You might try Snappy Driver Installer Origin. (https://sourceforge.net/projects/snappy-driver-installer-origin/). Some people don’t feel comfortable using this product, but it is an open source version of a similar product (I use the non open-sourced version).
It draws on a large collection of drivers which are compatible with the Hardware ID of your devices, and I’ve had success finding rare drivers this way which I didn’t know existed and I didn’t think would be compatible. It provides the OS compatible such as 10.0.162xxx, which is a number I’m just throwing out there but is pretty similar to the 1607 build. You would look for NT 10.0.0 without any large number after it (indicating Windows 10 1507/1511), or lower.
I have used these tools at least a dozen times with success. You will encounter a drop down list of drivers for each device, each driver matching the Hardware ID, but having different OS requirements. It’s worth it to look through the different options.
That Qualcomm adapter has drivers going back to 2015, including drivers for Windows 7. There is a pretty strong chance in my opinion that there is a driver which will work in 1507/1511. They would have to have released a Windows 10 driver for Windows 10 products available at that time and it is likely to be archived somewhere.