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Old 25th September 2013
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Hi,

I'm setting my FreeBSD box to connect to my wireless network. The output is as follows:

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SSID/MESH ID    BSSID              CHAN RATE   S:N     INT CAPS
MirchoNET AP1   XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX    1   54M  35:-9   100 EP   WPA
My question is about S:N parameters. ¿Wich means this parameters? ¿What is the range? I was referring to the manual but i don't found anything.

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Here is a lengthy explanation
Signal to Noise ratio

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