Netis PL7500 Kit AV500 Powerline Adapter Kit Review

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PCMark: UDP Performance


The PassMark Advanced Network Test, a part of PerformanceTest, is designed to test the data transfer rate between two computers both of which must be running PerformanceTest. One of the computers acts as the server and will wait for a connection while the other computer acts as a client.

Fixed Block Size

To test the maximum throughput speed that a wireless connection can handle, a fixed block size of 16384 Bytes is sent from the client to the server over a period of five minutes. The higher block size will allow the transfer rate to stay as high as possible – in the same way that large files transfer from one drive to another quicker than lots of small files of the same total size.

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Netis_PL7500_Kit-Chart-UDP_fixed

Variable Packet Size

In a real world situation, the blocks of data that pass through a wireless adaptor are not of the same size each time, so to give a more realistic impression of how an adaptor performs, the adaptor is once again tested at each range for a period of five minutes. This time however, the block size will vary from 32 Bytes up to 16384 Bytes in increasing steps of 148.7 Bytes each time.

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Netis_PL7500_Kit-Chart-UDP_variable

Verdict

The UDP protocol showed us some better figures and most tests reached close to the 100Mbps that our plugs can perform with. 95Mbps is a good result here.

Article Index

  1. Introduction and Specifications
  2. Software
  3. Test Method and Utility
  4. PCMark: TCP Performance
  5. PCMark: UDP Performance
  6. Final Thoughts
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