Android also covers a large swath of very strong signal with just the highest bar indicator. In case you're not familiar, signal is usually measured in dBm. dBm is the power ratio in decibels of the radio power per one milliwatt. A signal of -60dBm is nearly perfect, and -112dBm is call-dropping bad.
In this manner, what is a good signal strength for LTE?
SINR/SNR – The signal-to-noise ratio of the given signal. RSRP – The average power received from a single Reference signal, and Its typical range is around -44dbm (good) to -140dbm(bad). RSRQ – Indicates quality of the received signal, and its range is typically -19.5dB(bad) to -3dB (good).
What is a good signal strength for 4g?
The 4G LTE Signal should be greater than -58 dBm (e.g. -32 dBm). A value of -96 dBm indicates no signal. If the signal is between -82 dBm and -96 dBm, move the device to an alternate location (preferably an outdoor location). The LTE SINR should be greater than 12.5.
How do I check my signal strength?
Dial *3001#12345#* and press the Call button. This will launch the Field Test Mode app and where the bars/dots were in the top left corner of the screen, you'll now see a negative number. The negative number is the decibel signal strength reading and should be followed by the carrier name and then the network type.