I`m trying to come up with a couple of equations to determine the characteristics of residential networks. Basically, what I`ve got so far is that the bandwidth is determined by the interval in which PSACR (power sum attenuation to cross talk ratio) has a positive value. I do realize that bends in the cable will modify the impedance and thus modify the twisted pair characteristics.
So, what I am looking for are the equations (or at least some help in coming up with them) that would give me length and bend (corner) dependencies (for example, if I have a 130m link that has 4 corners, my link will have a bandwidth of X, attenuation of Y and max data rate of Z).
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