Supported Cellular Frequencies/Signals for Travel Data Equipment

Supported Cellular Frequencies/Signals for Travel Data Equipment

Our devices currently support frequencies that can provide:
5G: Band n71 (600 MHz)
Frequencies that can provide Extended Range LTE Band 12 (700 MHz)
Frequencies that can provide LTE: Band 2 (1900 MHz) Band 5 (850 MHz) Band 4 (1700/2100 MHz) Band 66 (Extension of band 4 on 1700/2100 MHz).

Speeds: While speeds are not guaranteed, if your router is connected to the following LTE bands, you can expect the speed ranges below: 
71: Speeds up to 15Mbps (City & Rural)
66: Speeds up to 15Mbps (City)
12: Speeds up to 15Mbps (Rural)
2, 4, 5: Speeds up to 40Mbps (City & Rural) 
Speeds are not guaranteed, and are subject to network management at all times. You are sharing the available bandwidth at a tower with all other users connected to that same tower. Wide and varying speed tests, with drastic changes between tests are normal for shared bandwidth, cellular based connections and Travel Data does not troubleshoot speed related issues.

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