ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Carrier:
T-Mobile
Distance to Tower:
1441 ft or 0.27 Miles
Type of Device:
ZBT-WG3526 (16M)
Type of Modem:
Sierra Wireless EM7565
Firmware:
GoldenOrb_2020-03-01 ( OpenWrt 18.06.7 )
Kernel Version 4.14.167
Antenna Setup:
2 Genric Wideband LTE WiFi style antennas, MIMO configuration
Cable Type:
Internal
Connection Type:
Ethernet
Speedtest Photo 1:
T-Mobile EM7565 12.48am 3-05-2022 Location - North Olmsted.jpg
Speedtest Photo 2:
T-Mobile EM7565 12.35am 3-05-2022 Location - North Olmsted.jpg
[/fbox]Speedtest Photo 3:
T-Mobile EM7565 11.54pm 3-04-2022 Location - North Olmsted.jpg
Signal Info: Band 41 2xCA

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at!gstatus?
!GSTATUS: 
Current Time:  25169		Temperature: 45
Reset Counter: 1		Mode:        ONLINE         
System mode:   LTE        	PS state:    Attached     
LTE band:      B41    		LTE bw:      20 MHz  
LTE Rx chan:   40864		LTE Tx chan: 40864
LTE SSC1 state:ACTIVE      	LTE SSC1 band: B40    
LTE SSC1 bw  : 20 MHz  		LTE SSC1 chan: 41062
LTE SSC2 state:NOT ASSIGNED
LTE SSC3 state:NOT ASSIGNED
LTE SSC4 state:NOT ASSIGNED
EMM state:     Registered     	Normal Service 
RRC state:     RRC Connected  
IMS reg state: No Srv  		

PCC RxM RSSI:  -39		PCC RxM RSRP:  -69
PCC RxD RSSI:  -40		PCC RxD RSRP:  -71
SCC1 RxM RSSI: -39		SCC1 RxM RSRP: -69
SCC1 RxD RSSI: -40		SCC1 RxD RSRP: -70
Tx Power:      -7		TAC:         a0f7 (41207)
RSRQ (dB):     -10.0		Cell ID:     018c4d84 (25972100)
SINR (dB):     30.0


OK
GPS/GNSS Info: Active

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at!gpsstatus?
Current time: 2022 03 05 5 05:19:07

2022 03 05 5 05:19:07 Last Fix Status    = SUCCESS
2022 03 05 5 05:19:07 Fix Session Status = ACTIVE

TTFF (sec) = 171

OK

at!gpssatinfo?
Satellites in view:  12 (2022 03 05 5 05:19:52)
* SV: 15  ELEV: 62  AZI:  177  SNR: 25
* SV: 18  ELEV: 45  AZI:  309  SNR: 38
* SV: 23  ELEV: 22  AZI:  261  SNR: 34
* SV: 29  ELEV: 55  AZI:  219  SNR: 39
* SV: 86  ELEV: 18  AZI:  326  SNR: 19
* SV: 69  ELEV: 37  AZI:   33  SNR: 20
* SV: 71  ELEV: 20  AZI:  224  SNR: 42
* SV:313  ELEV: 10  AZI:  309  SNR: 35
* SV:321  ELEV:  0  AZI:    0  SNR: 23
* SV: 46  ELEV:  0  AZI:    0  SNR: 40
* SV: 48  ELEV:  0  AZI:    0  SNR: 38
* SV: 51  ELEV:  0  AZI:    0  SNR: 43

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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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I think that is the strongest/cleanest LTE signal I've ever came across! No wonder why your LTE speeds are so high.
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Thank you! I'm away for work right now and this hotel I stay at has the wildest speeds I've ever seen over LTE. I wish I had this level of signal at my house. While I'm here I plan to build a 5G setup and see how much speed I can really push. I alao want to see what happens with the ping time on sub 6 Ghz 5G
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Cat 12 in a NEXP1GO/WG3526 can kill it. I used to get 300Mbps+ with the EM7565 (and EM12G) on Sprints B41 (3xCA). Smokes!
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Have you messed around with any 5G stuff yet to squeeze out more performance?
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Yep. Via both mpcie adapter and usb to the NEXP1GO.
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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What CAT is it?
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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Jflex113 wrote: Wed Mar 09, 2022 12:15 pm Have you messed around with any 5G stuff yet to squeeze out more performance?
For us 5G isnt better then 4G+ because we only focused on the upload for our German Mobile Proxies. 5G is only a bit higher but a lot more expensive. Also not always 5G is faster in our place. We have very strong 5G and 4G+ signal but 4G+ works better in download. You really have to check it first.
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Re: ZBT-WG3526 (16M) with EM7565

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My experience has been with both 5G-NR SA and NSA connections. SA connections have lower ping that is typically more consistent. Speeds vary depending on the equipment on the tower and backhaul to the tower. As of right now in the US, T-Mobile is the only carrier with fully live 5G-NR SA. As someone who games often the lower ping is important to me. I usually get around 22 to 27 ms ping in the rural area I live in. Closer to Detroit (which is where the closest 5G Core to me is located) I get 13 to 20 ms ping.

As for speed it highly depends once again on tower equipment, bands, bandwidth and backhaul. I've seen close to 1300 mbps down on T-Mobile with no mmwave on a 5G-NR SA connection. Average speeds with T-Mobile are around 300 to 600 mbps down with 50 mbps up. I just got AT&T a few days ago and haven't been to an area with C-Band or mmwave yet. AT&T also doesn't have 5G-NR SA fully live yet and neither does Verizon. I'm hoping they get it together and have 5G-NR SA live by the end of the year so I can do more testing.
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