Getting information about the quality of the network is important, but in most tools very complicated. Atlas shows this in an easy way, with the Q-Factor (Quality Factor), which is shown on the dashboard. The Q-Factor is a weighted algorithm used to give a score about the quality of the network. The Q-factor is built up from all connected devices in the network, but there is also a Q-Factor included for individual devices, allowing for quick identification of devices that could be failing. The network link-load is used to determine the value. In general, the lower the load, the higher the number.
- Scoring mechanism
- Determining by weighted algorithm
- Automotive and absolute standard
- Traffic light feature