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Well I have a Sangean ATS-803A radio that was release in 1990 and it
has a signl stength meter,but I get no real reading in microvolts on it.
It just 5 leds that show a relative signal strength. I also have ham
radios that cover the AM band which show a meter with 1db to 80db on a meter.
This is a high cost radio and cannot even say I could use this to show
a true field strength. Really it takes a field strength meter that
measures in microvolts, and when it comes down to it that all the FCC is going to
accept for a true reading.
I do not have a field strength meter like this and I missed out on owning one
a few years ago. Really wish I had not. I could have really used it.