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too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose
too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose
too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose
too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose
too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose
too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose

too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose

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What is too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose?


      Requires Nano SIM card too faced palette from carrier and activation of compatible BYOD (Bring Your own too faced palette Device) data plan that meets too faced palette your data needsWe bought this router to too faced palette have cellular wifi during too faced palette our RV trips. We too faced palette got the data-only 100GB plan with AT&T, but they too faced palette didn't too faced palette sell too faced palette the too faced palette router too faced palette anymore too faced palette , all stores were out of too faced palette it, so too faced palette we had to order on Amazon. But I too faced palette didn't know that too faced palette if we ordered direct from Netgear they had one too faced palette listed that too faced palette was specifically for AT&T, that might have been the better option. So.... when too faced palette it kept too faced palette on failing too faced palette to too faced palette connect to the internet (we had AT&T signal bars, the SIM we got from them too faced palette did too faced palette function, too faced palette but not for data, too faced palette it too faced palette seemed) We spent countless hours of our vacation on the too faced palette line with tech support, too faced palette and too faced palette visiting the AT&T store. too faced palette After initiating the item's return, I called NetGear tech support and got more help, too faced palette but still they said the APN too faced palette and SIM weren't connecting, too faced palette so I needed to get back with AT&T. Been there, too faced palette done that, very long and too faced palette painful too faced palette experiences.So... I read and searched all over the place. too faced palette The one thing too faced palette that too faced palette changed for me was an too faced palette article on a site called DataGo, too faced palette a very too faced palette long read, too faced palette but many pages too faced palette down it too faced palette said the APN should be named "phone", or "broadband", and a couple other settings there which too faced palette totally depended too faced palette on your device. too faced palette Since we had data-only too faced palette plan, I added a new APN called broadband, and had to select this one to be active instead too faced palette of too faced palette the bogus one I too faced palette had created earlier. Had no idea what I was doing the first too faced palette time, so too faced palette had too faced palette just named too faced palette it too faced palette whatever. Still too faced palette don't too faced palette know too faced palette much too faced palette about this but OMG it did work. too faced palette Still too faced palette struggling (and too faced palette I am too faced palette a retired IT professional, too faced palette out-of-date somewhat, too faced palette but still did better myself w/trial&error than too faced palette the tech help I found!)We've too faced palette been using Dish too faced palette portable satellite dish too faced palette for RV television, and just too faced palette can't deal with the hassle any more, so too faced palette at least now we're streaming TV and other niceties. Hope too faced palette it keeps improving. too faced palette Good too faced palette luck!I too faced palette use this in too faced palette my office as my primary ISP with speeds too faced palette of 20-30 mbps and unlimited data. It is too faced palette connected to my network via a 24 port switch. This cannot be done right out of the box, in too faced palette spite of what too faced palette the manuals and too faced palette Netgear too faced palette say. Here is too faced palette what too faced palette I learned so far: 1) AT&T data plan too faced palette is a must, too faced palette 2) The too faced palette Ethernet functionality too faced palette is limited, 3) VOIP phones will only too faced palette work too faced palette with the too faced palette M1 in too faced palette passthrough/modem too faced palette mode with a router. too faced palette (You cannot disable SIS too faced palette ALG). The wifi speeds are slow. For too faced palette connecting multiple devices, I recommend a separate router for wifi & Ethernet. There are a too faced palette few other settings that need to be configured for best results but once too faced palette you dial it in, it's a too faced palette great product.Download speeds up to 1Gbps. too faced palette Speeds may vary by service and proximity to nearest too faced palette cell towerI installed this with an too faced palette AT&T too faced palette data-only SIM at a customer's very too faced palette rural location, too faced palette since the Netgear LM-1200 too faced palette I tried initially didn't support cellular too faced palette band locking. I came upon this discovery when the LM-1200, at a much too faced palette more too faced palette modest $110, too faced palette kept dropping the LTE signal from the tower too faced palette about 2 miles away (through dense too faced palette woods) and the too faced palette Netgear Nighthawk too faced palette M1 seemed like my only choice that supported band locking and that didn't cost upwards of too faced palette $700.The too faced palette M1 has a built too faced palette in battery which too faced palette serves the purpose of a mini uninterruptible power supply, too faced palette which is nice, and too faced palette an advantage over the too faced palette LM-1200. too faced palette It also too faced palette serves as a WiFi gateway but the range, as you might imagine, is pretty uninspiring since it has no external too faced palette WiFi too faced palette antennas or too faced palette ports for those antennas. It does, however, support cellular antennas by too faced palette way of two TS9 connectors on the rear of the unit--this was another requirement I too faced palette had, and something too faced palette the T-Mobile Nokia too faced palette gateway I tried initially didn't too faced palette support without a good deal of too faced palette disassembly and nonsense.So, overall, it serves its purpose and seems too faced palette to have a too faced palette good too faced palette LTE too faced palette radio (can't comment on its too faced palette 5G performance too faced palette since too faced palette the too faced palette tower doesn't too faced palette support 5G), but too faced palette it seems wildly expensive at almost $400. too faced palette 5G modems in general seem expensive, maybe just too faced palette owing to their complexity over 4G, or too faced palette the supply too faced palette chain, too faced palette or Covid, or whatever the latest excuse is, but if too faced palette you want too faced palette a solid too faced palette 4G modem, buy this.Share WiFi internet access with up to 20 devices5040mAH rechargeable battery powers all too faced palette day continuous use and allows easy charging of too faced palette other USB too faced palette devicesLarge 2.4 inch LCD screen provides data usage monitoring, mobile signal too faced palette strength, and too faced palette network too faced palette management informationUnlocked too faced palette to accept all SIM too faced palette cards (excluding Sprint legacy too faced palette network); works best too faced palette on AT&T and T-Mobile. Please check with preferred carrier too faced palette on data plan details and too faced palette limitations***Long write too faced palette up about too faced palette this antenna and it's testing***I have had this antenna for about a week now and here is what I have experienced.First off lets talk about antennas, too faced palette to too faced palette get those big dBi numbers too faced palette you have to do a couple too faced palette of too faced palette things, (1) Stack too faced palette multiple antennas into an array for too faced palette big gain, that's too faced palette why too faced palette cell site antennas are so big (2 to 8 too faced palette feet in length). too faced palette (2) Increase the depth of the antenna by adding too faced palette signal directors in too faced palette front of the active antenna element and a reflector too faced palette element too faced palette behind too faced palette the active too faced palette element (Yagi antenna) to get high dBi gain numbers.The problem with too faced palette those antennas they are really too faced palette big and hard to manage when too faced palette people want something portable. too faced palette They are great too faced palette for a fixed/bolt it to the outside of your too faced palette home antenna with thick low loss antenna coax too faced palette going to too faced palette your hotspot too faced palette and too faced palette they too faced palette do work too faced palette very too faced palette well.The Netgear MIMO too faced palette antenna here too faced palette is too faced palette a portable somewhat easy to too faced palette use antenna with an average of about too faced palette 2 to too faced palette 3 dbi of gain for its too faced palette size. Considering too faced palette the antennas inside too faced palette most LTE hotspots have no dBi gain, but they also have no too faced palette cable losses to deal with either.This is a very sturdy antenna just too faced palette not sure how well the heavy plastic will too faced palette hold up in extreme heat and too faced palette direct sun. The suction cups work well for the antenna and I like the fact that too faced palette I can use suction cups from too faced palette the too faced palette hobby/office too faced palette stores when too faced palette these no long hold. The antenna too faced palette cable too faced palette for too faced palette the antenna is of good quality with too faced palette excellent TS-9 push on connectors, most too faced palette aftermarket too faced palette TS-9 connectors can be little stiff to connect to the too faced palette hotspots. too faced palette The cable lenght is too faced palette a little too faced palette shorter then I like (1meter) but what too faced palette I too faced palette have found the too faced palette cable is long enough too faced palette to too faced palette reach a table too faced palette near most of the too faced palette windows I have tried. I'm not a too faced palette fan of leaving my hotspot in the windows sill as I have too faced palette had times during the summer too faced palette months it too faced palette will overheat and too faced palette turn off. This antenna too faced palette will help with that too faced palette by too faced palette getting the hotspot out of the sun.How well too faced palette does the antenna improvement my internet too faced palette experience, first there are LOTS of things that too faced palette can too faced palette impact your LTE data service and here is too faced palette a small list that too faced palette can impact your data too faced palette speeds. (Data speeds will vary greatly per area based on signal level too faced palette RSRP, quality RSRQ, multiple too faced palette tower pollution, distance from the cell tower, how many users using the tower, how many bands are available, too faced palette how too faced palette much bandwidth too faced palette each R.F. too faced palette carrier has, carrier aggregation, too faced palette MIMO capability, too faced palette QAM too faced palette capability, back haul from the cell tower, too faced palette what your hotspot can support and other various too faced palette items)Now for the performance of too faced palette the antenna itself, as I explained too faced palette about antennas with too faced palette their too faced palette high too faced palette gains too faced palette and too faced palette as others have stated too faced palette in their reviews too faced palette here this antenna is too faced palette NOT going to make too faced palette your signal bars jump from 0 to 5 bars when the too faced palette hotspot is too faced palette in the same location as the too faced palette antenna and you have to have too faced palette some detectable signal to make some improvement. What I have too faced palette seen on average is about too faced palette 4 to 10 dbm improvement in RSRP depending on the frequency band the too faced palette hotspot is attached too faced palette too, for example too faced palette on too faced palette T-mobile my too faced palette area has band too faced palette 2, too faced palette 4 & too faced palette 12. too faced palette On band 2 there too faced palette is a 6 too faced palette to 8dbm improvement. Band 4 about 4 to 6dbm and Band 12 about 8 to 10dbm too faced palette improvement, but the big improvement was on data speeds. Most of the T-mobile towers I tested had too faced palette a 20mhz wide carrier on band 4, those towers too faced palette with an RSRP too faced palette of too faced palette -90dbm with the antenna I saw about too faced palette speeds around 60 to 85 mbps, without the antenna too faced palette and the hotspot placed in too faced palette the same location too faced palette as too faced palette the antenna RSRP too faced palette of too faced palette -96dbm with data speeds around 20 too faced palette to 40 mbps. Testing was done in the too faced palette early morning hours to have too faced palette the too faced palette least amount of users on the too faced palette tower. Now the towers with bands too faced palette 2 & 12 were too faced palette hard to tests as I had to move too faced palette closer or further away to force thee hotspot pick the too faced palette other too faced palette band as too faced palette the primary server, for example too faced palette band too faced palette 12 too faced palette in too faced palette my area too faced palette for T-mobile is only a 5mhz wide carrier so it won't pass data as fast as the 20mhz carrier will, but some too faced palette data is better then no data for me. Now the other too faced palette T-mobile tower tested has band 2, 4 & 12 in it with the Netgear antenna attached with an too faced palette RSRP of -70dbm I saw data speed tests well over 100 mbps and too faced palette without the antenna I too faced palette didn't see too faced palette as much of a too faced palette speed drop as too faced palette I expected. This could be too faced palette that I too faced palette was very close to the tower too faced palette and the internal antennas of the hotspot was providing too faced palette more than enough for the tower to provide the maximum data resources too faced palette it had too faced palette available.I too faced palette also performed similar tests on AT&T's network detecting bands 2,4,5,12 & 30. too faced palette Data speed too faced palette testing varied widely, for example the one test tower has bands 2,12&30. The hotspot would lock onto band 2 too faced palette without the too faced palette antenna at -100dbm too faced palette and fluctuate up and down a too faced palette few dbm. When I attached the antenna the RSRP was -92dbm, plus it greatly too faced palette reduced too faced palette the fluctuating too faced palette signal, I too faced palette also noticed too faced palette that at times too faced palette with too faced palette the too faced palette antenna attached too faced palette the too faced palette hotspot too faced palette would switch over to band 30, which too faced palette I was never able to get the hotspot to attach too too faced palette without the antenna. When the hotspot was attached to band 30 too faced palette RSRP was around too faced palette -108dbm I would see average too faced palette speed tests around 75 mbps, but the speeds would fluctuate up too faced palette and down during the tests so the averages were all over the place, too faced palette but 75 too faced palette mbps was the too faced palette average. I think the fluctuating too faced palette speed was carrier aggregation adding and too faced palette removing the too faced palette weaker too faced palette bands during too faced palette the tests.As for Sprint too faced palette I too faced palette was only able to test one too faced palette of too faced palette their sites as my area too faced palette doesn't too faced palette have too faced palette a lot the band 41 towers, so I had to travel to too faced palette an area that had them. The tower I tested had band 25, 26 & 41. The test phone showed there too faced palette are 3 carriers of band 41, too faced palette but my old Netgear Fuse does too faced palette not too faced palette support too faced palette carrier aggregation, so I too faced palette can only test too faced palette one band at a time too faced palette and I only too faced palette tested band 41 with too faced palette the antenna. I found that too faced palette I could only get about a 3dbm too faced palette improvement in RSRP on band 41 with the antenna, it's not much but it too faced palette did improve the data rates. too faced palette With too faced palette the antenna RSRP was too faced palette -108dbm I saw an average of 45 mbps without the too faced palette antenna it dropped to too faced palette about too faced palette 12 mbps.One last test for those too faced palette that are too faced palette do not completely understand MIMO (Multiple too faced palette In too faced palette Multiple Out antennas) too faced palette The too faced palette Netgear antenna is too faced palette 2X MIMO antenna too faced palette that's why it has 2 too faced palette cable connections. The Hotspots also have 2 too faced palette internal antennas and when too faced palette you connect to the external too faced palette antenna those internal antenna turn off (according to Netgear) so I wanted too faced palette to too faced palette see what would happen if I too faced palette only used one of too faced palette the antenna cables and not the too faced palette other. I then wrapped my hotspot in aluminum too faced palette foil to unscientifically disable the internal antenna and only use one antenna. The signal results did not change too faced palette much, too faced palette but I did see the RSRP fluctuate too faced palette around more with just the single antenna. The data too faced palette speed too faced palette tests is too faced palette where too faced palette things changed, with the too faced palette Netgear too faced palette antenna attached too faced palette in MIMO (both cables attached) on T-mobile too faced palette band 4 I would get an average of about 60 to too faced palette 85 mbps. Now in SISO (one antenna used too faced palette at the hotspot) I would too faced palette average too faced palette about 28 to 32 mbps. From my too faced palette testing I could clearly see the too faced palette benefits of MIMO. Once I too faced palette get the Netgear MR1000 that has built-in 4X MIMO and 256 QAM then too faced palette I too faced palette can see what the data speeds would too faced palette be for that hotspot using too faced palette just the 4 internal antennas in the hotspot.Also for too faced palette those that use boosters like Weboost and SureCall they make fine too faced palette products, too faced palette but too faced palette just remember boosters don't support Sprint's too faced palette band 26 too faced palette & 41. Along too faced palette with AT&T's band 29 & 30. They too faced palette also don't too faced palette support MIMO. This antenna supports all of these bands so if your tower has these bands and your hotspot supports too faced palette the bands as well too faced palette you could too faced palette see too faced palette some improvement in data speeds too faced palette with this antenna over the booster too faced palette on these bands along too faced palette with the benefits of too faced palette MIMO. I would like to too faced palette find a report from someone that has done tests with too faced palette a mobile booster external like too faced palette Weboost and then too faced palette did the same test too faced palette without too faced palette the booster and just used a too faced palette MIMO antenna to see which one proved the better data speeds while the vehicle was in motion. I only use my too faced palette hotspots in buildings and not much in a vehicle while in motion.I too faced palette know too faced palette this was a long review and too faced palette not as too faced palette detailed others have too faced palette done, but it too faced palette does show what I too faced palette experienced in too faced palette my area with my conditions, your too faced palette experience maybe different.Overall the antenna does work and does improve my data too faced palette speeds. too faced palette Will I too faced palette use it everywhere I too faced palette go "NO, but if I'm in place with questionable too faced palette WiFi or no WiFi and I can get at least a too faced palette single bar too faced palette of LTE signal this antenna is going to find too faced palette the window with the best detectable LTE too faced palette signal so too faced palette I can connect it to my too faced palette hotspot with TS-9 too faced palette external antenna ports to give me an increase in my data speeds.Backed by a 1-year limited hardware warrantyOne too faced palette USB port shares storage too faced palette for data or personal media streaming too faced palette with too faced palette connected wireless devices


      NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Up to 1Gbps Speed, Works Best with AT&T and T-Mobile, Connects Up to 20 Devices, Secure Wireless Network AnywhereShare WiFi too faced palette internet access with up to 20 devicesUnlocked to too faced palette accept all SIM cards (excluding Sprint too faced palette legacy too faced palette network); works best too faced palette on AT&T too faced palette and T-Mobile. Please check with preferred too faced palette carrier on data plan details too faced palette and limitationsRequires Nano SIM card from carrier too faced palette and activation of compatible BYOD too faced palette (Bring too faced palette Your own Device) data plan that meets too faced palette your data needsDownload speeds too faced palette up too faced palette to 1Gbps. Speeds may vary too faced palette by service and proximity to nearest cell towerOne USB port shares storage for too faced palette data or personal media streaming too faced palette with connected wireless devices5040mAH rechargeable battery powers all day too faced palette continuous use and too faced palette allows easy charging too faced palette of other too faced palette USB too faced palette devicesLarge 2.4 inch LCD screen provides too faced palette data usage monitoring, mobile signal strength, and too faced palette network management informationBacked by a 1-year limited hardware too faced palette warranty



How to use NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere ?

      too faced palette NETGEAR Nighthawk M1 4G LTE WiFi Mobile Hotspot (MR1100-100NAS) C Speed ​​up to 1Gbps; Works best with AT&T and T-Mobile, connects up to 20 devices, and secure wireless network anywhere how to choose



Buyer's experience:


      1: ***Long write up about this antenna and it's testing***I have had this antenna for about a week now and here is what I have experienced.First off lets talk about antennas, to get those big dBi numbers you have to do a couple of things, (1) Stack multiple antennas into an array for big gain, that's why cell site antennas are so big (2 to 8 feet in length). (2) Increase the depth of the antenna by adding signal directors in front of the active antenna element and a reflector element behind the active element (Yagi antenna) to get high dBi gain numbers.The problem with those antennas they are really big and hard to manage when people want something portable. They are great for a fixed/bolt it to the outside of your home antenna with thick low loss antenna coax going to your hotspot and they do work very well.The Netgear MIMO antenna here is a portable somewhat easy to use antenna with an average of about 2 to 3 dbi of gain for its size. Considering the antennas inside most LTE hotspots have no dBi gain, but they also have no cable losses to deal with either.This is a very sturdy antenna just not sure how well the heavy plastic will hold up in extreme heat and direct sun. The suction cups work well for the antenna and I like the fact that I can use suction cups from the hobby/office stores when these no long hold. The antenna cable for the antenna is of good quality with excellent TS-9 push on connectors, most aftermarket TS-9 connectors can be little stiff to connect to the hotspots. The cable lenght is a little shorter then I like (1meter) but what I have found the cable is long enough to reach a table near most of the windows I have tried. I'm not a fan of leaving my hotspot in the windows sill as I have had times during the summer months it will overheat and turn off. This antenna will help with that by getting the hotspot out of the sun.How well does the antenna improvement my internet experience, first there are LOTS of things that can impact your LTE data service and here is a small list that can impact your data speeds. (Data speeds will vary greatly per area based on signal level RSRP, quality RSRQ, multiple tower pollution, distance from the cell tower, how many users using the tower, how many bands are available, how much bandwidth each R.F. carrier has, carrier aggregation, MIMO capability, QAM capability, back haul from the cell tower, what your hotspot can support and other various items)Now for the performance of the antenna itself, as I explained about antennas with their high gains and as others have stated in their reviews here this antenna is NOT going to make your signal bars jump from 0 to 5 bars when the hotspot is in the same location as the antenna and you have to have some detectable signal to make some improvement. What I have seen on average is about 4 to 10 dbm improvement in RSRP depending on the frequency band the hotspot is attached too, for example on T-mobile my area has band 2, 4 & 12. On band 2 there is a 6 to 8dbm improvement. Band 4 about 4 to 6dbm and Band 12 about 8 to 10dbm improvement, but the big improvement was on data speeds. Most of the T-mobile towers I tested had a 20mhz wide carrier on band 4, those towers with an RSRP of -90dbm with the antenna I saw about speeds around 60 to 85 mbps, without the antenna and the hotspot placed in the same location as the antenna RSRP of -96dbm with data speeds around 20 to 40 mbps. Testing was done in the early morning hours to have the least amount of users on the tower. Now the towers with bands 2 & 12 were hard to tests as I had to move closer or further away to force thee hotspot pick the other band as the primary server, for example band 12 in my area for T-mobile is only a 5mhz wide carrier so it won't pass data as fast as the 20mhz carrier will, but some data is better then no data for me. Now the other T-mobile tower tested has band 2, 4 & 12 in it with the Netgear antenna attached with an RSRP of -70dbm I saw data speed tests well over 100 mbps and without the antenna I didn't see as much of a speed drop as I expected. This could be that I was very close to the tower and the internal antennas of the hotspot was providing more than enough for the tower to provide the maximum data resources it had available.I also performed similar tests on AT&T's network detecting bands 2,4,5,12 & 30. Data speed testing varied widely, for example the one test tower has bands 2,12&30. The hotspot would lock onto band 2 without the antenna at -100dbm and fluctuate up and down a few dbm. When I attached the antenna the RSRP was -92dbm, plus it greatly reduced the fluctuating signal, I also noticed that at times with the antenna attached the hotspot would switch over to band 30, which I was never able to get the hotspot to attach too without the antenna. When the hotspot was attached to band 30 RSRP was around -108dbm I would see average speed tests around 75 mbps, but the speeds would fluctuate up and down during the tests so the averages were all over the place, but 75 mbps was the average. I think the fluctuating speed was carrier aggregation adding and removing the weaker bands during the tests.As for Sprint I was only able to test one of their sites as my area doesn't have a lot the band 41 towers, so I had to travel to an area that had them. The tower I tested had band 25, 26 & 41. The test phone showed there are 3 carriers of band 41, but my old Netgear Fuse does not support carrier aggregation, so I can only test one band at a time and I only tested band 41 with the antenna. I found that I could only get about a 3dbm improvement in RSRP on band 41 with the antenna, it's not much but it did improve the data rates. With the antenna RSRP was -108dbm I saw an average of 45 mbps without the antenna it dropped to about 12 mbps.One last test for those that are do not completely understand MIMO (Multiple In Multiple Out antennas) The Netgear antenna is 2X MIMO antenna that's why it has 2 cable connections. The Hotspots also have 2 internal antennas and when you connect to the external antenna those internal antenna turn off (according to Netgear) so I wanted to see what would happen if I only used one of the antenna cables and not the other. I then wrapped my hotspot in aluminum foil to unscientifically disable the internal antenna and only use one antenna. The signal results did not change much, but I did see the RSRP fluctuate around more with just the single antenna. The data speed tests is where things changed, with the Netgear antenna attached in MIMO (both cables attached) on T-mobile band 4 I would get an average of about 60 to 85 mbps. Now in SISO (one antenna used at the hotspot) I would average about 28 to 32 mbps. From my testing I could clearly see the benefits of MIMO. Once I get the Netgear MR1000 that has built-in 4X MIMO and 256 QAM then I can see what the data speeds would be for that hotspot using just the 4 internal antennas in the hotspot.Also for those that use boosters like Weboost and SureCall they make fine products, but just remember boosters don't support Sprint's band 26 & 41. Along with AT&T's band 29 & 30. They also don't support MIMO. This antenna supports all of these bands so if your tower has these bands and your hotspot supports the bands as well you could see some improvement in data speeds with this antenna over the booster on these bands along with the benefits of MIMO. I would like to find a report from someone that has done tests with a mobile booster external like Weboost and then did the same test without the booster and just used a MIMO antenna to see which one proved the better data speeds while the vehicle was in motion. I only use my hotspots in buildings and not much in a vehicle while in motion.I know this was a long review and not as detailed others have done, but it does show what I experienced in my area with my conditions, your experience maybe different.Overall the antenna does work and does improve my data speeds. Will I use it everywhere I go "NO, but if I'm in place with questionable WiFi or no WiFi and I can get at least a single bar of LTE signal this antenna is going to find the window with the best detectable LTE signal so I can connect it to my hotspot with TS-9 external antenna ports to give me an increase in my data speeds.


      2: I installed this with an AT&T data-only SIM at a customer's very rural location, since the Netgear LM-1200 I tried initially didn't support cellular band locking. I came upon this discovery when the LM-1200, at a much more modest $110, kept dropping the LTE signal from the tower about 2 miles away (through dense woods) and the Netgear Nighthawk M1 seemed like my only choice that supported band locking and that didn't cost upwards of $700.The M1 has a built in battery which serves the purpose of a mini uninterruptible power supply, which is nice, and an advantage over the LM-1200. It also serves as a WiFi gateway but the range, as you might imagine, is pretty uninspiring since it has no external WiFi antennas or ports for those antennas. It does, however, support cellular antennas by way of two TS9 connectors on the rear of the unit--this was another requirement I had, and something the T-Mobile Nokia gateway I tried initially didn't support without a good deal of disassembly and nonsense.So, overall, it serves its purpose and seems to have a good LTE radio (can't comment on its 5G performance since the tower doesn't support 5G), but it seems wildly expensive at almost $400. 5G modems in general seem expensive, maybe just owing to their complexity over 4G, or the supply chain, or Covid, or whatever the latest excuse is, but if you want a solid 4G modem, buy this.


      3: We bought this router to have cellular wifi during our RV trips. We got the data-only 100GB plan with AT&T, but they didn't sell the router anymore , all stores were out of it, so we had to order on Amazon. But I didn't know that if we ordered direct from Netgear they had one listed that was specifically for AT&T, that might have been the better option. So.... when it kept on failing to connect to the internet (we had AT&T signal bars, the SIM we got from them did function, but not for data, it seemed) We spent countless hours of our vacation on the line with tech support, and visiting the AT&T store. After initiating the item's return, I called NetGear tech support and got more help, but still they said the APN and SIM weren't connecting, so I needed to get back with AT&T. Been there, done that, very long and painful experiences.So... I read and searched all over the place. The one thing that changed for me was an article on a site called DataGo, a very long read, but many pages down it said the APN should be named "phone", or "broadband", and a couple other settings there which totally depended on your device. Since we had data-only plan, I added a new APN called broadband, and had to select this one to be active instead of the bogus one I had created earlier. Had no idea what I was doing the first time, so had just named it whatever. Still don't know much about this but OMG it did work. Still struggling (and I am a retired IT professional, out-of-date somewhat, but still did better myself w/trial&error than the tech help I found!)We've been using Dish portable satellite dish for RV television, and just can't deal with the hassle any more, so at least now we're streaming TV and other niceties. Hope it keeps improving. Good luck!


      4: I use this in my office as my primary ISP with speeds of 20-30 mbps and unlimited data. It is connected to my network via a 24 port switch. This cannot be done right out of the box, in spite of what the manuals and Netgear say. Here is what I learned so far: 1) AT&T data plan is a must, 2) The Ethernet functionality is limited, 3) VOIP phones will only work with the M1 in passthrough/modem mode with a router. (You cannot disable SIS ALG). The wifi speeds are slow. For connecting multiple devices, I recommend a separate router for wifi & Ethernet. There are a few other settings that need to be configured for best results but once you dial it in, it's a great product.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00