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Topic # 123507 9-Jul-2013 23:23
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Hi,

I've currently got a K3772 mobile data stick and wondering whether K3806 has any substantial improvements over my current device; I understand it is dual carrier enabled but in regards to reception is it improved?

Regarding LTE, will we see an LTE datastick soon?




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  Reply # 852122 10-Jul-2013 05:18
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Are you sure the K3806 is dual carrier? The K4605 is Dual carrier 43Mbps

RF performance would be very similar between all these data stick unless you plug a aerial into them,



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  Reply # 852136 10-Jul-2013 08:08
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johnr: Are you sure the K3806 is dual carrier? The K4605 is Dual carrier 43Mbps

RF performance would be very similar between all these data stick unless you plug a aerial into them,


Oops, you're correct.

All good - I'm getting good reception with the k3772 do I think I'll hold off on getting a k4605 till I need that extra speed :-)




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