U600 (3G/4G Plug-In-Connect) on Sprint
- Microsoft Windows® XP, Windows Vista® and Windows 7, Mac OS X version 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6, Linux
- 4G Speeds
- Blazing-fast speeds in 4G markets and dependable 3G speeds virtually everywhere else
- External Antenna Ports
- External antennas available for both 3G and 4G.
- Rotating USB Connector
- Flexible USB connector makes it easy to plug into any USB port.
- Sprint Smartview
- Sprint SmartView connection manager makes connecting fast and easy, plus gives you easy access to GPS features and services at the touch of a button. Additionally, customized configuration is available to Enterprise customers.
- GPS Capable
- Autonomous and simultaneous GPS using Sprint Navigation for turn by turn directions, and points of interest searches.
- Easy Installation and Activation
- Easy install and activation - CD required for Windows and MacOS support
- Instant Network Connection
- Instant network connection - Device auto connects via Sprint SmartViewSM to both Sprint 3G and 4G networks where available with an LED that lights up according to the respective connection
- Supports Sprint Data Link
- Users can obtain more security through Data Link
- Dimensions:1.25" x 2.91" x 0.55"
- Weight: 1.1 oz
- Compatibility: Microsoft Windows® XP, Windows Vista® and Windows 7, Mac OS X version 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6, Linux
Antenna Port Location
The U600 has multiple antenna ports, including one for a 4G antenna and one for a 3G antenna. Make sure to connect the antenna to the port for which you are trying to boost signal - the 3G port is the top port on the side closest to the "3G" LED indicator; the 4G port is below that on the opposite side. IMPORTANT: the ports require DIFFERENT ADAPTER CABLES!
Tips For Using Your Antenna/Adapter Cable:
- Be GENTLE when connecting or disconnecting the adapter cable to/from your modem - the connector pins and the ports themselves can be VERY FRAGILE!!!
- Boosting 4G signal requires a 4G-capable antenna. Not all antennas will boost 4G!
- If the adapter cable feels loose when you connect it to the antenna port, remove it and roll it between your thumb and forefinger while applying medium pressure. The friction and pressure will cause the connectors' "teeth" to tighten up, allowing it to fit more snugly in your device's antenna port.
- If you're using a magnetic mount antenna, make sure it is connected to something magnetic or it will not work! If you're using an antenna that included radials, make sure the radials are screwed on or it will not be as effective! (other antennas do not require grounding)