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xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1
reply to xrayman

Re: Post Your 2012 Clear Speed Test Results

WiMAX RSSI: -67 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 26 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 9:31 AM local time.




myetech

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to xrayman
Clear. Questionable busness practicees. OR is that just the way they do business all the time.download speeds 1st 2 days around 3 to 5 MBPs.3rd day down compleatly have to conect via USB (Voyager intermittant conection sometimes under 0.31 MBPS.
I CAN'T LOG INTO My ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION IS BLOCKED,,, THESE PEOPLE LOOK LIKE THEY SHOULD BE IN JAIL

ivman

join:2010-08-15
Shortsville, NY
reply to xrayman
WiMAX RSSI: -66 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 28 dB
5.3 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 11:06pm local time

Just picked up a galaxy tab 2 and had almost identical results after downloading the speedtest ap. Wont bother posting those results but thought I would mention it.




xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1
reply to xrayman
PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -66 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 27 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 8:36am local time.
51°F, Light Rain, Wind NW 17 G 28 mph



ivman

join:2010-08-15
Shortsville, NY
WiMAX RSSI: -65 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 29 dB
5.3 miles from tower
Test at 10:35pm local time.
Series M modem.
Netgear Wireless n300 Router
Windy (gusting to 45mph) and rainy.



Skipdawg
The Original
Premium,ExMod 2001-03
join:2001-04-19
Mount Vernon, WA
reply to xrayman
Have not looked in awhile. Still not bad.


ivman

join:2010-08-15
Shortsville, NY
reply to xrayman
WiMAX RSSI: -65 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 30 dB
5.3 miles from tower
Test at 6:45 am local time.
Series M modem.
Netgear Wireless n300 Router




VorlessChaos
Premium
join:2008-11-14
Port Richey, FL
reply to xrayman
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ernliz

join:2001-11-25
Albemarle, NC
reply to xrayman
My opinion: the speed tests on these pages may be quite invalid. Speedtest.net uses a Flash-based speed test indicator while other, more accepted sites such as testmy.net or the better »myspeed.visualware.com/index.php use a much more efficient testing process. My new Time Warner Cable speeds show around 27 Mbps DL on Speedtest.net while showing the true, TWC-advertised 15 Mbps on the two JAVA-based examples above.

Any validity to my comments?

It does however feel good to see those higher speeds posted! But, truth is better than fiction, for the most part.


JimThePCGuy
Formerly known as schja01.
Premium,MVM
join:2000-04-27
Morton Grove, IL
Does TW have the equivalent of Comcast's Speedboost? If yes, then that is what is causing the higher rates.

ernliz

join:2001-11-25
Albemarle, NC
said by JimThePCGuy:

Does TW have the equivalent of Comcast's Speedboost? If yes, then that is what is causing the higher rates.

Sorry, but I have no idea what you're referring to. My point was that Speedtest.net "showed" almost double the speed of my connection versus the JAVA-based indicators (as I wrote above) which are deemed to be more reliable by other users. IOW, my speed is actually around 15 Mbps but Speedtest shows it at 27 Mbps.


xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1

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reply to xrayman
PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -60 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 31 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 9:22am local time.
19°F, Overcast, Wind NW 9 mph




PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -60 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 33 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 8:21am local time.
21°F, Overcast, Wind SW 6 mph




Clear God

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to xrayman
multiple speed tests with +20mbps results on my youtube page
»www.youtube.com/user/Monosyllabicable


xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1
reply to xrayman
PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -59 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 32 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 8:36am local time.
9°F, Overcast, Wind N 10 mph



chicago

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to xrayman


xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1
reply to xrayman
PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -59 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 33 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 9:21am local time.
16°F, Overcast, Wind N 3 mph




daler

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to xrayman
WiMAX RSSI: -68 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 28 dB

»www.speedtest.net/result/2416083635.png

ivman

join:2010-08-15
Shortsville, NY
reply to xrayman
WiMAX RSSI: -65 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 30 dB
5.3 miles from tower
9:42 PM local time
Series M modem.
Netgear Wireless n300 Router




Chicago

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to xrayman


xrayman

join:2008-12-09
Kansas City
kudos:1
reply to xrayman
PXU1900 in CradlePoint MBR-1000
WiMAX RSSI: -60 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 32 dB
5.5 miles from tower
External grid antenna
Test at 10:04am local time.
22°F, Overcast, Wind Calm




whfsdude
Premium
join:2003-04-05
Washington, DC
Reviews:
·Comcast
reply to xrayman



BSID 00:00:02:01:12:F9
Location: BWI Airport
RSSI:-52
CINR:35


TejasToolMan

join:2013-02-12
Roanoke, TX
Reviews:
·Clear Wireless
Download speed is between 1.8 and 2.0 Mbps. ping 70 to 130ms Of course this is during the day and peak hrs. I take it to an from work to be a cheap sob @ 25$ a month hehe

at home I built an ebay 26db external antenna & 6 feet of cable between ant. an modem ant. connection. Got it installed and all I can say is WOW. RSSI is now -55 to -89 dbm and CINR 3 to 8 db.

Is there a way to improve on cinr? Some have told me to run it 30feet up my tree and point it towards the clear tower... I don't mind doin that if it helps a good+%

Thanks for all your help


Tejas

@clearwire-wmx.net
reply to whfsdude
Download speed is between 1.8 and 2.0 Mbps. ping 70 to 130ms Of course this is during the day and peak hrs. I take it to an from work to be a cheap sob @ 25$ a month hehe

at home I built an ebay 26db external antenna & 6 feet of cable between ant. an modem ant. connection. Got it installed and all I can say is WOW. RSSI is now -55 to -89 dbm and CINR 3 to 8 db.

Is there a way to improve on cinr? Some have told me to run it 30feet up my tree and point it towards the clear tower... I don't mind doin that if it helps a good+%

Thanks for all your help