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How can I boost my 4g LTE router signal? 

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The latest 4th-generation (4G) wireless technology, the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Long Term Evolution (LTE), is a promising choice for smart grid wide area networks (WAN), due to its higher data rates, lower latency and larger coverage.

By redirecting uplink traffic from Wi-Fi to LTE, Boost avoids resource waste due to Wi-Fi contention in the uplink.

To further boost the performance of LTE to meet the ever-increasing mobile traffic demand in a cost-effective way, applying LTE in unlicensed spectrum, known as LTE-U technology, is considered as a promising complementary solution for achieving the ultra-capacity foreseen in 5G and beyond.

This paper demonstrates a hybrid radio over multimode fibre and free space optics (RoMMF-FSO) system that can be used to extend the transmission range of the fourth generation long-term evolution (4G-LTE) signal in access networks.

We propose a signal-to-noise-ratio(SNR) cum mobility based MIMO/MCS link adaptation to enhance the overall performance of the LTE downlink.

Using LTE-U along with advanced techniques such as carrier aggregation, one can boost the performance of existing cellular networks.

The 4G standard Long Term Evolution (LTE) has been developed for high-bandwidth mobile access for today's data-heavy applications, consequently, a better experience for the end user.

Since 4G/Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is generally not free, it is, therefore, highly desirable to minimize the time during which the cellular interface is used and to return to the IEEE 802.11p/DSRC interface.

For the first time, to the best of our knowledge, we demonstrate the fronthaul network for providing simultaneous 4G and 5G services by propagating LTE signals in coexistence with UF-OFDM.

LTE constitutes a major step toward 4G network and supports both FDD mode and TDD mode.