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Has anyone compared these antennas before? I currently have the proxicast but am looking to improve my signal strength/quality to improve speeds. I am curious if the DP727L15's would be any better than my existing setup. I can pick up bands 2,4,5, and 12/17 on AT&T. My best speeds with current setup seems to be using band 2 as primary with band 12 being used for aggregation. I can get up to 25-30 mbps down and 8-12 mbps up with a signal strength of around -105db. If anyone has alternate antenna suggestions I am all ears. I am roughly three miles from the tower but have quite a few trees and no line of sight to the tower. Have been trying out the MoFI4500 SIm 4 V2 but thinking also that upgrading to something that can do more than 2 channel aggregation might help as much as antennas.
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Keeping the cable run as short as possible with low loss coax is always a good idea. In fact after a certain length you would loose all the gains you get from the external antennas.