RUTX50 modem has a limit of 100Mbps?

[/dev/cdc-wdm0] Device capabilities retrieved:
Max TX channel rate: ‘50000000’
Max RX channel rate: ‘100000000’
Data Service: ‘non-simultaneous-cs-ps’
SIM: ‘supported’
Networks: ‘umts, lte, 5gnr’

RX channel show me a MAX rate of 100 megabits per second on the modem device in my RUTX50.

Can someone from Teltonika or any other please explain this to me ?
I expected 5G speeds.

I got data from CLI using two different commands
uqmi -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 --get-capabilities
qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --dms-get-capabilities. (on included by teltonika but needed to install from openwrt)


This seems to be a visualization issue with the uqmi, as the internal modem is connected via USB 3.0 interface and does support much higher speeds than 100Mbps.
Could you clarify what speeds you are actually getting when running speed tests with a 5G-capable SIM? Could you also share the signal parameters of your device?
Make sure to perform tests on a LAN device (e.g. computer) and not on the router itself, as that may affect the performance figures.

Best regards,

Yes just a visual problem with uqmi. I can download faster.

(I tried to update uqmi to latest version from OpenWRT but that broke the router functionality , so I guess Teltonika have made some own modifications and using uqmi for critical functionality.
I reflashed with latest firmware to fix the router after)

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