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Nick21

join:2010-02-03
New York, NY
reply to bluedyedvd

Re: [TWC] I now have 8 downstream bonded channels

That's great. TWC spent two months on my hub but got it to six. So I wonder if we will even get 8 anytime soon.



motorola870

join:2008-12-07
Arlington, TX
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said by Nick21:

That's great. TWC spent two months on my hub but got it to six. So I wonder if we will even get 8 anytime soon.

took 3 weeks to get the Dallas metro hubs to 6 channels and that is including the 750MHz headend so I don't know if that 750MHz headend could support 2 more but probabably as their highest analog is channel 73. For Dallas to get to 8 downstream channels it would take moving QAM channels around a moving SDV QAMs to a new slot.

rjbasye

join:2000-05-24
Dry Ridge, KY
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said by motorola870:

said by Nick21:

That's great. TWC spent two months on my hub but got it to six. So I wonder if we will even get 8 anytime soon.

took 3 weeks to get the Dallas metro hubs to 6 channels and that is including the 750MHz headend so I don't know if that 750MHz headend could support 2 more but probabably as their highest analog is channel 73. For Dallas to get to 8 downstream channels it would take moving QAM channels around a moving SDV QAMs to a new slot.

In my area, Northern KY, which is still Insight even though they are owned by TWC, We went from 1 channel upstream to 4. They are still using 4 downstream. I would assume that using more channels is better?

thorin

join:2007-11-08
Liberty, MO

Essentially the more bonded channels the bigger the pipe and less congestion.


rippleeffect

join:2012-11-02
Palmdale, CA

I love to see this in the LA area. I probably shouldn't hold my breath though.