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I just don't think you're thinking this through all the way, and using the toolbox in MATLAB before you understand the basics. SNR is signal-to-noise ratio and is defined as $\text{SNR}=\frac{\text{Signal Power}}{\text{Noise Power}}$. When you call snr(signal, noise) in MATLAB, all it is doing is calculating the signal power, mean(abs(signal).^2), and the ...


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