Am with Sky Fibre Max 'up to 72 Mbps' - typically get around 52 Mbps.
Sky router located in my home office downstairs.
Have homeplugs located in home office, living room, 2 bedrooms upstairs and the garage (for NAS).
Have SkyQ box, with mini box in main bedroom upstairs - both boxes connect to network via home plugs.
Have several Amazon Echos around the house connecting via Wifi.
Son has XboxOne in bedroom (opposite corner to router) - connects by Homeplug (or Wifi).
Problem is that signal keeps dropping. We 'think' it is the broadband into the house.
Son keeps losing his connecting on Xbox - whether he is connected by Homeplug or Wifi.
I listen to the radio on Echo, and periodically it drops off .
If we test the broadband speed, it almost always displays the full 52-ish Mbps speed.
The issue is that it doesn't appear to be 'constant'.
How do I measure it...?
I 'think' I need an app (prefereably on ipad) where I can wander around the house and measure wifi speeds, and perhaps idendify hot/cold spots.
But I also need to leave it on so that I can meausre how 'constant' the connection is.
I'm not sure what else to do. If I contact Sky, they will just say broadband is fine - after all any spot check shows full 52Mbps.