field strength


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field strength

[′fēld ‚streŋkth]
(physics)
A vector characterizing a field. Also known as field intensity.

signal strength

In radio, a measure of the received radio frequency power, generally expressed in decibels relative to some standard value. Normally, it is either 1 milliwatt or that power which would have resulted at the same distance under free-space transmission. The normal measure for signal strength in voice communications is 1 to 5; 5 is the strongest, as in “receiving you strength 5.” Also called field strength.
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The dielectric strength is a measure of the ability of the material to withstand large field strength without electrical breakdown.
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