I've had uVerse, TV/phone/internet, for several years. RF on 20 meters had been
quite bad at freezing things up. A month or two back, due to some on demand
video issues, AT&T replaced the old equipment with an Arris NVG589 modem. This
us an all in one box, no more outside/inside multiple units.
With some ferrite on the cables to this box (added on general principle) it has
seemed to be better than the previous.equipment. Only downside is that if you
get a power hit, it takes about two minutes for everything, telephone included,
to reboot. I have on my things to do list to add a battery backup to get around
73 - Jim K8MR
From: Gary Smith via RFI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: rfi <email@example.com>
Sent: Sun, Aug 30, 2015 12:47 pm
Subject: Re: [RFI] U-Verse
I have dealt with AT&T re DSL and U-Verse only to receive a different
Against my own better wishes, I went with Comcast. To this
date, as of 3
years ago, it has been bulletproof and fast, not a (service)
On 8/28/2015 2:13 PM, Larry Burke
> I'm thinking of upgrading my DSL to U-Verse (internet only, no TV or
> Can anyone offer any thoughts on AT&T's current hardware with regards
> produced and susceptibility to RF from a legal-limit amateur station?
> particularly interested in experience on 160m and 6m. My current DSL
hardware is relatively free of RFI problems.
> For those with
experience, I'd be interested in which residential gateway
> you have.
> Larry K5RK
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