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Gigabit LTE (Advanced Pro) in Several Routers and 1 Add-On Modem CardAlan Spicer Marine Telecom Blog | Alan Spicer Marine Telecom Blog
These are available now. And are supposedly future upgradable to 5G as that rolls out. You can't change the built-in modem but these routers come with an MC-400 modem slot for future upgradability by purchasing these modems. LTE User CAT 18 (3GPP Release 13) - 1.2Gbps Max DL Rate - 2 x 2, 4 x 4, 8 x 8 MIMO. Modem has 4 ports for 4 X 4 MIMO. (To do that on a marine vessel [or any vehicle] you need 4 topside antennas or an antenna with 4 discrete elements with their own coax downlead.)(Note: LAA may not be as obscure as they are leading us to believe. It's in the Qualcomm chipset, in the Telit card ... hard to believe they did that just for AT&T.)"That peak 1Gbps speed, however, is only available in the "parts of 31 cities" that have AT&T's obscure LTE-LAA network, with "more than 400" 5G Evolution markets peaking at a lower speed of 400Mbps. Small businesses with basic connectivity needs may be able to rely on 400Mbps for everything they need today, but multiple concurrent