Originally Posted by SamuraiBigEd
Personally, I am not impressed with the Airave or Airvana (current model) performance, I still drop calls left and right and the Airvana is sitting on the corner of my desk!
My business partner has an Airave home as and it isn't any better.
You might want to check what people in your area that are using them are experiencing as I hear reports ranging from "best thing since sliced bread" to "pure garbage".
I can totally see this.
I've found more consistency with my Airrave while having wi-fi on vs. not being on wi-fi. Since the airrave works off the router's signal, I tested that theory at home and it works every time I connect to a phone call. If I'm not on my wi-fi, there'll be times that the airrave cuts out half way through a long phone call.