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Information and Accessories for VL600 on Verizon

About the VL600

VL600 SIM Type: Standard 2FF


  • 4G LTE Mobile Broadband and Mobile Broadband (Rev. A) capable
  • Auto Connect
  • GPS: Not Supported at launch


  • Fixed Type A USB port with protective flip cover
  • 4G SIM Card compatible
  • VZAccess® Manager for easy connection management
  • Antenna System: CDMA dual band DCN 800 MHz, PCS 1.9 GHz; LTE Band 13 700 MHz; MIMO:CDMA EVDO Receive Diversity LTE MIMO 2x2
  • Service Status Indicator (LED)– 4 Color
  • USB Extension Cable and Clip Holster included for performance optimization
  • 2–way Text Messaging capable
  • Support: VPN;Dial Up; NDIS/LAN Adapter


  • 3.88" (H) x 1.48" (W) x 0.58" (D)
  • Weight: 1.76 oz
  • SAR = 1.34 W/kg – body

Operating System Support

  • Windows® Vista (32/64–bit)
  • Windows® XP (32–bit) (SP2 or higher)
  • Windows® 7 (32/64–bit)
  • Not MAC OS compatible at launch

System Requirements

  • One Type A USB Port
  • Processor: 300 MHz or higher
  • Disk Drive: CD ROM
  • Memory (RAM) requirement: 128MB
  • Hard disk space requirement : 100MB
  • Internet Browser Software

Technology Bands

  • CDMA 1xEV–DO Rev. A/Rev. 0: 800/1900 MHz
  • LTE CDMA (700MHz

Memory / Chipset

  • QC MSM6800A and LG L2000

Antenna Port Location

The VL600 has 2 antenna ports, one for a 4G antenna and one for a 3G antenna. To access the ports, you must remove the backplate and the caps covering the ports. Make sure to connect the antenna to the port for which you are trying to boost signal - the 3G port is located next to the SIM card; the 4G port is closest to the USB plug. WARNING: the VL600's ports are VERY FRAGILE (moreso than other modems). Be GENTLE when connecting or disconnecting the adapter cable from the antenna port!

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!!!
  • If the adapter cable feels loose when you connect it to the antenna port, remove it and roll it back and forth 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)
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