incident power

incident power

[′in·sə·dənt ¦pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
Product of the outgoing current and voltage, from a transmitter, traveling down a transmission line to the antenna.
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35dB insertion loss, 19dB return loss, 53dBm CW incident power, and 19dBm flat leakage power at +55dBm and is offered in a low-RGA fully hermetic package with a compact 10.
First, an incident power is added into the proposed antenna.
If incident power from only Port 1, corresponding to [a.
If we want to excite a field in the cavity, more incident power is needed for the weak coupling.
2, which means that the fraction of incident power entering the switch 1 remains above 96%.
INCIDENT Power had to be switched off, affecting 176 homes and firms
An equal split Wilkinson power divider divides the incident power into two equal parts with the help of quarter wave transformers and an isolation resistor.
The laser beam is focused to produce an incident power at the surface of the material; power wich will initialize the vaporisation and the formation of the keyhole effect.
In the first incident power tools were taken from a shed, and in the second incident the burglars broke into a garden shed in Westbourne Road, Penarth.
The transmission loss is the ratio of the transmitted to the incident power as defined in chapter 47 of the ASHRAE Handbook (2003).
They can operate from DC to 4 GHz and up to a peak RF incident power of +20 dBm.

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