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Whats the maximum MBIT/S the OnePlus One can get?

  1. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 19, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 19, 2014 :
    I just received my OPO and I connect it to a Fritzbox 7490??

    it only gets 150mbps connection?

    Why? It says it has AC standard so it should get way more?

    Other devices connected to the Fritzbox got 300mbps and more

    can anyone show me what wifi signals they get with their OPO?
     

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  2. Mark Joseph
    Jelly Bean Jul 19, 2014


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  3. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2014


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  4. AbuKole
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2014

    AbuKole , Jul 19, 2014 :
    A) Is it a problem with your router settings or the fact that your ISP doesn't provide more than 150MBps?
    B) What on earth do you need more than 150MBps on your PHONE for?
     

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  5. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 19, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 19, 2014 :
    It is no problem with my router, see original post. I know it has LTE. It doesn't matter what I need it for, I asked a simple question. OnePlus sells a phone that has the AC standard which my hardware supports and other devices can receive, while my OPO just connects with 150mbs. I ask how do I get higher speeds, simple question.

    It doesn't matter if my ISP provides 150mbits or not. (Actually he provides 300mbits) since I want to share files fast between devices over wifi.
     

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  6. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2014

    PDbPP , Jul 19, 2014 :
    Sorry, I thought it had wireless n only my mistake.
    Is it an issue of what bands the OPO can connect to?
     

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  7. dli7319
    Honeycomb Jul 19, 2014

    dli7319 , Jul 19, 2014 :
    First, 8 Megabits = 1 Megabyte
    What you are seeing is the connection speed, the maximum theoretical speed between your phone and your router. Actual speed is usually about half due to overhead. It is even less if there is more interference.
    The OnePlus One has wireless AC but not 1300 Mbits/s
    1300 Mbits/s is limited to high end routers and wireless adapters such as the ASUS PCE-AC68
    Handhelds such as the OnePlus One use only 1 stream, far from the max supported of 8 spatical streams in the wireless AC spec which allows for 1300 Mbits/s, thus they are limited in their throughput
    However, 150 Mbits/s link speed sounds like Wireless N
    AC should be ~433 Mbits/s
     
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  8. bjinko
    Froyo Jul 19, 2014

    bjinko , Jul 19, 2014 :
    Wireless is not very stable and the speeds can fluctuate incredibly much depending on various factors such as other users on another network, microwaves and wireless home phones.

    Did you stand in the same place when you did the tests? And if so did you do it on ruffly the same time?

    Further more the problem with the AC-standard is the high frequency it uses, it allows higher bandwidth but the range gets lower as well. Anything over 100Mbit/s on WIFI is good if you live in a city.
     

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  9. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 19, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 19, 2014 :
    I do not live in a city and I did the test at the same place the OPO lying on my laptop standing in front of my desktop where the OPO had the worst downspeed.
     

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  10. mattc
    Jelly Bean Jul 19, 2014

    mattc , Jul 19, 2014 :
    Did you check if your router associates your phone with the 2.4 or 5 frequency?
     

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  11. bjinko
    Froyo Jul 19, 2014

    bjinko , Jul 19, 2014 :
    Well mobile devices can't fit big antennas like a laptop that usually have an antenna around the screen. Therefore the range is not as good and thus the transfer speed won't be as high.
     

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  12. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 19, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 19, 2014 :
    5GHZ
     

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  13. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2014

    PDbPP , Jul 19, 2014 :
    AC can only connect on 5ghz, 2.4ghz is not an option.
    I assume you're testing theoretical speed and not real speed, please let me know if this isn't the case.
     

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  14. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 19, 2014

    PDbPP , Jul 19, 2014 :
    He is probably looking for high speed internal network transfer.
     

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  15. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 19, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 19, 2014 :
    Correct.
     

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  16. Arfir98
    Honeycomb Jul 19, 2014

    Arfir98 , Jul 19, 2014 :
    I
    have 10 lol...
     

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  17. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 20, 2014


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  18. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2014

    PDbPP , Jul 20, 2014 :
    Have you verified that you are connecting on A/C and not N? If you don't have network testing apps you could do this by disabling all non-A/C broadcasts and seeing if your OPO can connect to A/C.
     

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  19. Ausgelebt
    Cupcake Jul 20, 2014

    Ausgelebt , Jul 20, 2014 :
    Yep, as stated above other devices work fine. I think the OPO just can't handle more than 150mbps, which is kinda eh :/ when promoting wifi AC
     

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  20. PDbPP
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2014

    PDbPP , Jul 20, 2014 :
    That was not my question. Are you sure your OPO is connecting via A/C and not actually connecting on a dual band N that your router is broadcasting?
     

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