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Old 3-Nov-2014, 5:08 PM   #27
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Their reply was to be without issue, signal strength on all channels needs to be in the 80-100% range, RS Corrected and RS Uncorrected has to be 0, and SNR Levels have to be in the 30-35 dB SNR.
Those reading would be ideal, but your own tests have shown that for satisfactory reception the signal strength can be lower, and the SNR can be as low as 18 dB (15.5 dB at 0 NM is minimum). I do agree with them about the errors.

Is there any equipment that could put me at those levels?
Maybe, but it would be more expensive than necessary.
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