radiated power

radiated power

[′rād·ē‚ād·əd ′pau̇·ər]
(electromagnetism)
The total power emitted by a transmitting antenna.
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Users can flexibly create their own radiation patterns and measure the radiated power for selected orientations.
The R&S TS8991 OTA Test System is configured with hardware and software extensions for legacy and LTE A-GPS, a R&S ZND vector network analyzer for passive antenna measurements and faster system calibrations, and a second antenna boom with additional R&S NRP power sensors for faster total radiated power (TRP) measurements.
5145 milli watt and radiated power is measured at 0.
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.
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.
Antenna's operating frequency is 806-960/17102180/1710-2180 MHz, effective radiated power (ERP takes into consideration transmitter power output, transmission line attenuation, RF connector insertion losses, and antenna's directivity) is 350 W, coverage area on the horizontal plane--65[degrees]/65[degrees]/65[degrees], coverage area on the vertical plane--7.
Initial data on calculation cover the coordinates of antenna centre x, y, z, the direction of the most intensive radiation (azimuth), antenna tilt in vertical and horizontal planes of the directivity diagram, antenna radiation rate, effective radiated power of the antenna.
At the same time the plan clearly defines many of the technical parameters for such use, for example, the maximum radiated power, the place of installation and height of the antenna, etc.
The product delivers a line-of-sight connection up to 5 miles away with up to 30W of Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) without sacrificing bandwidth, security or performance.
5 [micro]m) could control the radiated power by using a natural gas flow regulator.
Circuit designers typically want a uniform average radiated power of a load whether it is driven by an AC source or subjected to a DC voltage.
The effect of radiated power is misunderstood mostly by those who protest against it.