Thanks to Zoom Telephonics and their 4501 Wireless-N Desktop Router for 4G Modems, you can use your 4G USB Mobile Broadband modem to spread wireless Internet access to more than one Wi-Fi device. Once you connect your USB 4G LTE or 3G Broadband Modem to the router, the router can quickly and easily connects to all your Wi-Fi devices, such as Windows, Macintosh, or Linux computers, iPhones, or other Wi-Fi mobile phones, the iPod iTouch, Blackberries, and game stations including Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DS Lite, and Playstation Portable. In total, the router can connect to Wireless-N, -G, and -B devices. You can also establish a wired connection to one other device through the router's Ethernet LAN port.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to connect your ADSL or cable modem, you can plug either into the router's Ethernet WAN port and spread wireless Internet access that way. If you do take this "route," you can also connect your 4G or 3G USB broadband modem to the router, as a backup if your ADSL or cable modem fails. Whether in the home, office, or wherever you can get AC power, the 4501 Wireless-N Desktop Router for 4G Modems is there to quickly and easily spread wireless Internet access to your Wi-Fi devices.