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    low noise dropouts.

    This is a discussion on low noise dropouts. within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; ADSL Link Downstream Upstream Connection Speed 10235 kbps 797 kbps Line Attenuation 38 db 19 db Noise Margin 2 db ...

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      low noise dropouts.

      ADSL Link Downstream Upstream
      Connection Speed 10235 kbps 797 kbps
      Line Attenuation 38 db 19 db
      Noise Margin 2 db 16 db

      That is my stats at the moment. when 10pm comes it will dropout and i have no idea why.

      Ive tried changing filters etc but with no effect.

      Its fine and stable during the day with the margin at an average of 11db.

      Is there anything i can do to improve this in the evenings


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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      did you take those stats from your test socket? if not could you post a result of stats from the test socket just to see if theres any change??

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      Connection Speed 9888 kbps 797 kbps
      Line Attenuation 39 db 19 db
      Noise Margin 2 db 16 db

      These are the stats from the test socket.

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      When you expose the test socket, are all the other phone points dead?

      Do you have an alarm that can ring out?

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      stats are worse from the test socket

      how long has this been happening? its unusual because your upstream noise margin is fine, maybe somebody with a bit more experience will have some ideas when they come along

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      Quote Originally Posted by Smithy99 View Post
      When you expose the test socket, are all the other phone points dead?

      Do you have an alarm that can ring out?
      I dont really understand what you mean with this

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      when you remove the bottom half of the faceplate from your master socket to connect to the test socket all your other phone sockets in the house should be dead(not have a dial tone)

      i thing smithy was asking if you have an intruder alarm that can ring out to the police/security company which may be hardwired into your phoneline somewhere

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      ahh i see...

      No the master socket is the only one in the house and i have no alarm of that nature

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      Do you have any wires connected to the rear of the faceplate?

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      Re: low noise dropouts.

      inside the faceplate? no

      The only wire i can see is the one that connects the socket to where the line actually comes into the house.

     

     
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