What? Usage equates to usage. Peak usage times can equate to lower speeds. It has nothing to do with daytime hours or nighttime hours. The majority of the peak usage is in early/late evening and mid morning.
You post was about signals, which has zip to do with speed, unless your signal drops below the low thirties, at which point you will go from full available speed at the time to zero speed.
Maximum burst speeds are dynamic, and will vary wildly from moment to moment.......and will vary from site to site. Some sites contain quite a bit more data to download than others (ie Facebook) and take longer.
"Quantum computing is near, China is successfully working with it. It is satellite which I am referring to with such speeds that would make your head spin."
That is truly wonderful.
In the meantime "dance with the one that done brung ya".
Wishful thinking at this point.
If you have only one ISP option then you have to learn how to get the most from what you have at the time.