On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 4:18 PM, Joe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 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?
There are two kinds of "U-Verse". One is FTTH (fiber to the home, like
FIOS) and one is FTTN (fiber to the neighborhood/node) with copper
connections ranging up to 3000 ft or so from the central "Node" that use
VDSL2 signaling (100 kHz - 8.4 MHz). Unfortunately for us most U-Verse
installations are FTTN. You must have the other. Lucky devil!
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