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RizzleQ
Cunningham's Law Enthusiast

join:2006-01-12
Windsor, ON
kudos:5
reply to stockd3vil

Re: Distance to CO

Cable: No, but distance doesn't really matter for cable
DSL: Can try asking TSI to search your postal code for an existing account and they can use the attenuation on their line to make a rough estimation

stockd3vil

join:2013-08-03
Blainville, QC
»www.telcodata.us/search-area-cod ··· e-detail I found this and it worked. How far should dsl be at most to get good speeds. Im loosing about 1 meg 5 instead of 6 down from my service I have with dsl now and .2 meg for uploads .6 instead of .8. Cant wait to get cable and test it out. cant wait to test cable

dmitry_tek

join:2010-01-14
reply to RizzleQ
said by RizzleQ:

Cable: No, but distance doesn't really matter for cable
DSL: Can try asking TSI to search your postal code for an existing account and they can use the attenuation on their line to make a rough estimation

Technically, it still does. The longer the cable, the stronger the signal degradation is. And coaxial cable has a shielding all the way to the modem.

Also take a look at this bell-telephone-madness. All those wires are telephone wires. The crosstalk rate must be crazy.



Sorry about the quality.