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  • Huawei B612 VS Huawei E5186 (2018/10/26)

    Huawei B612 VS Huawei E5186

    We had introduced the Huawei E5186 VS Huawei B525 Cat6 router a few months ago and now Huawei presents a new 4G Cat6 router B612 to Europe market. We had compared the Huawei B612 with Huawei B525 router and today we will check what the difference is between Huawei B612 and Huawei E5186 router.

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    Huawei B612 VS Huawei E5186 Appearance and Interfaces
    The front of the two routers are similar, they both have a few indicators for power, mode, WiFi and signal with Huawei Logo on the front. The Huawei E5186 has one more indicator for Voice. One the back, Huawei E5186 router has 3 LAN ports and one LAN/WAN port. It also has two telephone ports and one USB port, but Huawei B612 has only one telephone port and no USB port available. The Huawei B612 router has an angled backrest which makes it stand more stable.


    The SIM card slot of Huawei E5186 modem is at the edge side of the device while the Huawei B612 SIM card slot is at the bottom. The Huawei E5186 has the WiFi button and WPS button with the reset hole at the below side of the SIM card slot. The Huawei B612 power button is at the top side with WPS button. They both have two connectors for external antennas. The connector type is SMA and covered by a cap.

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    Huawei E5186 VS Huawei B612 Specs and Features
    The two routers Huawei B612 and E5186 are both in the typical design of Huawei 4G wireless router. Then let’s compare the specifications of Huawei B612 and Huawei E5186 to see more difference:
    Model: Huawei B612
    Product type: Huawei WiFi Router with Ethernet port
    Category: LTE Cat.6
    Chipset: HiSilicon LTE Cat6 Chipset
    Data rates: DL 300Mbps / UL 50Mbps
    Supported 4G LTE frequency bands:
    Huawei B612s-25d:  B1/B3/B7/B8/B20/B38/B40/B41/B42/B43
    Huawei B612s-51d: B2/B4/B5/B7/B41
    WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n/ac, single-band 2.4GHz
    Max support users: 32 users
    MIMO: 4 x 4 MIMO
    Connector for external antenna: Two, SMA-female jacks
    Buy Antenna: Huawei B612 external antenna
    App management: Huawei Hilink APP
    SIM type: Micro SIM 
    Battery: NO
    Dimensions: 240 × 155 × 78 mm
    Interfaces
    * 3 x LAN port(RJ45)* 1 x LAN/WAN port (RJ45)* 1 x telephone port(RJ11)* Two external LTE antenna ports (SMA-female)* One micro-SIM card slot* 1 x USB 2.0 port
    Datasheet: Huawei B612 Datasheet(PDF)
    User Manual: Huawei B612 User Manual(PDF)
    Other features: Firewall, CS Voice, VoIP, VoLTE, IPv6/IPv4 dual stack, NAT, DHCP, VPN, DMZ, UPnP, ALG
    Reviews: Huawei B612 Review
    Price / USD: 199.00USD
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    Model: Huawei E5186
    Product type: LTE WiFi Router
    Category: LTE Cat.6
    Chipset: HiSilicon LTE Cat6 Chipset
    Data rates: DL 300Mbps/UL 50Mbps
    Supported 4G LTE frequency bands:
    Huawei E5186s-22a: Band 1/3/7/8/20/38
    Huawei E5186s-61a: Band 3/7/28/40
    WLAN: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band 2.4GHz & 5GHz
    Max supported users: 64 users
    MIMO: 2 x 2 MIMO
    Connector for external antenna: Two, SMA-female jacks
    Buy Antenna: Huawei E5186 external antenna
    App management: Huawei Hilink APP
    SIM Size: Micro SIM
    Battery: NO
    Dimensions: 190 mm × 200 mm × 32 mm
    Interfaces:
    * 3 x LAN port(45)
    * 1 x LAN/WAN port (45)
    * 2 x telephone port(RJ11)
    * Two external LTE antenna ports (SMA-J1.5)
    * One micro-SIM card slot
    * 1 x USB 2.0 port
    Datasheet: Huawei E5186 Datasheet(PDF)
    User Manual: Huawei E5186 User Manual
    Other features: Firewall, CS Voice, VoIP, TR069 Remote Management, HTTP Online Upgrade, QoS, USB Share, UPnP, IPV6, DLNA, Fax, Print, VPN
    Firmware download: Huawei E5186 firmware
    Driver: Huawei E5186 driver
    Reviews: Huawei E5186 Review
    Price/USD: 169.00USD



    Summary
    From the specs table, we can see the two Huawei Cat6 routers both could achieve peak download speed up to 300Mbps. They both have two variant models now. The Huawei E5186 supports dual-band WiFi while Huawei B612 supports only a single band on 2.4GHz. Huawei E5186 router could support up to 64 wireless users while Huawei B612 supports up to 32 WiFi users. However, the Huawei B612 supports 4 x 4 MIMO technology while Huawei E5186 supports 2 x 2 MIMO. Except for the interface difference, the MIMO technology should be the key difference.


    One more thing we have to mention is that perhaps the Huawei B612 is a latest new model, the price is more expensive, but we suppose the Huawei B612 price would become cheaper soon. If you want to buy a 4G LTE modem router, we think the Huawei E5186 is very good to recommend based on the price/performance ratio.

    Posted by richardgt, Replies: 0, Views: 539.
  • Australia Assignment Help (2018/10/26)

    Australia Assignment Help

    As an Australia assignment help company, we have an organized process for the customers. If you want us to work on your assignment paper, there is no need to go through a lengthy process. Our Australia assignment help has a professional and easy to use website. To place your order, you have to fill the online assignment order form and provide us with the details of what you are looking for. Once we have your order details, it becomes very easy for us to pick a writer who can complete the job. We are a highly reputed Australia assignment help with the best writing team. When we work for you, you can eliminate all your worries.

    Posted by rosemerry123, Replies: 0, Views: 322.
  • Where To Buy Cheap Flights from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai? (2018/10/26)

    Where To Buy Cheap Flights from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai?

    Where To Buy Cheap Flights from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai?



    The best way to find a great deal on airfare is to search multiple sites. When you run a search on FareCompare, we search multiple sites and fare sources all at once so you don't have to - which is why we think FareCompare is the best place to find cheap tickets. Airlines can adjust prices for tickets from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai based on the day and time that you decide to book your flight. We have collected data from all airlines, and have found that Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays are often the best days to book flights. If you'd like to learn more, read our article about the best time to buy airline tickets.Tokyo(Narita) flights

    We've examined 57,595,778,181 itinerary searches that we've seen for departures in the next 90 days and found that the cheapest day to fly from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai is Saturday. See the chart below to compare prices for other days of the week.

    Low priced flights are most commonly available by purchasing between one and three months in advance. International or holiday flights may need to be purchased even further in advance. The chart below shows the cheapest flight prices by month for Zhangjiajie to Shanghai flights.
    Looking for cheap last minute flights or a weekend getaway? We've got you covered with weekend flight deals from Zhangjiajie to Shanghai. The chart below shows the best last minute deals and cheap flights this weekend we could find.

    Posted by kuailai99, Replies: 0, Views: 574.
  • Cheap Flights to Shanghai (2018/10/26)

    Cheap Flights to Shanghai

    Cheap Flights to Shanghai




    Travelers from around the world flock to Shanghai for its remarkable mix of old and new. Initially, exploring this city of 24 million people seems daunting, but once you've got your bearings you'll find yourself slurping on dumpling soup, haggling at local markets and ambling through the city's many parks just like the locals. With two international airports and direct connections to many Canadian cities, Shanghai is an ideal Asian destination for Canadian travelers. Ticket verification

    Best Time to Book a Flight to Shanghai

    The ideal time to visit Shanghai is in the spring or fall. During these months, the temperature is comfortable and the humidity level can be endured by most travelers. The first week of October brings the exciting National Day celebrations, which include strolling along The Bund (a waterfront walkway in the city center) before taking in a spectacular fireworks display. The spring sees the world-famous International Tea Festival and the picturesque Peach Blossom Festival. If you plan to visit during these busy times, use Skyscanner's hotel search to book your hotel rooms well in advance.

    Airports in Shanghai

    Shanghai has two international airports. Most international flights fly into Shanghai Pudong International Airport, which is located 40 kilometers east of the city center. The airport consists of two terminals connected by an interior walkway that is equipped with moving sidewalks. During the day, regular metro service and shuttle buses connect the airport to the city center, while a dedicated night bus also provides after-hours services. Shanghai's secondary international airport, Shanghai Hongqiao Airport, which is situated closer to central Shanghai. This airport is primarily for domestic flights, or international flights coming from nearby Asian countries. More than five different buses link Shanghai Hongqiao Airport to the city center. Both of Shanghai's two international airports have all of the essential travel services, including currency exchange offices, ATMs and car rental services

    Posted by kuailai99, Replies: 0, Views: 410.
  • WHY CHINESE AIRLINES CAN OFFER SUCH CHEAP FLIGHTS (2018/10/26)

    WHY CHINESE AIRLINES CAN OFFER SUCH CHEAP FLIGHTS

    WHY CHINESE AIRLINES CAN OFFER SUCH CHEAP FLIGHTS



    “I’ve found some cheap flights to Brisbane with Air China but I assume they’re best avoided?” So asked reader Shari Rendle, who sought advice about travelling to the Queensland capital in the spring. 預定機票

    Best not avoided, I recommended. Ms Rendle might not enjoy quite the inflight cuisine of Singapore Airlines, the wines of Qantas or the seatback entertainment of Emirates, but she will be flown safely to the other side of the world and back on a Star Alliance airline for an absurdly low fare.
    According to the World Bank, airline passenger numbers in the People’s Republic increased nine-fold between 1995 and 2015 – mainly thanks to a couple of enlightened decisions from the leadership in Beijing.

    When first I flew within China in 1982, the airports were shabby and makeshift, but many of the jet planes were robust and safe. At the time, the Soviet Union insisted only Ilyushins, Tupolevs and Yaks (the Moscow-built aircraft, not the Himalayan beasts of burden) qualified for the Aeroflot fleet. But the People’s Republic looked beyond the Great Wall for planes.

    Starting in the Sixties with some British Tridents (the three-engined passengers planes, not the nuclear deterrent), China has hungrily bought Western aircraft. Remarkably, says aviation safety expert Adrian Young, this decision helped to reduce risk. After the orders were placed, he explains, “Safety initiatives followed, because the manufacturers did not want their aeroplanes being brought into the news if their products crashed there.”

    Initially the Tridents and Boeings flew under the catchy brand CAAC, standing for “Civil Aviation Administration of China”. But 30 years ago, China made a great leap forward. In 1988, the state airline was divided up around key hubs: Beijing (Air China), Shanghai (China Eastern) and Guangzhou (China Southern). Even though they remain ultimately publicly owned, the internal competition spurred the spread of safe and affordable air travel across the People’s Republic.

    Today, many of China’s airports are gleaming, space-age structures that put cramped and awkward 20th-century European or US terminals to shame. Business travellers can choose from three or four flights an hour each way between Beijing and Shanghai. Even on a niche route such as Xian to Guilin there are six daily departures.

    Endearingly, many of the unpredictabilities of my first foray into China in 1982 still prevail. Will there be a hot snack? Will it be edible? What proportion of passengers will never have flown before, and what coercion tactics will be deployed by the cabin crew to ensure the first-timers comply with safety rules?

    Posted by kuailai99, Replies: 0, Views: 272.
 
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