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NTE5 ADSL/Broadband Filter Master Socket Adaptor Plate suitable for VDSL?

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by eveares, 2 Oct 2018.

  1. eveares

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    Is the item linked below suitable for VDSL as it does not mention being VDSL compatible anywhere. I know VDSL uses higher frequency that ADSL, and want to know will this degrade the VDSL performance of a broadband line?

    https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/GPNTE5ADSL.html

    Regards: Elliott.
     
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  3. Yep totally fine. In fact, the broadband technology makes no difference at all. The broadband side is always unfiltered, which is confirmed if you look at a circuit diagram for a filter, or open one up. It's the voice side that has the broadband filtered out rather than the opposite. If you're not using a voice service on the line, you don't need a filter at all.

    Hope this helps,

    Jon
     
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    I have one like that, and i'm getting 40Mbps. (max I'm paying for)

    Some just have a marking DSL

    It's a good point Jon makes. The router is connected direct to the line
     
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