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pclover

join:2008-08-02
Santa Cruz, CA
Reviews:
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reply to Caddyroger

Re: [Signals] What does this mean

»Comcast High Speed Internet FAQ »What should my Signal Levels be?

The question is are you having any issues?

I think I'm bit a bit paranoid about signal.

The SNR on mine is 37.36 for one channel and 38.26 dB for the other


Caddyroger
Premium
join:2001-06-11
To the west
Reviews:
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said by pclover:

»Comcast High Speed Internet FAQ »What should my Signal Levels be?

The question is are you having any issues?

I think I'm bit a bit paranoid about signal.

The SNR on mine is 37.36 for one channel and 38.26 dB for the other


By the link you gave me the snr should range from 33 to 40. By that I am just above the min level. I'll put new connectors on to make sure it not the problem.
Thanks for the help.

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Caddy


pclover

join:2008-08-02
Santa Cruz, CA
Well if you aren't having issues i don't see what the problem is.


Caddyroger
Premium
join:2001-06-11
To the west
Reviews:
·Comcast
said by pclover:

Well if you aren't having issues i don't see what the problem is.

Some times my connection slows down but nothing major. I am just trying do do preventive measures that all. Sorry to bother you but thanks
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Caddy


pclover

join:2008-08-02
Santa Cruz, CA
No you haven't bothered me at all.

Trying to help you out as well


Caddyroger
Premium
join:2001-06-11
To the west
Ok thanks again People like are nice to help people like me out I am just a semi technical person.
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Caddy