Limiting Transmission Factors for VDSL2

#SuttleSaysFor VDSL2, as the cable length from the DSLAM (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer) to the customer premise increases, signal strength decreases and the line becomes more susceptible to noise. Additionally, every component or extension that is attached to the cable between the DSLAM and the customers will also introduce impedances that will either reduce the signal strength further increasing the insertion loss, add signal reflections decreasing the return loss, or degrade the balance of the twisted pair cable increasing the noise.