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ADSL/DSL attenuation improvement?

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cartman007

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Hey Guys

My ADSL keeps on going out of sync and dropping the connection, roughly 10 seconds then it will get back on.
It is extremely annoying since I cant seem to stay connected to anything that requires a constant connection. Streaming/Gaming/Downloading even opening large websites.

I have a 2Mb line where I live. It is suppose to sync at 2048kbits a second up and 512Kbits up. Instead it connects at 96Up and rarely its max down.

My router stats are the following.
SNR Margin (Upstream) 6 dB
SNR Margin (Downstream) 8 dB
Line Attenuation (Upstream) 33.7 dB
Line Attenuation (Downstream) 63.5 dB

The nearest Exchange to my house form my Line Service Provider is 5 Km and it is the closest.
Now as you can see that it some terrible stats hence reason from random drops etc.

My Question here is if there is some way I can somehow BOOST my signal that is sent from my house?
I am talking "self built/engineered circuits", noise reduction, sheilding and anything else you can think of.
I am not too worried about blowing my routers up etc.
 

ADGAN

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Just by looking at the router stats. we can see that your SNR is very low and attenuation is high. Typically SNR should be >20dB and Attenuation <40dB for ADSL. Also the distance from your house to the exchange is little bit higher. Ideal amount would be around less than 4Km. I dont think there is any device you could build to boost the signal since attenuation mainly depends on the distance. Therefore higher the distance higher the attenuation. I think only your service provider could help you.
 

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