From July 1 to July 3, at different times of the day, the car of the information and analytical agency Telecom Daily traveled around St. Petersburg at an average speed of 30 km / h and measured the speed of access to the Iota network. The route was more than 200 kilometers. Under the cut, an interested habraiser will see a real
coverage map and find out if the game is worth the candle for specifically his home or office. On the methodology of the study - also there.
- average speed in Petersburg: 3.7 megabits per second
- peak speed - 10.4 megabits per secondWhere Yota in Petersburg catches well:
in the South-West (near Leninsky Prospect and Stachek Ave.) and in the North-East (near Rustaveli St.).Where Yota in Petersburg catches badly:
in the metro area pl. Courage
According to IAA Telecom Daily, there are now approximately 860,000 active mobile broadband Internet subscribers in St. Petersburg using USB modems.
Research methodology for the most technically savvy :)
The study used a modem and a measuring complex TEMS Invetigation
8.2.5. The modem was installed inside the car without the use of external antennas.
The following network performance indicators were investigated:
- RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication) - Coverage
- CINR (Carrier to Interference + Noise Ratio) - Quality
- DL - Download speed of data to the user
A city map for DL is attached. Blue color corresponds to the best indicator, red - to the worst.
Source: Telecom Daily