>Whether my signal will be any better is another matter.
It should be a 0.5dB (about 1/10 of an S-point) improvement.
impessive at the first sight, but all bits will help.
Also, note that at the critical point on the error rate vs. S/N curve,
when using a strong error correcting code like WOLF, 0.5dB can be the
difference between no copy at all and perfect copy.
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