What is the difference between 5G industrial ruggedized router, modem, and switches?
5G industrial ruggedized routers are devices typically used in industrial or harsh environments. The WAN port sends data to the LAN port by connecting to the Internet. The LAN port then sends it to the computer to perform the data transmission function.
The 5G industrial ruggedized router is like a small computer, which consists of CPU and memory. Low CPU, low switching performance, slow data transmission, and network speed drop. Too many devices will also reduce the network speed of the router.
AR7091 is a 5G industrial ruggedized router developed based on 5G/4G/3G/2G, WIFI, virtual private network and other technologies. As an industrial communications solution, this product is designed with high-performance 32-bit communication processor and industrial-grade wireless module, along with embedded operating system, supporting 1 Gigabit Ethernet WAN, 4 Gigabit Ethernet LAN, 1 RS232/ RS485 (optional) interface and 2.4G/5.8G WIFI interface, which are capable of connecting serial devices, Ethernet devices and WIFI devices at the same time, meeting the needs of industrial field communication.
Modem, broadband Internet modem. The 5G industrial ruggedized router is also more convenient than a modem based on a modem.
Previously, when the telephone was connected to broadband, the phone line had to be connected to the modem. Then, it was necessary to connect the Modem to the router. This was the old-fashioned way. Today’s fiber-optic broadband must go through Modem to turn fiber into a network that can directly access computers.
The router modem has both a modem and a router. To build a home broadband network, it is necessary to purchase ADSL, router, switch, etc. In order to solve the multi-device problem, the router modem is used.
A switch is like a router without dial-up. Its job is to add more connections to the subnet. 5G industrial ruggedized routers can interact with electronic devices for data transmission through central switches.