Speedtests at Football Grounds
The purpose of this page is to give an idea of Speedtest using a 3G/4G dongle at football grounds we attend.
While we are streaming it all depends on the signal reception and quality.
Ayr United - 1st October 2016 - 20.32 Mbps. Good stream
East End Park - 10th Dec 2016 - 30Mbps down 7.8Mbps up
Dundee United - 8th Nov 2016 - 36 Mbps upload
St Mirren - 19 Nov 2016 - 1 4Mbps uploadgood stream
East End Park 16th Feb 2017(non match day - weather ok)
Asus Phone at shop - download 1.5Mbps Upload 0.5Mbps
Asus Phone at Gantry - download 10Mbps Uplaod 13Mbps
Macbook DAFC public wifi - download 30MBps Upload 4Mbps
Macbook EE Dongle - download 35MBps Upload 5Mbps
Macbook on LAN in office - download 36MBps Upload 2.6Mbps
East End Park non match day 2nd Mar 2017both done on macbook
EE Dongle - download 36.48 Mbps Upload 30.06 Mbps
Asus Phone - download15.57 Mbps Upload 12.41Mbps
East End Park 3rd Mar 20172pm - 19Mbps download 23Mbps upload
was about 6Mbps around kick off - stream worked good.
East End Park 8th Mar 2017
pre match18Mbps upload 12 Mbps download
during match 16Mbps download 19 Mbps upload
East End Park 18th Mar 2017
pre match14bps upload 13 Mbps download
14.15 20Mbps download 9 Mbps upload
Dunfermline are at home to Ayr United on Saturday. We will be doing a Video and Audio stream this week.
Further testing will be done during the week to ensure that all the equipment is functional.
We apologise for lack of video again last weekend.
The ParsTV stream on saturday will be audio only. We apologise for this. You will be able to select the video option but there will only be audio.
We have now resolved the issues we had recently but feel that we should concentrate audio only while away at St Mirren and will have fuill service at the next home game.
Dunfermline entertain Queen of the South in the rearranged match. Pars fans will be hoping for the same level of entertainment as Saturday.
The stream against Dumbarton was good after the issues at the two previous games.