radiated power

radiated power

[′rād·ē‚ād·əd ′pau̇·ər]
(electromagnetism)
The total power emitted by a transmitting antenna.
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The equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of Antenna ports reaches 65 dBm, ranking first within the industry.
The company patented the concept of repurposing the cell phone's surface into an energy-harvesting antenna that absorbs and reuses its own wasted radiated power to deliver smarter, green wireless charging.
The amount of this current is proportional to radiated power.
First, they can be calibrated at the factory to remove the radiated power variability of the IR LED.
5145 milli watt and radiated power is measured at 0.
Effective radiated power is 34,000 watts, covering northeast Indiana, northwest Ohio, and extreme southern Michigan.
One newly launched multiband antenna (by Swedish manufacturer CellMax Technologies) offers 21 dBi radiated power on the high band with 4[degrees] of vertical beam.
3 GHz (as shown in Figure 3 and Figure 5), and the radiated power ratios were approximately 38.
The structure of the paper is as follows: In Section 2 the Hamiltonian theory for the nonlinear interaction of relativistic electrons with a plane electromagnetic wave in a magnetic field is shortly reproduced, and in Section 3 the computation of the electron-cyclotron radiated power in time and frequency domain is presented.
However, the geometric shape of the coils, their gains, specific absorption rate SAR effect and radiated power loss are still issues for the suitability in the implanted micro-systems.
The DTCs provide a monolithically-integrated antenna-tuning solution that improves Total Radiated Power (TRP), with direct battery voltage operation, enabling a more efficient smartphone with extended battery life.
Both of the power loss can reduce the radiated power through the antenna thus bring down the gain of the antenna.