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RF Levels from a Cable Modem ? - RF Cafe Forums

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 Post subject: RF levels from a cable modem ?
Posted: Sat Oct 18, 2008 7:20 am 

Joined: Sat Oct 18, 2008 7:05 am
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I have a copy of a modem test. It is just the RF testing results from a modem test. You can see the SND results with a value of 34.1. The DS stands for downstream. I found a lot of sites where they explain SINAD measurements but I don't know how to interpret those SND results in a modem test?

RF levels:TX Level 47 in dBmV RX Level -7.2 in dBmV DS SND 34.1 US Unerror Codewrds 173 DS Unerror Codewrds 1508655581 US Error Codewrds 0 DS Error Codewrds 48857 US Frequency 20600000 US Spectrum 5-25

Posted  11/12/2012

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