An indicator used to measure the strength of the radio signal, often provided on communications receivers.
Origin: Short for "signal strength meter".
An S meter is an indicator often provided on communications receivers, such as amateur radio receivers or shortwave broadcast receivers. The scale markings are derived from a subjective system of reporting signal strength from S1 to S9 as part of the RST code. The term S unit can be used to refer to the amount of signal strength required to move an S meter indication from one marking to the next.
The numerical value of s meter in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of s meter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of s meter in a Sentence
It was built so close, less than a meter away in some places.
We think we can expect to do (the 100-meter race) in about a minute and a half.
If the sea level is rising by one meter, the map of Bangladesh will be changed.
We've already received about three feet (one meter) of snow overall this season.
If nothingness could be measured, the level of his reflection would serve as a standard meter!
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