Just a follow up on this, as I would much rather try to find a solution that doesn't involve Rogers since no one is normally at the residence during the day, it appears that the second terminal that they have, a free-rental Scientific Atlanta E940, is also now demonstrating similar problems (although not to the same extent, it is less noticeable but it is still happening). There will be random pixilation that will occur and it doesn't matter what station. I wanted to check the FDC and the signal strength but after looking through 57's FAQs for the SA boxes I was unable to find specific instructions that model since it lacks front panel buttons. Perhaps 57 knows the answer to this, or someone else will, but is there a way so I can see if the same issue that the SA 3200 is demonstrating also occurs with this terminal?
Mythorn, thanks for the general help. I was just downstairs looking at the main distribution that Rogers had actually setup a few years ago when the next door neighbors did something with their signal and as a result the reception here suffered. It is a 5~2400 mhz bidirectional so there isn't a problem with that. The SA 3200 that I had originally discussed is probably the farthest from the booster which is why it is demonstrating the most problems and unlike the SA E940, that unit is owned and was a private purchase so I doubt there is a 1 year warrantee by Rogers. Do you know what a purple '> Range' in FDC represents?
Any other help is appreciated. If not someone may have to take a day off of work just so Rogers can come out and take a look... sigh...
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