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Modification antenna huawei e8378ws-210

Hi,
this is the huawei router e8378ws-210, it works with a sim data for Wifi connection.
Inside it has an antenna for the 4g signal.
Is it possible to solder a coaxial cable for connecting an external antenna in order to improve 
the 4g signal?
Thanks

 

 

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2 + 2 antennas

2-Supports LTE FDD Band 3/7 (1800/2600 MHz) and TDD LTE Band 38 (2600 MHz

2= Supports 3G UMTS 900/2100 MHz

 

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,,,, external antennas with Pigtail cable can be attached in the "P" points

 

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the antennas are glued on top of each black plastic support and are covered with a black adhesive tape.
You can see the shape of the antenna if the photo has been taken against the light.
Under the plastic supports there are the connectors, when the board will be inserted into the plastic supports 
they will match with the connectors of the board.

 

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The external antennas can be connected using the coaxial cable as below....

 

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Ok, thank you.
I have thinked about it and I want to try to connect an antenna like a wifi gun home made. For example:

 

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When I complete the work I will post the images.
I would also like to report the gain but unfortunately the control panel of the router has only the graphic mode.

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