What is 'attenuate' πŸ§‘β€πŸ”§

After a few colleagues asked for my assistance on the subject, I decided to write about "What is 'attenuate'". If you're still unsure, stick with me…

And the quick answer is…

To weaken a signal by reducing its level.

Attenuate is a verb that indicates diminishing or reducing the strength or power of something.

So attenuation is the reduction of signal strength.

This can be found with both analog and digital signals.

Attenuation is measured in decibels.

In fiber optic cables the attenuation is measured as a number of decibels per foot.

The cable with less attenuation per unit distance is considered to be more efficient.

These are questions that people still ask:


What is attenuation and how can I increase signal strength...

Let’s explore how attenuation occurs and what options are available to increase signal strength. Attenuation is the loss of signal strength in networking cables or connections. This typically is measured in decibels (dB) or voltage and can occur due to a variety of factors.

This article ends here. But if you have any questions, please drop them at the comments below.

Note: This is a draft for my new article.


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