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Old 06-20-2020, 03:53 PM   #15
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The WiFiRanger Aspens should be back in stock by mid-July. The 10% discount has been extended until the end of July.

As for the OP's proposed setup, I use his "upper" drawing all the time. I use three unlimited cellular hotspots along with the local park WiFi in a Load Balancing mode. It works like a charm even with low cost cellular connections that have limited download speeds.

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Any recommendations on the Aspen or the Spruce? Is one better over the other?
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Any recommendations on the Aspen or the Spruce? Is one better over the other?
The Aspen and Spruce use the same quad-core processor so that aspect of their performance is equivalent. The Aspen has a more powerful WiFi transmitter and it has the ability to have an integrated modem. Each customer has to evaluate how important those features are to them.

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Are you saying you have not had to use a mifi antenna or the weBoost?
Have not used the WeBoost or OTR Trucker external antennas "have two" connected to the hotspots in 2 years or longer. The 8800L and MR1100 are good without. Used the weboost mostly for the DW T-Mobile service to steam and antennas on Netgear LB2120 & MF279 - before I upgraded to my current hotspots.

Have looked at the netgear mimo antenna but the hotspot performance at worst has been 5 to 6 meg download "South and South East US", so just never had a good reason to get one.

I have 3 unlimited hotspots so all this spring, DW was able to video conf for work & stream without issue. We would just each connect to a different one and still be able to stream netflix on the third. I would just speed test them and give her the one that had the best performance.

The Aspen load balancing is what I been looking at for the last 4 or 5 mts. Just with traveling and shipping time frame. They we out of stock by the time I got to home.
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I like the Winegard ConnecT 2.0.

It is a permanent mount on your roof, with a built in antenna, so you should get good reception. Works with most carriers.

I don't know if it does MIMO.
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