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Thread: signal strenght

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    signal strenght

    I am trying to get a straight answer on which is better a lower or higher number (dBm) in my signal strenght, under settings>status>signal strenght. -94dBm will show up on my meter with 1 or 2 bars. While -55dBm will sometimes show up 3 or more (or less) bars on the graph.
    I have used a Wilson Amplifier and that gives me a lower number. I am confused.
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    lower better, as for bars, you got me....mine never looks right either....will have full bars with -100 and one bar with -66


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