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Kameshwaran
Kameshwaran
04:09 Jul-17-2008
UT

What is the difference between Reference Level and Scanning Level in UT?


    
 
 
Navita Gupta
Navita Gupta
08:03 Jul-17-2008
Re: UT
Reference level is the % FSH/ dBs at which you set youtr reference echo. Could be Backwall to 100% FSH.
Scanning dBs are generally 6 dBs greater thanthe Reference\echo. Usually it is written in the standards as do scanning at RE+6 dBs or 10 dBs or 20 dBs.

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