When specs are given, the measurement criteria should also be given. What are the conditions that constitute their "sensitivity"? Is it a bit-error-rate (BER) of 5%, or a much more liberal 8, 9 or even 10% BER? That is the problem when comparing specs from different vendors when the conditions aren't properly spelled out.
Originally Posted by sergeikolomov
Given the two models that you stated, the 362 definitely has much better sensitivity that the other model, provided that the test conditions were equal. They both represent pretty much the industry norm. A more sensitive board for this market would not make sense, given the intended use (normal in-home use) and would only meet a specific niche in the market, since the top three design criteria in this market is cost, cost and then cost.