What Is Receiving Sensitivity?

- Nov 01, 2018-

Receiving sensitivity: In radio or walkie-talkie, the receiving sensitivity is the size of the minimum RF signal that needs to be input when the receiver outputs a signal with a specified signal-to-noise ratio. The smaller the value is, the higher the receiver sensitivity of the receiver. In the wireless microphone, it should be expressed as the value of the input RF signal when the receiver is critically muted, because when the input signal is lower than the squelch point, the receiver is in the squelch state, and the signal is not output.

 

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