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Five by five is the best of 25 possible subjective responses used to describe the quality of communications, specifically the signal-to-noise ratio. As receiving stations move away from an analog radio transmitting site, the signal strength decreases gradually, causing the relative noise level to increase. The signal becomes increasingly difficult to understand until it can no longer be heard as anything other than static. Five-by-five is the best possible Readability and Signal Strength Report previously used by some radio services.

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  • Five by five is the best of 25 possible subjective responses used to describe the quality of communications, specifically the signal-to-noise ratio. As receiving stations move away from an analog radio transmitting site, the signal strength decreases gradually, causing the relative noise level to increase. The signal becomes increasingly difficult to understand until it can no longer be heard as anything other than static. Five-by-five is the best possible Readability and Signal Strength Report previously used by some radio services.
  • L'expression cinq sur cinq exprime le fait qu'un message a été parfaitement compris par le destinataire. En vocabulaire radio professionnel, cette expression décrit une qualité de communication la plus élevée possible, c'est-à-dire un rapport signal-bruit maximal. * Portail de la radio Portail de la radio * Portail des télécommunications Portail des télécommunications
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  • Five by five is the best of 25 possible subjective responses used to describe the quality of communications, specifically the signal-to-noise ratio. As receiving stations move away from an analog radio transmitting site, the signal strength decreases gradually, causing the relative noise level to increase. The signal becomes increasingly difficult to understand until it can no longer be heard as anything other than static. Five-by-five is the best possible Readability and Signal Strength Report previously used by some radio services.
  • L'expression cinq sur cinq exprime le fait qu'un message a été parfaitement compris par le destinataire. En vocabulaire radio professionnel, cette expression décrit une qualité de communication la plus élevée possible, c'est-à-dire un rapport signal-bruit maximal. L'origine de l'expression vient de la codification des communications militaires qui dans de nombreux pays (en particulier ceux membres de l'OTAN) utilisent deux échelles (mesure) numériques pour évaluer la qualité d'une communication : la première pour la force du signal reçu et la seconde pour la clarté du signal reçu, ; chacune allant de 1 à 5. Cinq sur cinq, parfois transcrit en 5/5 ou 5x5 (five-by-five en anglais) correspond donc à un niveau maximal sur chacune des deux échelles, tant en intensité qu'en clarté. * Portail de la radio Portail de la radio * Portail des télécommunications Portail des télécommunications
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