Hello, I would like to post the model names of all LTE routers with bandwidth aggregation under this post. greetings
PS I will compare all models, I've done a list of about 8 routers before, but the electrode told me to log in again and the post was gone. They can be up to 5G router, etc. It is important that the router is on the SIM card and has the function of aggregating bands
Well, it's B818, B525, E5785, E5787 or DWR960, MF971, M7650, M7450, Y901, Y900. It's all thrown into one sack without any division into stationary, mobile and external LTE access points. And of course, without the division into LTE categories.
Huawei B525 LTE CAT.6: download max 300Mbps, send max 50Mbps, has 3 LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 LAN / WAN Gigabit Ethernet port, WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz, one USB 2.0, RJ 11 socket, the ability to connect 2 external antennas, LTE: 800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz
Huawei B715 LTE CAT. 9: download max 450Mbps, send max. 50Mbps, has 3 LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 LAN / WAN Gigabit Ethernet port, WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz, one USB 2.0, RJ 11 socket, 2 external antennas, no frequency. Huawei should make some website with parameters ...
D-Link DWR 966 LTE CAT.6: download max 300Mbps, send max 50Mbps, has 4 LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports, WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz, two USB 2.0, RJ 11 socket (NOT HAVE SPECIFICATION ERROR ON THE MANUFACTER'S SITE), possibility to connect 2 external antennas, LTE FDD 2600/1800/900/800 MHz
ODU IDU 300 LTE CAT.6: download max 300Mbps, send max 50Mbps, has 4 LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports, WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz, LTE FDD 800/900/1800/2600
Asus 4G-AC68U LTE CAT.6: download max 300Mbps, send max 50Mbps, has 4 Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, 1 Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz, the ability to connect 2 external antennas, LTE FDD 800/900/1800 / 2600
Some time ago the Netgear Nighthawk M2 device has a built-in Snapdragon X24 is the only device on the market that supports 5G? It doesn't actually support, the router has LTE cat 20 but 5G doesn't. But his brother Netgear Nighthawk M5000 has 5G, the router can boast of Snapdragon X50. But why doesn't it have X55? People who know the specifications of previous devices well will notice why this is so At https://www.4gltemall.com we can see what devices support 5G talking about telephones, routers, etc. ... A new thread similar to this will soon be created
Who has overloaded has it, I do not complain, I have a permanent connection of about 200Mb / s Play, at night 250-300Mb / s, in Orange it's worse because only about 80-150Mb / s. Plus for me as standard, i.e. 5-20Mbps. Of course, in Play and Orange I use equipment with 4 CC CA and QAM256, i.e. ZTE WF860, it is an external LTE access point with a 12 kat LTE modem, aggregates 4 bands in mIMO2x2 with QAM256 or two bands in MIMO4x4.
You spent a lot of money on equipment and you had to know that there would be no blockage because most subscribers get a funnel. For me, the first blockade appeared after winding at least 300GB. Now I don't have a chance for more than 100. Fortunately, I have fiber optics in the street and somehow I will reach the end of the contract.
Plus, I have to test and for eggs, 100GB basic package for 30 PLN, LTE endlessly with about 200GB funnel 0.5Mbps. Plus for me is the last choice internet. I have enough equipment for me, this wf860 is equipment not available in Poland or Europe, the successor of wf830 offered on Play. I have it thanks to my colleagues from ZTE Polska
what we after such powerful routers as our networks are so overloaded ....
At night they are very useful, operators have an offer of happy hours. Not every hour the network is overloaded
After buying a new router, uploading alternative firmware and aggregating links, my happiness was great, but only 2 weeks because after that time I fell on the black list and got a funnel
Unfortunately this is the case, there is no internet without a real limit. He was in t-mobile but the operator did not make very heavy loads of bts. The offer lasted only two years, I'm curious what will happen with my contract, I got on the internet without real limits up to 60Mbps. Theoretically, it should automatically extend
My first contract with a plus lasted two years later for a year I didn't sign a new one and I could leave it like that. I agreed to sign a new one because I got a much cheaper subscription. During the second contract I moved to another city and I have good alternatives here.