An insight on how to improve ADSL Broadband speed

23.12.2013 Benjamin Gubler


The average downlink speed of ADSL connections is rated at 8Mbps, a representation that is determined from servers. This is however not the case when it gets to the receiving modem which begs the question as to what can be done to make sure that the speed that is received represents what the actual release speed from the server is.



It is a fact that when there is a large distance between the server and the receiver modem then the speed of the connection is also deemed to be lower. A distance of more than 3 kilometers affects the speed and it also affects the efficiency of connection. This is a factor that can be tackled easily when people get to test the line quality and determine the threshold speed.



When you plug an analogue phone into the Broadband line, you can to listen in and have a close touch with the connection in the sense that a clear and up to speed connection will provide a silent noise output without a cracking or hissing sound. The intensity of a cracking or hissing sound points to the interference that affects the connection and also brings out the factor of the slow nature of the connection. A poor speed structure is characterized by a constant interference and should direct efforts at having a clear line in order to guarantee that the speed and connection is at an all time high.



The value of a speed test and the value of the actual connection should tally and if not, then the value of the actual connection should be higher than that of the speed test. If the results are contrary to this set up, then your connection is operating below the threshold requirement. Quality receivership is the need that every individual is characterized as having and this can thus be maximized when the speeds are a direct reflection of the service expected.


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