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  • Rssi?

    According to Wikipedia's article on RSSI, this is a measurement of signal strength of wireless connections? (Or did I not understand that?)

    So is -41 dBm and -36 dBm with a "noise floor" of -94 dBm good or bad?

    Should I be paying attention to it if the numbers approach the noise floor or if they're near the other end of it?
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    Re: Rssi?

    I wouldn't worry about it unless it actually affects you connection. FYI, RSSI is "Received Signal Strength Indicator". It's used in everything from wi-fi to FM radios.
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