First of all, thank you for responding so fast. I only signed up last night!
I am impressed that it is a one-man show and that you have such an interest and understand and why it is such an effort with such an important issue.
I question things because I am an IT support person and with so many differences in results, it has to be looked at and I am fed up with the re-occuring internet issues that never get resolved.
I also always ask for the same COX techs to come back If I think they are better, and not always get different sub-contractors who all have different training, experts, and don't fix the long-term re-occuring issues.
I did find some interesting reading in your forum about how some fixes to try to compensate for deficiencies can actually harm you later when signals are back up to par which I doubt they have been for me. I don't know what my true results should have been in the past because I was using systems that don't have a "reliability rating".
The COX tech was over yesterday and said that I had one of their latest modems, the Mototola SB6180 which he personally said was not such a great "retail modem" anyway, and is only IPV4-Compatible and they are going to upgrade to IPV6 so it will be obsoleted.
On thing the tech tech did mention and did to my Cox Cable Box is adding a filter on the connection of the new Cox digital box to reduce noise feedback from those devices but i forgot to mention that we have 2 more of those new cox digital boxes they issued last year.
I do have an older CISCO WRT320N wireless router which I did bypass and still did not have good results with your tests.
I am replacing both devices and am waiting for a new Arris SB6900-AC modem/router combo which seems to have some great reviews and specs to replace both devices. (Best price currently at Newegg.com).
My system is a custom-built, fanless, not liquid cooled, and air-cooled power house which I built myself because of my audio/broadcast needs for a silent environment and has plenty of processing power and connection speed at all levels.
You should try to get on a morning news show like Good Morning America and be ready to present in a way the general population can understand why the other system test results are so misleading.
We also have a Connecticut State Senator Richard Blumenthal, who used to be the state attorney, and is a very active consumer advocate to see if you can connect with him and spark some interest in his involvement in establishing your platform as a standard for testing. That might then spark interest in other volunteering and participating and maybe investors... who knows.