antenna power

antenna power

[an′ten·ə ‚pau̇·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Radio-frequency power delivered to an antenna.
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ETL's GPS over Fibre is provided with short circuit protected 12V 500mA antenna power, with LED indicators for module and antenna power and status.
Philips agreed that this could be true and that a number of factors played into the range of a site's cellular coverage -- including cellular antenna power, the height and orientation of nearby buildings and the surrounding terrain.
Tenders are invited for Supply & installation of fixed VHF Rt set 25 Watss including antenna power pack capable of inputting Ac/Dc 24 v o/p Rf cable,connector and accessories for marine application
It is obvious that conventional equal power allocation for HD is not optimal scheme under the constraint of the total transmit power because it fails to optimize the transmit antenna power and use the FD transmission mode.
If the probe reading is accurate, the required field strength can be achieved by increasing or decreasing the antenna power as required.
Input filter should be capable to transmit collected microwave power by antenna power towards the rectifier circuit.
The measured antenna power gains are approximately -4 and -6 dB at 1040 and 1900 MHz, respectively, which are lower than the simulated results by approximately 2 to 3 dB.
In addition, the higher power RAUs can be mixed with TE's current RAUs in venues where extra antenna power is required at some locations but not others.
Applications for the AD8307 amplifier include transmitter antenna power measurement, receiver signal strength indication and low cost radar and sonar signal processing.
This converter helps to extend talk-time by up to 40 minutes in 3G handsets by adapting the voltage supply level of the 3G RF power amplifier according to the RF power sent through the antennae, enabling higher power efficiency for a wide range of antenna power levels.
Among the other tests the MT8801B can perform in less than two seconds are adjacent-channel power, occupied bandwidth, origin offset, frequency and frequency error, leakage power during carrier off, modulation accuracy and antenna power.
Whereas conventional wireless antennas send and receive signals equally in every direction, SmartBeam(TM) monitors the network connection and redirects antenna power for maximum performance and minimum interference.

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