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7/25/2013

A Telebyte VxT-48 xTalk Emulator for vectored VDSL2 testing.(Source: Telebyte)
A Telebyte VxT-48 xTalk Emulator for vectored VDSL2 testing.
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Lincoln Lavoie
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Re: Any data?
Lincoln Lavoie   8/5/2013 11:27:15 AM
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Hello K,

The report for the plugfest will be available to Broadband Forum member companies during the 2013-Q3 meeting in September. The reports provide an anonymous view of the plugfest and test results. The events do not release test results publicly.

Cheers,

Lincoln

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MeasurementBlues   7/29/2013 9:01:41 AM
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You can learn more about the test facility for DSL here.

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MeasurementBlues   7/29/2013 8:58:13 AM
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Anything that's public will be at http://www.iol.unh.edu

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kfield   7/27/2013 5:55:51 PM
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Martin: Were you given any indication of how the tests went? Progress? Areas that need more attention? Will any of the details be made public?

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