You might get 65 because your phone aggregates. It could be cat 6. Its difficult to know what bands to lock onto because they might be congested. The huawei E5186 locks to two bands and you can play around with locking software if it chooses the wrong ones. The brute force solution is the AC800.
However it would be possible to get 65 on the 1800 or 2600 band if the tower was uncongested.
Also the tower is only 100m away - line in sight.
iphone - full bars
E5186 - 2 bars (in web GUI 2 out of 5)
E5186 - why does it has 3 bars on the device and 5 in the GUI? Showing 2 on both?
|Web UI version:||16.100.02.00.03|
|WAN IP Address:||xxxxxxxxxxxx|
|LTE Band info:||40|
Band 40 is 2300Mhz, the Home Wireless TDD band, which is mostly download. CA is enabled, but it could be for 2 bands in 2300.
You need to use the band locking software on Whirlpool, to set it to 1800 and 2600, IF your tower has 2600.
acording to the link the tower across the road only has: 4G 1800MHz, 4G 2100MHz.
There is another tower about 1.5km away that has: 4G 700MHz, 4G 1800MHz, 4G 2100MHz, 4G 2300MHz, 4G 2600MHz
what is that software you are talking about?