EIRP


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eirp

EIRP

(Equivalent [or] Effective Isotropically Radiated Power) A measurement of the amount of power emitted by an antenna. In a locality, the EIRP of antennas are taken into account in order to avoid interference on the same frequency.
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TI's research team used an antenna-in-package approach to obtain significantly better radiation efficiency and state-of-the-art EIRP in 65nm CMOS.
EIRP Maps (Included on CD-ROM) - invaluable EIRP, SFD & G/T maps giving essential engineering and technical information in color on SatMaps CD-ROM.
Together with efficient implementation, we support an aggregate of over 1Gbps on a 500 Mhz beam with EIRP of 63 dBW.
The first UHF RFID module to deliver FCC and ETSI support in a single module configuration at 36 dBm EIRP and 33 dBm ERP, respectively, allowing solution providers to offer a wider range of global applications.
In recent tests from Tampa using the XTAR-LANT satellite, the TM-X850MP demonstrated a 2 Mbps data rate, twice that of comparable VSAT terminals operating from the same EIRP contour.
Specifically, ReVerb's rV300i digital integrated antenna systems provide up to 50 watts of combined power, allowing operators to reach EIRP regulatory limits and providing in-building coverage, including coverage and capacity for tall buildings in dense urban areas, through its unique vertical sub-sectorization capabilities.
These power levels allow the rV300i products to provide up to 62 dBm EIRP per MIMO branch into a standard 120 degree sector.
The operation was approved for the entire UHF TV band (Channel 14 to 51, from 470 MHz to 698 MHz) and authorized for a radiated output power close to 4 W EIRP (with more than 0.
Dolores Martos, Vice President Sales Latin America & Caribbean at SES NEW SKIES, stated: "The high EIRP, coverage area, elevation angle and connectivity of NSS-7 is ideal for CapRock since the satellite allows CapRock to provide bandwidth to its customers operating in the offshore oil fields and leverages its teleport in Macae.
Another innovation is the RF design optimization tool which calculates EiRP and predicted coverage in real time as the antenna is moved around the floor plan of the building.
4 GHz devices are limited to 10 mW of transmission power, the XBee-PRO 868 is capable of 500 mW of EIRP (equivalent isotropically radiated power).
3cm) with 1 foot long 900MHz 5 dBi antenna utilizing the 900 MHz band with average EIRP power of above 1W, which supports node-to-node distance of up to 1km in open space, makes it an ideal wireless solution for outdoor heavy foliage communities.