- Transportation and security – wireless transmissions provided by cameras, connection of various sensors in trains, vehicles, container transportation assistance and river boats
- IT and communication – safe connection of computers and LAN networks
- Self-service terminals – connection of ATMs, payment and gaming terminals, etc. .
- Industry – interconnection of management and operational systems and sensors, SCADA, remote services
- Energy and power industry – connection of wind power plants, solar panels, data transfer provided by gas, oil and water distribution networks and grids
- Meteorology, alarm and warning systems – connection of sensors measuring water flow level in rivers, seismographs, rainfall meters, air pollution monitoring devices, meteorological stations
As a standard, this exceptionally fast UMTS / CDMA wireless router is equipped with one Ethernet 10/100, one USB Host port, one binary Input/output (I/O) port and two SIM cards to save and backup the communication data. The wide range of interface options of the UCR11 v2 router further expands optional Port1 and Port2 – selected by the customer. Optional Port 1 would be fitted by Ethernet port 10/100 or interface ports RS232 / RS485 / RS422 / MBUS or I/O – CNT. Port2 may be equipped with interfaces RS232 / RS485 / RS422 / MBUS / WiFi / WMBUS / SDH. Another option is the insertion of XC-SW board providing3 x switched Ethernet 10/100 ports. This UMTS/CDMA wireless router is supplied either in a plastic or metal casing, based on the requirements of the customer.
Configuration is done via web interface protected by a password. The UMTS/CDMA router supports the creation of VPN tunnels using technologies IPsec, OpenVPN and L2TP to ensure safe communication. The web interface provides detail statistics about the 3G router activities, signal strength, detailed log, etc. The cellular router supports the following functions: DHCP, NAT, NAT-T, DynDNS, NTP, VRRP, control by SMS and many other functions. Other diagnostic functions ensuring continuous communication include automatic inspection of PPP connection offering an automatic restart feature – in the case of connection losses, or a hardware watchdog which monitors the status of the router. With the help of a special window (start up script window) you may insert Linux scripts for various actions. For some applications the key option to create several different configurations for one 3G wireless router, the so-called profiles (maximum of 4), and the option to switch between them (for example via SMS, binary input status, etc.) is essential. Cellular wireless routers may automatically upgrade configuration and firmware from the server. This allows for a mass reconfiguration of many routers in one time.