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FAQ > Product Division FAQs > Why are there so many different modulation and error correction schemes available in your radios ?

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The myriad of modulation types and forward error correction (FEC) combinations has been preset at the factory to allow the end user flexibility in achieving higher data thru-puts while maintaining system integrity.  Note, that greater thru-put requirements will tax a system greater and usually manifests itself as a decrease in available signal to noise ratio or limited fade margin availability.  DSI designs each system solution as a custom solution specific to your needs.  We tell you up front what your expected data thru-put will be and what future capacity may be available.  As well, we provide you a benchmark of what RF signal to noise, received carrier level and fade margin specifications you can expect from your system.

Last updated on August 27, 2009 by dsitest