microvolts per meter

microvolts per meter

[′mī·krə‚vols pər ′mēd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Field strength of antenna which is the ratio of the antenna voltage in microvolts to the antenna length in meters, as measured at a given point.
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ant = antenna dependent uV/m = microvolts per meter
While propagating from a transmitting to a receiving antenna, signals must be accurately described in terms of their "electric intensity," which is most commonly quantified in microvolts per meter ([micro]V/m).
To convert this formula into the most usable form, we want millwatts on the left and microvolts per meter and megahertz on the right, and all of the real numbers collected into one big term.