Cellular Routers and Gateways – Guidelines

Cellular Routers and Gateways are used in conjunction with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANI) and Global Positioning System (GPS) to determine the location of the recipient vehicle. These devices also provide the ability to view the current address for any given vehicle and also display their name, model and license plate. The major advantages of a cellular GPS/Router include; Speed, Convenience, Cost Efficient Service and Accuracy. There are many other benefits such as ease of installation and the ability to communicate with multiple users through voice, data, text or multimedia. Click next to learn more.

Cellular routers can connect to dedicated data ports or Universal Serial Bus or SIM card ports. The Universal Serial Bus ports are more widely available because it is less expensive than GSM, CDMA or TDMA carriers. However, GSM carriers are more cost effective than CDMA or TDMA carriers because they do not charge for data traffic and support higher bandwidth capacity. Data traffic is sent through the GSM channels and converted into voice or text data before reaching the final destination.

A well-designed and properly installed cellular router or gateway can send and receive accurate data traffic with minimal delays. In most cases, there is no need for an operator to control or monitor the CELLULAR ROUTERS AND GATEWAYS. The system will automatically failover to a centralized relay station when the cellular phone’s signal or network goes down. This ensures that a call will not be dropped even in the event of power outage or wireless device failure.