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El Dorado Hills, CA
reply to Jeremy W

Re: [Signals] Should SNR swing as much as 1dB with temperature?

said by Jeremy W:

said by pflog:

said by Jeremy W:

Your life would be much less stressful if you didn't monitor your cable modem's stats so obsessively. As has been pointed out, SNR isn't even a real stat anyway.

I'm not obsessing, but I did notice a change after the outage, hence my question. It's been answered.

Listen, I'm a nerd too. I track this stuff just like you do, but I rarely look at it. I apologize if I came off as confrontational. I was just making a light-hearted suggestion.

Understood, and I just wanted to clarify that I wasn't obsessing, but I do debug things and write code for a living, so I tend to notice when things change. I had never seen my SNR swing correlating to temps, so wasn't sure if I had loose fitting or something. Guess I'll see how things are in August
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