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    Vectoring For FTTC.

    This is a discussion on Vectoring For FTTC. within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Found some info on Vectoring and how in time it may improve FTTC speeds to 100mbps+. The part that sticks ...

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      Vectoring For FTTC.

      Found some info on Vectoring and how in time it may improve FTTC speeds to 100mbps+.

      The part that sticks out for me is, in trials of Vectoring it improved previous downstream bit rates by 90%, to 150%

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      Re: Vectoring For FTTC.

      I think BTO must already be using something like this as they already can supply 100Mb over FTTC, although it is capped back to 80Mb. The article is a bit old so it may have been overtaken by other companies. As this works on the copper wires I would think it could also be used on ADSL, but it may be a bit too expensive to install and run.

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      I think the tech is good news for people who've been quoted speeds, but know the max attainable rate to be much higher. They should then achieve the max rate rather than the quoted speed, with no drop off in the future when the cabinet is full. I've not found any info about BTO using this tech at the moment. Distance still plays its own part, and the people who have a max rate of 100+, are very close to their cabinet.

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