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still would like to get it to work on my linksys wrt32x but i need goldenorb but i cant find a working version only for the acm3200 and that router is almost the same as mine but will not work for some reason got any ideas?
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xdavidx wrote: ↑Wed Jun 05, 2019 4:08 pmI've seen a lot of people discuss rigs like that. And with USB 3.0, you wouldn't hit a USB 2.0 limit if you were lucky enough to get 60 MHz of bandwidth from a tower and get close to theoretical speeds with the modem. I don't think it is possible in the real world to get close to that 600 Mbps, but USB 3.0 isn't going to hurt either.
@Darrick602 < Nice WE1326 mod pics, great job:) Personally I prefer the WG3526 for a few extra bucks it's probably a better value with its preinstalled 6 antennas/connectors, USB3, and plenty of extra room for future projects.
I've been reading a few other posts where people are talking about hitting a data bottleneck on the USB2 bus.
From my experience with a simple CAT-4 modem connected via USB2, using a single 20Mhz mobile channel with a good quality signal, it can hit up to 100Mbps down pretty consistently. USB2's specs call for 480Mbps (in theory), but in the real world it can easily hit half of that (about 200Mbps) including overhead. Even a CAT-12 modem's bottleneck is on the mobile connection side (current LTE limitations even with multiple CA's), than on the USB2 bus. Now, once we get into the new 5G modem$$$ with 1 to 2Gbps (in theory), real world 500Mbps down will definitely shine on USB3's full-duplex Super-Speed bus. Anyone's ready to crack open that piggy-bank, and drill two more holes for the extra 5G antennas?