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Unite Pro Signal Strength (dBm)

I just received a Unite Pro hotspot and excepted to find some diagnostic section or any details on my connection, from web or the device.  I purchased a compatible antenna before even receiving this hotspot and would like to see a good before and after to gauge whether it's helped.

 

Unfortunately I cannot find any diagnostic section which displays signal in dBm, like on T-mobile hotspots or Verizon jetpacks.

 

Is this information hiding out somewhere (if so, where?)  Thanks a bunch!

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ACE - Expert

Re: Unite Pro Signal Strength (dBm)

I don't know if your solution is in here, but happy hunting....

http://www.att.com/devicehowto/?make=att&model=unite#fbid=QNvJP2TI-TH
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Re: Unite Pro Signal Strength (dBm)

Unfortunately the solution isn't there, scoured it. Only discusses gauging
signal by the bars on the screen (pretty coarse measurement). I did find
some readings in the 'About' section of the web setup page for the hotspot,
RSRP and RSRQ. I guess that'll do, I observed a decrease of 5 testing with
the antenna (several tests to make sure it was more than just coincidence)
but am yet to mount the antenna to a large grounding plane (top of car).
Tests done with a large metal mixing bowl to satisfy the magnetic antenna,
but it should work out okay.

Mods feel free to mark this as a solution and close, as it'll give other
users some gauge of signal strength/quality greater than some tiny bars on
the screen. Understanding RSRP/RSRQ to some degree is a google search away.
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Tutor

Re: Unite Pro Signal Strength (dBm)

Log on to your router page...http://192.168.1.1 when connected to your unite wifi.

choose about! there u go!

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