said by technocar2:
250/125 would be unrealistic if a node only has about 304/108 shared by 400-500 houses with possibly 50% or more subs with TPIA, which gives around 250+ modems and a ton of e-MTAs as well (RHP).
Thanks for the info. Don't get the node congestion thing though.
I think in terms of electricity. High voltage transformed down in steps to household current. Why can't Rogers just double/triple their output to each node so there's more than enough for each household to use at max speed simultaneously? OR, why can't they use bigger more powerful nodes?
As far as 250/125 goes I was just throwing it out there. Seems a waste to have a modem @300/150 theoretical topping out at 150/10...........