receive sensitivity


receive sensitivity
This is the most common user level on most BBS's. It usually allows reasonable usage of the BBS (perhaps it will give you a time limit of 45 minutes per day, and let you download up to 200K of programs). Same as regular user. See also user level.

Dictionary of telecommunications. . 2000.

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