Can I use a 2.4 GHz rated parabolic MIMO antenna for 700 MHz Verizon 4G LTE data?
It seems 700 MHz are a long ways from the range of a 2.4 GHz antenna, but I have seen people marketing similar looking parabolic antennas that claim they are wide spectrum and go down to 600 Mhz and up to 5GHz... I'm just not sure at what attenuation though?
Will the same Verizon tower switch me from 700 MHz to one of their higher frequencies with better reception?
Verizon Wireless appears to utilize multiple 4G LTE frequencies like 2.1 GHz, 1.9 GHz, 1.7 GHz, 850 MHz, and 700 MHz. I don't know if they would they would responsively switch me from 700 MHz to a higher frequency if my signal improves though as some people report??? This would be important if I need an antenna that capable of working from 700 MHz to 2.1 GHz.
How I know the band I'm using: I used my iPhone to figure out I'm using band 13 for communication with my local Verizon tower, which is 700 Mhz by following these direction. I have LTE data miles away from the tower but it's not a good connection so I'm looking to get a highly directional antenna for my JetPack 7730L.
Specific use case
Here's the 900mm-wide (about 3 feet) parabolic antenna I'm looking at so you can have a specific example to pick on.
Added 2020-01-28: I did my own test to see if Verizon switches bands based on signal quality. You can see the video here.