Check the compatibility list for any router you are considering at Cradlepoint to make certain that the aircard, modem, or cell phone you are using is supported. If you do not have a modem yet, you can find one at the Quantum Store.
Which network do you want to have for your router?
Cradlepoint CTR 35 is the least expensive way to provide a mobile broadband network to multiple connections (less than 16 Wi-Fi users), and is ideal for travelling or small home and offices (40-120 feet). This router is a perfect fit for you, when you have USB aircards/modems and demand router size more than Wi-Fi range.
Cradlepoint CTR 500 is a great choice for RVers, because of its small size, signal indicator lights and cigarette lighter adapter. This router supports failover and has both USB and ExpressCard slots, which guarantee to support more devices. If you want a better range, the port for optional external antenna can increase Wi-Fi range by 35%.
Cradlepoint MBR 95 is an N band router supporting more 4G . It utilizes two internal antennas. It also features more ports for modems/phones: one USB 2.0 port for 3G/4G modems, one 10/100 Ethernet WAN port and four 10/100 Ethernet LAN ports.
Cradlepoint CBA 750 is not a right solution for most users. It works like a “broadband adapter”, which is to convert cellular signal to Ethernet capable system with a full IP pass-through.
(“Gateway”Devices enable anyone with a USB Modem to easily and reliably connect to the internet. Some have built-in security and firewall functionality)
Option GlobeSurfer III is a GSM only combination aircard/router. It offers HSUPA at 5.76Mbps and HSDPA at 7.2Mbps, as well as AWS. It also provides full telephone functionality, including Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, CLI and Voicemail. Hard drives and printers can be connected via the integrated USB port.
Option Globesurfer X.1 is a pocket sized device that can easily travel with you. Its built in browser GUI (Graphical User Interface) will enable users to access all features by simply opening any internet browser. When no USB Modem is inserted, it will still establish a LAN which can be connected via Wi-Fi or Ethernet ports. The router is also compatible with File Servers and Printer Servers.