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whamel
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Re: [Signals] Modem signals better when split twice on highdB le

said by EG:

said by Streetlight:

whamel,

I would have liked the upstream to stay the same but reduce the downstream power level.

Anyone have a comment?

Then you would need a "forward path only" attenuator such as one of these;

»www.mac4mate.com/index.php?route ··· tenuator

They are rare in American DOCSIS systems but are common in Euro-DOCSIS systems. That site is in the U.K. Be advised that when I ordered some from it, they took about a month to arrive.

LOOKIE here: 3dB attenuator----->
»www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-In- ··· asin_lnk
6dBattenuator---->
»www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-In- ··· _sim_e_4
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Those are not "one way", they are *overall*.


LMoreland

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In order to attenuate only the down stream channels, you want attenuators like the ones in the link that EG posted that attenuate only 65 to 860 MHz and do not affect the upstream channels which are below 65 MHz.


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said by EG:

Those are not "one way", they are *overall*.

MY bad i was all excited...
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