|Antenna gain (dBi)||2dBi @ 2.4Ghz, 2dBi @ LTE|
|RAM on board||64 MB|
|Fast Ethernet Ports||1|
|Dimensions||185mm x 85mm x 30mm|
|Output power (dBm)||22|
The Mikrotik ATL LTE18 kit is a device used to connect to a mobile 3G/LTE network. Put it outside on a pole or just in a high enough place and it's there where cell phones don't have a signal. Thanks to a large radome antenna with high gain, the device can connect to transmitters even in extreme rural locations, enabling Internet access even in places where nothing else is available.
The unit is equipped with one Gigabit Ethernet port, it has a built-in high quality Category 18 LTE modem for speeds up to 1200 Mbps/150 Mbps (download/upload), very powerful 64-bit 2-core ARM 1200MHz CPU, 16MB storage and 256MB RAM.
1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500)
1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900)
The world keeps changing, but one thing remains certain: you've got to stay connected. Immediate access to information is vital. That’s why Mikrotik developed the ATL: an advanced technology level directional LTE solution for those who want to squeeze the most out of LTE base stations. Mikrotik ATL features a phenomenal Category 18 LTE modem and a Gigabit Ethernet port with PoE-in. Combined with the modern ARM CPU, this means speeds up to 1 Gbps, no bottlenecks!
One of the key features is the 4x4 MIMO or multiple-input, multiple-output support. More antennas to work with - higher speed and better signal! You can expect fantastic performance in the cities with modern base stations. But ATL can also do wonders in rural areas as it supports a wider frequency band range for lower band antennas.
There are 4 high-gain middle band (1.7 - 2.7 GHz) and 2 high-gain low band antennas (700 MHz - 1 GHz, LTE Band 28). Why is that important? Two reasons. First of all, the 700 and 800 MHz LTE band is one of the most popular frequency options in the world. It is used by countless mobile operators everywhere, so ATL will always be able to find some signal. And the second reason is the nature of the lower frequency itself: this type of radio wave can travel very far. It all depends on many factors, including how flat the terrain is, but rest assured - with ATL you are in good hands.