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Poor CCQ with NV2

Wed Feb 25, 2015 8:14 pm

With NV2 protocol enabled, even though TX/RX signals are not so bad I always see bad CCQ values.
Why?
TX/RX -74/-70
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TX/RX -58/-45
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Re: Poor CCQ with NV2

Fri Feb 27, 2015 5:34 pm

It seems the NV2 CCQ is based on an average rather than a real time reading like Nstreme or 802.11.

I've noticed the same, but when I check back in an hour the link has 90%+ CCQ.
 
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Re: Poor CCQ with NV2

Mon May 02, 2016 5:07 pm

Hi Folks!

I'm having the same issue, I mean... veery good signals and low Tx/Rx CCQ, even when I get goodd througput, please someone has a good explanation for this?, I know Overall Tx CCQ is not supported by nv2 Protocol, but how about the other info in CCQ?

I hope this picture help

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Poor CCQ with NV2

Fri May 06, 2016 7:58 pm

CCQ with NV2 seems to be on a 5 second average or something. Not quite real time like 802.11 or nstreme.

I've been tuning links this week, seems that poor CCQ on my NV2 links almost always comes down to local interference.

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