Vodafone B4000 4G LTE Wireless Router Review

Vodafone will begin with LTE-Advanced and already announced a matching router B4000 at Cebit that should dominate the improved LTE technology for the first time. With the new model B4000,  user could achieve the fastest possible speed on LTE-Advanced network. Below you can learn all about the key data for the new top model.

 

 

 

Features and characteristics of Vodafone B4000

Manufacturer and type designation

Huawei E5186s-22 (HiSilicon chip)

Download rate up

Up to 300 MBit/s

Upload rate up

Up to 50 Mbit/s

Supported LTE bands:

LTE 2600 MHz/2100 MHz/1800 MHz/900 MHz/800 MHz (FDD) LTE + 2600 MHz TDD

LTE-Advanced Support

yes (the first time)

backward compatible with:

HSPA, HSPA+; UMTS (900/2100 MHz); GSM

MIMO Support:

MIMO 2×2

Connector for external antenna

yes, 2 SMA sockets(Buy Vodafone B4000 Antenna)

Category:

LTE category 6 modem

Telephone

With integrated PABX

Yes, VOIP SIP Client

VoLTE Suppor (Voice over LTE)

Yes

Connection for analog phones

Yes, 2xRJ11

DECT

No

integrator with Voice Mail

Network | LAN & WLAN

LAN Ports

4 LAN Gigabit ports (RJ45)

Wi-Fi standards

WLAN 802.11b/g/n/ac for up to 64 users

5 GHz Wi-Fi support

Yes

Coding

WEP, WPA, WPA2

USB

yes, 1 x USB 2.0

Mass weight

194 x 177 x 64 mm at 450 grams

Information material

Manual

“Not yet available online

available at

 www.4gltemall.com

     

Before B4000 is presented, there was no doubt that Vodafone B3000 was probably more of a “snapshot”. Here now Vodafone B4000 is available, which looks like the predecessor Vodafone B3000 and B2000. From the specifications, you can find the B4000 has new features and improvements. From the back label, we can find the Vodafone B4000 comes from original factory model Huawei E5186s-22 with a Vodafone logo branded, Huawei is the top Chinese hardware manufacturer.  

 

First LTE-Advanced Router

 

The B4000 will be Vodafone’s first router that dominated the superfast LTE-Advanced, with the Category 6 with possibly 225-300 Mbit/s download speed. Customers will benefit from higher data rates at home or office when best network is available. Vodafone B4000 could support the  Vodafone network on LTE 800 MHz and the band around 2600 MHz which is primarily only available in urban areas.

 

 

Technical parameters

 

You can see some general technical specification on the box. In terms of wired and wireless features, you may refer to the technical datasheet. All the 4 LAN ports are finally designed for Gigabit and WLAN module dominates the latest standard, the wireless also transfer rates are possible in the gigabit range. Accordingly, it can be done in 5 GHz for the first time. The previous models were only compatible up to 802.11n and offered no 5 GHz.  

 

Vodafone B4000 supports LTE Bands 1/3/7/8/20 and 38, so it support TDD network while the Vodafone B3000 can only work with FDD networks. In addition, the router is backwards compatible with the popular 3G and 2G standards, when LTE is not available even temporarily. The unit also has 2 USB ports (bottom and sides), and 2 SMA connectors for connecting an external antenna.  

 

Telephone Two telephones can be connected and operated via VOIP. What’s more, Vodafone B4000 supports the first “real” Voice over LTE, also named VoLTE. In 2014, the leading LTE providers start with this innovative technology, which promises including improved voice quality and lightning fast call setup.  

 

Conclusion

 

The Vodafone B4000 has latest 4G technology for new networks, and it could fully replace the previous model such as B3000, B2000, B1000. Here now it’s already available on www.4gltemall.com . If you like it or want the unbranded factory model Huawei E5186s-22, welcome to check 4gltemall.com.      

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