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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 28-Apr-11 18:40:56
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On the amazon website it says it will be released May 16 2012?!?! What!!!
Standard User baby_frogmella
(committed) Thu 28-Apr-11 19:28:05
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On the amazon website it says it will be released May 16 2012?!?! What!!!


I think that's a typo, last time i checked it said May 2011. Just keep checking regularly!

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Standard User MHC
(legend) Thu 28-Apr-11 20:19:53
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There is no easy way to calculate the attenuation. It will depend on line length, wire size, number of joints (and condition), the bins in use and how packed they are, plus the quality of the modem front end and a few more parameters.

If the router is reporting 65 dB I would be inclined to believe that.





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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 28-Apr-11 21:34:32
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I have a Billion 7800N which replaced my DG834PN (with DGTeam), I am getting a sync of 3,581 with Noise Margin of 4.8 and attenuation of 64.5. Uptime is currently 3 1/2 days and that was when I turned the power in my house while my electricity meter was replaced. I am keeping my much loved DG834PN as a spare and use the 7800N as my main router.
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 28-Apr-11 22:51:31
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I asked the engineer a load of questions. We're on a 0.9 well shielded cable right back to the exchange, there are 7 joints in total, to one cabinet about 7km away. Business HUb (currently) with shielded adsl cable, adsl nation faceplate, no extensions. He said the line was definitley calculated in the wrong way.

And also just to comfirm there is no differene in line sync speed or chipset in the 7700N compared to the 7800N. ?
Standard User baby_frogmella
(committed) Fri 29-Apr-11 07:22:37
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Roger! the 7700N uses the same chipset as the 7800N so sync speed should be the same. If you can afford it, why not go for the 7800N? smile

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Fri 29-Apr-11 09:27:48
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Well it's the thing we live in a rural area, and FTTC isnt coming to our area for a very long time yet, we dont even have ADSL2+ yet! And my names Edd by the way! tongue
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(committed) Fri 29-Apr-11 10:09:06
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Well it's the thing we live in a rural area, and FTTC isnt coming to our area for a very long time yet, we dont even have ADSL2+ yet! And my names Edd by the way! tongue


Cool wait for the 7700N then.

I didn't mean to call you Roger, its just a phrase i used a lot in my previous life as a radio operator on a Land Seismic crew. Roger just means i hear you/correct/you're right smile
Radio phraseology

Main article: Voice procedure
"Roger" means "I have received all of the last transmission" in both military and civilian aviation radio communications. This usage comes from the initial R of received: R was called Roger in the radio alphabets current at the time, such as the Joint Army/Navy Phonetic Alphabet. It is also often shortened in writing to "rgr". R is Romeo in the modern NATO phonetic alphabet.
Contrary to popular belief, Roger does not mean or imply "I will comply." That distinction goes to the contraction wilco (from, "will comply"), which is used exclusively if the speaker intends to say "received and will comply." Thus, the phrase "Roger Wilco" is both procedurally incorrect and redundant.[citation needed]
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger#Radio_phraseology

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Standard User baby_frogmella
(committed) Thu 05-May-11 21:57:37
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On the amazon website it says it will be released May 16 2012?!?! What!!!


The 7700N now has correct release date - May 16 2011 smile
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Billion-BiPAC-7700N-Wireless...

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Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Sat 21-May-11 22:43:02
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In reply to a post by Anonymous:
On the amazon website it says it will be released May 16 2012?!?! What!!!


The 7700N now has correct release date - May 16 2011 smile
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Billion-BiPAC-7700N-Wireless...

It's changed again sadly.

You still need to sign up for notification, no date for release right now.

Alastair

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