## dB to Ratio Calculator

This tool converts a Power Gain in dB to the ratio of: Formula PdB = 10*Log10(P1/P2) PdB = 20*Log10(V1/V2) and therefore the ratios P1/P2 = 10(PdB/10) V1/V2 = 10(PdB/20) Example …

## dBm to V/m Calculator

Use this calculator to convert Power in dBm to E-field strength in volt-per-meter (V/m). The signal at the output connector of a transmitter is expressed in Volt or dBm. The …

## dBuV/m at 3m to 10m

This tool calculates the electric field strength at 10 meters or any distance from its value at 3 meters.

## dBm to dBuV/m Calculator (with Examples)

Contents1 Introduction2 Calculator3 Example Application4 Example Calculations5 Related Calculators Introduction The calculator converts from radiated power (EIRP) at the output of the transmitter in dBm to the electric field strength* …

## dBuV/m to dBm Calculator (with Examples)

The calculator converts from electric field strength in dBμV/m (deciBel microvolt-per-meter) at 3 meters to power in dBm at the output of the transmitter. ???? dBm to dBuV/m Formula PdBm …

## V/m to dBuV/m

This tool converts Volt-per-Meter to dB-Microvolt-per-Meter. Enter the linear field strength value and units using the drop down menu: the tool will calculate the equivalent value in dBµV/m ???? dBuV/m …

## dBuV/m to V/m Calculator

This calculator converts from dB Microvolt-per-Meter to Volt-per-Meter. Enter the value of dBμV/m and the tool will provide the field strength with the following units: Use the drop down menu …

## FM Transmitter Range Calculator

An FM transmitter broadcasts a signal in the frequency range 88-108 MHz. The transmitting antenna emits the electromagnetic waves that carry the signal. The coverage of an FM transmitter and …

## dBuV to uV Calculator

This tool converts from dBµV (deciBel microvolt) to µV (microvolt) ???? uV to dBuV Formula µV = 10dBµV/20 Example Calculations 0 dBµV = 1 µV 10 dBµV = 3.162 µV …

## uV to dBuV Calculator

This tool helps convert from μV (microvolt) to dBµV (deciBel microvolt). ???? dBuV to uV Note that μV is a positive number that represents the root-mean-square (RMS) voltage and it …