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CCAT and RSSI Values in Wireless Networks





rainmaker
Hello everyone,

Recently I have been attempting to do some research on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). This has, if anything, exposed a lack of sufficient radio knowledge on my part. Among other things, I am currently struggligng to grasp the concept of RSSI and CCAT values. I know they are intimately related to the transmissions in wireless networks; however, I still have problems when it comes to understanding how a CCAT value limits the transmissions that are made. I guess what's confusing me in particular is when the CCAT value is measured in negative dBm. If anyone could help me out a little, I would certainly appreciate it. Also, are there any good books on this subject that I might consider reading? Thanks in advance!

--rainmaker
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