE-A routers can use Signal Carrier Aggregation (SCA) to simultaneously connect multiple signal channels for up to twice your current connection speed.

Coverage Area

While many LTE-A enabled routers offer greater band support, the coverage is still limited to that of a single provider, so you will still lose reception if you hit a dead spot. With SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding, however, you can enjoy uninterrupted service as you move around town, connecting to 3G/4G LTE networks from multiple service carriers.


Poynting antennas have already achieved good results in combination with Peplink routers. Poynting manufactures a large selection of antennas across a broad range of applications.Therefore, this combination is a perfect fit.

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