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Standard User CecilWard
(newbie) Mon 23-Nov-15 07:34:33
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Metallic path upgrade


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Is there a way that BTOR might have done some physical improvement work on my line in terms of electrical and physical parameters that would improve DSL signal quality?

Two of my three lines have suddenly increased downstream sync rate, so that the overall combination of the three has gone up from about 5.3 - 5.5 Mbps downstream to ~6 Mbps.

If this is real - and not just some aberration, weather, RFI, or who knows what - and it is down to some physical improvement BTOR has carried out, how might this have been achieved? I suspect there are a lot of answers
Standard User Ribble
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 23-Nov-15 07:53:44
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Re: Metallic path upgrade


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Maybe a neighbour turned off something creating electrical noise, or an Openreach tech remade a cable joint, or the cold snap has reduced the line loss!!
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 23-Nov-15 13:54:56
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As the increase is so relatively small i.e. around 0.5 Mbps across the lines i.e. just 250 Kbps per line then most likely to be a noise environment change rather than anything else

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