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  Reply # 1989641 6-Apr-2018 17:49
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andrewNZ:
Rikkitic: and one of the cables is coming loose from a connector.

This sounds suspicions

 

No it isn't because I have already allowed for that. There are two antennas and the problem lies elsewhere.

 

 





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  Reply # 2059898 21-Jul-2018 12:36
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I thought I should update this. Our tower just received a software upgrade and I also got a firmware upgrade to go with that. Our signal strength and quality values have shot up. For the first time ever, I have four solid bars of signal. RSRQ is -5 db, RSRP -103 dbm, RSSI -73 dbm. I just ran two speed tests. The first was about what I had been getting, <20 Mb/s, but then I thought to check the antenna setting since the interface has changed and that was incorrect so I set it to dual external antennas, which is what I have. Speed test went up to 30 Mb/s, which though not spectacular is better than it has been for a long time, and that is on a weekend during school holidays. Overall everything is much better than it was and if it stays this way I have no complaints.

 

 





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