From SpinetiX Support Wiki
A mobile broadband modem, also known as 3G/4G modem, is a type of modem that allows a device (such as: laptop, personal computer, router, media player etc.) to receive Internet access via a mobile broadband connection.
Two types of mobile broadband modems are relevant for SpinetiX players:
- 3G/4G router, which can be used with DiVA and all HMP models;
- USB cellular modem, which can only be used with HMP200, HMP130, and HMP100 devices.
Many mobile broadband modems sold nowadays also have built-in routing capabilities and provide Ethernet networking interfaces, therefore an HMP or DiVA player can be connected via an Ethernet cable to the router to get Internet access.
Some 3G/4G routers require the use of an AC adapter, while others are portable and can also be powered by a USB connection or a built-in battery.
USB cellular modem
3G/4G USB cellular modems can be used to provide Internet access to HMP200, HMP130, and HMP100 devices via a mobile broadband connection. Also called standalone mobile broadband modems, these USB devices are designed to be connected directly to one device via an USB port.
- Wi-Fi page for connecting the SpinetiX players to wireless networks.