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This paper discusses the comparison of service quality between HTTP protocol and MQTT protocol implemented using internet of things to research on soil moisture around plants, quality of service compared to delay, jitter, throughput and packet loss. In this study the results showed that the HTTP and MQTT protocols have an average delay value below 150 or 63 ms. HTTP has an average jitter value between 0 -62 ms, while MQTT has a jitter range value of between 0 -16 ms. Whereas the HTTP throughputdoi:10.33387/protk.v7i2.1658 fatcat:atqeoqd57jeudg7g4ljkvdsdqe