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How is download speed calculated?

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Are the TiP measurements averaged, or is the size of the download divided by the time the test took to complete?


TiP measurements are times taken while the test is running.  So the 10% TiP for instance you're measuring the time from start to 10%.


Example from your results ::




So, at 10% you downloaded 20 MB and you did it in 7.32 seconds so your speed is 23.96 Mbps.  They are sub-times but in the end those times do not affect the overall result, they're a reference and aid to help you understand how the test data flowed.

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