Beacon Calibrated RSSI value

Beacon Calibrated RSSI value

The Beacons have a default calibrated RSSI set to -54dBm. To this value, the Advertising Frame Power has to be added.
For example, if the Advertising Power is set to -8dBm, the total power will be -62dBm. Or if the Advertising Power is +4dBm, the resulting power will be -50dBm.
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