Well my signals have gotten a lot worse.
My modem lost the two upstream channels again despite now being on the 3.5 dB leg of the splitter and the one channel is now reporting 53 dB power.
In addition my downstream signals dropped by about 3 dB. They were positive and now they are negative.
My TV is actually worse. The SNR for channels now ranges from 29 to 32. To the TiVo's benefit, it's still working with these lousy signals. It is having to do a lot of error correction though.
Whatever Comcast did, it's not getting better.
Here's what my modem is reporting now:
Channel Frequency: 651000854 Hz 657002075 Hz 669000244 Hz 686999390 Hz
Modulation: 256 QAM256 QAM256 QAM256 QAM
Signal strength: -1.0664 dBmV -0.9207 dBmV -0.9617 dBmV -2.1725 dBmV
Signal noise ratio: 36.610 dB 37.093 dB 37.093 dB 36.844 dB
Channel Id: 9
Upstream Frequency: 22000134 Hz
Upstream bandwidth: 3200000 Hz
Transmission signal strength: 53.0000 dBmV
I wish SmokePing was working as I'm very curious as to what that looks like.--
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