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Colleagues: anyone have thoughts on this comment? I’m not sure which way to go with this comment.
CommenterName: Thaler, Pat
CommenterCo: Agilent Technologies
It would be more reader friendly to have the value match the class number that is supported. It also isn't clear why Classes 3 and 4 are lumped together. Also, it isn't clear why the last value isn't simply Class 3 since the text says it is the highest power supported. Class 4 is currently undefined but the table says it is limited to the same max power as Class 3. Class 0 means that the power will be less than or equal to Class 3. Therefore the highest power would be Class 3.
Same comment applies to do_classification on page 42 line 44
Values: 1 Class 1
2 Class 2
3 Class 3
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