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This is a discussion on Upstream noise within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Well the modem swap seem to have half fixed it. It only dropped out once, due to the downstream noise ...
- 21-12-13, 03:04 PM #11
Re: Upstream noise - Now downstream issue
Well the modem swap seem to have half fixed it.
It only dropped out once, due to the downstream noise margin dB going to low
Which brings me on to my downstream noise margin, it is 3.1 dB at the highest and I have seen it drop to 0.9 dB at lowest and keep the connection.
In the evening it drops to 1.x dB
I am not using the connection at the moment, as I am sure it still not right and don't think I can trust it, so am still on my Virgin Media connection, which seems to of got better, but that another story.
As I said above during the day downstream noise margin is 3.1 dB
In the evening it around 1.5/1.8dB but have seen it drop to 0.9 dB
My downstream noise margin use to be 6.1dB before the problem started.Regards,
- 21-12-13, 03:36 PM #12
Re: Upstream noise
I still think you have a fault on your line.
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