No problem-just a question I don't have an answer for.
I have a 900Mhz PtP link here that shoots through 1/3 mile of solid trees.
S/N is typically 4-8 at a -86.
After the last two heavy snows when all the trees and every branch had 4-6" of snow on them the signal jumped to -80 to as high as -74 and stayed at those levels until the snow dropped off.
Anyone know the physics behind this?