The quality of internet connection on basis of CINR and RSSI

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How the quality of Internet connection depends on CINR and RSSI values?

What is the minimum value of these two to use a 1 Mbps internet connection?

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The quality of internet connection on basis of CINR and RSSI

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RSSI is what we call Received Signal Strength indicator which is basically the level of received signal strength in dBm.

CINR is what we call Carrier to Interference+Noise Ratio which is basically the signal to noise ratio in dB
 
RSSI from -50 to -85 dBm
  
You would want RSSI to be closer to -50 than to -85
 
CINR from 10 to 30 dB
  • You would want CINR to be closer to 30 than to 10
  • At most value of 20 or more can be considered a ""good signal""
  • At least value of 15 or less will probably trigger your modem to try to swap to another tower  
1Mbps connection with RSSI of -79.50 and CINR of 12.56 is marginal.

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