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  • Level 12  
    Hello
    Looking for the best LTE router. It should aggregate 3 bands as well as it would support nimo 4x4 and modem at least cat 9 ...
    what would you recommend, budget not limited ...
  • Level 34  
    There is not too much choice - Huawei B715.

    And if the budget unlimited then maybe Huawei E5788?
  • Level 12  
    it is to be a stationary router

    and
    Huawei B618 B618s-22d?
    is better at present?
  • Level 15  
    sebapulawy wrote:
    it is to be a stationary router

    and
    Huawei B618 B618s-22d?
    is better at present?
    B618 is a better choice, B715 is a popular modem-router because of the "poor offer" DIL in RBM (aggregates LTE2100MHz band, which in the case of Play in many locations increases this network usability).
  • Level 12  
    that is, the router that can aggregate more than 2 frequencies is B715? I need a router that can connect the antenna and has a lan port
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    And in what network do you want to use the aggregation of three LTE bands?
  • Level 12  
    Generally, I have Play and Orange
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    On the B715 it does not aggregate LTE2600 + 2100 +1800 and LTE2600 + 2100 + 800, with aggregates LTE2600 + 1800 + 800 and LTE2100 + 1800 + 800, two LTE networks aggregates in all combinations. In Play, you have access to all 4 bands and in Orange up to 3 LTE bands? B618 does not aggregate LTE2600 + 2100, it has 4 internal antennas for MIMO4x4 but only two connectors for external antennas.
  • Level 12  
    what to take B715 or B618?
  • Level 15  
    sebapulawy wrote:
    what to take B715 or B618?
    If the modem-router is to work only with the Play network, it can be B715, if it is to be used with W3 offers it is definitely B618 (once LTE2100MHz works mainly on P4 transmitters, W3 is a rarity, but most of all B715 does not support QAM 256 modulation, which all operators will gradually implement and which increases data transfer by 33%) http://www.komputerswiat.pl/artykuly/partners.../11/internet-lte-przyspiesza-do-500-mb-s.aspx
  • Level 12  
    Modulation modulation ... and a clogged transmitter is still a problem ...
    B618 aggregates 2 frequencies and B517 3?
    is there a router that aggregates at least 3 supports 256-QAM mods and 4x4?
    I have 618 but I need 2 router
    I have an orange and an antennae call I have such an RSRQ signal: -11dB
    RSRP: -89dBm
    SINR: 2dB
    of course the router works with aggregation ...
    on the same mast is also play which has all frequencies.
    That's why I am so careful because in my area there are only a few and one radio operator that offers 10/2 transfer ...
    orange also walks 16/8 in the morning and in the evening 50/15 ...

    Added after 3 [hours] 36 [minutes]:

    Netgear Nighthawk M1 does this meet the above requirements?
  • Level 34  
    sebapulawy wrote:
    ... is it currently a router that aggregates at least 3 supports 256-QAM mods and despite 4x4? ...


    No, because exchanged as 4CA Netgear Nighthawk M1 does NOT support LTE800 and the specification does not have 4CA at all:

    https://www.4gltemall.com/netgear-nighthawk-m1-mr1100.html

    https://www.4gltemall.com/downloads/dl/file/i...4gx_gigabit_lte_mobile_router_user_manual.pdf

    And little is known about the Huawei B818: https://www.4gltemall.com/huawei-b818-lte-cat19-gigabit-cpe.html