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Mobile Web Site Performances Analyser Report - Wireless Networks

Alpha version 1.0 — Sunday 3rd August 2008: initial version
Alpha version 1.1 — Sunday 7th September 2008: take two, added User-agent picker
please report bugs and suggestions (see contact link at the bottom of the page)



New! Test the performance of your site on all wired and wireless networks available in the World:

http://




Browsers 
Mobiles 
SE Bots 
Proxy 
Spamers 
Bookmarks 

Summary Analysis

With ADSL or hi-speed connection, your Web site is considered as good

Total downloaded size: 12.09 Kb
Total download time: 0.1 s
Total, actual download speed: 737.60 Kibit/s (94.41 Kb/s)
1 requests performed.
See detailed telnet analysis of your Web site with browseAs.com

xHTML Analysis

xHTML document size: 10.89 Kb, 94.4 % of the request size (HTTP GET)
Number of linked assets: 0
   

Estimated download time on all networks

Your Page Estimated Download Time
Your site performances on CSD (GSM)
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9.1 s
.
Network delay: 9.1 s
Your site performances on HSCSD
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. 1.8 s
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Network delay, best case: 1.5 s, worst case:2.2 s
Your site performances on GPRS
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. 1.9 s
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Network delay, best case: 1.1 s, worst case:2.7 s
Your site performances on EDGE
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. 1.4 s
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Network delay, best case: 0.4 s, worst case:2.4 s
Your site performances on UMTS
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. 0.4 s
.
Network delay, best case: 0.2 s, worst case:0.7 s
Your site performances on HSDPA
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. 0.1 s
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Network delay: 5.8 ms
Your site performances on HSUPA
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. 0.1 s
.
Network delay: 0.01 s
Your site performances on WIFI/b
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. 0.1 s
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Network delay: 7.6 ms
Your site performances on WIFI/g
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. 0.1 s
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Network delay: 1.5 ms
Your site performances on WIFI/n
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. 0.1 s
.
Network delay: 0.1 ms
Your site performances on WIFI/n
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. 0.1 s
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Network delay: 0.1 ms

A Range of Wireless Radio Networks

The GSM was designed to enable voice call in a mobile environment. Though it was originally designed to transport voice numerically — that is the analogic wave of the sounds produced by the voice is transformed into numeric values and then lossy compressed in realtime — the transport of data was not envisaged. Only short messages (SMS) was there from the beginning though commercial application arrived few years later.

Transporting pure data require many features from a network in order to expose low latency and high bandwith. These features were absent at the beginning. Nevertheless, early modification at software level enabled data exchange over the radio network. But it was very slow. Additionally, it suffered from the fact that once connected, you were charged by the operator whatever you exchange data or not: this is due to the airtime consumption of the "call".
The first real data bearer technology was GPRS network. It brought speed and users are charged only for the amount of data transported over the network.

Since then, successive improvements of the network technology — radio, hardware and software — brought continuous performances improvements and usability.

Networks Performances

Below is the list of all exiting network technologies and the performance you can expect in the real life.

Name G Bandwidth Comments Protocol Latency
CSD (GSM): Circuit Switched Data 2G 9.6kb/s N/A†
HSCSD: High Speed Circuit Switched Data 2G 14.4—56.6kb/s‡ N/A†
GPRS: General Packet Radio Service 2.5G 30—60Kb/s‡ Commercially appeared in 1997 —Establishing connection takes up to 3 seconds once. Subsequent connections won't suffer from this additionnal latency.
GPRS is very sensible to network conditions and dramatically suffer from busy cells
HTTP2400 ms (one can have 15s with bad network conditions)
TCP1200 ms
UDP200 ms
EDGE: Enhanced Data GSM Environment 2.5G+ 236.8 kbit/s‡ HTTPN/A†
TCPN/A†
UDPN/A†
UMTS: Universal Mobile Telecommunications System 3G up to 384Kb/s Commercially appeared in 2005 HTTP1200 ms
TCP600 ms
UDP100 ms
HSDPA: High Speed Downlink Packet Access 3.5G from 1.8Mb/s downlink, (384Kb/s uplink) up to 14.4Mb/s Commercially appeared in 2006 HTTP200 ms
TCP100 ms
UDPN/A†
HSUPA: High Speed Uplink Packet Access 3.75G up to 5.76Mb/s uplink (up to 14.4Mb/s downlink) Will probably commercially appear in 2007 or 2008 HTTPN/A†
TCPN/A†
UDPN/A†
4G 4G downlink up to 100Mb/s, downlink up to 50Mb/s N/A†
† Information not available at the moment ‡ Maximum given for 4 timeslot
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