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DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
reply to Spice300

Re: WB-1: 163 Riverside-Phoenix Network

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said by Spice300:

Tx IF Power = 5.1 uW
Tx RF Power = 3.6 W
gain = 706,000
.
repoint your dish.

I assume TX IF's value is generated via SB2 modem itself, but Tx RF power could represent actual value seen via "Earth Station" or a value generated via SB2.

I'm running a short cable run since WB legacy, less than 15' in ballpark.

Enclosed is a pic taken back in late March, when upload speeds were much/much faster; it shows a wide spread also

I may call my local Coop, and see if they can re-point. It's either an out of focus dish, or Exede's Cisco-Equipment is clamping down, due to programming.

I've hooked my router back up...had no issues with connecting/disconnecting computers or router.

Spice300
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join:2006-01-10
In the photo you have:

Tx IF Power = -23.4 dBm = 4.57 uW
Tx RF Power = 34.4 dBm = 2.75 W

which is more normal. Is there high humidity, or rain clouds floating around your area to explain your current 3.6 W Tx RF power?

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1

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said by Spice300:

Is there high humidity, or rain clouds floating around your area to explain your current 3.6 W Tx RF power?

The biggest issue I have is right here.

It fluctuates from about 30 dBm and upwards, after watching it for awhile.

Somewhere around 34.7 dBm is 3 watts output, I think. I understand now that RF power shown is actual TRIA's output power.