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Message 21 of 40

Re: BT Reveals UK FTTC Self Installation and Vectoring Broadband Trials

Hi John,

 

Yes understood, but my point is that an engineer would still need to be within walking distance of the customer. I supose its no different to how an engineer would of needed to to connect a user to the DSLAM in the exchange when ADSL was enabled.

 

I suspect the engineer would be able to connect several users all at once in an hour instead of having to visit each one.

 

 

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Message 22 of 40

Re: BT Reveals UK FTTC Self Installation and Vectoring Broadband Trials

yes the major time saver is they can do multiple cab links in the time spent doing one install there fore more customers on line per day
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Re: BT Reveals UK FTTC Self Installation and Vectoring Broadband Trials


@ryant704 wrote:

1200+ when it hits top ADSL speeds.


Given that 90% of telephone lines have 1000m or less of cable to their street cabinet, I'm happy to class more than 500m as long.

 

What percentage of lines have 1200m or more of cable to their cabinet?

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@legitimise_sailing wrote:

@ryant704 wrote:

1200+ when it hits top ADSL speeds.


Given that 90% of telephone lines have 1000m or less of cable to their street cabinet, I'm happy to class more than 1000m as long.

 

What percentage of lines have 1200m or more of cable to their cabinet?


A very high percentage where I live, rural 🙂

 

You also said earlier "That's untrue, quite the opposite in fact." which is totally untrue as I stated shorter - medium will get the majority of the benefits.

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@ryant704 wrote:

@legitimise_sailing wrote:

@ryant704 wrote:

1200+ when it hits top ADSL speeds.


Given that 90% of telephone lines have 1000m or less of cable to their street cabinet, I'm happy to class more than 500m as long.

 

What percentage of lines have 1200m or more of cable to their cabinet?


A very high percentage where I live, rural 🙂

 

You also said earlier "That's untrue, quite the opposite in fact." which is totally untrue as I stated shorter - medium will get the majority of the benefits.


Lol, what I meant to say is that >1000m is really too long for VDSL2 as you are finding out.

 

I'd class above 500m as a long line for VDSL2, a short line up to 200m like mine and 200-500m as medium. I'd still expect long lines to benefit more from vectoring as the opportunities for crosstalk increase with distance.

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How am I finding out? 

 

I'm happy with the speed I get on the length of my line... And the quality which is non-existent. It's nice to see you type your answers based on opinion and not provided Information.

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Would ADSL2+ perform better for you?
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@legitimise_sailing wrote:
Would ADSL2+ perform better for you?

No I would get 2Mbps...

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You must have a very long line, lots of opportunity for noise, crosstalk and faults.

Interesting graph here

 

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I'm just going to stop replying before I write somthing that I'm going to regret.

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