Wednesday, June 1, 2011

3G Data Card to Wifi - 3G Router

Hi Friends,

Lately I have been seeing questions from users regarding sharing internet using a 3G Data Card to connect multiple devices. So I thought let me give a heads up to the users looking for a solution.

In today's market there are lots of different solutions available. Lets look at them one by one.

1. 3G Routers from service providers like Tata.

  • It has some features like
  • TATA Photon Wi-Fi can support sharing internet with up to 5 users/devices simultaneously on the go
  • The Router has a slim and compact design unlike many other bulky Wi-Fi devices that are currently available in the market. This makes it extremely convenient to carry in a pocket!
  • You can create a portable hotspot anytime, anywhere
  • Comes with a portable and rechargeable Li-ion Battery.
  • For more details visit

2. Custom 3G Routers without modem available in stores and online

The application of such routers will be as below.

Some Features
  • Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • Shares 3G connection or xDSL/Cable connection with network users
  • Supports xDSL or cable broadband backup when 3G is not available
  • Provides USB 2.0 Port for 3G/3.5G modem
  • and many more.

3. Custom 3G Routers with modem available in stores and online

The application of such routers will be as below.

Features of NetComm MyZone Router
  • Credit card sized and stylish, weighing only 77g
  • With built-in 3G modem, WiFi access point, router functions and rechargeable battery
  • Insert a 3G mobile broadband SIM1 card to create a personal WiFi Internet zone
  • Wireless IEEE 802.11b/g for Wireless LAN speeds up to 54Mbps
  • Advanced network security with built-in firewall and WPA/WPA2 wireless encryption
  • 4-6 hours of battery power in operation
  • USB-operated if no power point is available  - operates while battery is being charged
  • Works with Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, iOS, Linux and Android
  • Peak data speed: downlink 7.2 Mbps (HSDPA) / uplink 5.76 Mbps (HSUPA)
  • UMTS/ HSDPA/HSUPA bands: 850/ 1900/ 2100 MHz
  • GSM/GPRS/EDGE bands: 850/ 900/ 1900 /2100.
If you some more information regarding such products, please do let us all know here.