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Standard User Ixel
(learned) Sat 23-Jun-12 09:23:05
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Re: How are these stats looking?


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Yuk indeed.

Here's statistics for the latest 7 days: http://i.imgur.com/IjTXF.png

I'm still concerned with the RSCorr graph, but I'm not sure if I can justify calling BT or whether they can ever do anything about this if it's some appliance outside of the boundaries of my house which is causing interference.
Standard User Bald_Eagle1
(committed) Sat 23-Jun-12 11:39:20
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Re: How are these stats looking?


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In reply to a post by Ixel:
Here's statistics for the latest 7 days: http://i.imgur.com/IjTXF.png

Just a comment:-

When plotting the graphs, it helps to use multiples of 4 to keep the time along the x axis in order & easier to detect patterns, especially when plotting a few days together.
e.g. 40 m, 8 d, 12 h etc.
Standard User Ixel
(learned) Sun 24-Jun-12 09:10:24
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Re: How are these stats looking?


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I see. I'll do that next time I submit one.

The good news is DLM has restored my previous profile of 73322 a slightly lower interleaving depth again. I was disconnected early this morning, but not by lack of noise margin or massive errors, so I can only presume DLM did this. It happened around 5am from what I can see.


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