Modem for Comrex Codecs


£380.00 Price excludes VAT

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The Connect Modem is designed to support the unique needs of broadcasters. An industrial-grade 4G/LTE modem outfitted with a high-gain antenna, the Connect Modem is more powerful than most USB data modems available on the market, equipped to handle the heavy data load of a broadcast over IP.

Compatible with ACCESS 2USB, NX Portable, Rackmount, Multirack, NX Rackmount, BRIC-Link II or BRIC-Link III. (SIM and Data Plan not included.)


  • Industrial-grade (for broadcast)
  • High-gain antenna
  • Unlocked (choose your provider)
  • Carrier-approved
  • PTCRB certified
  • Compatible with most ACCESS IP audio codecs
  • Can be used with BRIC-Link II/III when using HotSwap mode
  • Mounting options for ACCESS 2USB/NX portable IP audio codecs

Leverage Two Connect Modems

Leverage the power of two Comrex Connect Modems with your ACCESS codecs for twice the reliability. CrossLock technology, our sophisticated custom reliability layer, bonds the available cellular networks and sends a single media stream, along with background and error correction information, resulting in a higher level of reliability for remotes.

Mounting Brackets

There are four custom hardware bracket mounts available to securely attach Comrex Connect Modems to ACCESS NX Portable or 2USB Portable. Two are designed for use with the ACCESS NX Portable chassis and two are designed for use with ACCESS 2USB Portable.

The bracket mount options for ACCESS NX Portable are a Single Bracket with one pouch to accommodate one modem or a Dual Bracket with two pouches to accommodate two modems.

The bracket mount options for ACCESS 2USB Portable are a Standard Bracket with one pouch to accommodate one modem or an EXT Bracket with pouch to add a second modem. Both are designed to attach to the back of the ACCESS 2USB. Both are required to use two modems.

Studio units (ACCESS Rack, NX Rack, MultiRack, and BRIC-Link II/III) don’t require any mounting hardware – simply plug your modem into the USB port.