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Thread: How to automatically start logging when Inssider is opened every time ?

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    I have another question,do you know the unit of RSSI?

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    Yes, the dBm is just decibels. It's meant to be a comparison so you can see RSSI in a whole value rather than a log value. Here's a quick breakdown for you:

    -50 dBm and below : Great
    -50 to -60 dBm : Good
    -60 to -70 dBm : Alright
    -70 to -80 dBm : Meh
    -90 dBm : Just pure awful...

    Hope that helps

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    Hi Stephen

    thanks for information.

    In log file,the unit of RSSI is db not dbm.

    RSSI: -47 dB
    Quality: 0%
    Channel 4

    So your developer may correct it.

    Last edited by jsyzljx; 05-18-2012 at 02:19 AM.

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    Hello Albert, dB is the same thing as dBm. the 'dB' portion of it is the comparison value (decibel). The 'm' just signifies that the comparison is in amplitude levels. There are other 'dB' comparisons which end with different letters which just indicate what they are comparing. For example, dBW is a reference to Watts. But it's measure is still in decibels. There is actually a pretty good read on this I found when I started at MetaGeek to help me understand the unit. You can find that HERE

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