power bandwidth

power bandwidth

[′pau̇·ər ¦band‚width]
(communications)
The frequency range for which half the rated power of an audio amplifier is available at rated distortion.
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The full power bandwidth of an amplifier is the maximum frequency at which the amplifier does not distort the signal, based on its limited slew rate.
Where; FPBW is the Full Power Bandwidth Vp is the peak output swing of the amplifier
With its unique full power bandwidth, the NCS5650 can operate in any region of the world while complying with local PLC frequency band regulations like CENELEC.
TIME Group Group Group 1 2 3 Averages (RMS exp.) 64 256 64 Power bandwidth (kHz) 200 200 390 Number of points 401 401 1601 Resolution bandwidth (kHz) 24.0 24.0 5.9 Minimum 38.71 39.11 39.53 Maximum 39.99 39.72 39.98 Mean 39.43 39.40 39.74 Standard deviation 0.230 0.100 0.073 Time (s) 3 12 3 The standard deviation of the measured RMS value for the stated separations is 0.41, 0.58 and 0.81, respectively, and the associated repeatability is [+ or -]0.6, 0.87 and 1.2 dB.
The sequential switching technique for synthesizing UWB signals combines high peak power with fast rise times to produce waveforms with extremely high power bandwidth products.
The measured -3 dB full power bandwidth (FPBW) of the ADC is ~2.3 GHz (the frequency at which the input signal is attenuated by 3 dB before being digitized).
In direct sequence, the bit error rate remains strong until the power bandwidth of the interference becomes significant and then the direct sequence path is lost.