on 29-10-2021 04:08 PM
I have just had fiber 150 installed (MT992) all working well. If I transmit just a few watts from my Amateur radio transmitter it kills the connection instantly. I can`t move my antenna`s and I have tried using ferrite rings on all the cables etc. What are my options, please. Not transmitting isn't one 🙂
on 01-11-2021 04:51 PM
Reminds me a bit of this story from last year:
on 01-11-2021 10:02 AM
@m0pnn please confirm you have a g.fast modem and a separate TT router (which model?)
Is it the internet LED on the g.fast modem that disappears when you transmit ?
Does the DSL light remain normal ?
On the TT router side, does the indicator light do anything and do the actual WiFi and LAN connections stay connected to your devices ?
If your transmitted RF is killing the internet signal but not actually causing a DSL drop, I doubt whether you'll ever find exactly where the disruption is happening
on 01-11-2021 09:15 AM
Those frequencies are way lower than 802.11 WiFi, which operates in the 2.4GHz & 5GHz spectrums. I know you said that you can't move the radio antennae, but is it close to the router?
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on 01-11-2021 06:55 AM
on 31-10-2021 12:44 PM
I've tried a couple of other things today. I have removed the phone line extension to the computer/radio room. With just the phone line and power cable plugged in the modem, the connection still gets killed. Are there any other compatible modem/routers availabe?
on 30-10-2021 04:44 PM
Thanks for your reply
Yes, I had Fibre 65 before. The phone line is clean. (Power, Dsl, Internet, Lan) all LEDs are normally green when the connection drops Internet LED is out.
3.5mhz 7mhz 10mhz 14mhz 28mhz are all ok at full power any mode. 18mhz 21mhz and 24mhz all kill the connection with 18mhz being the worst affected. CW, SSB, FT8, PSK, modes all kill the connection.
on 29-10-2021 04:20 PM
I guess this is g.fast Fibre 150 over the phone line, please confirm.
Have you previously had a FTTC service (Fibre 35/65) at your property ?
Is there any extraneous noise on the phone when you transmit ?
What do the modem and router lights show when the connection dies ?
What amateur band and modulation are you using ?