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Cisco Bug: CSCvu17233 - RPHY: should display downstream channel power in one decimal point

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May 28, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Remote PHY Shelves

Known Affected Releases

RPDv8.3

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Power level of downstream scqam channel is displayed as interger. in "show downstream channel configuration" in original RPD CLI implementation:
R-PHY#show downstream channel configuration 
Chan  State   Frequency  Type      Annex    Modulation Srate   Interleave  Power   Muted    
0     UP      213000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
1     UP      219000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
2     UP      225000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
3     UP      231000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
4     UP      237000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
5     UP      243000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
6     UP      249000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   
7     UP      255000000  DOCSIS    ANNEX_B  256QAM     5361    I32-J4      21      NORMAL   

Chan  State   Type    StartFreq  Width      PlcFreq    CPrefix  RollOff  Interleave  Spacing  Power   Muted    
158   UP      OFDM    645000000  192000000  651000000  1024     128      16          50kHz    21.0    NORMAL   
159   UP      OFDM    845000000  192000000  938000000  1024     128      16          50kHz    21.0    NORMAL

Conditions:
In all RPD release before 8.3
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