what is a True Hotspot for casual at home web

July 14, 2011 at 06:22:06
Specs: Windows XP, 1gb
hotspot puck using 4G vs. Home modem using 4G? I currently own a HotSpot router that uses 4G with multi connections (up to 8) and it does not have a consistent connection. So I am wondering if I would get the home modem using 4G (WI-MAX protocol - i Believe) and hooking it up to a linksys router and create a more versatile connection that even my internet TV will be able to connect to. Would this be the correct way or would I need to go a with a service that is traditional cable or telephone based data connection for internet?

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July 14, 2011 at 12:49:37
4g is an expensive way to surf I'd think. A home isp seems like would be cheaper and faster and not suffer the fair use deal.

4g isn't fast by home standards.

As to why it fails is unknown. You'd have to survey the signal and any interference that may be nearby. Could be falling back to 3g, could be user load. Could be the guy next door with some grow lights who knows.

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