How to identify base stations of mobile operators using wi-fi router?

I have a 4g wi-fi router from MTS and I would like to find the direction of base stations to improve signal quality. Is it possible to do this via wi-fi, what programs advise for determining signal quality and the search of base stations?
2 answers
July 8th 19 at 11:50
I think better in the MTS is ask to call tech support and say "the Quality of communication is poor, where my antenna for me to send?"
July 8th 19 at 11:52
I'm no expert, but I'm afraid that to find the base station which works at a frequency of from 800 to 2600 MHz, it is impossible by the receiver (wi-fi) which operates at a frequency of 2.4 GHz. Especially for determining the direction requires at least 2 devices exploded at some distance. The definition of "quality" when one device in any room will be incorrect, due to screening effects, reflections and signal interference. To search for base stations I think you should look for the map of the location of these stations. Google is very easy.
You do not understand, the router has a built-in 4g module, and wi-fi already gives Internet. Just modem there are programs that show the current communication quality and a specific cell for example. A wi-fi router via these programs are not working because they need the com ports. But the cards are hard to find, I live in Barnaul, and maps is almost there, only found opensignal but here's the problem, if you change the scale of the location and number of stations changed, which is very strange, and to trust that data is meaningless. - Rozell commented on July 8th 19 at 11:55

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