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****** Page 1 ****** USER GUIDE inseego AT&T Global Modem USB800 4G L TE Wireless Modem AT&T inseego

****** Page 2 ****** 02019 AT&T Inc. All rights reserved. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by AT&T Inc. Software License Proprietary Rights Provisions: The software drivers provided with this product are copyrighted by Inseego Corp.. and/or Inseego Corp..’ suppliers. Although copyrighted, the software drivers are unpublished and embody valuable trade secrets proprietary to Inseego Corp.. and/or Inseego Corp..’ suppliers. The disassembly, decompilation, and/or Reverse Engineering of the software drivers for any purpose is strictly prohibited by international law. The copying of the software drivers, except for a reasonable number of back-up copies is strictly prohibited by international law. It is forbidden by international law to provide access to the software drivers to any person for any purpose other than processing the internal data for the intended use of the software drivers. U.S. Government Restricted Rights Clause: The software drivers are classified as “Commercial Computing device Software” and the U.S. Government is acquiring only “Restricted Rights” in the software drivers and their Documentation. U.S. Government Export Administration Act Compliance Clause: It is forbidden by US law to export, license or otherwise transfer the software drivers or Derivative Works to any country where such transfer is prohibited by the United States Export Administration Act, or any successor legislation, or in violation of the laws of any other country. Trademarks and Service Marks AT&T is a trademark of AT&T Inc., and the other trademarks, logos, and service marks (collectively the “Trademarks”) used in this user manual are the property of AT&T Inc. or their respective owners. Nothing contained in this user manual should be construed as granting by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, a license or right of use of AT&T Inc. or any other Trademark displayed in this user manual without the written permission of AT&T Inc. or its respective owners. • Inseego, and the Inseego logo are trademarks of Inseego Corp. • Microsoft@ and Windows@ are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft@ Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • AppleO and Maco are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. • LTETM is a trademark of ETSI. The names of actual companies and products mentioned in this user manual may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Inseego Corp. Revision History Part Number 90029507 Revision Description URL Updates Date 08/29/2019 FCC D: PKRlSGMC800 IC D: 3229A-MC800 PN: 90029507 R2 MASTER UG USB800 01 Aug 2019 Please visit for the latest information about your device.

****** Page 3 ****** Contents Getting Started Overview Package Contents System Requirements Components Status & Data Used Indicators Caring for Your Modem Using Modem USB800 Using USB800 for the First Time Inserting and Connecting Your Modem Properly Insert the Modem into Your Device Properly Remove the Modem from your Device Connecting to the Network and the Internet Web User Interface (Ul) Home Navigation Panel Messages Settings Networks SIM GPS Preferences About Internet Status Diagnostics Device Info Logs Help Install a SIM Card Troubleshooting Overview Common Problems and Solutions Technical Support Customer Service Data Technical Support Product Specifications and Regulatory Information Product Specifications General 10 11 13 14 14 15 16 . 20 .21 .21 . 23 . 24 . 26 . 28 • 30 .31 . 32 . 33 . 33 . 33 . 34 . 35 . 35

****** Page 4 ****** Technology/Bands Environmental Regulatory Statements Federal Communications Commission Wireless Communications Limited Warranty and Liability Glossary Notice (FCC United States) . 35 . 35 . 36 . 36 . 40 . 40 41

****** Page 5 ****** Getting Started Overview Components Caring for Your Modem

****** Page 6 ****** Overview Congratulations on purchasing your Modem USB800 from Inseego. This modem enables you to connect at high speeds to the Internet, your corporate Intranet, and access your email while you’re away from the office. Package Contents The USB800 package includes: USB800 NOTE The USB800 is not a handheld device. Literature Kit containing: Quick Reference Guide • Important Customer Safety Information System Requirements Supported platforms: Windows@ 7 or higher Mac 10.8 or higher Linux OS Chrome OS Compatible browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher Mozille Firefox 3.6 or higher Google Chrome 9 or higher Apple Safari 5 or higher Opera 9 or higher You will also need the following: USB Port 2.0 or higher Wireless data plan 2

****** Page 7 ****** Components AT&T inseego (inside under coær) O Status LED indicator — indicates the network and traffic status; it also indicates when there is no SIM or a SIM error, and when a software update is in progress. (See Package Contents on page 2.) o connects to your computer through a type A USB port. USB Connector O USB Swivel Connector— allows the USB connector to rotate, making it easier to connect to computers. O USB Folding Hinge — folds the USB connector into your modem, and allows the USB connector to be extended and plugged into your computer. Back Panel (removable) covers the SIM card slot. Press gently on the cover with your thumb and slide the panel off. The manual reset button can be found under this panel. 6 card Slot inside under the back panel, the SIM card is pre-installed in the spring- loaded SIM card slot (under the back panel – not shown). 3

****** Page 8 ****** Status & Data Used Indicators The LED indicates the modem and data usage status. Status LED Color Status WHEN NOT CONNECTED Red Green WHEN CONNECTED Green Amber Data Used LED OFF Green Amber Red Blinking Solid Blinking Solid Blinking Solid Solid Blinking Description No network available No SIM,SIM locked,SlM error Modem starting up Modem ready to use Home network No data being transferred NOTE While starting up, the Status LED will slowly blink green Home network available. Data being transferred. Roaming network available No data being transferred Roaming Data being transferred or Software update in progress Data Usage information is not available. Data Usage: < 80%. Data Usage: 80-89%. Data Usage: 90-99% Data Usage: 100% or greater 4 ****** Page 9 ****** Caring for Your Modem Like any electronic device, the modem must be handled with care to ensure reliable operation. Inseego Wireless recommends the following guidelines: Protect the modem from liquids, dust, and excessive temperatures. Do not apply adhesive labels to the modem; they might cause the modem to overheat or alter antenna performance. The USB connector should plug easily into your device's standard type A USB port. Forcing the modem into a port might damage the connector. Remove the modem from your device before transporting it. Store the modem in a safe place when not in use. 5 ****** Page 10 ****** Using Modem USB800 Using USB800 for the First Time Inserting and Connecting Your Modem Using the Optional Dashboard Application ****** Page 11 ****** Using USB800 for the First Time IMPORTANT Do not connect the modem to a USB hub, as it might not provide sufficient power. See the Quick Reference Guide included in the box. To get started, follow these steps. O Confirm your device meets the minimum system requirements. (See System Requirements on page 2.) O Your modem comes with a SIM card pre-installed. Should you need to swap out your SIM, follow the instructions for installing an activated SIM Card. O Connect the modem to your device. (See Properly Insert the Modem into Your Device on page 8.) IMPORTANT The modem requires an activated SIM to function. STATUS LED Red Green Amber COLOR Solid Quick Blink Solid Quick Blink DESCRIPTION No network available or No SIM or SIM error or SIM lock Home network Data connection in use Roaming network or Software update in progress Data connection in use 7 ****** Page 12 ****** Inserting and Connecting Your Modem Properly Insert the Modem into Your Device Open the USB connector O Use your thumb to gently flip open the USB connector on your modem. Be sure to avoid over-extending the USB connector past its resistance point. Avoid opening the USB connector with metal objects as this might damage the pins. To properly insert the modem O Hold the modem along the side edges and gently insert it into your device's USB port. On most devices, insert the modem with the label facing up. It should fit easily into the port. Some devices might orient the USB port so the modem label faces down or sideways. Do not force the modem into the port as this might damage both the modem and the port. O Position the modem as indicated in the following illustrations to maintain SAR compliance and to ensure proper performance. This modem has been designed and tested to meet SAR compliance as outlined by the FCC. Ifthe modem is connected to USB ports other than those shown, ensure that the modem maintains a separation distance of at least 5 mm. IMPORTANT The modem must be positioned at 1200 for optimal functionality. Failure to maintain a position between the normal operating range of 1 1 00 – 1 300 will cause the modem to stop functioning. o Actual Operating Position 1200 1100 1300 O Normal Operating Range 1100 – 1300 NOTE If you are having difficulty inserting the modem into your device's USB port, verify that you are inserting the modem in the correct orientation and that you are using a Type A USB port. While starting up, the Status LED will blink slowly in green. 8 ****** Page 13 ****** Connecting to the Network and the Internet Getting started with your new wireless USB800 is simple. Insert the modem into the USB Port and wait for the status LED to turn solid green. You are now connected to the Internet. Properly Remove the Modem from your Device IMPORTANT Be sure to disconnect from the network and close the Web UI before you remove the modem from your device. Disconnecting from the network and closing browser, email, VPN, and other communication apps avoids potential problems such as automatic shutdown or screen freezing. Windows The USB800 Modem's USB technology allows you to safely remove the modem at any time when you are not connected to the network. O End your data session by selecting Disconnect from the Web UI. O Exit and close the Web Ul. O Gently grip the modem on both sides and pull straight out to avoid damaging the USB connectors. Mac OS X O End your data session by clicking Disconnect in the Web Ul. home page O Exit and close the Web Ul. O Click the eject icon to the right of the modem icon in the left column of the Finder window to eject the modem. O Gently grip the modem on both sides and pull straight out to avoid damaging the USB connectors. 9 ****** Page 14 ****** Web User Interface (Ul) The Web User Interface allows you to manage, monitor and customize your wireless network activity through an easy-to-use web interface. To access the Web User Interface, plug the USB800 into a USB port on your computer and go to att.manager/or 1 You'll also be able to: Check messages Manage device settings, including GPS and software updates Access device information, including Internet status/sessions and modem/network specifications Access FAQs and customer support 10 ****** Page 15 ****** Home USB800 Home allows you to quickly access commonly used links and all available menu options for your modem. It contains the following quick link menu options: Internet Status Diagnostics Device Info Settings Customer Support —AT&T Internet Status P&twork name Transrnitted IPv4 address .,lll AT&T Ready AT&T UMTS : 00 : 00 0000 0000 Diagnostics FW version 14 Mobile numtær SIM status ERI version Settings GPS (OFF) Device Info Modem firmware 14 SDx2CFAT-lso.011 1 12019-06 verskyn Err*kddedOS 8901410327209684447 Customer Support On.Ene Supcx:xt The GPS receiver can determQ your current location. This locatin can be provided to connected Software update Last software update No updates 2019 All rights reserved. USB800 Web Ul Home Tekphoræ – Internatünal inseego SDx20FAT-130.C11 [201906- 112 2.1140.13 803.331.0500 +1.314.9256925 USB800 Home displays the following session connection information: Status — Current modem status. Network name Indicates your current network connection status (Connected, Disconnect). Click Disconnect if you are currently connected to the network and wish to disconnect. Technology — Network type. Time connected — The total amount of time connected to the network during the current session. Received — The total amount of data received from, and transmitted to the network during the current session. Transmitted —The total amount of time data has been transmitted during the current session. 11 ****** Page 16 ****** IPv4 address — Address information. Mask — Mask information. Gateway — Gateway address. DNS — DNS information. 12 ****** Page 17 ****** Navigation Panel The Navigation Panel allows you to quickly access commonly used links for your modem. It contains the following menu options: Home Messages Settings About • Help AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help USB800Web Ul Home – Navigation Panel 13 ****** Page 18 ****** Messages The Messages page displays all existing system messages, and allows you to delete messages individually or all messages at one time. To delete existing messages, click the trash can icon for each message you want to delete. AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help Settings dill AT&T Messages No rræssages USB800 Messages The USB800 Settings page allows you to make administration password and preference changes; obtain software update information; backup and restore APN and default settings; and set GPS preferences. The USB800 Settings page contains the following sections: Networks • SIM • GPS Software Update Preferences 14 ****** Page 19 ****** AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Networks Settings Networks Network Selection SIM GPS Software Update Preferences Allow USB Modem to connect to the mobile network Enable international roaming 02019 All rights reserved. USB800 Settings AT&T The Networks page contains the following sections: • Allow USB Modem to connect to the mobile network — Allows you to turn ON/OFF cellular data to prevent all internet traffic from using the modem's data connection. Enable international roaming — Allows you to turn ON/OFF. Select Network Technology — Allows you to select the network technology from: UMTS/ HSPA+/LTE. Manual Network Selection €— On LTE/UMTS networks, use this feature to specify the network to use. 15 ****** Page 20 ****** SIM The SIM page provides settings and information about the modem's Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card. The SIM card inside your modem can be locked with a PIN code for additional security. If locked, the PIN code must be entered before the modem can connect to the Internet. The SIM page has the following sections: SIM Status Indicates the current status of the SIM card. Possible values include: Ready — This is the normal state. The SIM PIN is not used. PIN Locked — The SIM PIN must be entered before you can use the mobile network. PUK Locked — The PUK for the SIM must be entered in order to continue. The PUK can be obtained from your service provider. Unlocked —The SIM PIN is needed, but has already been entered. No SIM No SIM was detected. If you do have a SIM, check that it is inserted correctly. SIM Error A SIM was detected, but it did not respond as expected, and cannot be used. Change SIM PIN — Allows you to assign a new PIN. Turn on SIM PIN Lock — Indicates whether or not the PIN lock feature is in use. If ON, the PIN lock has been turned on, and the SIM PIN must be entered in order to connect to the mobile network. If OFF, the PIN lock feature is not turned on, and the SIM PIN is not required. Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Settings Networks SIM PIN SIM GPS Software Update Preferences For additional security. the SIM card inside your USB Maiem can be locked with a PIN code. When locked. the PIN code must entered before the USB Modem will connect to the internet. Status i SIM Ready SIM PIN 0 2019 All rights reserved. USB800 Settings – SI 16 Turn on SIM PIN Lc;x.k ****** Page 21 ****** GPS Clicking on GPS will take you to the GPS page where you can configure the GPS settings for your modem. To configure your modem GPS settings: O O Slide the Enable GPS button to ON to activate the USB800 location services and display the GPS Agreement. AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Settings Networks GPS Settings SIM GPS Software Update .,lll Preferences The GPS receiver can determine ycnn ctrrent kxation„ This loation can provided to ccnnected devices. Enable GPS 02019 All rights reserved: USB800 Settings – GPS AT&T To proceed, click Yes after reading and agreeing to the GPS Agreement. e AT&T Home Message Settings About Help inse Settings GPS Agreement By changing this USB Modern's GPS to ON, you allowing third party access to ltxatRY1 information through software you chose to install download, Location information will also available through peripheral you chcx:jse to attach to devices connected with this USB Modern through Web or Other n'*.ans. We you to c}'teck your computer connected Wi-Fi devices as turning on this furcti:mality co:uki pose certain risks to users Of this IJSB We makes no warranty CT guarantee Of accuracy, timeliness of any location data. prodw:t or service. Do you want to gYtxeed? USB800 Settings – GPS Agreement 17 x AT&T ****** Page 22 ****** O O 6 To turn GPS OFF when the modem restarts, set the Turn off GPS when the USB Modem restarts ON/OFF button ON. NMEA is a standard method of providing a GPS data stream in Windows and other computing platforms. To use NMEA over the LAN, turn on NMEA over LAN ON/OFF button ON. Click Download driver at the bottom of the page to download and install the drivers. Click Save Changes. AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Settings Networks GPS Settings SIM GPS Software Update AT&T Preferences The GPS receiver can determine your current location. This Iocaü)n can be provided to connected devices. Enable Turn off GPS when the USB Modem resta rts Enable NMEA over LAN Port number 11010 Save Changes Current Location Searching GPS Driver GPS data is provided by the USB Modem in the form of a National iMarine Electronics Association (NMEA) text stream. This GPS stream be used by many location-iNiented computer applications. You need to install a driver on your Windows computer. &iver 2019 All rights reserved. USB800 Settings – GPS Enable 18 ****** Page 23 ****** Software Update The Software Update page provides the following options: Current Software Displays current Software Version information. Check for Software Update — Displays last date checked for an update, update status, and the option to check for a new Software update. Last Software Update €— Displays date of last Software update. u AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Settings Networks Current Software Software Version SIM GPS Software Update Preferences IS L2.114013 MSDx20FAT.1.300.11 1 12019-0+14 Check for New Software Update Citæcked fcy UgOte Update Status Last Software Update No updates applied. C' 2019 All rights reserved. USB800 Settings – Software Update 19 AT&T for ugote ****** Page 24 ****** Preferences The Preferences page provides options to Turn off LEDs, Select operating system for the USB Modem from the available options displayed in the dropdown menu, or Restore Factory Defaults to the USB Modem. AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Settings Networks General Turn LEDs SIM GPS Software Update Save Chat"es Preferences S&ct cverating syste«n for USB W:xjetn Autcmatic Rest«ge …II AT&T 0 2019 All rights reserved. 20 ****** Page 25 ****** About The About page allows you to view detailed information about the modem internet status, modem specific information, diagnostics and troubleshooting logs. The About page contains the following sections: • Internet Status Internet Sessions Diagnostics Device Info Logs Internet Status The Internet Status page shows modem settings and status and contains the following sections: General • IPV4 e AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego About Internet Status General tet•work narne T'irne Transmitted IPv4 Internet Sessions Ready AT&T UMTS Diagnostics Device Info Logs AT&T OLO.O 000.0 0 2019 All rights reserved, About USB800 – Internet Status 21 ****** Page 26 ****** Status The Status section has the following settings: Status — The status of the Internet connection, usually Connected or Disconnected. Network name —The name of the network to which the modem is currently connected. Technology — The type of technology used to connect to the Internet. Roaming Indicates if the USB800 is currently using a roaming network. Time connected — How long the modem has been connected to the network. Received — The amount of data received from the network. Transmitted The total amount of data received from and sent to the network. IPv4 The IPv4 section has the following settings: IP Address — The IP address for the modem. Mask — The subnet mask network setting for the modem. The default value is standard for small (class "C") networks. If you change the LAN IP Address, ensure you use the correct Subnet Mask for the IP address range containing the LAN IP address. Gateway — The address of the server used to access the Internet. DNS —The address of the Domain Name Server (DNS). Internet Sessions To view Internet session connection history for the modem: Click Internet Sessions; the following message displays: AT&T Home Messages Setti ngs A E)0LJt Help inseego About Internet Status •nternet Sessions Export Internet Sessions Information Diagnostics Device Info …II AT&T I-cogs Note', The information should rot used to estimate dot,"' during your billing cycle, Sessions from 06/25/20 i 9 PM to PM Oat" & tirne data address w• 22 ****** Page 27 ****** Diagnostics The Diagnostics page shows information about the USB800 firmware and other system-level information. You can also view the system log. This page is used mostly for troubleshooting and is not required for normal operation. The Diagnostics page contains the following sections: Modem 4G LTE Network UMTS/HSPA Network — AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego About Internet Status Modem IMEISV FW Version Mobile Numtpr SIM qatus EM Versön Network Netwc* Signal Strength SNR Internet Sessions Diagnostics Device Info Logs SDx20FAT-1-30-o-11 1 12019-06-14 03:2522J Ready 0314103272099684447 Not Available tyoadband 2019 All rights reserved About USB800 – Diagnostics 111 AT&T The Modem section has the following options: Phone number (MDN) The Phone Number or Mobile Directory Number (MDN) is used by the mobile data network to identify this particular data service. IMEI — The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number for the USB800. IMEISV The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) combined with an approval number for the USB800. FW version — The modem firmware version. SIM status Status of the SIM card. If the SIM card is missing, or this field indicates some form of SIM error, the USB800 will not be able to connect to the mobile network. 23 ****** Page 28 ****** MIN (MSID) — The Mobile Identification Number (MIN) or Mobile Station ID (MSID) is the number associated with the home service provider and the wireless phone number. ESN — The Electronic Serial Number, which is either blank or a pseudo-ESN which is not guaranteed to be unique for modems that use an MEID. Home SID — System identifier for the home network. ERI version —The Enhanced Roaming Indicator version that is currently installed. PRL version — The version of the Preferred Roaming List (PRL), which tells the modem which non-home carrier towers should provide roaming coverage Device Info Device Info The Device Info page contains detailed information about the modem. The Info page contains the following sections: Manufacturer — The manufacturer of the USB800. Model Name — The model number or name of the USB800. Model Number The model number of the MC800. Hardware version — The current USB800 hardware version is 1 . Software version — The current USB800 software version is 1 S. Enabled OS version The current USB800 OS version is Modem FW version The current USB800 firmware version is AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego About Internet Status General Model Name Mitxf.el HMdware *'ftware version Software Com ponents Erntr«kied OS Mx;xJern firmware Internet Sessions 2.tt40.t3 Diagnostics t)evice Info Logs t t 12019-(h.u 2019 A" rights reserved. AT&T About USB800 – Device Info 24 ****** Page 29 ****** 4G LTE Network The 4G LTE Network section has the following options: Status — Status of the network (Disabled, Not available, or Available). Network operator — The vendor that currently provides wireless access. Signal strength — Indicates the signal strength for 4G LTE/UMTS/HSPA+ networks. SNR — A measure of signal quality; the higher the number the better the signal. Band — Band number being used in the 4G LTE and UMTS/HSPA+ networks. Roaming — Indicates if roaming is currently being used. UMTS/HSPA Network The GSM/UMTS/HSPA Network section has the following options: Status — Status of the network (Disabled, Not available, or Available). Network operator —u The vendor that currently provides wireless access. Technology The current technology in use for the 4G LTE/UMTS/HSPA+ networks. PLMN ID —The name and/or ID of the Public Land Mobile Network. Cell ID —The value identifies the cell tower currently in use. Indicates the RSSI for the UMTS/HSPA signal. RSSI is a measure of signal strength • RSSI in decibels, relative to one milliwatt. Roaming — Indicates if the current connection is a roaming connection. 25 ****** Page 30 ****** Logs The Troubleshooting Logs page allows you to turn logs ON/OFF, and to delete system logs. Logs record various operations and are used for troubleshooting and are not needed for normal modem operation. e AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Turn on Logs To turn on system logs: About Internet Status Log Settings Internet Sessions Diagnostics Device Info Logs are for troubleshooting, and are not needed fcy normal operation. Note; If the system is full, then the cAdest data is regardless of these settings. Turn After 3 days Save 0 2019 All @hts About USB800 Logs AT&T O Select the checkbox next to Turn on logs. O Click Save Changes. Turn Off Logs To turn off system logs: O Clear the checkbox next to Turn on logs. O Click Save Changes. Delete System Log To set the time interval used to delete a system log: O O O Select the checkbox next to Turn on logs. Select the appropriate time period for the deletion of system logs from the dropdown menu next to Delete system log. The choices are after 1 – 4 days. If the system log is full, then the oldest data is discarded, regardless of this setting. Click Save Changes. 26 ****** Page 31 ****** Help The Help page has the following options: FAQ — Contains links to answers for Frequently Asked Questions, as well as directions about the operation and use of the modem. Support Contains Quick Links and Self Service Support sections with links to the same options available in Account & Tools. AT&T Home Messages Settings About Help inseego Help FAQ Customer Support Your USB Modem Majel Narne Majel Numtktr Ycmr Wireless user Guide Customer Su pport Support Teleph«me – – lnternational AT&T Privacy Policy Unlock device MCOO use Modem 800 User Guide h ttp://a tt +1.314.925.6925 h ttpo'/www tt ,com./p rivacy 2019 All rights reserved, USB800 – Help Page 27 AT&T ****** Page 32 ****** Install a SIM Card Your USB800 comes with a SIM card pre-installed. Should you need to swap out your SIM, follow these instructions: To open the case and install the 4G SIM Card O Open the protective cover on the back of the modem by pressing gently on the cover with your thumb and sliding the door off. @ Insert the SIM Card with the contact points (typically gold-colored) facing toward the USB modem. Position the card with the notched corner as circled below and slide the card into the SIM slot O Gently push the SIM Card forward until the spring catches and the card remains securely in the slot. 28 ****** Page 33 ****** O Replace the back cover and snap into place. The SIM Card must remain in the wireless modem when in use. NOTE Should your SIM Card be lost or damaged, contact your wireless service provider to order a replacement SIM Card. You can also call 800.331.0500 or 61 1 from AT&T mobile phone to speak with a Customer Service Representative. For toll-free support outside of the U.S. call +1.314.925.6925 for 24/7 global support. A Subscriber Identity Module (SIM Card) is a "smartcard" that houses personal information, such as your mobile phone number, calling plan, account information, and content, such as contacts, text messages, and call history. 29 ****** Page 34 ****** Troubleshooting Overview Common Problems and Solutions Technical Support ****** Page 35 ****** Overview When properly installed, the USB800 is a highly reliable product. Most problems are caused by one of these issues: System resources required by the modem are being used by other devices. Network coverage is unavailable due to coverage area, an account problem, or a network problem. The following tips can help solve many common problems encountered while using the USB800. First Steps Make sure you are using the device in the correct geographic region. Be sure you have 4G Mobile Broadband and service with the USB800 in the U.S. Ensure that your wireless coverage extends to your current location. Ensure you have an active subscription plan. Restarting your device and your modem can resolve many issues. IMPORTANT Before contacting support, be sure to restart your device, and remove and reconnect your device. 31 ****** Page 36 ****** Common Problems and Solutions The following are some common problems and solutions. My device does not start when the device is inserted. I experience an error or a blank screen. When this happens, remove the device and restart the device. 32 ****** Page 37 ****** Technical Support Customer Service For Customer Service while in the U.S. or Canada, call 1.800.331.0500 or 61 1 from AT&T mobile phone. Data Technical Support For additional information and technical support for AT&T devices, visit 33 ****** Page 38 ****** 4 Product Specifications and Regulatory Information Product Specifications Regulatory Statements Wireless Communications Limited Warranty and Liability Safety Hazards ****** Page 39 ****** Product Specifications General Name: Model: Approvals: Weight: Dimensions: Chip Set: Interface Type: SIM: Technology/Bands Technology: Band Designation: Environmental Operating Temperature: Storage Temperature: Relative Humidity: Drop: Vibration Stability: USB800 MC800 FCC (North America); ISED (Canada); PTCRB 2.4 oz (68 g) 3.58"x 1.45"x 0.45" (91.1 x 37 x 11.4 mm) QUALCOMM@ SDX20 Fold-away, rotating USB 4FF LTE CAT 18, 480 Mbps LTE Max Throughput, Carrier Aggregation (5CC download CA), 2×2 MIMO, sGPS capable Bands: Bl /B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B12/B13/B 14/Bl 7/Bl 8/B20/B28/ B29/B30/B66 HSPA+/UMTS: Bl /B2/B4/B5/B8 -l OOC to 550C (140 F to 1130 F) -200 C to +650 C (-40 F to 1490 F) 5% to 90% over operating temperature 1 meter drop, no damage – fully operational 5 Hz to 500 Hz, 0.1 octave/second 35 ****** Page 40 ****** Regulatory Statements Federal Communications Commission Notice (FCC – United States) Electronic devices, including computers and wireless modems, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function and are therefore subject to FCC rules and regulations. This equipment has been tested to, and found to be within the acceptable limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada ICES-003: CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B). These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential environment. This equipment generates radio frequency energy and is designed for use in accordance with the manufacturer's user manual. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in any particular installation. If this equipment causes harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures. • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. • This device may not cause harmful interference. • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICE YOURSELF. SUCH ACTION MAY VOID THE WARRANTY. THE USB800 IS FACTORY TUNED. NO CUSTOMER CALIBRATION OR TUNING IS REQUIRED. CONTACT INSEEGO CORP. TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SERVICING YOUR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICE. FCC CAUTION: Any changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. MODIFICATIONS: The FCC requires that you be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Inseego Corp. may void your authority to operate the equipment. Avis de la commission fédérale des communications (FCC – États-Unis) Les appareils électroniques, y compris les ordinateurs et les modems sans fi l, générent de l'énergie RF en lien avec leur fonction prévue et sont donc soumis aux réglements de la FCC. L'équipement a été testé et s'est qualifi é l'intérieur des limites acceptables d'un appareil digital de Classe B conformément å l'article 15 du réglement de la FCC et la NMB-003 d'lndustrie Canada: CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB- 3(B). Ces limites sont conques pour fournir une protection raisonnable contre le brouillage préjudiciable lorsque l'équipement est utilisé dans un environnement résidentiel. L'équipement génére de l'énergie des fréquences radio et est conqu pour étre utilisé conformément au guide de l'utilisateur du fabricant. Toutefois, rien ne garantie qu'il n'y aura aucune interférence dans un endroit donné. Si l'équipement est la cause de brouillage préjudiciable de la réception d'une radio ou d'une 36 ****** Page 41 ****** télévision, ce qui peut étre déterminé en allumant et en étejgnant l'appareil, essayez de corriger le brouillage l'aide de l'une des mesures suivantes : Changer l'orientation ou la position de l'antenne de réception. Augmenter la distance entre l'équjpement et le récepteur. Contacter le détaillant ou un technicien radio ou de télévision. Cet appareil est conforme l'article 15 du réglement de la commission fédérale des communications (FCC). L'utilisation est soumise aux deux conditions suivantes : Cet appareil ne doit pas causer de brouillage préjudiciable. Cet appareil doit accepter l'interférence recue, y compris l'interférence qui pourrait causer une opération indésirée. MISE EN GARDE : NE PAS TENTER D'EFFECTUER L'ENTRETIEN DU DISPOSITIF DE COMMUNICATION SANS FIL VOUS-MÉME. UNE TELLE ACTION POURRAIT ANNULER LA GARANTIE. LE OVATION EST RÉGLÉ L'USINE. LE CLIENT N'A PAS LE CALIBRER OU LE RÉGLER. CONTACTER LE SOUTIEN TECHNIQUE DE NOVATEL WIRELESS TECHNICAL SUPPORT POUR DES RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR L'ENTRETIEN DU DISPOSITIF DE COMMUNICATION SANS FIL. MISE EN GARDE DE LA FCC : Les modifi cations qui ne sont pas approuvées expressément par la partie responsable de la conformité pourraient annuler le droit que l'utilisateur a d'exploiter cet équipement. MODIFICATIONS : La FCC exige que l'utilisateur soit averti que toute modifi cation faite å cet appareil, sans l'approbation expresse de Novatel Wireless, Inc., pourrait annuler son droit d'utiliser cet équipement. Rensejgnements sur l'exposjtion aux fréquences radio et le débit d'absorptjon spécifi que (DAS) Le DAS de ce produit a été évalué et il respecte les directives de la FCC concernant l'exposition aux ondes radioélectriques. RF Exposure/Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Information This product has been evaluated for SAR and meets the FCC Guidelines for exposure to radio waves. Equipment Authorization FCC ID: PKRlSGMC800, ISED IC ID: 3229A-MC800 PN: USB800 Your wireless modem is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the exposure limits for radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ofthe U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure standard for wireless devices including mobile USB Modems and wireless modems uses a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions reviewed by the FCC with the device under test transmitting at its highest certified power level in all frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the USB modem while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the USB modem is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before this device is made available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations as required by the FCC for each model. 37 ****** Page 42 ****** CAUTION This USB modem is approved for use in normal-size laptop computers only. To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, this modem should not be used in configurations that cannot maintain at least 5 mm from users and bystanders. For example, this modem should not be used in certain laptop and tablet computers and configurations where the USB connectors are unable to provide or ensure the necessary separation is available between the modem and its users to satisfy compliance. N' iWar' Please ensure that the modem is positioned as indicated in the illustrations to maintain SAR compliance and for proper performance. This modem has been designed and tested to meet SAR compliance as outlined by the FCC. Ifthe modem is connected to USB ports other than those shown above please ensure the device maintains a separation distance of at least 5 mm. NOTE: The Modem USB800 is not a handheld device. D d'autorisation du matériel de la FCC ID: PKRlSGMC800, ISED ID : 3229A-Mc800 PN : USB800 Le modem sans fi I est un émetteur et receveur radio. II est conqu et fabriqué pour ne pas dépasser les limites d'expositions å l'énergie des fréquences radio (RF) émises par la commission fédérale des communications (FCC) du gouvernement des États-Unis. Ces limites font partie de directives completes et constituent les niveaux d'énergie RF permis pour l'ensemble de la population. Les directives sont fondées sur des normes mises au point par des organisations scientifi ques indépendantes å l'aide de périodiques et de l'évaluation rigoureuse d'études scientifi ques. Les normes comprennent une marge de sécurité substantielle conque pour assurer la sécurité de la population, peu importe l'åge et l'état de santé. Les normes sur l'exposjtion des appareils sans fi l, comprenant les modems USB mobiles et les modems sans fi l, utilisent une unité de mesure appelée « débit d'absorption spécifi que » ou « DAS ». Les tests pour le DAS sont faits l'aide de positions d'utiljsation habituelles étudiées par la FCC quand l'appareil testé émet å sa puissance certifi ée maximale sur toutes les bandes de fréquence. Méme si le DAS est déterminé å la puissance certifi ée maximale, le niveau du DAS du modem USB en marche peut étre largement inférieur la valeur maximale. Une telle chose se produit parce que le modem USB est conqu pour fonctionner å différentes puissances afi n de n'utiliser que la puissance nécessaire pour rejoindre le réseau. En général, plus l'utilisateur est prés de la station de base sans fi l, moins la puissance est grande. Avant que l'appareil soit rendu disponible pour le grand public, il doit étre testé et la FCC doit recevoir une certifi cation attestant qu'il ne dépasse pas la limite établie par la prescription sur l'exposition sans danger adoptée par le gouvernement. Les tests sont conduits aux positions et aux endroits requis par la FCC pour chaque modéle. MISE EN GARDE : Ce modem USB est approuvé pour une utilisation avec un ordinateur portable de taille normale seulement. Pour étre conforme aux exigences sur l'exposition aux fréquences radio de la FCC, ce modem ne devrait pas étre utilisé si sa position ne lui permet pas de le maintenir au moins 5 mm des utilisateurs ou des passants. Par exemple, ce modem ne devrait pas étre utilisé avec certains ordinateurs portables et tablettes électroniques dont les connecteurs USB ne peuvent fournir la distance nécessaire entre le modem et son utilisateur pour assurer la conformité. 38 ****** Page 43 ****** Bien vouloir s'assurer que le modem est positionné comme indiqué dans les photos pour maintenir la conformité au DAS et pour jouir de l'effi cacité maximale. Ce modem a été conqu et testé conformément au DAS indiqué dans les directives de la FCC. Si le modem est connecté un port USB différent de ceux décrits ci-dessus, bien vouloir s'assurer que l'appareil demeure å une distance d'au moins 5 mm. 39 ****** Page 44 ****** Wireless Communications IMPORTANT Due to the transmission and reception properties of wireless communications, data occasionally can be lost or delayed. This can be due to the variation in radio signal strength that results from changes in the characteristics of the radio transmission path. Although data loss is rare, the environment where you operate the modem might adversely affect communications. Variations in radio signal strength are referred to as fading. Fading is caused by several different factors including signal reflection, the ionosphere, and interference from other radio channels. AT&T or its partners will not be held responsible for damages of any kind resulting from the delays or errors in data transmitted or received with the USB800, or failure of the USB800 to transmit or receive such data. Limited Warranty and Liability Inseego Corp. warrants for the 12-month period immediately following receipt of the Product by Purchaser that the Product will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use. THESE WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. The exclusive remedy for a claim under this warranty shall be limited to the repair or replacement, at Inseego's option, of defective or non-conforming materials, parts or components. The foregoing warranties do not extend to (l) non conformities, defects or errors in the Products due to accident, abuse, misuse or negligent use of the Products or use in other than a normal and customary manner, environmental conditions not conforming to Inseego's specification, of failure to follow prescribed installation, operating and maintenance procedures, (II) defects, errors or nonconformity's in the Product due to modifications, alterations, additions or changes not made in accordance with Inseego's specifications or authorized by Inseego, (Ill) normal wear and tear, (IV) damage caused by force of nature or act of any third person, (V) shipping damage, (VI) service or repair of Product by the purchaser without prior written consent from Inseego, (VII) products designated by Inseego as beta site test samples, experimental, developmental, reproduction, sample, incomplete or out of specification Products, or (VIII) returned products if the original identification marks have been removed or altered. 40 ****** Page 45 ****** 5 Glossary ****** Page 46 ****** Glossary 0 3G —Third Generation. 3G refers to the third generation of mobile telephony technology. 0 4G LTE — One of several competing 4G standards. LTE (Long-Term Evolution) is a standard of wireless communication of high-speed data for mobil phones and data terminals: O APN — Access Point Name. The APN is an alphanumeric string that identifies the particular network service that is being accessed. These are used by GPRS and UMTS networks. O Broadband High-capacity high-speed, transmission channel with a wider bandwidth than conventional modem lines. Broadband channels can carry video, voice, and data simultaneously. O CDMA Code Division Multiple Access. It js the underlying channel access method used by some mobile phone standards. O DNS Domain Name System. A system for converting host names and domain names into IP addresses on the Internet or on local networks that use the TCP/IP protocol. O ESN — Electronic Serial Number. A unique 32-bit number embedded in a wireless device that identifies the device. O Firewall — A hardware or software boundary that protects a network or single computer from unwanted outside traffic. O Firmware — A computer program embedded in an electronic device. Firmware usually contains operating code for the device. O Gateway A network point that acts as an entrance to another network that uses a different protocol. O GPRS — General Packet Radio Services. A system used by GSM mobile phones for transmitting IP packets. It also provides support for WCDMA based 3G networks. O GPS — Global Positioning System. A radio-based navigation system that allows users to determine their location. The device uses satellite data to calculate its position. Commonly used in mapping and navigation systems. O HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol. An application-level protocol for accessing the World Wide Web over the Internet. O ICCID Integrated Circuit Card IDentification. A serial number stored in and engraved or printed on a SIM card that internationally identifies the card. O IP Internet Protocol. The mechanism by which packets are routed between computers on a network. O IP address Internet Protocol address. The address of a device attached to an IP network (TCP/IP network). O LAN Local Area Network. A type of network that lets a group of computers, all in close proximity (such as inside an office building), communicate with one another. It does not use common carrier circuits though it can have gateways or bridges to other public or private networks. 42 ****** Page 47 ****** O LTE Long Term Evolution. A set of enhancements to UMTS (moving toward 4G) that will provide high throughput, low latency, plug and play and seamless connection to existing networks such as GSM, cdmaOne, etc. O MEID — Mobile Equipment IDentifier. A globally unique number for a physical piece of mobile station equipment. O MSID Mobile Station IDentjfier. A number for a mobile phone that identifies that phone to the network. These numbers are carrier specific. O Network Technology —The technology on which a particular network provider's system is built; such as GSM, HSPA, CDMA, EDGE, and EVDO. O Port — A virtual data connection used by programs to exchange data. It is the endpoint jn a logical connection. The port is specified by the port number. O PUK code (Pin Unlock Key) —A PUK is required when you enter an incorrect PIN 3 times. After entering the wrong PIN 3 times, the SIM card is disabled. O RevA CDMA EV-DO Rev. A js a leading-edge wireless technology with higher data rates and higher system capacity. It is a fully backward compatible standard and remains interoperable with deployed EV-DO networks and devices around the world. The increased data rates on Rev. A's physical layer enable richer applications and services. For more information, visit O SIM — Subscriber Identification Module. A SIM is a card containing identification information for the subscriber and their account. The SIM card can be moved to different devices. O SMS — Short Message Service. A service for sending short messages of up to 160 (224 in 5-bit mode) characters to mobile devices. SMS is also known as text messaging. O Ul — User Interface. The part of a software application or hardware device that a user sees and interacts with. O USB Universal Serial Bus. A connection type for computing device peripherals such as a printer, mobile modem, etc. USB connectors may be used for data transfer or charging. O USB Port Types —The USB ports on computers and hubs have a rectangular Type A socket, and peripheral devices have a cable with a Type A plug. Peripherals that do not have an attached cable have a square Type B socket on the device and a separate cable with a Type A and Type B plug. Ports and connectors are available in different sizes (for example, standard, mini, and micro). O WCDMA — Wideband Code-Division Multiple Access. A 3G mobile wireless technology that promises much higher data speeds to mobile and portable wireless devices. Another name for UMTS. 43








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