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    Low upstream noise margin

    This is a discussion on Low upstream noise margin within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Can anyone tell me what effects the above cheers in advance Downstream Upstream Data Rate(Kbps) 3070 566 Noise margin (dB) ...

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      Low upstream noise margin

      Can anyone tell me what effects the above cheers in advance




      Downstream Upstream
      Data Rate(Kbps) 3070 566
      Noise margin (dB) 5.7 0.3
      Output power (dBm) 12.6 18.2
      Attenuation (dB) 60.0 33.0


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      Re: Low upstream noise margin

      Could be a number of things, Noise on the line. or more
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      Re: Low upstream noise margin

      Most likely a fault somewhere. I would not be surprised if your connection drops. Try power cycling your router by turning the power off for a minute then back on again.

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