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    noise margin drop

    This is a discussion on noise margin drop within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; well as i said i have one working socket which must be the master socket as thats the only one ...

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      Re: noise margin drop

      well as i said i have one working socket which must be the master socket as thats the only one that works right? i have been looking over the telephone line in my house and its all messed up. There are wires going everywere, spliters its all messed up :S But why did u make me do that test with the telepone if even that i heard no boise i have a noise problem ? :S sorry but i really dont get it :S


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      Re: noise margin drop

      But why did u make me do that test with the telepone if even that i heard no boise i have a noise problem ?
      The voice and ADSL signals use different frequencies, but if there is noise on the voice line it usually means a fault on the line which can effect the broadband. Getting this fixed usually improves the broadband. Unfortunately it is possible to have a clear voice line and still have noise on the ADSL signal, which is much more difficult, if not impossible to fix.

      If your internal wiring is a mess that is probably the source of your problem. Even if the wiring is not connected to a socket, it can act like an aerial and pick up interference. If at all possible you should go back to the the first socket on your incoming line and remove all the wires from it except the main incoming wires. This will give you the best chance of getting a clean connection.

      TomD


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      Useful Utilites

      http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wifi_information_view.html/ TCPOptimiser /Test Socket

      Note - When downloading always select the Custom install or you will end up with stuff you don't want.





     

     
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