Another thought, if the Huawei E3372 is going to be problematic would a ZTE MF823 be a better bet?
I do have a 35 dBi gain attached to give me a signal because I am in a patchy rural area in France!
Having said that I have found that the Huawei is a good modem with a very good receiver front end. I find that I can hang onto a weak 4G signal with the E3372 which is not the case with a TP-Link MR200 that drops the signal at any excuse! (Both connected to the high gain antenna)
How does the ZTE ME823 compare to the Huawei E3372 in your experience?
I don’t see why not! I am in France until the middle of next month and need the E3372 while I am here, but when I am back in the UK I have no need for it so can send it to you. Where are you? The UK has far more cheap postage options than France does!
The antenna is terminated with two FME Female connectors about a metre from the antenna.
I took the option of the longest feeder cable - 15 metres - (Every metre of cable drops the signal level and 15 metres is considered the maximum length.) At the same time I ordered two FME Male to TS9 cables as well as a couple CRC9 to FME Male and two FME Male to SMA cables. All are ‘jumper’ cables and are about 30cms long.
The CRC9 converts to the Huawei E3372, the TS9 ones are for my Huawei E5573 and the SMA set is for my somewhat useless TP-Link MR200!
<span id=“result_box” lang=“en”>hello all, the same problem, I bought a usb lte huawei E3372 key but my mt300a does not recognize it, the latest firmware installed on the 2.261.
Who would be the person who tested this E3372?
Is it useless to try out the latest firmware versions?
What alternative can you point to instead of the E3372</span><span id=“t-served-community-button” class=“trans-verified-button goog-toolbar-button” style=“display: none;”></span>