TYPICAL_CONVERSION_FORMULAS

# TYPICAL_CONVERSION_FORMULAS - TYPICAL CONVERSION FORMULAS...

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TYPICAL CONVERSION FORMULAS LOG -> LINEAR VOLTAGE FIELD STRENGTH & POWER DENSITY dB V to Volts V = 10 ((dB V – 120) / 20) dB V/m to V/m V/m = 10 (((dB V/m) -120) / 20) Volts to dB V dB V = 20 log(V) + 120 V/m to dB V/m dB V/m = 20 log(V/m) + 120 dBV to Volts V = 10 (dBV / 20) dB V/m to dBmW/m 2 dBmW/m 2 = dB V/m – 115.8 Volts to dBV dBV = 20log(V) dBmW/m 2 to dB V/m dB V/m = dBmW/m 2 + 115.8 dBV to dB V dB V = dBV +120 dB V/m to dB A/m dB A/m = dB V/m – 51.5 dB V to dBV dBV = dB V - 120 dB A/m to dB V/m dB V/m = dB A + 51.5 LOG -> LINEAR CURRENT dB A/m to dBpT DBpT = dB A/m + 2 dB A to uA A = 10 (dB A / 20) dBpT to dB A/m dB A/m = dBpT – 2 A to dB A dB A = 20 log( A) W/m 2 to V/m V/m = SQRT(W/m 2 * 377) dBA to A A = 10 (dBA / 20) V/m to W/m 2 W/m 2 = (V/m) 2 / 377 A to dBA dBA = 20log(A) T to A/m A/m = T / 1.25 dBA to dB A dB A = dBA + 120
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## This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course ITT 650 taught by Professor Dewey during the Spring '11 term at UNC Asheville.

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