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"Graham" wrote in message
The signal to noise ratio (SNR) is 4.5dB which doesn't
sound a lot but the
dB scale is logrythmic so 4.5dB means the signal is about
4 to 5 times
louder than the line moise
4.5dB makes the signal approximately 2.82 times the noise.
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