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Message 11 of 17

Re: AC line balance

you have replied to a 2 year old post!



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Message 12 of 17

Re: AC line balance

Thx BroadBandSpecialist ......

 

From the horse's mouth ....

 

Makes you wonder whether this little-mentioned commodity is having adverse effects to many lines that we see ....

 

And which appear to be .... at the onset, troublesome to solve.   😉

 

(even though a full jdsu line test should show it up)

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Message 13 of 17

Re: AC line balance


@imjolly wrote:

you have replied to a 2 year old post!


It matters not Don .... it hasn't gone away any (in my opinion)  😉

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Message 14 of 17

Re: AC line balance

It matters only that the originator has had problem solved - I agree doesn't detract for post just must have taken some digging



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Message 15 of 17

Re: AC line balance


@BroadBandSpecialist wrote:

Im a broadband engineer and i know only too well how AC balance can affect Broadband. characteristics are intermittent sync which occours randomly. AC balance is measured in dB and it is the ability that the copper pair has to resist an Induced signal and its ability to hold a steady DSL connection. if a line has had a line lest and there are no contitions on the line i.e No battery or earth contact then the AC balance should be the deciding factor (excluding line length) a poor AC is <50dB a good AC is >60dB.

hope this helps!


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Message 16 of 17

Re: AC line balance


@imjolly wrote:

It matters only that the originator has had problem solved - I agree doesn't detract for post just must have taken some digging


Not necessarily ..... (digging)

 

It's what search engines do best ..... especially if someone searches the subject.

 

And also a reason I've complained in the past about rubbish posts .... they all go in the public domain.   😉

 

You have to remember, all the posts on this forum are for the future as well as the present.... even though their origins

 

MAY lie in the past.   🙂

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