Wi-Fi and 4G navigation systems chosen for you

To have a connected boat and communicate, surf the web and send emails even in the middle of the sea, the tools are constantly evolving. Here are 8 Wi-Fi and 4G systems that can’t be left on the boat to stay in touch with the world.


 

Glomex / WeBBoat 4G Plus

The Webboat 4G Plus Wi-Fi/4G antenna from Glomex of Italy features an integrated router, dual SIM option and automatic switch between 4G and Wi-Fi. Download and upload speeds are 100 and 50 megabits per second respectively. Power supply is 12 and 24 V.

www.glomex.it

Glomex / WeBBoat 4G Plus

 

MVG / Neptulink new Version

This model of 4G antenna is more affordable, has a built-in router, but no dual SIM function, making it suitable for surfing but not ‘trespassing’ in other countries. Again, the download and upload speeds claimed by the manufacturer are 100 and 50 mbps.

mvg-world.com/en/neptulink

MVG / Neptulink new Version

 

SCOUT / Wi-Fi + 4G oOnboard

Wi-Fi + 4G onBoard allows you to quickly connect to existing WiFi hotspots and the 4G mobile network, sharing the signal on board via the built-in hotspot or via Ethernet. The system automatically selects the best available network to maintain Internet connectivity on board, up to 20 miles from shore.

www.fni.it

SCOUT / Wi-Fi + 4G Onboard

 

Buzz marine / Hubba x4-GLOBAL

It is the first multi-band, multi-protocol, dual SIM LTE data router system designed for boats. Ideal for those who frequently sail from one country’s coastline to another, it also interacts with existing satellite systems to switch seamlessly when out of range of terrestrial networks.

buzzwireless.co.uk

Buzz marine / Hubba x4-GLOBAL

 

Nautigamma / Wiboat router 4g Wi-Fi

It is a watertight router for a 4G SIM. The Wi-Fi module is optionally configurable to connect to shore-based hot-spots or as on-board wifi. When configured for land-based hot-spots, it automatically switches between this mode and the 4G cellular network based on availability.

www.nextboat.it

Nautigamma / Wiboat router 4g Wi-Fi

 

Wifionboard / 4G Magnetic

This antenna is ideal for ‘flying’ installations, perhaps on the hard top or in the deckhouse on the roof, thanks to a magnet that secures it. The unit works on all mobile networks, whether 2, 3 or 4G.

www.wifionboard.co.uk

Wifionboard / 4G Magnetic

 

Digital Yacht / WL60

The combination of an iKConnect with a WL60 antenna is Digital Yacht’s complete low-cost Wi-Fi solution and is the ideal way to connect your smartphone or tablet to the internet when in port.

digitalyacht.co.uk

Digital Yacht / WL60

 

Mailasail / Wi-Fi Bat

The Wi-Fi Bat is a 2W waterproof omnidirectional antenna that, the manufacturers say, can retrieve the Wi-Fi signal from up to 10 miles away. This high-gain (8dB) antenna is 70cm high and comes with 15m of coaxial cable, which terminates in a standard USB socket.

www.mailasail.com

Mailasail / Wi-Fi Bat

 

Condividi:

Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

In evidenza

Continua a leggere

Cruising boats, but compact! 5 cabin cruisers for all tastes

Cruising belongs to a fascinating and evocative imagery, a prolonging navigation, taking us beyond the limits we can reach on a daily basis, broadening our horizons. Yet we tend to imagine it as a possibility relegated exclusively to large vessels.

These 5 boats are perfect for living aboard (15 to 20 m)

The call of the great outdoors, that ideal abandonment of cities and busy lives, would seem to have become stronger than ever. Dreams and fantasies that are increasingly turning into reality, aided by the growing opportunities for smart-working and remote

Aceleron, so the lithium battery becomes sustainable

At METS 2022 in Amsterdam, Aceleron, a start-up company that brings to market Essential, a cobalt-free lithium-iron-phosphate battery system with replaceable parts, made its debut. In fact, it has a structure that is not welded, but is assembled by compression.

Scroll to Top