Took a little poking around finding it, but numbers doesn't look bad. But, worryingly they are somewhat inconsistent:
On five tests, done sequentially within a 4-5 minute window:
Download: 30.66 / 5.78 / 3.51 / 4.29 / 3.87 Mbit/s
Latency: 6.20 / 8.85 / 5.14 / 12.13 / 16.21 mS
Jitter: 3.54 / 10.28 / 9.79 / 69.44 / 121.26 mS
Making the phone rest for 5 minutes, then re-testing consistently gives results like the very first test (over 30 Mbit/s). So I'm not sure what to think...
Samsung S9, Android 9, patch level Nov. 1, 2019.
I'm using my phone for evaluating if Channels is the right solution to replace my MCE7 now Microsoft is, very unfortunately, ending support by the end of the year.
The server seem to work great, both OTA and TVE. But I'm still on the fence with the client, both given the performance issues I'm seeing here, but also no Windows client or Chromecast support, and the much too spartan guide provided by HD Homerun.
But I'm taking one thing at time, so making it work smooth on my Android device would be a very good first step.
Update: Reducing the streaming quality to 720p / 3Mbit/s does seem to make it significantly smoother. Still slightly laggy but definitely much better.
In a permanent setup I'd want to use a wired Gbit connection to the client (or run the client directly on the server, if I can find one that supports the MCE remote control), which would probably bring the performance over the finish line.
The DVR is on a Gbit wired connection to the access point.
The WiFi speed is a little surprising, I'll admit. Not sure what's going on there; I'll investigate. Access points are Linksys EA6400 and while old, they should still perform better than that if there's no bottleneck in the client.