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Night time sync loss

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Night time sync loss

Anybody help with this here are my stats, but what do they mean?

Loss of sync happens between 20:30 - 06:00

I have a Speedtouch Stingray/Green Frog.

ReceiveAttenuation_dB= 55
ReceiveMargin_dB= 6
RxOutputPower_dBm= 0
SendAttenuation_dB= 31
SendMargin_dB= 24

Thanks gav425
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shellsong
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Registered: 03-08-2007

Night time sync loss

What are the synch rates?
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Night time sync loss

from 3 up to 3.4 Mbps
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Registered: 15-06-2007

Night time sync loss

Basically the snr will always drop overnight for a variety of reasons including street lights and medium wave radio stations.
With an snr of 6db during the day you will get problems overnight.
Your stats are a bit worse than mine but my feeling is that your stable synch speed overnight will probably be closer to 2500 kbps
In my case I get a drop of about 3db overnight from a daytime snr of about 10 db with a synch speed of 3456 kbps
One thing you could try is connecting to the BT Master socket behind the lower plate of an NTE5 BT box. If this gives a big improvement we can suggest things to try.
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Night time sync loss

Here is my over night stats

ReceiveAttenuation_dB= 55
ReceiveMargin_dB= 5
RxOutputPower_dBm= 0
SendAttenuation_dB= 31
SendMargin_dB= 24


so the receive margin goes from 6 down to 5 db

There is no change with the front plate off my bt socket and i already use the bt faceplate filter.
Would a router help instead of the USB modem?
If so what one would be best?

gav425