[A-DX] heise online: Altes TV störte 18 Monate Internetzugang eines ganzen Dorfes.

Fr Sep 25 12:30:39 CEST 2020

Am 22.09.2020 um 19:58 schrieb Reinhard Weiß:
> Der BBC Artikel spricht von einem "single high-level impulse noise
> (SHINE)". Für was es nicht alles eine Abkürzung gibt...


What are REIN and SHINE?
Repetitive Electrical Impulse Noise (REIN) and Single Isolated Impulse
Noise (SHINE) describe interference that can affect the stability and
performance of a Broadband service. In both cases, a power source is
generating interference in the frequencies used by the ADSL Broadband

REIN is where this interference is generated for the duration of use of
an electrical device, and will typically result in disconnections or
line errors while the device is in use. At its most extreme, REIN may
prevent any connection being established at all.

SHINE is where this interference is generated as a burst – when a device
is powered on or off, for example. As a result disconnections or line
errors may result at the time a device is switched on or off.


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