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what's the meaning of OVL

I have read a paper which mentions a term i don't understand
the original sentance:
Speech quality in error-free condition at nominal input level of -20 dB with respect to the OVL point.       
    Anybody can explain it to me ? thanks

 

what's the meaning of OVL

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I have read a paper which mentions a term i don't understand
the original sentance:
Speech quality in error-free condition at nominal input level of -20 dB with respect to the OVL point.       
     Anybody can explain it to me ? thanks
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If that's a sentence.. can you tell me where's the verb?


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Did a search on google: Maybe this can clear it up :
[a href="http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/plans/Worst_Case_Approach.html]http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/plans/Worst...e_Approach.html[/url]

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The overlapping bandwidth limit Ovl corresponding to this frequency offset limit fol1 can be expressed as follows:

Ovl = 13 * (Bi + Bw) / (2 * 27) in the case of a wanted analogue signal

E.g. in the standard analogue case where Bi=Bw=27 MHz, Ovl = 13 MHz.

Emphasis mine.

 
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