Bit Loading on New INID


Bit Loading on New INID

They just installed a new buried drop with twisted pair and a new INID. The INID is being used with a single pair instead of bonding. Can someone tell what this bit loading screen shot means? The first spike at about 200 mhz?






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VDSL doesn't go that high (200Mhz)


(not seeing the picture yet)


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Re: Bit Loading on New INID

Should have been .2MHZ

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Your bitloading is normal for an iNID installation with a single line.


iNID installations preferentially use a very low frequency range (40 - 138 kHz) for the upload spectrum.  This is done to increase service distance.  Normally, both lines of the pair-bonded installation use this range and combined together, they get around 1.5 Mbps of upload bandwidth.


Your installation can't get enough upload bits in that low range with only 1 line, so some additional upload bandwidth is allocated in the 4+ MHz range.



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