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mtnltriband

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Dear Coolbuddy,First of all sorry to take your valuable time.But please go ahead and take a moment to read and reply my message.Do SNR margin Attenuation change?? or they are static forever from the day of installtion.My attenuation has shooted up to 40 earlier it was low.I want to know why it has shooted up and what are the consequences of shooting up.How will it effect me.Right now the statistic are as below: Downstream UpstreamSNR Margin (dB): 29.9 23.0 Attenuation (dB): 40.0 24.5 Output Power (dBm): 3.5 0.2 Attainable Rate (Kbps): 8000 1120 Please analyse the above statistic and help me out.I would be highly greatful for your help.Thanks,
 
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SuperSaiyan

If it's specifically for coolbuddy You could have Pmed Him...You are qualified for Pming i guess....
 

sanke1

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But why coolbuddy only ????Are others not so enlightened ?
 


mtnltriband

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any one in forum can help me :D as far as it solves my purpose I dont mind who answers it.Since it was coolbuddy who wrote abt this SNR etc I wanted to attract his attention.BTW, coolbuddy and other members please try to answer the post
 

sanke1

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Attenuation means the disturbance in ur line developed due to the distance betn ur home and local exchange. It can make connection unreliable and slow if that number goes over 60This might be due to some wiring work in progress.Ur Splitter not installed correctly.Some magnetic or unwanted disturbances (Birds sittin and shittin on wire exposed to air) Thats unlikely.And last but not the least Congrats "Your exchange has just moved to some better place searchin for some greener pastures"
 


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You stole my words sanke1 ...I didn't wanted to get yelled again like "did i asked for help from you" so i remained silent lol :p
 

cyberwiz

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mtnltriband..ur question is answered in the post itself by coolbuddy

SNR Margin - This is a measure (in dB) of how good your data signal is. Higher numbers are better. If this number drops below 6, you'll start to have sync problems.

Attenuation - Measures (in dB) how much signal loss there is on the line - this should be a low number and in any case should be no more than around 60-65 dB.

for a moment i thought u had faxed this post :p
 

chicmagnet

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man my line attenuation is around 52 stable now.. :( . sucks!!..my snr margin has dropped to a pathetic low of 13 :( .. again sucks.. cant figure out a way to do anything abt it .. and again.. sucks!sheesh