Sugar Grove, IL
reply to wirelessdog
Re: Homebrew DSL Way back when... I used ADC Telecommunications HDSL equipment on dry pairs (alarm circuits). They'd remove any load coils and bridge taps and worked very well. I was situated a few blocks from the CO which help keep the loop lengths shorter.. I moved on to SDSL equipment later - used it for T-1 style business service.
Keep in mind that it'll pass through their wire center (CO) and back out to your location(s) so that has to be accounted for when looking at loop lengths. Carriers started getting a bit 'picky' as time went on - if you asked for coils, etc. to be removed then they wanted it to be a 'conditioned' circuit thus more money.
That was a long time ago.. In some regions now, its hard to get clean pairs for any HICAP services, good luck with the lowly alarm circuits..
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said by jlramirez:Yea that wouldn't work. 20 thousand meter loops is tough to get sync on...
Keep in mind that it'll pass through their wire center (CO) and back out to your location(s) so that has to be accounted for when looking at loop lengths.
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