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Author Topic: Signal attenuation Vs. Line attenuation  (Read 9916 times)

snadge

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Re: Signal attenuation Vs. Line attenuation
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2012, 03:20:42 PM »

@ eric - ...I thought my "easy to understand" explanation was easy enough to understand...lol  LINE ATTEN = Line Conditions/Quality / SIGNAL ATTEN = Signal Conditions/Quality over the line, well done supplying that link...another great DSL website whirlpools

@ c6em - I did not know that..thanks for telling me..I love it when i learn something new about DSL :)

@ kezzaman - are you trying to say is it possible that too little or too much output power on your upstream might be causing over-active bit-swapping on said channel? possibly... I dont think thats whats happening here though..but i could be wrong
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