[LINK] RFI: ADLS2+ Performance
tomk at unwired.com.au
Wed Jul 11 10:14:08 AEST 2012
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> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 07:53:02PM +1000, TKoltai wrote:
> > > On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 02:36:44PM +1000, TKoltai wrote:
> > >
> > > > The term "Signal to Noise Ratio" can and is used for many
> > > > different
> > > > purposes.
> > >
> > > *ALL* of which are related to information transmission or
> > > extraction in one form or another.
> you out-perform a random sentence generator for bizarre
> irrelevancy and batshit-insane incomprehensibility. and it's
> not deliberate, it's natural.
> stop. no, really, stop. i'm not making friendly conversation
> or indulging in light banter. i just want you to fucking
> stop. you're not funny or amusing, or interesting or
> informative. you're just an attention-trolling kook who wont shut up.
> you weren't playing with language, you were just making shit
> up, pretending to have a clue what you were talking about,
> and tossed in a science-y sounding phrase about SNR as some
> kind of bogus appeal to authority.
> you're completely transparent and you're not fooling anyone.
That's your opinion and you're welcome to it and it would seem that I
only fooled one person...
> until i read this, i thought that you're a kook but you do
> have a good knowledge of the ISP industry and a reasonable
> grasp of the technology behind it.
I should leave well enough alone, but which part of frequency modulation
management over copper did you disagree with or not understand ?
Perhaps I could find a relevant reference or two for you. (Offlist might
be appropriate if you wish to continue this thread.)
In closing I might add that there are alternatives to merely linear
analysis, although sometimes I fail to explain myself adequately.
If it really upsets you so much, perhaps you could stop reading anything
with my name on top of it.
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