Currently, high-performance WLAN technologies are being introduced in the market. The IEEE 802.11ac Wave2 standard offers greatly higher performance such as 4x4 MIMO, Beamforming, a very high throughput frame in the MAC-layer, an 8-fold modulation process 256-QAM (to code rate 5/6) and up to 160 MHz channel bandwidth. In terms of calculation, this means a maximum gross bit rate (peak rate) of almost 3.5 GBit/s; the actual net data rates, however, also exceed the Gigabit/second threshold. The IRT regularly conducts MIMO and performance measurements of new 11ac-standardised products including TCP, UDP and RTP parameters such as throughput, jitter, delay and lost packets in video streaming. In the case of multi-parallel video streams transmitted via unicasts and a test access point, the playout quality can be assessed based on subjective evaluation.