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I've related the question to the following equation: SNR=20log(singal/noise)dB

My answer is 1.58 volts, BUT I'm not entirely sure if that is what they are asking for. Just looking for a little guidance on the question.

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I've related the question to the following equation: SNR=20log(singal/noise)dB

My answer is 1.58 volts, BUT I'm not entirely sure if that is what they are asking for. Just looking for a little guidance on the question.

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Hi TomUIC. http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/5725/red5e5etimes5e5e45e5e25.gif [Broken]

20.log(1.58/0.5) = 10 dB so your answer looks right.

20.log(1.58/0.5) = 10 dB so your answer looks right.

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Hmmmm ... the answer is exactly 10 ...... homework?

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Hmmmm ... the answer is exactly 10 ...... homework?

Yes homework, what relationship am I missing? I'm new to this area so any help is appreciated.

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