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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signal-to-noise_ratio

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 ...

www.lifewire.com/signal-to-noise-ratio-3134701

Oct 13, 2016 ... That's the kind of good signal-to-noise ratio people prefer for clear and accurate sound. But if a signal happens to be weak, some might think to ...

documentation.meraki.com/MR/WiFi_Basics_and_Best_Practices/Wireless_fundamentals%3A_Signal-to-Noise_Ratio_(SNR)__and_wireless_signal_strength

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 ...

www.netspotapp.com/help/what-is-the-signal-to-noise

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 ...

www.bcae1.com/sig2nois.htm

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  ...

forum.videohelp.com/threads/176218-signal-to-noise-ratio-what-is-best

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.

www.wireless-nets.com/resources/tutorials/define_SNR_values.html

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.

www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials/article.php/3468771/SNR-Cutoff-Recommendations.htm

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 ...

www.speedguide.net/faq/what-cable-modem-signal-levels-are-considered-good-78

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

www.rode.com/blog/all/what-is-signal-to-noise-ratio

What was it that made the recording so great? ... What you've just identified, maybe without even realising, is just how important a good signal-to-noise ratio can ...