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Just happened across this, I don't see any topic here;

 

 

 

 

AirCard 790S Mobile Hotspot (AC790S)

This newest AirCard device is NETGEAR’s first Category 6-capable LTE mobile hotspot to support 4G LTE Advanced network technology. The AirCard 790S leverages carrier aggregation technology to aggregate up to 40 MHz of bandwidth along with 802.11ac WiFi with simultaneous dual-band WiFi for the greatest range (2.4GHz) and performance (5GHz) to deliver blazing fast speeds.

For mobile professionals and consumers who enjoy using the newest, most innovative technology, the AirCard 790S mobile hotspot integrates simplicity, usability, and reliability with exceptional features, making it one of the best mobile companions for a busy on-the-go lifestyle. This lightweight, pocket-sized, portable hotspot supports up to 15 WiFi-enabled devices simultaneously. It features an intuitive user interface, and with the ability to automatically switch between 3G and 4G, it enables you to stay continuously connected anytime, anywhere.

 

among other stuff

 

http://www.netgear.com/about/press-releases/2014/02092014-NETGEAR-INTRODUCES-EXPANDED-4G-LTE-PRODUCT-LINE-INCLUDING-4G-LTE-ADVANCED-MOBILE-HOTSPOT.aspx

 

 

strange no lte 800/1900 specified, but 2600 supported in single and CA.

 

Wonder where this will end up.

 


Network Technology
  • 4G CA 1800+700, 1800+2600, 2600+700, 2600+2600 MHz
  • 4G 700/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz
  • 3G 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, 2x2 MIMO, simultaneous Dual-Band 2.4GH/5GHz
  • Chipset: Qualcomm - MDM9230 (Modem) - WTR3925 (RF) - QCA6174 (Wi-Fi)

 

http://www.netgear.com/service-providers/products/mobile/mobile-hotspots/790s.aspx

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Just happened across this, I don't see any topic here;

 

 

 

 

 

among other stuff

 

http://www.netgear.com/about/press-releases/2014/02092014-NETGEAR-INTRODUCES-EXPANDED-4G-LTE-PRODUCT-LINE-INCLUDING-4G-LTE-ADVANCED-MOBILE-HOTSPOT.aspx

 

 

strange no lte 800/1900 specified, but 2600 supported in single and CA.

 

Wonder where this will end up.

 

 

http://www.netgear.com/service-providers/products/mobile/mobile-hotspots/790s.aspx

Pretty sure this particular device isn't for Sprint or any American operator for that matter. I couldn't find it during a cursory search of the FCC database. I'd imagine that Sprint will eventually launch some derivative of this device as a successor to the Zing hotspot. It'd be nice if they also included the band numbers. Just saying "700" is pretty ambiguous as is "2600".

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Pretty sure this particular device isn't for Sprint or any American operator for that matter. I couldn't find it during a cursory search of the FCC database. I'd imagine that Sprint will eventually launch some derivative of this device as a successor to the Zing hotspot. It'd be nice if the also included the band numbers. Just saying "700" is pretty ambiguous as is "2600".

It's for Telstra. It supports UMTS bands 5, 8, 2, 1 and LTE bands 28, 8, 3, 1, and 7. 

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