This is a special-order item that requires additional lead time. Contact us before ordering if you need a more exact ETA.
All MG90 deployments require subscriptions to Sierra AirLink Support and AMM as well as the purchase of a Sierra Professional Service. Cellular and WiFi antennas are also required and sold separately. Contact us to discuss your needs and to receive a customized quote.
The AirLink® MG90 is a high performance 5G vehicle networking platform that offers extensible multi-network connectivity, to provide secure uninterrupted communications for the world’s most demanding mission critical applications in public safety, transit and field services fleets.
With extensible multi-network connectivity, the MG90 offers a 5G radio with Cat 20 LTE backup, dual concurrent Gigabit Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet, with extensions to Land Mobile Radio (LMR) and satellite systems.
- This router is best for: First responders, field personnel, and other vehicle users.
- Internet Connections Supported: 2 x Embedded 5G/Cat 20 LTE IMPORTANT: you will need a 2mm Hex L-wrench (not included) to access the SIM slot on the router, WiFi as WAN* (more info)
- Networks Supported for Embedded Modem: 5G: Sub-6: n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n20, n25, n28, n38, n40, n41*, n48, n66, n71, n77, n78, n79; LTE: 2100(B1), 1900(B2), 1800(B3), AWS(B4), 850(B5), 2600(B7), 900(B8), 700(B12), 700(B13), 700(B14), 700(B17), 850(B18), 850(B19), 800(B20), 1900(B25), 850(B26), 700(B28), 700(B29), 2300(B30), 1500(B32), TDD B38, TDD B39, TDD B40, TDD B41, TDD B42, TDD B46, CBRS B48, 1700(B66), 600(B71); WCDMA/HSPA+: 2100(B1), 1900(B2), 1800(B3), AWS(B4), 850(B5), 800(B6), 900(B8), 1700(B9), 850(B19)
- AT&T and Verizon certifications pending
- WiFi Standard: 3x3 MIMO 802.11 b/g/n/ac
- WiFi Range: 150-200'
- Ports: 5 x 10/100/1000 LAN, 1 RS-232 serial
- Power supply: Hardwire DC power supply; AC power supply and cigarette lighter power supply are available separately
- Size: 10.71" x 8.66" in x 2.36"
*Compatibility with all WiFi networks cannot be guaranteed. Networks requiring authentication on a "splash page" (e.g. Starbucks WiFi) in particular can be hit or miss.