What is SINR?

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SINR is Signal in Noise Ratio.

In other words, this indicates how much of a gap there is between background noise and the actual signal.

This needs to ideally be 10 or over as a higher number indicates that the signal is way above the noise floor so the higher the number the better. More background noise means poorer performance.

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