There's not really any 'good' ratio of FCS/RX, because FCS will
increment whenever any noise manages to look like a packet for at least
16 bytes. You can just leave it sitting on a quiet channel for a few
days with open squelch and FCS is likely to keep increasing, even though
you haven't actually lost any packets.
There are also a couple of overflow counters in there (for tracking RX
buffers) and some internal flags that are useful for debugging.
EM Sharp wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what the items listed by this command mean? A few
> are obvious, others ????. What is considered good for the ratio of RX
> to FCS? Is there any way to "tune" this? Some clues on the other
> parameters would be nice.