In order to calculate signature strengths, the first thing to determine is the Probe Sensor Strength.
Probe Sensor Strength
Probe Sensor Strength is determined by multiplying the probe's Base Sensor Strength with the Sensor Strength Multiplier.
So, a maximum skilled capsuleer with 'Prospector' AR-810 implant and a full Low-grade Virtue set plugged in, flying in a Covert-ops frigate which has been improved with 2 Gravity Capacitor Upgrade I rigs, using RSS Core Scanner Probes launched from a Sisters Core Probe Launcher has the maximum Probe Sensor Strength of 198.39
Each cosmic signature has a Signature Strength. The maximum Signal Strength picked up by your scan probes is determinded by the formula (downloadable excel sheet):
The actual, Reported Signal Strength is commonly lower than the maximum: the distance to the target will influence the results. With multiple probes, the angles between the probes to the target signature also have a major effect on the signature strength reported in the scan results.
The scan probe deviation mainly affects the reported location and distance to the target signature. It does not seem to affect reported signature strength.
*) The value can be calculated by the empircal probe multiplier formula:
Y = a / (b + (X + c)d) - offset
Y is the probe multiplierWith constants
X is the number of probes
a = 2.27127967384994E-09
b = 1.12344005211905E-09
c = 13.4252377061721
d = -7.73088260552265
offset = 0.766607925235115
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