Pace Twin - Can signal strength be shown ?

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    Seem to be getting ocassional judder / freeze on ITV / C4 / C5.

    Is there anyway you can see on the twin the strength of the signal that each channel is receiving via the aerial ?.......i'd guessed you'd need another device to do this.

    I have recently had a high gain wideband installed but it looks like a booster may also be required bhut will wait till the update has been applied in case that helps.

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    Yes. Look in the menu.

    You need to be concerned with TWO factors - strength and bit error rate.

    A strong signal will still display glitches if it is interfered with to sufficient an extent. A weak signal, which is totally clean, will display a good picture and sound.

    A weak signal, however, will be more susceptible to interference (and hence, being "dirtied").
     

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