(term) Signal Level Squelch

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  1. audiokid

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    Receiver squelch (muting) that is based on RF signal strength present at the receiver input. When the RF signal is considered high enough to output audio of acceptable quality, the receiver is un-muted.
    (See Squelch)
     
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