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Leo Vegoda
I like the idea of WiFi measurements. There are many non-WiFi devices that interfere with the spectrum available to wireless networks, such as baby monitors. Also, some neighbourhoods has such a high density of wireless networks that the quality of the connection is impacted and throughput is very low. The ability to connect to both the wireless and wired networks for a single Internet connection would be helpful in gaining a statistically meaningful set of measurements that could help drive improvements in people's actual experience of the Internet when using a WiFi only device.