An apparatus, system, and method of improving the E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio performance of a wireless device. The apparatus, system, and method include measuring an E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio in a communicated return link burst, and, upon failure of the E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio to meet a predetermined threshold, probing for an available switch to a less protested communication mode to improve the E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio. The probing may include transmitting a full power SYNC burst, measuring the E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio correspondent to the full power SYNC burst, and comparing the measured E.sub.S/N.sub.0 ratio correspondent to the full power SYNC burst to the predetermined threshold.
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