[RFI] RE: DSL in-home wiring
ka5s at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 24 12:47:28 EST 2005
I've worked on DSL; Jim is right, the overall line length is pretty much
irrelevant. DSL runs at .1 to 1.1 MHz. and DSL equipment is pretty well
matched to the approximately 100 ohms it sees on telco pairs.
Some homes-- I've lived in one -- have really, really bad wiring, with tip
and ring each run loose in the walls and making big loops, and THAT, you
want to avoid anyway.
> [Original Message]
> From: sebdesn <sebdesn at ecentral.com>
> To: RFI List <rfi at contesting.com>
> Jim, as an additional question near to this subject. The incoming telco
> for a dsl line;
> Is the overal length and make up critical?
> My line hits the house about three feet from the modem connection.
> it goes into the attic,then to the basement, and then back to the modem
> probably a total of a 100' of 50 year old wire.Would I gain anything by
> getting into the box at the down lead and plugging a blocking filter on
> wiring to the house, and then adding a separate cat 5 run for the ten feet
> directly to the modem? Any enlighten would be appreciated!
> Bud W?HG
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