5G / 4G

It often happens that despite the relatively good LTE and 5G network coverage in some areas, the signal is weak. This results in slow transmission rates, poor connection quality, and signal dropouts. Especially when using an internet signal via LTE or 5G, this can be very frustrating.

By using a powerful antenna, you can significantly boost your signal. This provides faster transmission rates and high signal stability.

We offer high-quality equipment for LTE and 5G data connections, ranging from simple USB surf sticks (naturally with an external antenna connection) to routers, antenna cables, adapters, and powerful directional or omnidirectional antennas.

If you have difficulty choosing the components, feel free to consult with us for free and without obligation.

Even if a traditional DSL, VDSL, or fiber-optic connection is primarily used for internet access at home and in offices, it is often not possible both on the go and in areas with poor network coverage, especially in rural areas. Through mobile networks with standards like GSM, 3G, 4G / LTE, or 5G, it is possible to establish a secure internet connection not only on the move but also in rural areas with high-speed surfing. Various tools can further enhance a stable and secure connection, providing a real alternative to DSL.

5G: The new 5G standard is the mobile communication standard of the 5th generation, offering a new level of mobile data transfer for network operators, providers, and end consumers. Some devices, such as smartphones, support this new high-speed 5G network.

LTE / 4G: 4G is the mobile communication standard of the 4th generation (hence also called 4G). 4G is the latest mobile communication standard before 5G for mobile data communication, allowing for particularly fast surfing and high data transfer rates. 4G is used in rural areas as a replacement for DSL.

UMTS / 3G: 3G is the mobile communication standard of the 3rd generation (after analog and GSM) and is provided by major network operators for mobile internet access. Through enhancements like HSDPA, fast data transfers and carefree mobile surfing with few signal disruptions are possible. For stationary use, antennas can improve signal strength and range.

GSM / 2G: Improving signal strength and signal security - Users of internet access via mobile communication standards like 3G, 4G, 5G, or GSM often face signal dropouts, slow data transfer rates, or disruptions. The only permanent solution is the use of external tools such as antennas or adapters to boost and stabilize the signal. We offer various equipment for a secure and fast internet connection via GSM, 3G, LTE, or 5G.

5G Antennas: When using a 5G connection for internet access, a powerful 5G antenna can not only increase signal strength but also improve data transfer rates. A stable signal via 5G is easily achievable with a suitable antenna.

4G Antennas: When using an 4G connection for internet access, a powerful 4G antenna can increase signal strength and improve data transfer rates. A stable signal via 4G is easily achievable with an antenna. As 4G is transmitted not only on the 800 MHz frequency band but also on the 1800 MHz or 2600 MHz frequency bands, especially in large cities, it's essential to check with the network operator before purchasing an 4G antenna. Alternatively, there are so-called Multiband antennas, which usually have a slightly smaller gain but cover all frequency bands. Different frequency bands are used in other countries, posing challenges for German devices. The power and range potential of the 4G antenna are indicated by the dBi number, where a higher number means a greater range.

3G Antennas: For those using 3G for internet access and experiencing a prone-to-interference or slow connection, a 3G antenna can help by improving and stabilizing the signal, ensuring a secure and fast internet connection with higher transfer rates. Depending on the requirements, a 3G directional antenna or a omnidirectional antenna can be used. The directional antenna offers a higher range when directly aligned with the relevant transmission mast, making it suitable for stationary internet access, such as via a PC. On the other hand, omnidirectional antennas are often a better alternative for mobile use, especially in environments with many obstacles and interference factors, as the signal is more flexible and not as strongly focused. However, they may not achieve the same high ranges as directional antennas. To attach the 3G antenna to the router or stick, an antenna cable and, in some cases, an adapter for the plug are required.

4G / 5G USB Stick: With an 4G or 5G USB stick, one can quickly and easily establish an internet connection via 4G / 5G anywhere. Therefore, surf sticks are suitable primarily for mobile use but can also be used stationary to replace DSL. Our surf sticks typically have an external antenna connector, allowing for the use of a more powerful  antenna if necessary. Our sticks are SIM and/or NETLOCK free, enabling the internet connection to be used independently of the provider.

4G / 5G Router: Similar to the DSL router, the 4G or 5G router provides an internet connection for multiple devices, either wired or wireless. Internet access is through an 4G connection rather than DSL, which can be advantageous, especially in rural areas where mobile networks are often comparatively more stable and better developed.

Antenna Cables and Adapters: As most manufacturers provide different connectors on their cables and/or devices, there is often confusion about which one is the right one. In case of doubt, we are happy to assist you.

Whether connecting to the internet via 5G, 4G, 3G or DSL, and regardless of the reasons for occasional hiccups, we have the right equipment for a stable, fast, and powerful internet connection. If you have any questions, we are, of course, happy to help and provide detailed advice on all of our products!