field-strength meter

field-strength meter

[′fēld ‚streŋkth ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A calibrated radio receiver used to measure the field strength of radiated electromagnetic energy from a radio transmitter.
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In a similar fashion, measurements of high-frequency voltages on the ground can be assessed with a high-frequency field-strength meter placed at a controlled distance from the object.
The field-strength meter does not provide precision measurements of high-frequency signals.
Also, the field-strength meter response is not flat with frequency so factor in the error data provided by the manufacturer.
Maiwei manufacturers equipment including satellite receivers, set-top-box, TV modulators and demodulators, optical transmitters, optical receivers, optical stations, trunk and distribution amplifiers, taps and splitters, and field-strength meters.

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