Boitier TEST de FT (condos) & Pertes de synchro ADSL

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Christophe
Bonjour,

étant passé en ADSL Max il y a quelques temps j'ai des pertes de
synchronisation assez fréquentes.

Chez moi, il m'a été placé il y a un an une "prise-boitier" TEST juste
à côté de la 1ère prise lorqu'ils sont venus installer 2 prises
supplémentaires dans ma chambre et je me demande si ce boitier test ne
perturbe pas ma ligne car j'ai quelques pertes de synchro quand même.

Je l'ai ouvert, comme c'est récent, il n'y a pas le sucre beige ou
blanc mais il y a un genre de domino noir enfiché dans un connecteur
avec deux fils noirs, j'ai du mal à identifier s'il s'agit d'un
condensateur.

Pensez-vous que ce boitier test pourrait perturber ma ligne en faisant
trop baisser la marge de bruit (entre 9 et 12 et pour le moment).

Si çà vous parle, merci beaucoup :-)

Amicalement

Christophe




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Marc Zirnheld
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D'apres Christophe dans le forum fr.reseaux.telecoms.techniques...

Pensez-vous que ce boitier test pourrait perturber ma ligne en faisant
trop baisser la marge de bruit


Probablement pas.

Didier
Le #63093
Bonjour,

étant passé en ADSL Max il y a quelques temps j'ai des pertes de
synchronisation assez fréquentes.

Chez moi, il m'a été placé il y a un an une "prise-boitier" TEST juste
à côté de la 1ère prise lorqu'ils sont venus installer 2 prises
supplémentaires dans ma chambre et je me demande si ce boitier test ne
perturbe pas ma ligne car j'ai quelques pertes de synchro quand même.

Je l'ai ouvert, comme c'est récent, il n'y a pas le sucre beige ou
blanc mais il y a un genre de domino noir enfiché dans un connecteur
avec deux fils noirs, j'ai du mal à identifier s'il s'agit d'un
condensateur.

Pensez-vous que ce boitier test pourrait perturber ma ligne en faisant
trop baisser la marge de bruit (entre 9 et 12 et pour le moment).

Si çà vous parle, merci beaucoup :-)

Amicalement

Christophe




Ce sont les modules à 3 pattes qui perturbent l'adsl; ceux à deux pattes

sont validés FT R&D
Didier.

Christophe
Le #63092
Le Mon, 13 Dec 2004 22:14:52 +0100, Marc Zirnheld

Probablement pas.


Merci :-)



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Christophe

Pour me répondre par mail, merci d'enlever les 2 "pasdespam"

Christophe
Le #63091
Le Wed, 15 Dec 2004 20:55:00 +0100, Didier

Ce sont les modules à 3 pattes qui perturbent l'adsl; ceux à deux pattes
sont validés FT R&D
Didier.


Merci :-)

En effet, j'en ai trouvé un dans le boitier test, noir à deux fils
je l'ai retiré çà n'a rien changé :-)

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Christophe
Le #62166
metal roasting pan.
Bake in 325° oven covered for 2 hours.
Remove cover, stick a cooking thermometer deep into one of the
baby?s buttocks and cook uncovered till thermometer reads 190°,
about another hour.



Pro-Choice Po-Boy

Soft-shelled crabs serve just as well in this classic southern delicacy.
The sandwich originated in New Orleans, where an abundance of abortion clinics
thrive and hot French bread is always available.

2 cleaned fetuses, head on
2 eggs
1 tablespoon yellow mustard
1 cup seasoned flour
oil enough for deep frying
1 loaf French bread
Lettuce
tomatoes
mayonnaise, etc.

Marinate the fetuses in the egg-mustard mixture.
Dredge thoroughly in flour.
Fry at 375° until crispy golden brown.
Remove and place on paper towels.



Holiday Youngster

One can easily adapt this recipe to ham, though as presented,
it violates no religious taboos against swine.

1 large toddler or small child, cleaned and de-headed
Kentucky Bourbon Sauce (see index)
1 large can pineapple slices
Whole cloves

Place him (or ham) or her in a large glass baking dish, buttocks up.
Tie with butcher string around and across so that he looks like
he?s crawling.
Glaze, then arrange pineapples and secure with cloves.
Bake uncovered in 350° oven till thermometer reaches 160°.



Cajun Babies

Just like crabs or crawfish, babies are boiled alive!
You don?t need silverware, the hot spicy meat comes off in your hands.

6 live babies
1 lb. smoked sausage
4 lemons
whole garlic
2 lb. new potatoes
4 ears corn
1 box salt
crab boil

Bring 3 gallons of water to a boil.
Add sausage, salt, crab boil, lemons and garlic.
Drop potatoes in, boil for 4 minutes.
Corn is added next, boil an additional 11 minutes.
Put the live babies into the boiling water and cover.
Boil till meat comes off easily with a fork.
Didier
Le #62163
well-dressed baby. By the time you turn the child?s breast into
cutlets, it will be indistinguishable. The taste of young human,
although similar to turkey (and chicken) often can be wildly
different depending upon what he or she has consumed during its
10 to 14 months of life...

4 well chosen cutlets (from the breasts of 2 healthy neonates)
2 large lemons (fresh lemons always, if possible)
Olive oil
Green onions
Salt
pepper
cornstarch
neonate stock (chicken, or turkey stock is fine)
garlic
parsley
fresh cracked black pepper

Season and sauté the cutlets in olive oil till golden brown, remove.
Add the garlic and onions and cook down a bit.
Add some lemon juice and some zest, then de-glaze with stock.
Add a little cornstarch (dissolved in cold water) to the sauce.
You are just about there, Pour the sauce over the cutlets,
top with parsley, lemon slices and cracked pepper.
Serve with spinach salad, macaroni and cheese (homemade) and iced tea...



Spaghetti with Real Italian Meatballs

If you don?t have an expendable bambino on hand,
you can use a pound of ground pork instead.
The secret to great meatballs, is to use very lean meat.

1 lb. ground flesh; human or pork
3 lb. ground beef
1 cup finely chopped onions
7 - 12 cloves garlic
1 cup seasoned bread crumbs
½ cup milk, 2 eggs
Oregano
basil
salt
pepper
Italian seasoning, etc.
Tomato gravy (see index)
Fresh or at least freshly cooked spaghetti or other pasta

Mix the ground meats together in a large bowl,
then mix each of the other ingredients.
Make balls about the size of a baby?s fist
(there should be one lying around for reference).
Bake at 400°for about 25 minutes -
or you could fry them in olive oil.
Place the meatballs in
Christophe
Le #62162
Ward Pot Luck Dinner

If you can?t get anything fresh from the hospital, nursery, or morgue;
you can at least get rid of all the leftovers in your refrigerator.

1 - 2 lbs. cubed meat (human flesh, chicken, turkey, beef...)
1 -2 lbs. coarsely chopped vegetables
(carrots, potatoes, turnips, cauliflower, cabbage...)
Bell pepper
onions
garlic
ginger
salt pepper, etc.
Olive oil
butter

Brown the meat and some chopped onions, peppers, and garilic in olive oil,
place in baking dish, layer with vegetables seasoning and butter.
Bake at 325° for 30 - 45 minutes.
Serve with hot dinner rolls, fruit salad and sparkling water.



Bébé Buffet 1

Show off with whole roasted children replete with apples in mouths -
and babies? heads stuffed with wild rice. Or keep it simple with a
hearty main course such as stew, lasagna, or meat loaf.

Some suggestions

Pre-mie pot pies, beef stew, leg of lamb, stuffed chicken, roast pork spiral ham,
Cranberry pineapple salad, sweet potatoes in butter, vegetable platter, tossed salad with tomato and avocado, parsley new potatoes, spinich cucumber salad, fruit salad
Bran muffins, dinner rolls, soft breadsticks, rice pilaf, croissants
Apple cake with rum sauce, frosted banana nut bread sherbet, home made brownies
Iced tea, water, beer, bloody marys, lemonade, coffee

The guests select food, beverages, silverware... everything from the buffet table.
They move to wherever they are comfortable, and sit with whoever they choose.
Provide trays
Marc Zirnheld
Le #61537
in a large glass baking dish, buttocks up.
Tie with butcher string around and across so that he looks like
he?s crawling.
Glaze, then arrange pineapples and secure with cloves.
Bake uncovered in 350° oven till thermometer reaches 160°.



Cajun Babies

Just like crabs or crawfish, babies are boiled alive!
You don?t need silverware, the hot spicy meat comes off in your hands.

6 live babies
1 lb. smoked sausage
4 lemons
whole garlic
2 lb. new potatoes
4 ears corn
1 box salt
crab boil

Bring 3 gallons of water to a boil.
Add sausage, salt, crab boil, lemons and garlic.
Drop potatoes in, boil for 4 minutes.
Corn is added next, boil an additional 11 minutes.
Put the live babies into the boiling water and cover.
Boil till meat comes off easily with a fork.



Oven-Baked Baby-Back Ribs

Beef ribs or pork ribs can be used in this recipe,
and that is exactly what your dinner guests will assume!
An excellent way to expose the uninitiated to this highly misunderstood
yet succulent source of protein.

2 human baby rib racks
3 cups barbecue sauce or honey glaze (see index)
Salt
black pepper
white pepper
paprika

Remove the silverskin by loosening from the edges,
then stripping off.
Season generously, rubbing the mixture into the baby?s flesh.
Place 1 quart wa
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