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    What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

    This is a discussion on What sort of speed do you think i could get with max? within the Speed tests and how to get better results forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Bandwidth : Down 3,680 Attenuation : 49.0 DB SNRM : 9.5 DB Tx Pwr : 18.5 DBM Bandwidth : UP ...

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      What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      Bandwidth : Down 3,680
      Attenuation : 49.0 DB
      SNRM : 9.5 DB
      Tx Pwr : 18.5 DBM

      Bandwidth : UP 448
      Attenuation : 30.0 DB
      SNRM : 20.0 DB
      Tx Pwr : 11.5DB

      Download Speed: 2703 kbps (335.4 KB/sec-350.3 KB/sec) Upload Speed: 344 kbps (43 KB/sec )


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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      between 3 and 6 meg as when u go over to adsl2+ ur line attenation increases normally by 3 so that would make urs 52dbs but u would see more upload to so if u can get it i would opt in for max

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      Nice thanks , i would be happy with 3 meg download speeds anything lower than that i wont be pleased .

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      u might get more , this is just a rough guess are u plugged into ur test socket on ur bt main socket?

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      It's plugged into a filtered faceplate , which then goes through an BT80A - RF3 and out the house

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      I'm going to remove this RF3 and see if my attentuation changes

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      BEFORE : With RF3

      Bandwidth : Down 3,680
      Attenuation : 49.0 DB
      SNRM : 9.5 DB
      Tx Pwr : 18.5 DBM

      Bandwidth : UP 448
      Attenuation : 30.0 DB
      SNRM : 20.0 DB
      Tx Pwr : 11.5DB

      AFTER : Without RF3

      Bandwidth : Down 3,780-3,830 <- Gone up
      Attenuation : 49.0 DB
      SNRM : 11.5 DB <- Gone up
      Tx Pwr : 18.5 DBM

      Bandwidth : UP 448
      Attenuation : 30.0 DB
      SNRM : 20.0 DB
      Tx Pwr : 11.5DB

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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      yeah which is better gives u more noise margin to play with thefore will give u a higher sync rate if u were to get it set to 6 with ur current supplier and u should see about 6 to 8 meg i would say or thereabouts
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      Re: What sort of speed do you think i could get with max?

      He is joining Sky day after tomorrow so there is not much point. With BT the line would re-adjust automatically.

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