Looking around I'm struggling to find much information on what signal strength/quality is good or bad for 4g broadband services.
Heres mine on Three with a B535 router (with 2 antenna in the back). I constantly get 5/5 bars of signal strength on the front of the router. As the crow flies I'm 300 yards from 2 masts.
Wireless transmit power
PPusch:2dBm PPucch:-13dBm PSrs:0dBm PPrach:-1dBm
Uplink mod/demod of MCS
Downlink mod/demod of MCS
I'm averaging 25-30Mb/s for most of the day, it drops to around 10Mb/s at peak times and can top out at up to 90Mb/s in the dead of night.
I'm fairly certain the download speeds I get are more down to bandwidth availability than signal, but if someone could explain what it all means it'd be much appreciated!