We create mobile network coverage performance maps across the UK. These continuously monitor and check the quality of the nation's 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G networks. Streetwave provides coverage, speed and phone signal quality insights for all major operators including EE, O2, Three and Vodafone. u003cbru003e
Our spectrum mapping collects and visualises data along nearly every postcode and address within the areas we map each week.
NETWORK QUALITY MEASUREMENTS
Can I make phone calls?
Can I send and receive email?
Can I browse the internet?
Can I do HD video streaming?
Other metrics also available & visualised
Benefit from accurate and true measurements of mobile network coverage to help effectively plan, develop and position new physical and digital infrastructure
Understand how the mobile phone networks vary in performance across your areas of interest
Mobile Network Comparisons
Contrast operator’s networks to see which has the best wireless connectivity in your area
Highlight where 4G and 5G coverage improvements are being made across different locations
Identify improvements and deteriorations in the mobile networks over time
Visualise how many operators offer coverage in any given area
EXTERNAL DATA SETS
Compare mobile coverage data with other datasets like fixed line broadband availability to draw extra insights
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We're actively working with councils and telcos to create the world's most accurate, geographically comprehensive and up-to-date mobile coverage maps.
Working in collaboration with us, we will map the signal strength of areas that interest you, examining the mobile network bands in an easy-to-understand manner.
Register your interest in Streetwave, we’ll organise a call when you are free to see how we can work together to accelerate and deliver digital connectivity improvements for your organisation and wider society with our data-driven insights.
Visualise and Understand Mobile Coverage
Analyse the performance of mobile networks through Streetwave’s data insights and coverage maps