radiated power

radiated power

[′rād·ē‚ād·əd ′pau̇·ər]
(electromagnetism)
The total power emitted by a transmitting antenna.
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Metamaterials increase the radiated power. Furthermore, metamaterials increases the gain of an antenna, owing to its band gap and periodic structure.
In addition, the transceiver has a maximum equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP)(4) of 53 dBm.
has introduced the portable, compact MegiQ RMS-0640/0660 Radiation Measurement Systems, turnkey systems that can measure antenna and equipment radiation patterns and Total Radiated Power (TRP) of an RF device from 600MHz to 4/6GHz.
Second, high-power radio-frequency transmissions (with effective radiated power exceeding 1 megawatt) might be an infrequent or short-lived aspect of technologically advanced civilizations.
Transmitter effective isotropic radiated power (EIRP) that exceeds 9 dBm and a receiver noise figure below 6.4 dB help support the radar link budgets.
IoT networks that utilize the unlicensed ISM bands must be within the Equivalent (or Effective) Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) required, as specified by the FCC in order to be a licensed digital transmitter, mitigating the risk of any interference on congested spectrum space.
The Block 35 Baseline 1 EC-130H provides the Air Force with additional capabilities to jam communication, Early Warning/Acquisition radar and navigation systems through higher effective radiated power, extended frequency range and insertion of digital signal processing versus earlier EC-130Hs.
The new CommScope solution includes a base station antenna with full 120-degree beam-steering of four independent MIMOports, using a CommScope patented 256-element antenna array; and an integrated remote radio unit with effective isotropic radiated power (EIRP) in a compact enclosure of less than 10 liters volume, passively cooled and optimised to fit within concealment solutions.
In the expansion vector space, the complex power P done by [mathematical expression not reproducible], and then the radiated power [P.sub.rad] = Re {P} and imaginary power [P.sup.imag] = Im {P} can be expressed in their matrix forms as [mathematical expression not reproducible] [29, 30].
The authors calculated the total radiated power (TRP) of the mobile phone in order to validate effectiveness of this technique.