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Standard User AndyPandy
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 15-Jan-15 11:46:01
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Unused SNRM


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Haven't seen this asked before, but I'm sure it has been.

On FTTC, if you have "spare" SNRM" in either the upstream, or downstream direction, can it be used to speed up the other direction?

For example, I have 9db on the downstream, and 15db on the upstream. If the downstream fell below 6db, could it pinch some margin from the upstream?


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 15-Jan-15 11:59:09
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Re: Unused SNRM


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No, would cause havoc with other lines due to power levels and cross talk

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Standard User MHC
(sensei) Thu 15-Jan-15 12:23:52
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Re: Unused SNRM


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In reply to a post by AndyPandy:
Haven't seen this asked before, but I'm sure it has been.

On FTTC, if you have "spare" SNRM" in either the upstream, or downstream direction, can it be used to speed up the other direction?

For example, I have 9db on the downstream, and 15db on the upstream. If the downstream fell below 6db, could it pinch some margin from the upstream?


NO.

What you are suggesting would actually mean taking unused tones from the Upstream and reallocating them to Downstream - that is not permitted.


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Standard User AndyPandy
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 15-Jan-15 15:59:21
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Re: Unused SNRM


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Thanks Both - that's a nice conclusive answer laugh


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