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    How can it will calculated
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    09-13-2018 03:09 AM
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    ASU is Arbitary Strength Unit. It's a measure of received signal strength.

    In a GSM signal, it maps to dBm = 2 × ASU - 113 (the range is 0-0..31 and 99 for unknown).

    In an LTE signal, RSRP (reference signal received power) maps to (ASU - 141) ≤ dBm < (ASU - 140). The range is 0-96, 0 = <-140dBm (totally unusable), 97 = >-44dBm (virtually "you're on the tower").

    Network Signal Info shows both.

    Oh, and it should be high.
    09-13-2018 01:19 PM

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