St. Petersburg mobile Internet in numbers and areas
From July 1 to July 3, at different times of the day, the car of the Telecom Daily information and analytical agency 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 over 200 kilometers. Under the cut, an interested habruiser will see a real coverage map and find out if the game is worth the candle for his particular home or office. About the research methodology - there too.
- average speed in St. Petersburg: 3.7 megabits per second
- peak speed - 10.4 megabits per second Where Iota catches well in St. Petersburg: in the South-West (in the area of Leninsky Prospect and etc. Stachek) and in the North-East (in the area of st. Rustaveli). Where Iota in St. Petersburg catches poorly: in the metro area pl. Courage. According to the IAA Telecom Daily, in St. Petersburg there are now approximately 860 thousand active subscribers of mobile broadband Internet using USB-modems.
Research technique for the most tech savvy :)
During the study, we used a modem and a measuring system 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 the DL indicator is attached. Blue is the best, red is the worst.
Source: Telecom Daily