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What is the receiving sensitivity of the RF connector?
RF connector reception sensitivity, which should be one of the most basic concepts, characterizes the lowest signal strength that the receiver can recognize without exceeding a certain bit error rate.
Here, the bit error rate is a general term used in the CS (circuit-switched) era. In most cases, BER (Bit Error Rate) or PER (Bit Error Rate) is used to examine sensitivity, and it is used in the LTE era. Quantitative throughput is defined - because LTE does not have a circuit switched voice channel, but this is also a real evolution, because for the first time we are no longer using a 12.2 kbps RMC (reference measurement channel, which actually represents a rate of 12.2 kbps). Speech coding) Such "standardized alternatives" measure sensitivity, but are defined by the throughput that users can actually feel.
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