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Signal-to-noise ratio

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Signal-to-noise ratio is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as ...

Wireless fundamentals: Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) and wireless ...

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May 23, 2016 ... For instance, a received signal of -65 dBm can be considered good at location that has a noise floor of -90 dBm (SNR 25 dB) but not so much at ...

What is the Signal-to-Noise Ratio and why is it important? | NetSpot ...

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The signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) compares the level of the Wi-FI signal to the ... 16 -24dB (decibels) is usually considered poor; 25-40dB is good and a ratio of ...

signal-to-noise ratio, what is best? - VideoHelp Forum

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Is having the SNR increased good? Or is decreased better? I'm looking at a review of a product. It said the new one has an increased SNR.

SNR Cutoff Recommendations - Wi-Fi Planet

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Feb 4, 2005 ... For example, a signal level of -53dBm measured near an access point and typical noise level of -90dBm yields a SNR of 37dB, a healthy value ...

What is signal-to-noise ratio (S/N or SNR)? - Definition from WhatIs ...

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Signal-to-noise ratio is a measurement of signal strength relative to background noise. Maximizing the S/N ratio offers better performance.

SNR and RSSI Values. | Getting Started with Wireless | Cisco ...

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Jul 28, 2010 ... SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) is a ratio based value that evaluates your signal .... If I convert RSSI level in positive values I get good results for ...

What is meant by signal-to-noise ratio? | Physics Forums - The ...

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May 22, 2005 ... What does it mean saying that the SNR of an audio system is 97dB? ... signal to noise ratio, you are talking about a ratio of the good signal to ...

What Is Signal to Noise Ratio? (Stereo Specifications) - About.com

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Definition and explanation of signal to noise ratio specifications in stereo components.

All About Signal-to-Noise Ratio - Steve's Digicams

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Signal-to-noise ratio is a term that refers to the measurement of the level of an audio signal as compared to the level of noise that is present in that signal.

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Signal To Noise Ratio - Basic Car Audio Electronics

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This page of the bcae1.com site explains signal to noise ratios. ... A piece of electronic equipment with a S/N ratio of 80dB may be good enough for all but the  ...

What cable modem signal levels are considered good ? :: SG FAQ

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Cable modems often have a diagnostics web page that can help view the cable signal details (signal strength, upstream/downstream power levels, SNR, etc.).

How to: Define Minimum SNR Values for Signal Coverage

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A SNR of 30 dB, for example, may allow an 802.11g client radio and access ... 25dB to 40dB SNR = Very good signal (3 - 4 bars); always associated; very fast.