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# 214668 23-May-2017 12:11
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Hi all,

 

Just interested to see what the Wireless signal strength reading is like in the Huawei but not sure which one is relevant, anyone know which one I should be looking at please.

 

I found this bit of info re the dBm 

 

4G/LTE (RSRP)

 

  • -50dBm to -90dBm strong signal (stronger signals are possible), fast data
  • -91dBm to -105dBm good signal, fast data
  • -106dBm to -112dBm fair signal, useful and reliable data speeds may be attained
  • -113dBm to -125dBm reliable data possible, performance may be slower, increased latency
  • -126dBm to -136dBm performance will drop dramatically
  • -136dBm to -140dBm – Disconnection

 

 

Setting from our Modem.

 

dBm

 

 

 

 


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  # 1786629 23-May-2017 12:39
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RSRP is the quality indicator for LTE networks.

 

http://www.cablefree.net/wirelesstechnology/4glte/rsrp-rsrq-measurement-lte/

 

If you wanted some further reading about it.








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  # 1786743 23-May-2017 13:56
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Thanks BarTender .... appreciated


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