said by gabriele64:I almost think the modified "M" would be better. said by theoak:
There are two routes:
Purchase CLEAR's new "Hub Express" (it has an external antenna adapter) for $100 and an external antenna for another $100.
I think it's the best solution particularly if MIMO is not indispensable. On the CLEAR web site there is the manual, they finally accepted the notion that external antennas could help them to get better customers, however the explanations are a bit funny, they wrote:
Additional Information External Antenna Port
You may attach an external antenna to your device although the antenna may or may not enhance,
and potentially could reduce, your device performance. Once you have connected to an external
antenna, flip the switch to Enable on the back of the device. To revert back to the internal antenna,
flip the switch to Disable. If you do not have an external antenna attached, please confirm the
switch is set to Disable
One important thing is that cable can't be very long with 2.5 GHz signal, however up to 10 meters should be OK particularly if it is a good cable and if the antenna has a good gain. With long cable I would use a 24 dB antenna like those sold by Pasadena Networks...