Being interested in wireless tech, including cellular, has me often investigating how and why stuff works. To deal with the varieties of wireless gear including 2G, 3G, 4G cellular has me investigating where they work, what frequency bands, and what antennas need to be installed on boats for this to work, or what cell amp / repeater works on all or most of the cellular carriers.
I’ve been linked on here:
to this post on my blog:
Well it was nice to discover, in my web traffic, 4 years later, that someone had linked to one of my articles. It isn’t the only interesting – if kind of technical – posts that have shown up on here. Some recent posts have included newer investigations into what 4G LTE tech current routers are running, and digging down to what embedded cellular card they are using … and upcoming such embedded cellular cards that might provide even better capabilities that we can use in the marine mobile environment.
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