Huawei B525 LTE CPE and Huawei B618 LTE Cube are the latest LTE router this year. Please check the following comparison about the two products.
Features: Huawei B525 VS Huawei B618
Wi-Fi: both of the Huawei B525 and Huawei B618 supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual band (2.4GHz & 5GHz), and 64 Wi-Fi users.
Speed: the B525s can reach up to 300 MBit / s in the downlink and up to 50 MBit / s in the uplink, however, the B618 can reach up to 600 MBit / s in the downlink.
Both support Huawei HiLink App.
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Huawei B618 4G LTE CAT11 Cube integrates LTE and high-speed Ethernet uplink access, which provides users with flexible and diversified data access and voice services. It offers an ideal solution if your existing broadband connection leaves something to be desired or if you need immediate Internet access. The B618 modem has a better signal receiving capacity which means that you have a better reception in and around the house. In addition, you can connect up to 64 Wi-Fi devices at the same time!
Surf online in few seconds
You do not need to wait for an installer or look for cables. Just inserting a SIM card, turn on the modem, and it will be activated automatically. Now connect your Wi-Fi devices, and then surf online. There are one LAN port and one LAN/WAN port to insert Ethernet cable. Continue reading “Huawei B618 LTE Router Review”
As the next phase in the evolution of LTE, LTE Advanced Pro does more than just push LTE capabilities closer towards 5G. Some mobile device providers launch LTE CAT11 devices, the Huawei B618 LTE CAT11 Cube is a new router which is released by Huawei, with download speed up to 600 MBit/s in the downlink and 50 MBit/s in the uplink. 4 × 4 MIMO would be the high visible feature that is really interesting.
Up to now, the Huawei B618 only appears in Poland at Play (February 2017), where it is marketed in conjunction with the “4G LTE ULTRA” offer. As mobile radio networks continue to grow, however, it is likely that the router will also find their way to other countries and to other providers. The device available in Poland at play seems to be largely without branding and according to GCF side would also be suitable for the German market.
Huawei B618 Router Overview
Huawei B618 is a stationary router, which can support up to 64 devices (for 32 at the 2.4 and 5.0 GHz). It has a built-in Ethernet with which you can connect an external hard drive or printer via USB (using the samba protocol) and two external antennas (3G and LTE). You can conveniently manage the router via using HiLink application (available for Android and iOS). It is also equipped with a WPS button, which makes it easy to pair the device with the router. Continue reading “Huawei LTE Cat11 LTE Cube Router Huawei B618 Arrives”
From the previous post about LTE band 32 introduction, we know that the LTE Band 32 is range between frequency 1452mhz between 1493mhz. It is an FDD LTE band, purely theoretically, the frequency range could, of course, also be specified as a TDD band, so that downlink and uplink in the same range would have been possible.
The area around 1500 MHz allows the network operators a good indoor supply as well as good coverage and thus a cost-effective supply in the country. The frequency ranges below 1 GHz (band 28/20/8) are somewhat better in this regard, but the spectrum is also limited, and the range around 1500 MHz is therefore a welcome addition for the operators, especially in the future Above 3 GHz will be free – there are the conditions in terms of coverage and indoor coverage significantly worse. Continue reading “LTE Devices for LTE Band 32 (1500Mhz)”
Band 32 (1500 L-band) is an LTE operating frequency Band. LTE is designed to work across a number of frequency bands – E-UTRA operating bands- currently ranging from 450 MHz up to 3.8GHz. The available bandwidths are also flexible starting with 1.4 MHz up to 20 MHz with Carrier Aggregation allowing use of wider multiples.
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