What bothers me about this is that U-verse in not conducted by copper
cabling..it is all optical fibre...how is an RF signal getting in and being
carried by fibre?
My next door neighbor has U-verse and is not affected by anything I do..his
Dish and cable (Charter) was...I could not use 6 meters with the amplifier
in the evening...which was no biggie, as he was at work during the day. My
75 meter work was getting into his telephone and his fax machine...and THAT
was a big worry. But..after U-verse came in and put in the full optical
cable right up to his modem...all problems went away, no matter what power I
run or where. (Legal limit on down)
My neighbor behind me is always complaining how the CD'ers re tearing him
up...I don't have the heart to accept the blame...the Astroplane antenna'ed
CB'er in the next block is the culprit there. HAR HAR!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vince" <email@example.com>
Subject: [RFI] U-Verse problem update
The next week three workers showed up from
> U-Verse and rerouted his feed line from the pole to the other side of
> the house, and it looks as they put in a shielded wire from the pole,
> something that was not in place with the original installation, this
> also shortened the coax feed to his router, I was not there when they
> did this, but he had phoned me at the time.
> Since this work was done on his U-Verse system , everything is working
> fine now, he can now transmit on all the bands and use the amplifier. I
> have waited for some time to give a update on this to see how everything
> has worked out in the long run.
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