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The Billion N gained a large following among broadband enthusiasts for delivering the very highest speeds possible from broadband connections due to its innovative target SNR margin adjustment bupac and robust Broadcom chipset.
See our latest router recommendations on our Which Broadband Modem Router? This page provides information on how to tweak the target SNR margin, manually select the modulation method and turn on advanced impulse noise protection to maximise your broadband speeds. The page also nanual the Billion N manual and a link to the latest UK firmware. The latest firmware version in the UK is 1. Billion N firmware 1.
The purpose of this page is not to repeat what is already documented in the N user manual, but to describe critical optimisation tweaks that go beyond the Billion documentation. Those extra Mbps are particularly highly valued by people living or working in rural areas at relatively large distances from their exchange. Even broadband users living close to an exchange are often delighted to see substantial improvements in their download speed too.
With its robust Broadcom bipca chipset, the Billion Bbipac has gained an unrivalled reputation among broadband users for maintaining a connection, even in low signal-to-noise conditions.
In particular, the Billion N gives greater control to broadband users than other modems by:. A great feature of the N’s target SNR margin adjustment capability is that any changes made survive a modem reboot.
Despite the power of target SNR margin adjustment, most N owners are completely unaware of this capability because it has not been heavily promoted by Billion and the target SNR margin adjustment is not part of the visible set-up menus.
The Billion N has a ‘hidden’ menu in its configuration, which you can access by adding ‘snr. So, if you currently access the modem by entering ‘http: Depending on the current target SNR margin that your broadband provider has set for your line and the target SNR margin that you would like, you should enter the number according to the table below. Once you have entered the number, remember to press the ‘Apply’ button.
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You do not have to reboot the modem. Once you press the ‘Apply button’, the modem will resync with the exchange and you should experience an increased downlink connection speed. It’s really that easy to substantially increase your download speed! If the table above is rather confusing, the table below presents the information in a different way. You start off with whatever your default SNR margin value is, and work your way down the table to increase speed until you find the optimum setting for your line.
You can always reset back to the default value by using the number Note that you can use values between those shown, but we wanted to avoid having a huge table! Please bear in mind that by increasing the speed of your line, you may make the line less stable. So, you’ll have to work out the best target SNR margin for your own line.
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You will be able to use lower SNR target margins if you have interleaving switched on hipac your line. You can request your ISP to do this if it is not already switched on. Many broadband users are able to bioac a stable connection with a target SNR margin of about 3 dB. However, your line may be different. If you experience unacceptable line drops, you can simply change your target margin to a level that you are happy with and you will know that you’re achieving the very best performance you can.
What’s particularly nice about this tweak is that settings are not lost when the modem is rebooted. While target SNR margin tweaking can substantially increase your broadband bkllion, it is one of a number of techniques that can be applied, and you could get even better broadband speeds. Please read our free Increase Broadband Speed Guide for more information.
When the N is left in its default setting, the modulation method is bkllion automatically. However, manual selection can potentially improve the speeds and stability.
We recommend that that you try each available operating mode in turn to see which one gives the best speeds and stability for your line. For example, for our own particular line, we have found that ADSL2 works best. Here you simply tick the modulation type s that you want to be used. Ticking only one option will force the modem to use that particular mode to allow you to test its performance.
Using a chipset from Broadcom, the Billion N benefits from a new impulse noise protection technology. According to Broadcom, its Bilion pronounced “Fire” technology delivers a ten-fold improvement in noise resilience bippac impulse noise and delivers a reduction in bit error rates. To switch on impulse noise protection, go to the ‘Advanced’ menu, then ‘Configuration’.
This is the same menu as shown above for the modulation configuration. You need to tick the two boxes for ‘PhyR’ – for both upstream and downstream. We understand that the impulse noise protection does not work will all exchange equipment, although it does no harm being left on!
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