> Is there a chance to read a signal that produces 0 (zero) dB S/N ?
> What does it happen increasing that signal by 2 dB ?
> Is it detectable a 2 dB S/N ?
> Two divided by zero is equal to ?
You do not divide dB, you add or subtract them. dB's are
logarithms or ratios of powers. Zero dB is equal to unity
power ratio, or no change in power. A zero dB s/n means
both are equal in power level at whatever level they happen
73, Jim KH7M
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